Filmmakers

Rafael Thomaseto

Rafael Thomaseto is a Brazilian film director and producer based in Los Angeles. Rafael began his career in advertising while in São Paulo and then went on to work producing commercials, music videos and award-winning short films internationally. After an...

Rosa Friedrich

Rosa Friedrich was born in 1989 in Berlin, Germany. She is a director and writer, known for Buschow (2015), Spiel and Wander (2022)....

Warren Elgort

Warren Elgort is an American film director and photographer. He was born in New York City to photographer Arthur Elgort and opera director Grethe Holby....

Yuri Ancarani

Yuri Ancarani, born 1972 in Ravenna, is an Italian video artist and film maker. His works come from a continuous mingling of documentary cinema and contemporary art and are the result of a research aimed to explore regions which are...

Uisenma Borchu

Uizenma Borchu is a Mongolian-German film maker and film actress. In 1989, she moved with her family from Mongolia to East Germany, where she grew up. During the period of 2006-2015 she studied documentary film at the University of Television...

Syllas Tzoumerkas

Syllas Tzoumerkas was born in 1978 in Thessaloniki. His feature films Homeland (Venice, 2010), A Blast (Locarno, 2014) and The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (Berlinale, 2019) participated in over 200 festivals and got theatrically released in many countries around...

Su Hyui

Su Hui-Yu is interested in the connections between media, images, body, history and everyday life. In his videos, he explores both mass media’s impact on viewers, and the projection of viewers’ thoughts and desires onto media. Su additionally draws from...

Sam de Jong

Sam de Jong, Director: Prins. Sam de Jong is a director and writer, known for Prince (2015), Goldie (2019) and Magnesium (2012)....

Salka Tiziana

Salka TIZIANA (1992, Germany) grew up in a Spanish-German family in Barcelona. She began studying Art History and Social & Cultural Anthropology in Berlin and later studied Film in Hamburg and Buenos Aires. For the Time Being (2020), her feature...

Ramon Porto Mota

Ramon Porto Mota (Brazil) has been developing films and TV series as a screenwriter, producer and director since 2011. Following several shorts and the portmanteau film The Devil’s Knot (2017), A noite amarela/The Yellow Night is his debut feature. Filmography...

Rainer Kohlberger

Rainer Kohlberger is an Austrian born Freelance Visual Artist living in Berlin. His work is primarily based on algorithmically generated graphics that are exposed in live performances, experimental films and installations. For his work field he won the ZKM App...

Pedro Saieg

Pedro Saieg is a graduate from Film School at the Universidad de La Plata. In 2008 he cofounded Tangram Cine where he developed various projects for the networks Tecnopolis TV and FWTV as well as webseries such as ‘Un Año...

Patrick Von Barkenberg

Born June 27 # Seven Sleepers Day {German: Siebenschläfertag} Patrick cuts his teeth on music videos and commercials. At 24, he receives a Directing scholarship from the American Film Institute (AFI) . His graduation film “[Sun] dust” is awarded the...

Noel Loozen

Film director & Photographer represented by Halal Amsterdam. Lives and works in Amsterdam and during holidays in the rest of the world....

Noaz Deshe

Noaz Deshe was born on August 22, 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a cinematographer and director, known for White Shadow (2013), Radio Dreams (2016) and Lost River (2014)....

Nele Wohlatz

Nele WOHLATZ (1982, Germany) lives and works alternately in Germany and Argentina. She studied Film and Scenography at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design and thereafter increased her knowledge with multiple film studies in Buenos Aires. Wohlatz lectures in...

Nani Sahra Walker

Nani Sahra Walker is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and immersive producer at the Los Angeles Times and lecturer at UC Berkeley. Her previous work includes feature-length and short films for Amazon, The Atlantic, Washington Post, National Geographic, BBC, Guardian, San...

Mees Peijnenburg

Mees entered the world of film with his critically acclaimed debut ‘Even Cowboys Get to Cry’ (2013). Since then he’s been twice nominated for a Crystal Bear at Berlinale – for his graduating short and ‘A Hole in my Heart’...

Maya Korn

A UK/German native Maya is a LA based film producer. Her US company MHK Productions, is dedicated to uncovering stories in the genre space that highlight political issues, giving a voice to minority cultures. To date, she has produced films...

