Sándor Söth
Sándor, Member of the German Film Academy and Member of the European Film Academy, entered the film industry by chance in 1981, having been cast to play the leading role in the Hungarian feature film “Time stands still” (Dir: P. Gothar, Script: G. Bereményi, D.o.P.: Lajos Koltai). The film achieved cult status in Hungary and won the 1982 “Youth Award” at the Cannes Film Festival, “Best Foreign Language Film” at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, and “Best Director Award” at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 1985.
From 1984 to 1986 he studied German Philology and Literature at the ELTE University, Budapest & Jena University, and also directed several feature films and documentaries. He was the founder and controlling shareholder of Trans-Film GmbH (1989 – 1995) and was attached to a number of feature films as the co-producer/line producer. Sandor attended the German Film & TV Academy (DFFB) in Berlin and worked between 1996-2004 as an independent producer for various European coproductions, and in 2004 he formed his current film & television production company, Intuit Pictures Filmproduction GmbH.