Advanced Cinematography and Editing
Editing Instructor and Adviser
László Hargittai is known as the editor of more than 50 films of the Hungarian film industry.
He edited the “Our Cells” (2002) a documentary by Tamás Almási, and he has worked with Csaba Szekeres, Réka Pigniczky and András Salamon. In 2017 he won the Best Editing at the Top Indie Film Awards with the “Letters”, a short film by Teréz Koncz. For more than twenty years, he has been working together with Tamás Almási, he was the editor of “Mario, the Magician” and many other documentaries of him. He has been working together with Attila Szász, the director of “Now you see me, now you don’t” (2005), “The Ambassador of Bern” (2014) and the “Demimonde” (2015), which was nominated for the best editing prize at the Hungarian Film Award in 2016. He was also the editor of Attila Szász’s „Eternal Winter” (2018), which won – among other awards - the Prix Europe Prize in 2018. Their latest project, „Tall Tales” has been finished in January 2019.
He teaches at the Budapest Metropolitan University and other higher education institutes. Since 2010 he has been the Technical Director of Origo Digital Film and has worked in many international productions such as “Die Hard 5”, “Birdsong” or “Blade Runner 2049”.
He is a member of Hungarian Film Academy and Vice President of Hungarian Society of Editors.