Make your movie
in 5 weeks
The make or break filmmaking experience
One of the precious few hands on creative documentary workshops around the world.
ARISTOTELES WORKSHOP (AW) is a training and development center dedicated to fostering a new generation of creative documentary filmmakers around the world.
Since 2006, our graduates’s Aristoteles productions and sequel work shows up in the world’s most prestigious festival lineups, starting with 2007’s “Don’t get me wrong” by Adina Pintilie, winner of 2018’s Golden Bear with “Touch Me Not.”
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06/20 – Admissions announcement
07/01 – Participant confirmation
08/01 – 08/31 – Workshop
A pristine corener of the world, calling for exploration.
Your freedom and sensitivity.
Your ability to pitch yourself and your work.
Your limits and their demise.
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I’ve learned more in 5 weeks at Aristoteles than in 3 years at the university.
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"Touch Me Not" won the top Golden Bear prize at the Berlin International Film Festival last night. The jury lead by German director Tom Tykwer chose the movie out of 19 contenders. The story follows a woman who can't bear to be touched, together with a set of other...
Wild Berries, the film made by Romulus Balazs (France) Marianna Vas (Hungary) and Hedda Bednarszky (Romania) within Aristoteles Workshop 2017 was awarded the best documentary of the 12th edition. “The sensorial journey of a solitary boy immersed into his own world,...
It was intense. It was way beyond my expectations. It was challenging. I learned tons about myself and about movies. And we made a good movie, too.Maria Balanean
It was the first time I got professional feedback from a larger audience. Hearing all the different opionions makes you question your work. On one level this is very constructive but this may also demoralize you. It’s good we had this experience because in this industry we’ll have to confront a lot of situations like this.
You did a wonderful thing, you opened their eyes to a di erent future.