Ágnes Hranitzky

Ágnes Hranitzky is a Hungarian film editor and director best known for her long-standing collaborations with her spouse Béla Tarr.

Film careerEdit

Hranitzky began working in the 1970s as a film editor on Hungarian films. She began collaborating with director Béla Tarr in 1981, editing his film The Outsider. She has edited all of Tarr's films since then.

In 2000, with the film Werckmeister Harmonies Hranitzky began to be credited as a co-director on Tarr's films. The credit developed as Tarr is known for his long takes, the length of which forced Hranitzky to be on set during production in order to assist Tarr with knowing how things would develop in the editing room and which takes would match others.[1]

She co-directed The Man from London in 2007, again with Tarr as lead director. The film premiered In Competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[2]

In 2011 she again co-directed The Turin Horse, which premiered in 2011 at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, where it received the Jury Grand Prix.

Personal lifeEdit

Hranitzky is married to director Béla Tarr and has been with him since they met in 1978.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schlosser, Eric. "Interview with Béla Tarr: About Werckmeister Harmonies (Cannes 2000, Director's Fortnight)". Retrieved 23 August 2016.
  2. ^ Mitchell, Wendy. "Fortissimo on board for Bela Tarr's Cannes title The Man From London". Retrieved 23 August 2016.