ONE DAY (EGY NAP)
Anna is a married mother of three with a job, a best friend and a pushy mother-in-law. Dropping us into the world of modern harried parents, ONE DAY begins early in the morning. The youngest wakes up at the crack of dawn and so another day begins: Get the kids up, dressed, fed, out the door, put the baby down for day care, run to work. Trying to balance your sanity in the face of unending errands and chores is never easy, but during this day, it's apparent that an even larger psychic trauma looms large. An infidelity has occurred and with the unrelenting pace of the children and the house, there's hardly time for Anna to repair or examine her marriage. In what will feel instantly familiar to any parent, ONE DAY is a brilliantly realized depiction of the struggles of modern life. – Lane Kneedler
Author and director Zsófia Szilágyi graduated as a Hungarian grammar and literature teacher at the University of Pécs in 2002. She continued her education as a film and TV director at the Academy of Film and Drama of Budapest. During her studies, she participated in a scholarship at the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme and studied production at Mediopolis Film- und Fernsehproduktion GmbH, Berlin in 2006. In 2011, she won a Scholarship to the Goethe Institute in Hamburg.