Alaa Eddine Aljem
Alaa Eddine Aljem studied film at the ESAV Marrakesh and INSAS schools in Brussels. He has worked on several projects for both cinema and television. His films have been selected at festivals around the world, winning several awards. His first feature film script, The Unknown Saint, was awarded at Locarno film festival and selected at La fabrique des cinémas du monde at Cannes and at the Sundance lab. He was recognized by Screen International as one the five Arab Stars of Tomorrow in December 2016.
Anamaria Antoci began her work in the film industry in 2012 when she joined 4 Proof Film. She has since produced a wide range of awarded shorts, Adrian Sitaru’s last two features, Illegitimate (Berlinale Forum 2016) and The Fixer (Toronto IFF 2016), and the creative documentary Planeta Petrila by Andrei Dăscălescu (IDFA 2016). In 2017 Anamaria established her own company, Bucharest-based Tangaj Production. She is an alumna of EAVE, Cannes Producers on the Move and ACE Producers, as well as an EFA member
Angela studied fine art at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm where she made several animations and experimental films. After her studies, Angela entered the Udk in Berlin as a guest student in Hito Steyerl’s class. She stayed in Berlin and continued to work on animation and started directing documentaries and hybrids. In 2011 she was selected to Doc Station – Berlinale Talents. She has directed and produced several experimental shorts and one feature documentary.
Angelos Stavros Rallis
Angelos has been an elected member of the International Federation of Journalists since 2006. He has worked as a director in theatre and TV (ERT-Greece) and as a freelance photographer in UK, Belgium, Sweden and China. His work has been published in international press, agencies and NGOs. He is the author of the book Reflections on Chinese Policy in Xinjiang Autonomous Region. In 2014 he founded AR PRODUCTIONS, where he produces and directs award-winning films.
Anna Herza Tydlitátová
Country: Czech republic
Anna was born in Prague, Czech Republic and spent her childhood in the US. She founded the company Telekinetic during her studies at FAMU in Prague. Her producer’s debut was Menandros & Thaïs, an experimental love story set in Old Greece. She has worked as a rap-group booker, girl-scout leader, and also in a publishing house. Recently, she has joined the team of Serial Killer (the first TV and online series festival in Central and Eastern Europe) as Head of Industry.
Bas Broertjes was born in Amsterdam. He enrolled at the Netherlands Film Academy with the aim of eventually working as a producer. After graduating, he worked on several short films as a producer and line producer. Together with Aydin Dehzad, in 2014 he joined Kaliber Film, founded by Mete Gümürhan. He produced the award-winning documentary Young Wrestlers. Last year, he was selected for CineMart’s Rotterdam Lab and IDFAcademy.
David Lindner Leporda
Since 2006 David has worked under the name of his company FILMALLEE as an independent creative producer. Over the past five years, FILMALLEE productions has received invitations to over 600 film festivals and won more than 100 awards. Five of its films have been featured at the Berlinale, three of which were in competition. Accolades include the Critics’ Award in Venice, the IDFA Best Newcomer Award, three nominations for the European Film Award, and the Bavarian Film Award for the Best German Producing Newcomer.
Elin Kamlert studied filmmaking and has since done project management in the cultural field, for film festivals, and in PR & communications. Since 2012 she has been producing documentaries for broadcast and cinema. In 2017 she founded her own company, Kamlert Film, with the vision of creating space for unheard voices and exploring new narratives in documentary filmmaking.
Country: United Kingdom
Fawzia graduated from the National Film and Television School in the United Kingdom with an MA in Producing in 2017, having previously studied Economics and South Asian History, with a focus on colonial history and cinema. Her first feature as producer Acta Non Verba, a documentary directed by Yvann Yagchi, premiered at the 70th Locarno Festival in 2017 and won a Grierson Award. Before making films, Fawzia worked for four years in finance in New York. She is an alumna of Edinburgh International Film Festival Talent Lab 2018 and Berlinale Talents 2019.
After unfinished philosophy and theatre studies, Georg Tiller studied film and television with Harun Farocki, film directing and cinematography with Michael Haneke and Christian Berger, and film directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin. Tiller has produced and directed several feature films, documentaries and experimental films. He worked as a Senior Partner at the production company Mengamuk Films in Germany and is currently Managing Director of Subobscura Films in Austria.
Giedrė Burokaitė holds a bachelor’s degree in Cultural History and Anthropology and a master’s degree in Arts management. She works in film production since 2012. In 2015 Giedrė established a film production platform in NGO Meno Avilys. Giedrė produced number of short films and a feature-length documentary Animus Animalis (directed by Aistė Žegulytė), which was premiered at DOK Leipzig, CPH:DOX, Hot Docs and other festivals. Currently, she is working on two short animated films and a VR project.
Giedrė Žickytė is a Lithuanian documentary film director and producer, and member of the European Documentary Network and European Film Academy. She received an MA in Visual Arts at Vilnius Art Academy in 2007. Her films have been selected for IDFA, Leipzig, Vision du Reel, Sheffield, Hot Docs, Rotterdam, Goteborg, Warsaw and many other festivals, receiving national and international awards. In 2014 she founded the production company Moonmakers.
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