Sándor Reisenbüchler (1935 Budapest - 2004 Budapest) was a Hungarian animated film director and graphic artist. He took a degree in directing of films from the Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. He was working for PannóniaFilm in Budapest since 1965. Folk tales, fantastic and ecological themes had a particular appeal to him; he was a self-taught graphic artist with pop-art influences. A unique figure on the Hungarian Art Scene, he was given the highest national prize for his achievements: the Kossuth Award.
The Age of the Barbarians (1970)
Kidnapping of the Sun and the Moon (1968)
Allegro Vivace (1990)
The Year of 1812 (1972)
The Advent of Light (2002)
Boldog világvége (1999)