Balkan Dox

Still Processing

2020 — 17 min / Colour



A box of stunning family photos awakens grief and lost memories as they are viewed for the first time on camera. Filmmaker Sophy Romvari documents her first-hand experience as an exploration into cinema as therapy in this nonfiction short.

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Directors' Biography

Sophy Romvari is a filmmaker born in Victoria, B.C. and based in Toronto. Her critically acclaimed short films have travelled the international festival circuit and have earned her a reputation as a leading young talent. Her 2017 hybrid documentary Pumpkin Movie premiered at True/False to considerable praise, as well as at Hot Docs and Sheffield Doc Fest. It has been praised by critics as "a lovely, subtle work of feminist protest." In 2018 her short Norman Norman received its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was also the centerpiece of “Super Succinct and Radically Direct,” a retrospective of Sophy’s work at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City. She has directed documentary films for such acclaimed outlets such as CBC Short Docs (In Dog Years, 2019) and Kino Lorber (Remembrance of József Romvári, 2020). Sophy completed her Master of Fine Arts at York University, where she shot her thesis film Still Processing.

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Sophy Romvari


Sophy Romvari


Devan Scott


Sophy Romvari

Will Ross

Kalil Haddad


Will Ross

Screenings & Awards

TIFF, Toronto , Canada, 2020

Molodist IFF, Ukraine, 2021

Indie Memphis FF, United States, 2020
Audience Award