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Moviebar Films





Owner, Executive Producer

+36 709405177

Company Profile


Established in 2004, Moviebar Films is a distinguished film production company with a presence both in Budapest and Los Angeles. Among their recent achievements is the production of the third season of the TV series VIENNA BLOOD for BBC, showcasing their expertise as a service production company.

Moviebar's portfolio features an array of captivating productions, including THE RECKONING directed by Neil Marshall, ELD & LÅGOR (SWOON) by Mans Marlind and Björn Stein, and THE FIELD GUIDE TO EVIL, directed by Peter Strickland.

Dedicated to originality, Moviebar has a division for creating unique content, exemplified by their highly acclaimed BP Underground documentary series and currently in their slate there are several projects in development by some of Hungary's top directors.

Moviebar's skillful production of international, high-profile ad campaigns has garnered them numerous awards throughout the years.

Company Highlights


Format:            TV show

Genre:              Drama, Crime

Screenplay:     Attila Veres

The Austrian Rechnitz (in Hungarian: Rohonc) is a peaceful village near the Hungarian border. Many people come here on the weekends to enjoy the beauty of the nearby lake and forest. The town has a dark secret though: during one night, 200 Hungarian Jews were killed here 76 years ago on the final days of WWII. The massacre which tore apart the sleepy village, gave birth to a murderous conspiracy of silence, and sparked a seven-decade hunt for a mass grave all began, innocently enough, with a dinner party. The Baroness MARGIT THYSSEN-BATTHYANY, heiress to the massive Thyssen-Krupp steel fortune, wanted to bring some good cheer to her friends and neighbors. In March of 1945, with the world around her in flames, that was easier said than done. But no bother; as the distant Russian artillery boomed, the Baroness’s srevants laid out her castle’s finest silver for her elite Nazi guests. But just as her famous Riesling began to lure her guests onto the dancefloor, a call came for the local Nazi chairman and possibly her lover. Minutes later he rounded up a dozen of his fellow Nazis and locals. As they don their coats, then walk outside into a frozen, moonlit field, the Baroness peeks out a window. She watches as they cock their pistols, their breath fogging the cold air as they vanish into the nearby woods. Moments later gunshots echo through the night. Three hours later the Nazis return, their dirty uniforms stained with blood. The Baroness has her string quartet launch into a soothing Strauss waltz, and they dance in their bloody uniforms before the gates of hell. The story of the Rechnitz’s massacre might seem like a crime story of the past, but as one digs down more and more the mysteries continue until this day. Can our generation – the grandchildren of the victims the bystanders and the murderers – live in peace with our past and troubling heritage?



Format:            TV show

Genre:              Drama, Fantasy, Thriller

Screenplay:     Attila Veres


In Brussels a group of politicians’ and diplomats’ wives form a witch coven, first to help their husbands; then to reach their own personal goals, resulting in mayhem, tragedy and bloodshed - just another day in politics. Behind every successful man stands a strong woman - but what if that woman was more powerful than anyone could ever imagine? Five women find true power; a power that is singularly their own. It does not come from their social status, it does not come from money. It is pure witchcraft; magic. They mean to use it only for good; but power has a way to corrupt even the best of intentions.         



Format:            Feature Film

Genre:              Drama, Horror

Director:          Neil Marshall

Screenplay:      Neil Marshall,  Charlotte Kirk, Edward Evers-Swindell

Cast:                 Charlotte Kirk, Sean Pertwee, Steven Waddington, Joe Anderson, Suzanne Magowan, Ian Whyte, Callum Goulden, Sarah Lambie, Leon Ockenden, Emma Campbell-Jones

Grace, a young widow haunted by the recent suicide of her husband Joseph, is falsely accused of being a witch by her Landlord after she rejects his advances.

Press Articles

‘The Reckoning’: Review: Neil Marshall Returns to Traditional Horror With Routine Tale of Witch-Hunting

Berlin Independent Film Festival, DE Best Horror Feature Best Actor Charlotte Kirk Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival Best in Category HORROR FEATURE Lonely Wolf: London International Film Festival Best Horror Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects Los Angeles Film Awards Best Picture Best Narrative Feature Film Best Director (Feature) Best Actor Sean Pertwee Best Actress Charlotte Kirk Best Cinematography Best Editing Best Original Story New York International Film Awards Best Director Feature Best Editing Best Actress Charlotte Kirk Best Feature Film Toronto Film Channel Best Feature Vegas Movie Awards Best Narrative Feature Best Director Best Actress Charlotte Kirk Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards Best Picture Best Original Music Score Best Cinematography Best Editing Best Director Best Actress Charlotte Kirk Best Actor Sean Pertwee New York City Horror Film Festival Best Feature Best Cinematography


Format:            Feature Film

Genre:              Drama, Romance

Director:          Måns Mårlind, Björn Stein

Screenplay:     Måns Mårlind, Lily Oakes

Cast:                 Frida Gustavsson, Albin Grenholm, Robert Gustafsson, Helena Af Sandeberg, Lennart Jähkel, Inga Avemo Hådell, Fredrik Hiller, Pernilla August, Edvin Endre

The plot consists of different course of events, feelings,  and colorful pictures in a staggering tale of war, rivalry, betrayal, and forbidden love. A story that lies in events recounted by descendants of Ninni and John's reality.

Press Articles

TrustNordisk Closes Deals on ‘Swoon’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Guldbagge Awards Best Costume Design (Bästa Kostym) Best Music (Bästa musik) Movie Music UK Awards Best Original Score for a Comedy Film


Format:            Anthology Film

Genre:              Horror

Director:          Peter Strickland

Screenplay:      Peter Strickland

Cast:                 Károly Hajduk, Péter Jankovics, Fatma Mohamed, László Konter, Anna Balogh, Marina Gera, Vivien Koltai, Justin Turner

A feature-length anthology film. They are known as myths, lore, and folktales. Created to give logic to mankind's darkest fears, these stories laid the foundation for what we now know as the horror genre.

Press Articles

First Trailer for Indie Horror Anthology Film 'The Field Guide To Evil'

SXSW Film Festival Nominee SXSW Gamechanger Award

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