Artesian Films

Photo by Rob Schwartz

Established in 1989, ARTESIAN FILMS has been creating interdependent films by Tamás Wormser. Our films has been shown on all continents, in over 55 countries. Most recently, we completed Hand to Hand, a film commissioned by the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games’ to be viewed by a vast public.

Calling his documentaries Road-Docs, Tamás often takes on simple but universal subjects, exploring them across culture and time, to reveal their physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions: Faces of the Hand, is a visual journey that looks at the hand as mirror to human nature, and Touched by Water is a documentary on water-rituals around the world.

The paths of active idealists also fascinate us. Extraordinary individuals have inspired him to make several films, such as Step Up!, about a young dancer’s journey from losing a foot to dancing again, and Believe in Me!, a documentary on teenaged fathers. Also about dreamers and doers, Travelling Light follows the paths of five nomadic artists, capturing their remarkable lifestyles and unique views on society.

We have also produced films in other genres: fiction, such as The Ring and The Hat, Prometheus and dance films like The Three Marias.

We are currently working on several multi-platform documentary projects and a feature-length fiction film.