Noémi Varga is a London based filmmaker.
She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, where she specialised in Moving Image. Her work is mainly preoccupied with exploring the boundaries of conventional documentary filmmaking, applying the tools of cinematic storytelling to all her subjects.
Her first short, ‘The Happiest Barrack’ won three BAFTA qualifying awards and premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. She wrapped her latest film, 'And It Was The Same With My Son' about a British Muslim mother who has lost her child to radicalisation, funded by Film London/London Calling scheme. The short premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019, where it was acquired by the Atlantic.
She is also in working on her first feature length documentary which was awarded development funding from Creative Europe ‘Single Projects’. The film is the never before told story of the rise and fall of the 'Jean Paul Gaultier of the Eastern Bloc', Király Tamás. Noémi was a FLAMIN New Approaches mentee with the project in 2017 and participiated in the ‘New Talent’ strand of PFM at the BFI London Film Festival.
Most recently she was invited to Berlinale Talents 2021 as part of Short Form Station.
She is developing several projects while also open to collaborating with other artists and brands as a director and editor.
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