Eternal Winter

  • Feature
  • 2018
  • 110 Minutes
  • Hungary
  • Language: Hungarian and Russian

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.

Director: Attila Szász

Screenwriter: Attila Szász, Norbert Köbli

Production Company: Szupermodern Stúdió

Premier Status: Asian Premiere



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

Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Attila Szász, Norbert Köbli

DOP / Camera: András Nagy

Editor: László Hargittai

Music: Gergely Parádi

Sound: Csaba Major

Production Designer: Viktória Horváth, Zsolt Nánássy

Producer: Ábel Köves, Tamás Lajos

Cast: Marina Gera, Sándor Csányi, Laura Döbrösi, Diána Magdolna Kiss, Franciska Farkas, Niké Kurta


Attila Szász

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).

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