Upon graduation, Krisztián Kolovratnik became an ensemble member of the prestigious Vígszínház for seven years. He appeared in 15 films and several Hungarian and foreign TV productions. In 2009, he established his own production company, Kolorfilm, where he also works as producer and director. One of his directorial works, a documentary about Hungarian acting legend Mari Törőcsik and Russian theatre director Anatolij Vasziljev, titled All Day Long, was released in several European countries. Kolovratnik also works as a composer.
As a photographer, he showed his visual work in single-artist exhibitions in Budapest and Barcelona in 2009. Ten of his photos were included in a collectors’ catalogue. His photos have also been selected by the Hungarian Photos of the Year Album. In 2006, he published his own collection of photos, and in 2008, he published a literary-photographic album with József Ács. His unique photo exhibition at the Kempinki Gallery at Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is available for all visitors every day at no charge between November 29, 2012 and January 24, 2013.
About Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest:
The first Hungarian member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest established and continues to re-invent international luxury, in its outfitting as well as service. In its boldly contemporary, generously spacious building in the very heart of Budapest, it offers 326 splendid rooms and 33 chic suites. The Kempinski Corvinus’ restaurants serve delicacies of Hungarian and international cuisines. From April through October, the outdoors Kempinski Terrace, F•L Bar & Terrace offer light bites and drinks, on Fashion Street. Central and Eastern Europe’s first Nobu restaurant opened in the Hotel in October 2010. The Kempinski Corvinus also operates the Kempinski SPA, and the unique Corvinus Gallery, specialized in modern Hungarian art, of which the Hotel owns a collection.