Cadillac Drive

road-movie, 12 episodes (2006)

Starring: Sándor Fábry, András Wahorn

Two good old friends decide to take home the old Caddy Convertible belonging to one of them from L.A. to Budapest through Alaska and Siberia. The two friends are: Sándor Fábry, Hungary’s nr. 1 showman, and András Wahorn Hungary’s nr. 1 painter, the foreman and lyricist of the legendary Committee (Bizottság) band, forward vanguard fighter, performer, filmmaker.


Idea: Sándor Fábry, Gergely Litkai, András Wahorn
Director: Tibor Kocsis (USA, Canada), Tamás Tóth (Russia, Ukraine)
Cameraman: Gábor Ágoston, Péter Ákos (USA, Canada), Péter Vajda, György Réder (Russia), Balázs Radics, Bence Kolba (Ukraine)
Post-production production manager: Zsolt Valkony
Production manager: Andrea Duca
Line-producer: Erika Tarr
Associate Producer: Zsolt Meskó
Producer: Pál Sándor
Co-Producer: RTL-Klub
Length: 12x 50 min


 

THE 6 (Six Actors & Six Authors)

The one-hour television cabaret series has been broadcast by MTV (Hungarian Public Television) four times on Saturdays so far. The inspiration for the show’s title comes from Pirandello’s drama, “Six Characters in Search of an Author” as it is a production by 6 actors and 6 authors.

   

Stage Fright

The Motto of the Show: „Actors onto the TV screen! or You can never know, who is going to turn out to be the new Zoltán Latinovits or Éva Ruttkai” (Pál Sándor)

Presenting the life and activity of different grades of selected versatile talents at the Theater and Film Academy, the entertaining series runs Monday nights on MTV. In the fifty-minute-parts of the series looking back to a tradition of close to ten years, young “titans” and their teachers present their character’s and talent’s fascinating individual colors.

   

2003 New Year’s Eve

“What a Fuss”

Reflecting the new image of the Hungarian Public Television MTV, the New Year’s Eve show has been entirely different from the ones so far. Among the shows broadcast live from 25 countries, and made by renowned directors of the world, Pál Sándor was the one to represent Hungary’s contribution.