Attila Till (b. 1971, Budapest) graduated from the Intermedia Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. His first feature film Panic (Pánik) premiered in 2008 at the Hungarian Film Week, where it won Best Actress and subsequently screened at a number of international festivals. He shot his first short, Beast (Csicska), in 2011, a chilling drama about modern-day slavery. The film was premiered during Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight and then toured more than 100 festivals (incl. the Prague Short Film Festival), also ending up with a Best Short Film nomination from the European Film Academy. He also works in television and is one of Hungary’s most respected TV personalities. Kills on Wheels (2016) is his second feature film.
Source: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2016