When a National Geographic photographer, Jeff Kovacs is assigned to photograph refugees in Budapest, he discovers that life in post-communist Hungary has nothing to do with Stalin. And when young art professor, Petra Farkas, takes Jeff to her countryside home, they find they have one thing in common: they both adore the idea of living off the grid.

  • Dr. Philip Lewis
    100 Miles to Lordsburg, Painting My Miracle, Women are the Change
  • Dr. Philip Lewis
  • Ansley Buben
  • Weston Manders
    Key Cast
    "Jeff Kovacs"
  • Nora Botos
    Key Cast
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    37 minutes 57 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 1, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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  • Rome International Film Festival
    Rome, GA
    United States
    Atlanta, GA
    Official Selection
  • Middle Georgia Film Festival
    Milledgeville, GA
    United States
    May 12, 2018
    Georgia Premiere
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Dr. Philip Lewis

Dr. Philip Lewis is Professor in the School of Film, Media, & Theatre at Georgia State University, as well as a film director and writer. He is the Associate Director of the Georgia Media Arts Consortium which produces media for non-profit organizations. He has produced and directed dozens of films and television programs on four continents and is an award winning documentary film director (winning an ACE in 1990, and the Local Legacy Award by the Library of Congress in 1999). Over his 34-year career in the industry, he has worked for CBS, NBC, MTV, Sony Pictures, TNT Productions and other major media companies throughout Europe, America and Australia.

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