Eva Blondiau studied Creative Production at the IFS Köln. Two years later, she received a scholarship. She worked in editorial offices and film productions in the field of documentary and feature film in different countries. For her graduation film, The Swing of the Coffin Maker, she was nominated for the First Steps Award for Best Production. The film was presented at 120 festivals and won 35 awards worldwide, including the Student Oscar. With Elmar Imanov, she founded the production company COLOR OF MAY in Köln.
He started film management studies at the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy, later successfully extended his studies in the film production programme at the University for Creative Arts, UK. After graduation, Juočeris started working in Lithuanian production house Cyclopes as a producer/project manager. After some time Juočeris decided to start working as a freelancer and in his own established company PI. Ironcat. Now, he mainly develops documentary, feature film and cultural projects of a historic, educational, and artistic value. His films won several awards in Lithuania.
Adriana holds an MA in Creative Documentary Filmmaking (Autonomous University of Barcelona). She has received fellowships and production grants from The National Program for Art and Mexican Film Institute (2004–2015). She is the founder and artistic director of the BorDocs Documentary Forum in Tijuana-San Diego border region and a member of the National System of Art Creators (2015–2018). During 2016, Adriana attended Doc Station (Berlinale Talents) and received the Ibermedia project development grant in Lima, Peru.
Ágnes graduated with a degree in Cultural Management and Film Distribution. She also studied Law. In 2011, she debuted as a film producer with a short that premiered at the Berlinale Shorts Competition. Since then, Ágnes has contributed to art-house films, documentaries and shorts as a freelance producer, production manager and assistant. She started producing documentaries herself in 2014. Ágnes is an Ex Oriente Film workshop graduate and a participant of the EURODOC Training Programme 2016.
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.
Alba Mondéjar Marquez
Alba Mondéjar Marquez graduated in Communication Studies from the University of Barcelona Pompeu Fabra. Worked as an assistant in Cosmopolis Distribution. Working as a head of production in Mallerich Films-Paco Poch on several projects such as TV documentaries, long feature documentaries and TV movies. Working also in consultancy, publishing and coordinating texts such as La production de longs métrages documentaries, Le cas de Paco Poch en Catalogne and Tax Shelter: 11 years of fiscal incentives channeled to Belgian Cinema, in collaboration with Fundació Catalunya Europa.
After receiving the degree in mass communication, Alessandro started his career at ITC Movie, a major Italian production company focusing on feature films, documentaries and commercials. He spent 5 years working as AP and PA on feature films and documentaries screened at some of the most important festivals worldwide (Venice, Berlin, Turin, Los Angeles etc…). After participating at the 2008 Eurodoc training programme he decided to focus on documentaries.
She joined Intermezzo Films as a producer in January 2011. She studied social sciences at the University of Fribourg and Lisbon and scriptwriting in Stuttgart. Previously she worked as a head of distribution for arthouse distributor Cineworx in Basel, as well as a Managing Director at Cinema Tous Ecrans Film Festival in Geneva, and other film and music festivals in Switzerland and abroad.
Ana Alexieva holds an M.A. degree in Media & Gender Studies (Ruhr University, Germany) and in Media & Digital Culture (University of Utrecht, NL). In 2011, she joined AGITPROP as a junior producer. AGITPROP is among the most successful and internationally awarded Bulgarian film companies. Ana completed EURODOC 2012 and EAVE Producers workshop 2013. She is also a project manager of the Balkan Documentary Center, a unique organization designed for strengthening the documentary scene on the Balkans.
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.
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