Born in 1979, Budapest, Hungary. Grew up in Sweden and South Africa and obtained a masters degree in film studies in Gothenburg and Paris. He has won awards for his short films at festivals worldwide, including Rotterdam, the Berlinale Talent Campus, and Clermont-Ferrand.
After his stunning feature film debut Flowers of Evil (2010), Dusa turned out the film The Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted, treating the power of social media and their influence on social change, and exploring the boundaries of the Internet as a foundation for a new civil society. (Karlovy Vary Film Festival)