Mark Blane and Ben Mankoff

Mark Blane is a New York/Los Angeles based actor, writer and filmmaker originally from Indiana. He is known for writing, directing, and starring in the breakout indie dark comedy, ‘Cubby’ which toured globally in 2019 at festivals along with a...

Marie Grahto

Marie Grahtø is an award-winning writer/director. She is a twotime Danish Academy Award Robert nominee and has been appointed ‘Director to watch’ by the four largest film magazines in the Nordic countries. She has travelled festivals around the world with...

Manuel Correa

Manuel Correa was born in Medellin, Colombia in 1991. He lives and works in London, Correa is a MA candidate in Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University of London. Correa doesn’t work with any particular medium, but instead forms part of...

Malin Barr

Malin Barr is a Swedish actress based in Los Angeles. Her latest credits include the feature film Honeydew premiering at Tribeca Film Festival 2020, where she’s co-starring with Sawyer Spielberg and Barbara Kingsley. Malin has also worked on various series...

Louis Israel-Quinn

Louis Israel-Quinn is a London-based filmmaker whose first film, “Dancing Queen”, studied the origins of the classic dance moves of his nation’s very own Prime Minister Theresa May....

Lisa Rovner

With a background in political science, artist and filmmaker Lisa Rovner’s first serious introduction to cinema came while working in a New York video store. Encouraged by a customer to pursue directing, the Franco-American Rovner relocated to Paris and founded...

Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska

Pavol Liska and Kelly Copper began collaborating in 1997 and together they founded the theater company Nature Theater of Oklahoma in 2006. The company is committed to “making the work they don’t know how to make,” an approach yielding new...

Kami Chisholm

Dr. Kami Chisholm is a queer, disabled, activist filmmaker and arts curator whose work focuses on dismantling white supremacy, ending settler colonialism, and the quest for justice for those commonly denied access to the means to live and thrive. Chisholm...

Hunter Ray Barker

Hunter Ray Barker is a director and editor, known for The Great American Mud Wrestle (2018), Thunder Roll & The Arizona Steer Riders (2018) and Dexter (2006)...

Guetty Felin

Guetty Felin is an award-winning independent filmmaker, teacher, and film curator. Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and raised in New York, she holds an MFA from the university of Paris School of Cinema. Throughout her career, Felin has worked on factual...

Grace Rex

Grace Rex is a filmmaker from Indiana living in New York. Her experimental short film, Others, screened at Maryland FF, Bushwick FF and will play Slamdance FF this winter. This is She, a short she wrote and produced, is a...

Gonçalo Almeida

Gonçalo Almeida is a director and writer, known for Thursday Night (2017), Keep Me Company (2020) and The Quiet Time (2015)....

Gilles de Roo

Born : 1969, Lille, France Movies : Sheep , Winter (The Large Cats) , Vivat (that he lives) , Chassé Croisé Awards : Locarno International Film Festival – Filmmakers of the Present: Ciné + Special Jury Prize , Swatch First...

Eva

Eva Aridjis is an award-winning Mexican-American director. She has directed five feature films, including three documentaries. Children of the Street shows the gritty reality of four children living on the streets of Mexico City and was nominated for two Arieles...

David Clay Diaz

David Clay Diaz is a writer and director, known for Agony (2016), Fragments: A Dream of David Clay Diaz (2013) and Existentia (2012)....

Daniel Hoesl

Daniel HOESL (1982, Austria) studied in Salzburg, Vienna and at FAMU in Prague. After working in the arts for a while, he began working for filmmakers such as Ulrich Seidl (on his Paradise trilogy) and Michael Glawogger. Hoesl is interested...

Angelo Raaijmakers

Angelo Raaijmakers graduated from the AKV|ST Joost – School of Fine Arts and Design in 2015. His graduation film SAD SPIRIT was screened at 10 festivals both in the Netherlands and internationally. For the Dutch broadcaster the VPRO Angelo made CORN,...

Andres Kaiser

Member of the National System of Art Creators (SNCA), Mexico. For six years, he wrote under the gaze of Vicente Leñero in the literary workshop Only Thursdays, while developing his career as a film editor working with directors such as...