Best Short Documentary
Producer Ágnes Horváth-Szabó studied law, cultural management and film sciences. She made her debut producing Forest (2014), a short film by György Mór Kárpáti, which premiered at the Berlinale. She is one of the producers of Hungary’s first collaborative doc, Happy New Year, Hungary (2014), associate producer of Bence Fliegauf’s Lily Lane (2016) and Bálint Révész’s Granny Project (2017). Her full-length documentary debut is Nine Month War (2018) by Lászlo Csuja, premiered at the Sarajevo FF in 2018, awarded world-wide. Motherlands (2020) by Gabriel Babsi had its world premiere at the Jihlava IDFF First Lights section. She is the co-founder of ELF Pictures (2016), a Budapest based production and distribution company, and the co-founder of the Hungarian Documentary Association (2020). Supporters of her films include the Doha Film Institute, HBO Europe, Creative Europe, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, ARTE, private investors and the National Film Institute of Hungary. Her projects have been presented at Berlinale, Cannes, Les Arcs, Lisbon Docs and more. Ágnes is a EURODOC and CIRCLE alumna and one of the Emerging Producers from 2017.