György Pálfi was born on April 11, 1974 in Budapest, Hungary. He is a director and writer, known for Taxidermia (2006), Hic (2002) and Szabadesés (2014). Pálfi's films have received numerous awards and nominations. At the 2002 European Film Awards, he won the European Discovery/Fassbinder Award for his début film Hukkle. At Les Arcs Films Festival in 2014, Pálfi won the first annual ARTE International Prize for the best project in development, The Voice, about a son searching for his father, a scientist who went missing 30 years ago.
Source: Brussels Film Festival 2015