Anaïs Volpé (HEIS)

Anaïs Volpé (HEIS)

Posted on February 1, 2017

Anaïs Volpé is a filmmaker, a visual artist and an actress. She likes mixing arts and exploring new way of narrations. Between 2006 and 2011 she works in theaters as an actress, that opens her perspective of artistic research in stage direction. In 2012, she is admit in the « Théâtre National de La Colline ...

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Daniel Warth (Dim the Fluorescents)

Daniel Warth (Dim the Fluorescents)

Posted on February 1, 2017

Since graduating from Sheridan College, Daniel Warth has written and directed sketch comedy, music videos, commercials, and short films, including “It Won’t Be Long” (Official Selection: NSI Online Short Film Festival), “Petty Thieves” (Official Selection: Rhode Island International Film Festival) and “Future Assassin” (which aired on Comedy Central). “Dim the Fluorescents” is his first feature.

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Katja Wik (The Ex-Wife)

Katja Wik (The Ex-Wife)

Posted on February 1, 2017

Writer & director Katja Wik is known for her former work as a casting director for feature films Force Majeure (2014), PLAY (2011) and Involuntary (2008) by Ruben Östlund, as well as Roy Andersson films and numerous commercials. Her short film debut Victim-Mentality Rhetoric won the Startsladden Audience Award at Göteborg Film Festival 2013. She ...

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Grzegorz Zariczny (Waves)

Grzegorz Zariczny (Waves)

Posted on January 31, 2017

I was born in 1983 in Poland and I grew up in a small village near Cracow where I’ve lived until today. In 2008 I attended a documentary course at Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. Furthermore, I graduated from The Silesian University in Katowice finishing the study of directing at Krzysztof Kieślowski Radio ...

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Nino Basilia (Anna’s Life)

Nino Basilia (Anna’s Life)

Posted on January 29, 2016

Nino Basilia, born in Georgia, is a director and scriptwriter. She studied at the High School Of Scriptwriters and Filmmakers and Tbilisi Pedagogical Institute, Faculty of Philology. She also has a degree in journalism at Georgian State University. Among her many films 6 ½ Minutes was the winner of Moscow Film Festival. “I had a ...

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Igor Drljaca (The Waiting Room)

Igor Drljaca (The Waiting Room)

Posted on January 29, 2016

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Igor Drljača moved to Canada in 1993. He completed his Master’s in Film Production at York University’s graduate program in 2011. He runs the production company TimeLapse pictures with Albert Shin. His award winning shorts include WOMAN IN PURPLE (2010), and THE FUSE: OR HOW I BURNED SIMON BOLIVAR ...

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Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken (Returning Home)

Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken (Returning Home)

Posted on January 28, 2016

Å VENDE TILBAKE (2015) is Norwegian director Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken’s first feature length film. He wrote the screenplay as well, which is based on his own childhood experiences. Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken (born 1989) grew up in Hamar, and has studied media science in Norway and the UK. He is a self-taught filmmaker and trained cinema ...

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Ines Tanović (Our Everyday Life)

Ines Tanović (Our Everyday Life)

Posted on January 26, 2016

Director and Screenwritter Bosnian filmmaker Ines Tanovic graduated in dramaturgy from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo and embarked on a professional career as a scriptwriter. She began directing short films and documentaries in the late 1980s, including Circles (1987), Exhibition (2009), A Day on the Drina (2011), Mine (2012) and Geto 59 (2014). ...

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Roni Ezra (Everything’s Gonna Be Pink)

Roni Ezra (Everything’s Gonna Be Pink)

Posted on April 17, 2015

Roni Ezra was born in 1973 in Copenhagen. Educated at the Film school Super16, he graduated as a director in 2008. He has written and directed short films and is now affiliated with Nordic Film Production as a scriptwriter and director. Roni wrote the script for the Academy Award-nominated short film “Helmer and Son” and ...

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Kenneth Kokin (Blood Moon)

Kenneth Kokin (Blood Moon)

Posted on April 11, 2015

Kenneth Kokin has produced and worked as a second unit director on many award winning films, including “The Usual Suspects” that received several BAFTAs, Independent Spirit Awards and two Academy Awards. Kokin has been directing films since the age of 14 and has just completed shooting his first feature project. It is a drama that tackles a dark ...

