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Forgács Erzsébet Vezető maszkmester Iskolai végzettségek: 1975-76: Olasz nyelv és irodalom tanulás Olasz Kultúrintézetben Budapest, oklevél 1978: Középfokú külkereskedelmi áruforgalmi szakvizsga, Külkereskedelmi Minisztérium oktatási osztály 1980: Kozmetikus szakmunkás vizsga Dallos Ida szakmunkásképző Intézet 1985-86: Felsőfokú tanfolyam filmgyártási szak szcenikai tagozat, Művelődésügyi Minisztérium Főigazgatósága 1987: Felsőfokú francia nyelvvizsga, Állami Nyelvvizsga Bizottság, Idegennyelvi Továbbképző Központ Nyelvismeret: Francia - felsőfokú nyelvvizsga Olasz - felsőfok Angol - középfok Német - alapfok Pozíció: 1972-78: Külkereskedelmi bonyolító Chemolimpex Külkereskedelmi Vállalat 1981-86: Smink asszisztens 1986 óta: Vezető maszkmester Kiállítás szervezés: 2007: OSZMI Gajdó Tamással közösen, címe: III.Richard - a falon, Székesfehérvár, Vörösmarty Színház Tanár: 2007-08: H.S.C. (Magyar Operatőrök Társasága) filmgyártási szakalkalmazott tanfolyamán - SMINK tanfolyamon (OKJ 52 1842 02)

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• 1978: Középfokú külkereskedelmi áruforgalmi szakvizsga, Külkereskedelmi Minisztérium oktatási osztály
• 1980: Kozmetikus szakmunkás vizsga Dallos Ida szakmunkásképz Intézet
• 1985-86: Felsfokú tanfolyam filmgyártási szak szcenikai tagozat, Mveldésügyi Minisztérium Figazgatósága
• 1987: Felsfokú francia nyelvvizsga, Állami Nyelvvizsga Bizottság, Idegennyelvi Továbbképz Központ
Nyelvismeret:
• 1981-86: Smink asszisztens
• 2007: OSZMI Gajdó Tamással közösen, címe: III.Richard - a falon, Székesfehérvár, Vörösmarty Színház
Tanár:
• 2010-11: Óraadó tanár, Magyar Képzmvészeti Egyetem Alkalmazott Látványtervez BA szakon, smink-maszk kurzus
Díjak:
• 1980: "Dallos Ida" kitüntetés (Kozmetikus Iskola)
• 2007: "Árvai Jolán Díj" oklevél a magyar filmért végzett kiemelked munkáért, a Magyar Filmrendezk és Operatrök jelölése alapján
Jelölések:
• 2001: Paramount Classics jellése a "Hollywood Make-Up Artist and Hair Stylist Award" -ra legjobb korabeli maszk (mozifilm) kategóriában a "Napfény íze" cím filmért
• 2010: DAVID DI DONATELLO DÍJ (Olasz Film Akadémia dija - Az Oscar díj olasz megfelelje) az öt jelölt között, legjobb maszk kategóriában (Luigi Rochetti- vel) az "Emlékszem Anna Frankra" cím filmért
Tagságok:
• 2010: Olasz Film Akadémia David Di Donatello Díj zsri tagja
• 2010: Olasz Film Akadémia tagja
Reklámfilmek:
Filmlista:
2009 Won Gold Hugo Best Short Film
Sarajevo Film Festival
2009 Won Grand Prize
Good (2007) London Critics Cicle Film Awards
2010 Nominated ALFS Award British Supporting Actor of the Year - Jason Isaac
Relatives (2006) Tiburon Film Festival USA 2007 Won Golden Reel Award - Best Director - István Szabó
Flanders International Film Festival 2006 Nominated Grand Prix - István Szabó Moscow International Film Festival 2006 Nominated Golden St. George - István Szabó
Being Julia (2004) Academy Awards, USA
2005 Nominated Oscar Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - Annette Bening Bangkok International Film Festival
2005 Won Golden Kinnaree Award Best Actress - Annette Bening Nominated Golden Kinnaree Award Best Film - István Szabó
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2005 Nominated BFCA Award Best Actress - Annette Bening Directors Guild of Canada 2005 Won DGC Craft Award Outstanding Achievement in Picture Editing -Feature Film - S.Shipton
Nominated DGC Craft Award Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Feature Film European Film Awards
2005 Nominated Audience Award Best Director - István Szabó 2004 Nominated European Film Award Best Cinematographer - Lajos Koltai
Genie Awards 2005 Nominated Genie Best Motion Picture
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Bruce Greenwood Golden Globes, USA
2005 Won Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture -Musical or Comedy Annette Bening Goya Awards
2005 Nominated Goya Best European Film (Mejor Película Europea) - István Szabó UK/Hungary National Board of Review, USA
2004 Won NBR Award Best Actress - Annette Bening Satellite Awards
2005 Won Golden Satellite Award Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical - Annette Bening Nominated Golden Satellite Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical Jeremy Irons Screen Actors Guild Awards
2005 Nominated Actor Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role - Annette Bening Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards
2004 Won SEFCA Award Best Actress - Annette Bening Par amour (2003)
Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming 2003 Won Golden FIPAFiction: Actress - Marthe Keller
My Father, Rua Alguem 5555 (2003) Shanghai International Film Festival 2004 Nominated Golden Goblet - Egidio Eronico
Consiglio d'Egitto, Il (2002) Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 2002 Won Silver RibbonBest Production Design (Migliore Scenografia)-Andrea Crisanti
Montréal World Film Festival 2002 Nominated Grand Prix des Amériques - Emidio Greco
Meseauto (2000) 2001 Won Most Popular Film
Simon, the Magician (1999) Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema 1999 Won Golden Wave Best Actor (Interprétation Masculine) -Péter Andorai
