Viktória Petrányi is an all-round character amongst Hungarian filmmakers. She graduated as a producer at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest and has been working with director Kornél Mundruczó on film and theatre productions since as a producer and scriptwriter. The duo established their film production company Proton Cinema in 2004 which produced such international successes as the Cannes entries Delta, White God and Jupiter’s Moon – all directed by Mundruczo. Proton is also produces cutting edge first fictions as Land of Storms by Adam Csaszi, For Some Inexplicable Reasons by Gábor Reisz or Guerilla by György Mór Kárpáti.
Besides Hungarian-language films Viktoria has co-produced several international productions e.g. The Song of Names by Francois Girard, 1989 directed by Anders Ostergaard, BOY7 by Lourens Blok or The Last King by Nils Gaup, and has line produced several production services or high class international projects.
Viktória considers the mission of Proton Cinema to reflect on societal topics from multiple perspectives and believes that asking questions and awakening thoughts through productions is more important than giving concrete answers.
She is an EAVE graduate, Producers on the Move alum and board member of ACE.