Projects 2016

A Woman Captured

Bernadett Tuza-Ritter
A documentary about the life of Marish, a modern-day slave, who, despite her hopeless situation, is determined to break free of the physical and mental oppression she has been subjected to for 10 years, and to become a free person.


Director Bernadett Tuza – Ritter

Bernadett Tuza-Ritter is an independent filmmaker, specialising in fiction and creative documentaries. She studied directing and editing at the University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest, Hungary. She was the editor of several features, shorts and documentaries that have been screened internationally and have received numerous awards at renowned film festivals. She directed her documentary debut Cinetrain: Russian Winter in 2013.

Producer Julianna Ugrin   

Julianna Ugrin graduated from ELTE University in 2005 and started to work in the film field at Flora Film International. In 2009 she was part of EURODOC producers’ workshop. Since 2009, she has worked at Havas Films. In 2011 she co-organised the first session of EURODOC in Budapest. She established Éclipse Film, an independent film production company, in 2011. In 2012 she was part of Sarajevo Talent Campus. In 2013 and 2015 she pitched in Trieste at WEMW. In 2013 she participated at IDFA World View Summer School. She was part of Emerging Producers 2014 and joined Café Film in 2014. A member of EDN.

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2017, 89'

Working title:
My Marish

Directed by:
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter

Bernadett Tuza-Ritter, Julianna Ugrin

Produced by:
After Moving Pictures Ltd., Eclipse Film Ltd., Corso Film

Start of production:


After Moving Pictures Ltd. 
Kertész u 43 4/7 
1073 Budapest, Hungary 
M. +36 20 316 9062 

Festivals & Awards:

ZagrebDox Pro 2016 - Jihlava IDFF Award; IDFA 2017 - world premiere; Hungarian Film Critics Award – Best Documentary; Boston Global Cinema Film Festival – Best Documentary Feature Film; Millenium Film Festival Brussels – Objectif de Bronze / Best Film for Human Rights; Hungarian Film Award – Best Documentary; ZagrebDox 2018 – Special Mention; Ismailia Int’l Film Festival – The Jury Prize; goEast Film Festival – The International Critics Prize (FIPRESCI) ; Internationales Frauenfilmfestival Dortmund|Köln – Audience Award; CROSSING EUROPE Filmfestival Linz – Best Documentary Award; CineDOC Tbilisi IDFF- Civil DOC Award; Millennium Docs - The Amnesty International Award for Best Human Rights Special Mention; Sheffield Doc/Fest - Special Mention