Teréz Koncz is a London based Hungarian film director. She graduated from the Film and Television Director faculty (Ildiko Enyedi’s class) with a Diploma with Master Degree from the University of Theatre and Film, Arts Hungary, in 2011.
From 2012 she worked as a VFX Production asset in Hollywood blockbusters such as Fast and Furious 6, Godzilla and Guardians of the Galaxy for three years at Double Negative and MPC, London.
She’s directed four student short films, including the Sirius Film Festival Best Shorts winner ‘Women’ and her degree project ‘Mary-Ann’s Engagement’ which landed in official selections of Trenton Film Festival, 2014 International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts (Shorts and Micro Cinema) Los Angeles, 2014.
Her first short ‘The Letters’ was funded by the National Media and Info-communications Authority, Hungary.
Pushing borders by digging deeper is an aim that motivates for a lifetime.