Bereményi, Géza (Vetro) (Budapest, 25 January 1946 - ) – Writer, producer. His higher studies were at the University of Budapest (1964-1970) where he read Hungarian and Italian Literature. From 1971 to 1978 he worked as a synchronic-dramaturgist at the Pannonia Film Studio, Budapest. From 1978 to 1995 he was a freelance writer. Between 1995 and 1997 he was a stage manager at the Szigligeti Theater (Szigligeti Színház), Szolnok. He held the same position at the Sándor Hevesi Theater (Hevesi Sándor Színház) at Zalaegerszeg from 1997. He is a member of the European Film Academy. His works include The Swedish King (A svéd király) short stories (1970); Collection of Legends (Legendárium) novel (1977); Trilogy (Trilógia) dramas (1983), and Songs (Dalok) (1992). Some of his film-scripts are Romance (Romanatika); Time Stands Still (Megáll az idő), and The Penultimate Judgment (Az utolsóelőtti ítélet); his scripts for television include The Wedding Guests (Násznép) and Eldorado. He also excels as a lyric writer. He has already received a number of prizes, including the Attila József Prize (1984), the Béla Balázs Prize (1989), the Félix Prize (1989) and the Kossuth Prize (2001). – B: 0874, 1257, T: 7103.→Cseh, Tamás.