Audun Amundsen is a Norwegian documentary producer and director, and an online strategy consultant at GonzoDocs AS. He focuses on performative and participatory documentaries. He has received several governmental and non-governmental grants for his films Newtopia, Help, I’ve Gone Viral! and Click the Link Below. His films have been sold internationally (NHK Japan, GoPlay Indonesia and ARTE France among others) and screened at festivals worldwide (Hot Docs, DocPoint, Millenium etc).
After studying Sociology at Corvinus University of Budapest, she divided her work capacity between the family-run production company Makabor Studio and other independent production companies such as ELF Pictures and Proton Cinema. She is currently producing three feature-length documentaries. Since 2019, she has been the industry coordinator at Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. She is a member of the Hungarian Documentary Association, MADOKE.
Carla’s first job was in advertising, but she soon turned to film. She enrolled in a master’s programme in film production and started working for Cristian Mungiu’s Mobra Films. In parallel, she was involved in the production of two film festivals. In 2016, Carla joined Ada Solomon’s company, where she still works today. She is involved in feature films, shorts and series, fiction films and documentaries by acclaimed directors and fresh voices. Her dream is to help put her generation of filmmakers on the map.
Country: United Kingdom
Charlotte is a Scottish documentary producer based in Edinburgh. After doing an MA in English Literature at the University of St Andrews, she gained experience in drama, TV and commercial production. In 2012, she began working with Victor Kossakovsky on Aquarela. She founded Hailstone Films in 2018, and they collaborated again on Gunda. She produces short documentaries with the Scottish Documentary Institute and up-and-coming directors, and is an alumna of their New Voices talent programme.
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