Gabor Fabricius

Gabor Fabricius

Hungary

Biography

Gábor Fabricius is a film director, producer, writer and media designer. Fabricius is now developing as writer and director his first feature, ERASING FRANK, a story of a punk rebel behind the iron curtain, 1983, Budapest. His latest short, Dialogue has won FICC (Fédération Internationale des Ciné-Clubs) Special Mention, at Febiofest. The film was presented among others at the Zurich International Film Festival and at the CIneEast Film Festival. He writes and directs short movies since 2010. His topics mainly are socio-political, psychological. BIANKA (2012), story of a gipsy girl, whose father was killed was premiered at 43th Hungarian Film Festival, Skinner (2014) tells about the state of East European capitalism through an eviction, was premiered at TIFF- Toronto International Film Festival, and won Zoltan Huszárik Prize in Hungary. The film was competition over 30 film festivals globally. Among many: Febiofest Prague (Czech Rep.), Vukovar Film Festival (Croatia), Vilnius Film Festival (Lithuania), Regensburger Filmwoche (Germany), Raindance Film Festival (UK), Visegrad Film Festival (Ireland), Cork Film Festival (Ireland).

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