Anna Gyimesi was born in 1985, in Budapest. After receiving her degree in medicine in 2011, she turned to filmmaking. She graduated from the film directing program of the University of Theater and Film Arts, Budapest in 2019 and from documentary film directing in the Docnomads Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Course in 2021. Her interests are taboo social dilemmas represented through personal dramas, especially connected to motherhood, womanhood, and social marginalization. Her latest short Affricate -which premiered in the short film competition of Sarajevo Film Festival and screened among many others at PÖFF Shorts 2022, Seattle International Film Festival and OFF-Odense International Film Festival- focuses on a single mother raising her disabled teenage daughter facing her own deeply buried needs. Recently she is focusing on the development of her debut, Soft Hours, under the frames of Midpoint Feature Launch 2023. Falling is her graduation film at DocNomads Joint Master Programme.