The true story of an unlikely romance in a Soviet labor camp. “Eternal Winter” is the very first feature film about the 700,000 Hungarian victims of the Soviet labor camps whose stories remained untold for over 70 years.
Marina Gera, Sándor Csányi, Laura Döbrösi, Diána Magdolna Kiss, Franciska Farkas, Niké Kurta
Festivals / Awards
2019: Sedona International Film Festival, Best Feature Film - Drama, Winner, USA
2018: Zoom Festival, Best Director, Winner, Spain
2018: St. Louis International Film Festival, Best Narrative Feature, Winner, USA
2018: Montréal World Film Festival, Best Director (Winner), Best Film - World Competition (Nominated), Canada
2018: Heartland International Film Festival, Narrative Feature, Winner, USA
DOP / Camera
Attila Szász (born: 1972 in Szolnok, Hungary) is graduated at the Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest in 1996. He is known for the 30-minute short “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t” (2005) and three feature-length movies “The Ambassador to Bern” (2014) (TV movie), “Demimonde” (2015) (TV movie) and “Eternal Winter” (2018).