- Labor Law
- The citizen and the state
- Institutions of the state penitentiary system of Ukraine
- Employees of penitentiary system
- Government officials
- Activists / NGOs
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter is a Hungarian independent film director and editor specialising 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 a project called Cinetrain – Russian Winter, which won the audience award at the Vision du Réel documentary festival. She is a member of the HSE and Hungarian Film Academy. Her first feature length documentary A Woman Captured premiered at IDFA in the Main Competition. Afterwards it was selected by Sundance Film Festival for the World Cinema Documentary Competition, thus making it the first Hungarian feature-length film ever to compete at Sundance.
Filmography: A Woman Captured (2017)