Krisztian Egry is a 28-years-old Hungarian director and director of photography with a passion for storytelling through film. He has learned everything he knows about film through hands-on experience, including working as an assistant for one of the best photographers in Hungary. Krisztian's first project, "Memoirs of Métiers," is a documentary series about dying craftsmanhips. The pilot part of the series has been selected for more than 30 international film festival programs and has won 8 gold medals. Krisztian is thrilled to have his work recognized, but remains humble and keeps focusing on developing the other parts of his own project.
Though Krisztian never attended university, he speaks good English and has traveled extensively, with a particular interest in Asia. He finds inspiration in the region's unique cultures and landscapes, and has a deep respect for Buddhism and its teachings.
Although as a filmmaker, he prefers to choose dramatic subjects Krisztian considers himself an old child rather than an adult, maintaining a sense of wonder and curiosity that fuels his creativity and keeps him engaged with the world around him. He is a dedicated sportsman, boxing, running, and hiking in his free time. His love of learning through experience makes him a unique and inspiring figure in the film industry, and he looks forward to continuing his journey as a filmmaker.