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An utterly captivating, multiple award-winning, authentic documentary about misfit girls from a “second chance high school” in Budapest. 

Szani, Tina, and Emese – or as they call themselves, the Divas – are three twenty-year-old girls who can talk for hours about makeup, clothes or profile pictures. Mate, a young director, enters the scene, following them with his camera until their long-awaited graduation, hoping to find out what lies behind their perfect makeup. As he gets to know these complex, troubled, vibrant individuals, he discovers the loyalty that bonds them together, and bravery that carries them through life’s trials. Over time, they learn from each other, all taking steps towards adulthood. A millennial generation caught on camera.


Saturday, 25 November – 12:00

DIVAK | 2021 | 80 min | Hungary

PRODUCTIONBorbala Csukas – Makabor Studio; HBO Europe
CASTMagdali Alexandra, Stumpf Emese, Tordai Tunde
SCREENPLAYEszter Angyalosy, Pal Gaspar Gelleri, Mate Korosi, Alexandra Lang
EDITINGAlexandra Lang
MUSICMark Bartha


Biografilm Festival, Bologna 2022 – Hera “Nuovi Talenti” Best First Film Award, Young Critics Award | Bujtor Istvan Film Festival, Hungary 2022 – Best Documentary | ZagrebDox, 2022 | Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, 2021 – Audience Award | Sarajevo Film Festival, 2021 – World Premiere


Máté Kőrösi was born in Budapest in 1992. After graduating from the Film Studies department at Eotvos Loránd University, he studied documentary film directing at the Academy of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest. He shot several short fiction films during his studies at ELTE, among them Szuper (2015), which was screened at various short film festivals in Hungary. Divas is his first feature length documentary.