Workshop by Aidar Gabdrakhman

Filmmaking Workshop

An Invitation to Learn
Delve into the art and craft of filmmaking through Aidar Gabdrakhman's workshops and individual sessions. With a rich tapestry of experience, including producing, directing, and cinematography, Aidar is poised to guide you on your own cinematic journey.

Uncover the Secrets of Success

Discover the art of crafting a compelling narrative, learn the intricacies of direction and gain insights into the world of cinematography. Whether you're an aspiring filmmaker or a seasoned professional, Aidar's workshops offer a unique blend of theory and hands-on experience that is bound to elevate your craft.

Your Path to Excellence Starts Here

Are you ready to unravel the mysteries of filmmaking under the mentorship of a visionary filmmaker? Join Aidar Gabdrakhman on an enriching journey that promises to ignite your creativity and expand your horizons.

Take the First Step

Explore Aidar's cinematic odyssey, learn about his award-winning works and discover the workshops and individual sessions that await you. Unleash your potential and embark on a journey that will shape your storytelling future.
A Journey of Expertise
Start Your Cinematic Odyssey Today and Turn Your Dreams into Reality!
Award-winning creator


• "Together" (2013): Official film for the closing ceremony of the 2013 World University Games (11 minutes)
• "Man of Legend" (2014): Documentary film (60 minutes)
• "Water of Life" (2015): Official documentary film about the of the 2015 FINA World Championships (52 minutes)
• "Power of Water" (2015): Official documentary film about of the 2015 FINA World Masters Championships (52 minutes)
• "Skills for the Future" (2017): Official video for WorldSkills Abu Dhabi (2 minutes)
• "Living Football" (2018): Official documentary film about of the FIFA World Cup (12 minutes)
• "Project Max" (2019): Narrative film (20 minutes)
• "Battle" (2019): Narrative feature film (70 minutes)
• "Future in Your Hands" (2019): Official documentary film about of the 2019 WorldSkills Championship (52 minutes)