Janos Kovacsi teaches Directing in UNCSA's School of Filmmaking and Humanities in the Division of Liberal Arts. His theatrical features as director, writer and co-writer include: "Cha-cha-cha" and "The Right Man for a Delicate Mission." He has co-written projects like "La historia casi verdadera de Pepita la Pistolera" and award-winning theatrical motion picture screenplays such as "En la puta vida" (or "In This Tricky Life") and "Masangeles." He served as deputy managing director of MAFILM, National Film Production Company of his native country, Hungary.
Prior to his position at UNCSA, he served for 12 years as first assistant professor at his alma mater, the University of Drama and Film Art. He has also served as Film Directing Department Chair and Director of Filmmaking Summer Intensives at UNCSA. He has instructed film directing and directing the actor for film and television both in the regular academic year and summer programs, and screenwriting in the summer.
MFAUniversity of Drama and Film Art, Budapest, Hungary
BAEötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary