Károly Makk

Highest Rated: 14% The Gambler (1997)
Lowest Rated: 14% The Gambler (1997)
Birthday: Not Available
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Hungarian filmmaker Károly Makk was an important figure in the development of Hungarian cinema after WWII. He made his directorial debut in 1954. Prior to that, he attended the Budapest Academy of Film Art and then was an assistant director on Geza von Radvanyi's Somewhere in Europe. While his films of the '60s were well respected in Hungary, Makk's work did not receive international recognition until 1971, when his Love won the Special Jury Prize at Cannes. Since then, he has gained an international reputation. His 1982 film Another Way was the first Eastern European film to deal directly with gay and lesbian concerns.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Így, ahogy vagytok (As You Are) Director 2010
No Score Yet A Long Weekend in Pest and Buda Director 2003
No Score Yet Egy het Pesten es Budan Director 2003
14% The Gambler Director 1997
No Score Yet Lily in Love Director 1985
No Score Yet Egymásra nézve (Another Way) Screenwriter Director 1983
No Score Yet Very Moral Night Director 1977
No Score Yet Love (Szerelem) Director 1973
No Score Yet Macskajáték (Cat's Play) Director Screenwriter 1972
No Score Yet Love Director 1970


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