Hedda Bednarszky discovered her interest towards documentary filmmaking during her film studies at the Faculty of Theatre and Film in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, which she graduated in 2016.

The following year she took part as a director and editor in the Aristoteles Workshop on documentary filmmaking. This resulted in Wild Berries. The film was screened at various international film festivals and was awarded for Best Short Documentary at DokuFest and Best Directing at Black Canvas FCC.​ 

Her work is defined by unconventional stories that intrigue and challenge. She has an intimate and authentic filming approach which combines honest storytelling with a subtle presence of humor. In her creative process she lets herself driven by curiosity and the urge to understand different perspectives. 

Her aesthetics can also be noticed in her analogue snapshots of places and everyday life that she began to document with her Yashica T3. ​​

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7th of march

born as the only child to Lore and Karol


one summer

I went with my family to the beach. While my father was drinking his beer under the umbrella and my mother was getting a sun tan I was getting really bored. A lady on a towel next to us told me I can move to the sea and be like Ariel, but if I go I can't turn back. I gave it some very serious thought and in the end of the day I decided to stay here.

now based in  Berlin / Hamburg