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Ben Cura (Creditors)

Ben Cura (Creditors)

Posted on April 11, 2015

Ben Cura is a British film, television and theatre actor, director and writer. He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).   Ben made his film debut in British Indie Comes a Bright Day. He also appeared in Comedy Central’s series Threesome, Bernard Rose’s film The Devil’s Violinist and Danny Boyle’s ...

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Marcin Malaszczak (The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills)

Marcin Malaszczak (The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills)

Posted on February 4, 2015

Marcin Malaszczak * 17.05.1985 Kowary (Poland) Born in Poland, Marcin Malaszczak immigrated to West Berlin with his parents as a child. He studied Film Directing at the German Film and Tele- vision Academy (dffb). His first feature length film “Sieniawka” premiered at the 63rd Berlinale (Forum) in 2013. It won several awards including the Best ...

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Zvonimir Juric (The Reaper)

Zvonimir Juric (The Reaper)

Posted on October 7, 2014

Zvonimir Juric was born in 1971. In 1999, he graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. Since then, he has directed several documentaries, two shorts and two feature films based on his own screenplays. “The Blacks”, 2009, co-directed by Goran Devic, was  internationally acclaimed and won three Grand ...

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Aleksandra Gowin & Ireneusz Grzyb (Little Crushes)

Aleksandra Gowin & Ireneusz Grzyb (Little Crushes)

Posted on May 6, 2014

Aleksandra Gowin (1986) is a Polish film director and editor. She  graduated in film editing from the Leon Schiller National Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź. As an editor, she collaborated with award-winning Polish directors, such as Tomasz Wasilewski (Floating Skyscrapes– Karlovy Vary IFF, Tribeca FF; In the Bedroom – Mannheim-Heidelberg IFF) or Grzegorz Jaroszuk ...

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Arto Halonen (Princess)

Arto Halonen (Princess)

Posted on April 16, 2014

Finnish filmmaker Arto Halonen is the director of the award-winning dramatic feature Princess, one of the highest-grossing Finnish films of the last 10 years. In 2005 he received the Finland Prize, the nation’s highest cultural award. He has also won the Humanitarian Award of the European Union, and is only the third filmmaker ever to ...

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Rafael Lewandowski (Minkowski | Saga)

Rafael Lewandowski (Minkowski | Saga)

Posted on January 24, 2014

Rafael LEWANDOWSKI was born in 1969 to a French mother and a Polish father.  He graduated in Film Directing from La fémis in Paris. After directing several short films, he began working on documentaries: Cela, A Shadowed Gaze, Hearings, Children of Solidarność… While working on these films, which deal with the relationship between the individual ...

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Hisham Zaman (Before Snowfall & Letter to the King)

Hisham Zaman (Before Snowfall & Letter to the King)

Posted on January 11, 2014

Hisham Zaman (b. 1975), graduated from The Norwegian Film School at Lillehammer in 2004. His short film The Bridge (2003), made in collaboration with fellow students and privately financed, won The Norwegian Playwright’s Association’s Award for Best Screenplay at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in 2003. His diploma film The Roof (2004) was invited to, ...

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Luiso Berdejo (Violet)

Luiso Berdejo (Violet)

Posted on January 7, 2014

Luiso Berdejo was born in San Sebastian in 1975. After writing and directing several successful short films, in 2007 he moved to Los Angeles, where he directed his first feature, The New Daughter (2009), starring Kevin Costner. He combined the directing and writing of feature films, including successes like the franchise. He has also ...

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Matevž Luzar (Good to go)

Matevž Luzar (Good to go)

Posted on December 10, 2013

MATEVŽ LUZAR is one of Slovenia’s most talented young directors. He graduated from film school with the acclaimed short film Wolfy (Vučko) which was nominated for an Honorary Foreign Award at the 35th Annual Student Academy Awards® competition. In addition, it won the Grand Prix at the 30th Montpellier International Festival of Mediterranean Film, was ...

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Catherine Martin (A Journey)

Catherine Martin (A Journey)

Posted on December 9, 2013

Catherine Martin was born in Québec. She studied visual arts in college and went on to do Fine Arts at Concordia University in Montréal, where she studied film and photography. Catherine Martin writes and directs all her films. They have been selected by many international festivals and have won awards both at home and abroad. ...

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