Bence Fliegauf is a Hungarian writer and director who is proud of the fact that he never attended any film schools.

As an assistant director for television he continued on the path towards directing, screenwriting, set design and sound engineering. His first feature, Forest, was a nearly no-budget film and was selected to the Berlinale – its international success opened the way for him to bigger productions until his recent movie Just the Wind won the Jury Grand Prix at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012. The film has been selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards and is one of the films nominated for the prestigious LUX Prize, awarded by the European Parliament.

On the occasion of this nomination, Daazo.com proudly presents the director’s early works: Hypnos (2001), The Line (2004) and Trance (2005).

Hypnos

 The Line

Trance