Istvan Szabo Biography (1938-)

Born February 18, 1938, in Budapest, Hungary; son of Istvan (a doctor) and Maria (Vita) Szabo; married Vera Gyurey. Addresses: OFFICE--Objektiv Film Studio--MAFILM, 1149 Budapest, Lumumba utca 174, Hungary.

Nationality
Hungarian
Gender
Male
Birth Details
February 18, 1938
Budapest, Hungary

Famous Works

  • Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
  • Abris Kondor, Magyarok (also known as The Hungarians), Hungarofilm, 1978.
  • Andras, Fabian Balint Talalkozasa Istennel (also known as Balint Fabian Meets God), Hungarofilm, 1980.
  • Dr. Kalman, Tusztortenet (also known as Stand Off), Hungarofilm, 1989.
  • Credits; FILM WORK; DIRECTOR
  • FIRST FILM WORK--Director, Koncert (also known as Concert; short film), 1961.
  • Variaciok egy temara (also known as Variations on a Theme; short film), Bela Balazs Studio, 1961.
  • Te (also known as You ...; short film), Bela Balazs Studio, 1963.
  • Almodozasok kora (also known as Age of Illusions and The Age of Daydreaming), 1964, released in the United States by Brandon, 1967.
  • Apa (also known as Father), Continental Distributing, 1967.
  • Szerelmesfilm (also known as A Film of Love, Love Film, and Love Story Film), Hungarofilm, 1970.
  • Tuzolto utca 25 (also known as 25 Fireman's Street and Vie dei Pompieri 25), Hungarofilm, 1974.
  • Bizalom (also known as Confidence), Hungarofilm, 1979, released in the United States by Cinegate, 1980.
  • Mephisto, Cinegate/Analysis, 1981.
  • Redl Ezredes (also known as Colonel Redl and Oberst Redl), Orion Classics, 1985.
  • Hanussen (also known as Hanussen, Der Hellseher; Hanussen, the Prophet; Hanussen, the Clairvoyant; and The Prophet), Hungarofilm/Columbia, 1988.
  • Also Kegyelet (also known as Piety; short documentary film), 1967; Budapest, amiert szeretem (also known as Budapest, Why I Love It; short film), 1971; Alom a hazrol (also known as Dream About the House; short film), 1971; Duna--halak--Madarak (also known as The Danube--Fishes--Birds; short film), 1971;Egy tukor (also known asA Mirror; short film), 1971; Leanyportre (also knownas A Portrait of a Girl; short film), 1971; Ter (also known as A Square; short film), 1971; Hajnal (also known as Dawn; short film), 1971; Alkony (also known as Twilight; short film), 1971; Budapesti mesek (also known as BudapestTales), 1976; Varosterkep (also known as City Map; short documentary film), 1977; Der Grune Vogel (also known as The Green Bird), 1979.
  • Credits; TELEVISION WORK
  • Director, Osbemutato (also known as Premiere), 1974.
  • director, Katzenspiel (also known as Cat Play), 1982.
  • director, Bali, 1983.
  • Writings;SEE PRODUCTION DETAILS ABOVE FILM
  • Koncert, 1961.
  • Variaciok egy temara, 1961.
  • Te, 1963.
  • Almodozasok kora, 1964.
  • Apa, 1966.
  • Kegyelet, 1967.
  • Szerelmesfilm, 1970.
  • Budapest, amiert szeretem, 1971.
  • Alom a hazrol, 1971.
  • Duna--halak--madarak, 1971.
  • Egy tukor, 1971.
  • Leanyportre, 1971.
  • Ter, 1971.
  • Hajnal, 1971.
  • Alkony, 1971.
  • Tuzolto utca 25, 1974.
  • Budapesti mesek, 1976.
  • Varosterkep, 1977.
  • Bizalom, 1979.
  • Der Grune Vogel, 1979.
  • (with Peter Dobai) Mephisto, 1981.
  • (with Dobai) Redl Ezredes, 1985.
  • (with Dobai, Paul Hengge, and Gottfried Reinhard) Hanussen, 1988.
  • Writings;TELEVISION
  • Osbemutato, 1974.

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