After graduating from the dramaturg department of the University of the Film and Drama Arts in Budapest, Eszter Száraz worked in many film and TV related genres, from investigative and socio reports to TV shows and portrait programs, through educational and cultural film series - as an editor-in-chief, director, screenwriter.
She made experimental short films and she wrote screenplays for youth series, dialogues for the most popular Hungarian series, translated Italian films and opera librettos as a dramaturg. Eszter had also worked as the Italian translator-dramaturg on Golden Legends (2023), a feature documentary film about the legendary three-time Olympic champion Hungarian water polo team.
Eszter’s TV documentary, The Wonderful Life of Aunt Emmi (2019) was shown at several festivals, and it won the jury's main prize at a prestigious Hungarian film festival.
Her current feature documentary is about the world-class cellist István Várdai, and she has also been working on a life-tracking film for 6 years, which also revolves around a big name in the world of music, an internationally known young conductor.