Bernadett Tuza-Ritter is a Hungarian independent film director and editor specializing in creative documentaries and fiction. She studied directing and editing at the University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest. She worked as a director in the project called Cinetrain – Russian Winter, which won the audience award at Vision du Reel documentary festival in 2013. Her first feature length documentary A Woman Captured premiered in the IDFA 2017 Main Competition and in the Sundance Film Festival 2018 World Cinema Documentary Competition. After its world premiere, the film was selected by HotDocs, DOK.fest Munich, CPH:DOX, Sheffield DocFest and many more. The film won several awards and became part of a world campaign called Why Slavery and will be broadcasted on 70+ television channels around the world.
Tuza-Ritter is a member of HSE and the Hungarian Film Academy.