Goda Krisztina | director

Graduated in film directing at the National Film and Television School in England, and later, as an HBO’s scholarship holder, she studied screenwriting at UCLA in the U.S. In England, the United States, and Hungary she directed several award-winning commercials, worked on sit-coms and serials. Playtime (Játékidő, 1985) and Car Story (Autós történet, 1986) were her directorial debuts in 1995, followed by the television film Croatian Syndrome (Horvát szindróma) in 2000. Just Sex And Nothing Else (Csak szex és más semmi) (2005) was her first main feature film as director, and she also co-wrote it with Réka Divinyi. The film became the most popular Hungarian comedy of 2006, more than 430 000 people have watched it since its premier.
Krisztina also tried her hand in theatrical directing, putting David Auburn's Proof on the stage at Merlin International Theater Budapest. In 2006 she and Réka Divinyi jointly received the Best Original Script Award at the 37th Hungarian Film Week.