Andrew Korogyi (born 9 April 1985) is a Canadian film producer and editor. Korogyi’s career began when he met Yosef Baraki at Humber College and he Produced Der Kandidat, written and directed by Baraki. Among its multiple accolades, Der Kandidat won the Norman McLaren Award for best student film at the Montreal World Film Festival.
Korogyi worked as a Producer for the Toronto based Film and Television Production Company Fifth Ground Entertainment. There he has produced a documentary short titled We Need a Hero, directed by Actress Michelle Nolden and Associate Produced A Man’s World, also directed by Nolden. He also worked as a Production Coordinator on the TMN / Movie Central Documentary Series Reelside. Yearly, Korogyi participates in the Lakeshorts Future Filmmaker’s Intensive (LFFI) where he mentors young film students on the intricacies of filmmaking.
Korogyi and Baraki teamed up again for their first feature Mina Walking, written, directed and shot by Yosef Baraki in Kabul, Afghanistan. Baraki and Korogyi spent six months editing the film ahead of its world premiere at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.
Andrew holds a Film and Television Production Diploma from Humber College’s North Campus and a Film and Media Degree from Humber College’s South Campus in Toronto, Canada.

Accolades

Andrew Korogyi and Asef Baraki and Yosef Baraki
Best Youth Film, 2015

Mina Walking

Best Youth Film, 2015

Mina Walking

Shot documentary style and covertly on the streets of Kabul, Mina Walking traces seven days in the life of Mina, a young girl striving for a better…

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Films

Mina Walking
2015

Mina Walking

Afghanistan, Canada
2015

Mina Walking

Shot documentary style and covertly on the streets of Kabul, Mina Walking traces seven days in the life of Mina, a young girl striving for…

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