Beatrix Aruna Pasztor Biography
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor was born in Budapest and brings her evocative European style to every film she works on. She has a brilliant understanding of character, and her stunning creative talent has afforded her collaboration with such interesting and innovative directors as Gus Van Sant, Jane Campion, Curtis Hanson, Oliver Stone, Joel Schumacher, Terry Gilliam and, most recently, Woody Allen.
Over the years, Pasztor has brought her iconic designs to the screen on many feature films, including Drugstore Cowboy, To Die For, Good Will Hunting, Alfie, Vanity Fair, In the Cut, Wonder Boys, U Turn, She’s So Lovely, Indecent Proposal, The Fisher King and Æon Flux.
Her most recent credits are Ironclad, a medieval action film directed by Jonathan English, and You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, directed by Woody Allen.
Johnny English Reborn by Oliver Parker 2011
Ironclad by Jonathan English 2010
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger by Woody Allen 2008
The Brothers Bloom by Rian Johnson 2008
The Secret of Moonacre by Gabor Csupo 2007
The Hunting Party by Richard Shepard 2006
Szabadsg, szerelem by Krisztina Goda 2006
Basic Instinct 2 by Michael Caton-Jones 2005
on Flux by Karyn Kusama 2004
Alfie by Charles Shyer