Csapnivalo Awards 2000 Won Golden Slate Best Hungarian Actor - Péter Andorai
Best Hungarian Movie Hungarian Film Critics Awards 2000 Won Film Critics Award Best Actor - Péter Andorai
Best Director - Ildikó Enyedi Hungarian Film Week
1999 Won Best Actor - Péter Andorai Best Cinematographer - Tibor Máthé Best Director - Ildikó Enyedi Lecce Festival of European Cinema 2000 Won Golden Olive Tree - Ildikó Enyedi Locarno International Film Festival 1999 Won Don Quixote Award - Special Mention New Cinema -Ildikó Enyedi
Nominated Golden Leopard - Ildikó Enyedi Troms International Film Festival 2000 Won Aurora Award - Ildikó Enyedi
Sunshine (1999) European Film Awards
1999 Won European Film Award Best Actor - Ralph Fiennes Best Cinematographer - Lajos Koltai Best Screenwriter -István Szabó, Israel Horovitz Nominated European Film Award Best Film
Genie Awards 2000 Won Genie Best Motion Picture
Best Overall Sound Best Sound Editing Nominated Genie Best Achievement in Art Direction/Production Design- Attila Kovács
Best Achievement in Costume Design - Györgyi Szakács Best Achievement in Direction - István Szabó
Best Music Score- Maurice Jarre Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role - Ralph Fiennes
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - James Frain Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - William Hurt Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - Jennifer Ehle Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - Rosemary Harris Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Deborah Kara Unger Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Rachel Weisz Golden Globes, USA
2001 Nominated Golden Globe Best Director - Motion Picture - István Szabó Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Original Score - Motion Picture - Maurice Jarre Hungarian Film Critics Awards
2001 Won Special Award - István Szabó Political Film Society, USA 2001 Won PFS Award Democracy Nominated PFS Award Human Rights Satellite Awards
2001 Won Golden Satellite Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Drama - Jennifer Ehle, Rosemary Harris Writers Guild of Canada
2000 Won WGC Award - István Szabó , Israel Horovitz
Hyppolit (1999) Hungarian Film Week
2001 Won Most Popular Film
I,am alive and I love You (1998) Namur International Festival of French-Speaking Film 1998 Won Audience Award - Roger Kahane
Washington Jewish Film Festival 1999 Won Audience Award Feature Film - Roger Kahane
The Witman Boys (1997)
Chicago International Film Festival 1997 Won Silver Hugo Best Cinematography - Tibor Máthé
Nominated Gold Hugo Best Film - János Szász European Film Awards
1997 Nominated European Film Award Best Cinematographer - Tibor Máthé Flanders International Film Festival
1997 Won Grand Prix - János Szász Hungarian Film Week
1997 Won "Gene Moskowitz" Critics Award - János Szász Best Cinematographer - Tibor Máthé
Moscow International Film Festival 1997 Won FIPRESCI Prize - János Szász Silver St. GeorgeBest Direction - János Szász
Nominated Golden St. George - János Szász Troms International Film Festival 1998 Won Import Award - János Szász
Jó éjt királyfi (1994) Gijón International Film Festival 1994 Won Best Actor - Szabolcs Hajdú Best Screenplay- István Kardos
Magic Hunter (1994) Stockholm Film Festival 1994 Nominated Bronze Horse
Jonah who lived in the Whale (1993) David di Donatello Awards 1993 Won David Best Costume Design (Migliore Costumista)- Elisabetta Beraldo
Best Director (Migliore Regista) - Roberto Farenza Best Music (Migliore Musicista) -Ennio Morricone Moscow International Film Festival
1993 Won Ecumenical Jury Award -Roberto Faenza Nominated Golden St. George - Roberto Farenza
Sweet Emma, Dear Böbe (1992) Berlin International Film Festival 1992 Won Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention Competition - István Szabó
Silver Berlin Bear Special Jury Prize - István Szabó Nominated Golden Berlin Bear - István Szabó
European Film Awards 1992 Won European Film Award Best Screenwriter - István Szabó
Nominated European Film Award Best Actress - Johanna ter Steege
Meeting Venus (1991) Venice Film Festival
1991 Nominated Golden Lion - István Szabó
Meteo (1990) Cottbus Film Festival of Young East European Cinema 1991 Won Grand Prize - András Monory Mész
Édes Anna (1990) (TV) Shanghai International TV Festival 1992 Won Magnolia Award Best Actress - Eszter Nagy-Kálózy
Monte Carlo Tv Film Festival - Special Prize
Hanussen (1988) Academy Awards, USA 1989 Nominated Oscar Best Foreign Language Film - Hungary Cannes Film Festival
1988 Nominated Golden Palm - István Szabó Golden Camera, Germany 1991 Won Golden Camera - Klaus Maria Brandauer To an extraordinary actor
Golden Globes, USA 1989 Nominated Golden Globe Best Foreign Language Film - West Germany
Independent Spirit Awards 1990 Nominated Independent Spirit Award Best Foreign Film -István Szabó, Hungary/West Germany/Austria
Krizis
Plovdiv Tv Film Festival 1986 Won The Best Actrice -Eliska Balzerova
Daniel takes a Train (1983) Cannes Film Festival
1983 Won FIPRESCI Prize - Pál Sándor
Dögkeselyü (1982) Berlin International Film Festival 1983 Won Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost" - Ferenc András
Nominated Golden Berlin Bear - Ferenc András