KineDok is a unique international project of seven European film organizations for alternative distribution of creative documentaries aimed at attracting a wider audience to documentaries, presenting authors and their films to audiences, and developing a dialogue on socially relevant topics.
In cooperation with the Restart organisation, KineDok in Croatia currently has more than 20 partners, and Stari Grad Museum is one of them!
The second film on the programme is the 2017 Hungarian documentary film A Woman Captured directed by Bernadett Tuza-Ritter, on Friday, 12 July at 9pm in the Stari Grad Museum (garden of the Biankini Palace).
A Woman Captured is about Marish, a 52-year-old Hungarian woman who has been serving a family as a housekeeper for a decade, working 20 hours a day without getting paid. Her ID was taken from her by her oppressors and she is not allowed to leave the house without permission. Treated like an animal, she only gets leftovers to eat and no bed to sleep in. Marish spends the days with fear in her heart, but dreaming of getting her life back. The presence of the camera helps her realize she is not completely alone any more. She begins to show signs of trust; after 2 years of shooting, she gathers the courage to reveal her plan: ‘I am going to escape.’ The film follows Marish’s heroic journey back to freedom..
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. In 2013, she worked as a director on the project called Cinetrain – Russian Winter, which won the audience award at Visions du Réel. Her first feature length documentary A Woman Captured premiered at IDFA 2017 Main Competition. It was selected for screening at Sundance Film Festival 2018 – World Cinema Documentary Competition, becoming the first Hungarian feature length film ever to compete at that festival.
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You can read more about the KineDok project HERE.