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.
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.
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.
Irene M. Borrego
Irene has a BA in Economics and worked for the management consulting firm Bain & Co. in Spain and Mexico before making a career switch into filmmaking. A graduate of EICTV, Cuba, she extended her studies at The London Film School. 59 en Conserva’s films have screened at Berlinale, Edinburgh, Visions du Réel, RIDM, Hong Kong, Sheffield, États Généraux and Seville, among other film festivals. Two of them were theatrically released. Irene also makes her own film projects and researches the theory of art.
Jean-Baptiste studied political science and intended to become a journalist, but he finally chose freedom and precariousness with his first job with an independent film festival. He accumulated different work experience in the documentary field (sound engineer, radio documentarist, assistant director, etc.) before giving in to the temptation of creating a production company, La Société des Apaches. He is a Eurodoc graduate (2017), and teacher of audiovisual and digital media at Grenoble University.
Country: Czech republic
Jitka studied Film Studies at Charles University and production at FAMU, Prague. She also briefly studied comparative literature, which remains her passion. Jitka has worked for various Czech film festivals in the Industry or Program department. In 2013 she started her own production company called Frame Films, named after New Zealand poet Janet Frame. Within a few years two producers, Zuzana Kučerová and Hana Šilarová, joined the company. Together, the team continues work with several talents.
Łukasz is a graduate of The Polish National Film School, where he produced over a dozen short films. In 2012 he co-founded NUR, an independent production house – where he works as a producer. To date, his company has produced eight short films and the feature-length documentary In touch, a Polish-Icelandic co-production that was awarded the Special Jury Award at IDFA 2018. Apart from running NUR, he also works as a freelance line producer.
Marcian is a producer based in Bucharest, Romania. He has an engineering, business and project management background. He started his career as producer with the Strada Film production company in 2008, where he produced fiction and documentary features. In 2016 he took over Axel Film Echipamente, a film production and equipment rental company in order to produce daring independent projects with directors such as Ioana Grigore, Monica Stan, Bogdan Mustaţă, Alexander Padei and Adi Voicu.
Patricia is a producer involved mainly in feature film co-productions, animations and documentaries. She started off working at Pioneer Stillking on international service productions. Since then she founded her company Good Kids, which supports up and coming directors and writers. Her collaborations have circuited in several international festivals such as IDFA, CPH:DOX, KVIF, ZFF, SFF, Taiwan Dox, Hot Docs, DOK Leipzig. She line produced the short film A Siege, awarded a student Oscar by the Academy in 2018 and a YDA Gold screen award during the Cannes Lions Festival, 2019.
Puk studied Multiplatform Storytelling and Productions with a_specialty in producing and production management. She also has supplementary training in European Co-production and Management and communications in the creative industry. Since 2016, Puk has worked as a_producer for the production company GotFat Productions which is based in Aarhus, Denmark.
Rea has master’s in film production. She has worked for many years as head of the Cinema exhibition department at Croatian Audiovisual Centre. She won the Young Producer Award at the Sofia International Film Festival 2016 and attended the EAVE Marketing Workshop and Locarno Industry Academy International in 2017. She is currently running her own production & postproduction company, Eclectica, while working as an assistant professor in the Production Department of the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb.
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