Associate professor at the Department of Media and Communication in Eötvös Loránd University, expert for the Film Section.

András Müllner is an associate professor in the Department of Media and Communication at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. He gained a PhD in literary theory in 2001. Müllner’s main research interest is Hungarian neo-avant-garde art and visual culture, especially the representation of minorities. As far as this latter and its analyses are concerned, Müllner and his students organise the Roma Visual Lab, which is a seminar and a film programme where documentaries about Roma people are examined within a framework of critical theories. In recent years he has edited several collections of essays on assorted subjects, such as the special issue of Apertura about the blood libel affair in Tiszaeszlár and its visual memory. Müllner’s latest book is Tükör a sötétséghez [Mirror to Darkness], which is a monograph based on a close reading of Miklós Erdély’s Kollapszus orv [Collapse med.].