Cristina Groșan is a Hungarian-Romanian filmmaker and visual artist. Since graduating from university in 2012, she has directed 6 short films, which toured the worldwide short film circuit, screening at several festivals. Her award-winning short Holiday at the Seaside exploring a mother-daughter relationship screened at more than 40 festivals, was distributed in several territories, and recently premiered online to more than 1 million views. Cristina's debut feature Things Worth Weeping For premiered in summer 2021 at the Sarajevo Film Festival, and was released in 27 cinemas across Hungary. Her second feature, Ordinary Failures, a Czech-Hungarian-Italian-Slovak co-production is now in postproduction and is set to premiere in 2022.
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