BUCHAREST: Young filmmakers from Poland, Lithuania, Romania and Hungary are among the 12 selected participants of the 14th edition of the Aristoteles documentary workshop, set to take place in Beliș, Cluj from 1 August 2019.
These participants are: Vasile Todinca (director, Romania), Maciej Thiem (DoP, Poland), Bence Prokop (DoP, Romania), Ieva Sakalyte (DoP, Lithuania), Claudia Alexandru (editor, Romania) and Voicu Mureșanu (editor, Romania).
Other participants come from Germany, Italy, the UK, SUA and the Ukraine. During five weeks the four teams composed of a director, a DoP and an editor will scout, shoot and edit a maximum 30-minute documentary.
Arne Bro from Denmark will conduct the theorical preparation, while the tutors are Isidore Bethel, Lotte Mik-Meyer and Laurent Becue-Renard.
The Aristoteles Workshop was created by the producers Dan Nuțu and Cristina Hoffman, with the support of ARTE. Starting in 2018 the workshop is organised in partnership with University Babes-Bolyai from Cluj-Napoca, Film and Theatre Faculty and the platform cinepub.ro, which shows Romanian films free of charge everywhere in the world. The 14th edition of the workshop is supported by the Romanian Film Centre, the Romanian Filmmakers Union (UCIN) and DacinSara.