He has been writing for the film magazine Filmvilág since 1998, and has been its editor and columnist since 2010. He has been teaching film analysis and genre theory at Eötvös Loránd University, at the University of Theatre and Film Arts, and at the film schools of WERK Academy and Budapest Film Academy since 2000. He has widely published in film magazines and contributed to many books on movies. His own book Kult-comics, with a selection of essays on animation, came out in 2007.
She is a journalist, editor and podcast presenter at Filmhu. She has an MA in Film theory - Film history at Eötvös Loránd University, and after graduation, she worked for years at Dazoo, which is also responsible for the Friss Hús Short Film Festival. She regularly takes part both in national and international film festivals, and co-organizes film events and screenings in Budapest. Her latest project is Kontra, an alternative distribution company.
He is a writer, film critic, scriptwriter, script editor, showrunner, concept developer, as well as teacher at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and at the University of Szeged. He has also written books for children, crime fiction and thrillers. His novel The Flight to Beirut was translated into several languages. His short stories are regularly published in literary magazines, and he is also the writer of a number of animation films and series.