Dora is a director (SDC, AWD) with an extensive educational background in theatre and film (LSTFI), as well as media and international communications (METU Budapest and Università di Padova) and filmmaking (NYFA, Florence and NY). She is also a member of the Young Vic's Creators Program (UK).
For the past six years, she has contributed to the work of theatre and film production companies as a director, writer, editor, artistic director and producer. She made a number of internationally acclaimed projects in Italy, Hungary and in the USA, including musicals, pieces of movement theatre, comedies, Off-Broadway and touring shows as well as commercials, music videos and short movies.
Companies she has previously worked for include: Spier Kft, Cipriani Couture, RIFS, Limetta 5 Productions, Marshall Hall Productions, Rockit Productions, Knowledge Workings Theatre, June Productions, CRC Media, Buckmaster Productions and Sugarfoot Productions.
Currently she contributes to the work of Stewed Productions, teaches at PPAS and occasionally freelances on the side. Moreover, Dora writes for MovieWeb and is the head writer of the film column at Art Here Art Now. Her film reviews can also be found on IMDb.com. She also publishes academic research in the fields of media and film and occasionally contributes to other print and online magazines with articles. She occasionally contributes to a number of other well-known magazines as well.
Since 2020 many of her poems and short stories have been published. Besides writing her own movies, she works on scripts for North American and European production companies. Her children's book, Magical Meadows, will be out on Amazon, on September 18th.
Film credits include but are not limited to: Nyctalopia, Haze, Sweet and Sour, Back Home, Modern Love, Pieces as well as spots for Cipriani Couture and Vodafone.
Stage credits include but are not limited to: My Name is Rachel Corrie (Off-Broadway show and tour of education in Central Europe), The Motherf**ker with the Hat (NY, Off-Broadway), Synthesis (Budapest), Eve's Apartment (Queens, NY), Negative Space (New Jersey) and Grudges (NY, and Zoom).
As a stage director Dora was nominated for the Barbara Whitman Award 2022.
Her photography exhibit, "Nostalgia" will be on display in Edmonton from March 2023 to June 2023.
Dora is an advocate for UN's Plant-for-the-Planet. Plant-for-the-Planet is a global movement that aims to restore forest ecosystems to tackle the climate crisis and biodiversity loss.