Bernadett Tuza-Ritter


Bernadett Tuza-Ritter is a documentary film director, editor, mental health specialist, coach. In the film industry since 2006, he has worked as an editor, scriptwriter, and director in numerous feature film and documentary productions. In 2017, his first full-length documentary entitled "A Woman Captured" was presented, which achieved huge international success. During his studies at SOTE and Károli Gáspár University, he began to deal with the mental health of filmmakers and creative professionals, as a result of which he and his colleagues created the film and mental health center called The Well-being Center, which is specifically for the mental health of those working in the film and theater arts profession. focuses on its protection and service.

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Mental health and documentary filmmaking: discussion with directors