Péter Lichter is a Hungarian experimental filmmaker, currently doing his Ph.D in film studies at Eötvös Lóránd University, Department of Film Studies, Budapest. He uses found footage super 8 and 35 mm material to create abstract and lyrical films. Peter’s main subject is the history and theory of cinema, the structure of personal memory and human behavior. His films have been screened at several prestigious festivals, venues and galleries worldwide.
- Frozen May (2017)
- Some of the Sensations (2016)
- 8th October 2016 (2016.október 8.) – with Bori Máté
- Non-Places: Beyond the Infinite (2015)
- Pure Virtual Function (2015)
- Polaroids (Polaroidok) (2014)
- Rimbaud (2014)
- No Signal Detected (2013)
- Look inside the ghost machine (2012)
- Cassette (Kazetta) (2011)
- Light Sleep (Félálom) (2009)
- 77 years of déja vu (77 év déja vu) (2006)
- Station West (Nyugati állomás) (2005)
- Slow Midnight Show (Éjszakai előadás) (2004)
- Obscene or Ethereal – Péter Lichter: Light Sleep
- An Exercise in Remembering – Péter Lichter: Cassette
- Hide and Seek – Hungarian Avant-garde Film Today (Part One)
- Hide and Seek – Hungarian Avant-garde Film Today (Part Two)
- Alcoz, Albert (2015) “Péter Lichter: Pure Virtual Fiction” (review), Found Footage Magazine, Issue 1, October/2011, p.
- Stigmart10 (2015) “An Interview with Péter Lichter“, Videofocus, February/2015, pp. 106-115.