Péter Benjámin Lukács

sound designer

Following Film Studies and English Studies at ELTE, Budapest he participated in HAESF’s Professional Internship Program, interning at a sound studio in New York City for one year. Since returning in 2008, he is working on the location sound and sound post production of fictional short films, documentaries, animation shorts, and art projects.

Areas of Teaching

BA: Creative Sound

Selected works

Kodaly Method – 2011, live musical short series, dir: Bálint Szimler, location sound and post-production
jp.co.de – feature film part of Krétakör's Crisis trilogy, dir: Péter Fancsikai, location sound, sound design and post-production
Kazetta – 2011, experimental short film, dir: Péter Lichter, sound design

Forest – 2010, short fictional film (in competition at Berlinale 2011), dir: György Mór Kárpáti, sound post-production

Between Two Worlds – 2010, feature documentary for HBO, dir: Viktor Oszkár Nagy, production sound

Judith Keith – 2009, short film (in competition at Hungarian Film Week2011), dir: Gábor Reisz, sound design

Negative Hungarian Film History, feature documentary (opening film of Hungarian Film Week 2011), dir: Gyula Nemes, location sound

Building No. 6, feature documentary (in competition at Film Week 2011), dir: Péter Akar, sound design

sound installation design for Krétakör’s project in Pécs, the Krétakör Majális

Yad Hanna – 2010, radio drama for an exhibition in Ernst Museum, Budapest

Target Panic – 2009, sound design for video art work of Zsolt Keserue in Műcsarnok – Modern Art Hall, Budapest