About Joshua Jádi

JOSHUA JÁDI is a German-Hungarian film director who works in the fields of fiction and documentary films as well as commercials.

He studied psychology & psychoanalysis before turning to filmmaking.

Since 2016 he studies Directing & Screenwriting at the Film Academy Vienna. His professors include Jessica Hausner, Michael Haneke and Götz Spielmann.

In 2017 he was awarded the Annie Dodds Award from the Imperial War Museum in London.

His short film THE OPPOSITE OF ETERNITY and his first semester documentary SUNDAY 11 A.M. have been screened and awarded internationally at festivals.

In 2019 Joshua Jádi was invited to the Locarno Academy Summer School.

He also collaborates intensively with a group of young Georgian filmmakers who won the Golden Padrino at Locarno in 2015 with Davit Pirtskhalava’s short film MAMA.

Since 2020, he has been working as a programmer & moderator for the FilmFestival Cottbus as well.