Nori is an award-winning documentary filmmaker originally from Kyoto, Japan. Nori started his independent filmmaking career in New York when he enrolled at the School of Visual Arts. He debut "18 Seconds" won the Best Short at the Harlem International Film Festival. Another documentary directed by Nori "What's Invisible - the man who has never seen the stars" has won the New Perspective Award at the Kadoma International Film Festival. He has worked on a number of short, feature, commercial and music video as production staff and camera crew. He is currently editing his first feature documentary "Pure Land," which is about Home-Buddhism practiced by two Japanese immigrants.
Poverty Issues Of Developing Countries, Ethnographic Documentary, Buddhism, Personal Documentary, Documentary
Screenwriting, Editing, Cinematography, Directing
Documentary Producer, Documentary Director
Jack Losh is a journalist and filmmaker whose work spans conflict, conservation, traditional cultures and humanitarian issues
MARCELO FELIPE SAMPAIO
Documentary Director, Writer Director
MARCELO FELIPE SAMPAIO was born in São Paulo - Brazil on 1973. He's a filmmaker, musician and producer. He has directed commercials and both short and feature films. His movies have been on festivals in Brazil and around America Latina, North America and Europe. In 2016 he released his first feature film, the documentary THE LEGEND OF THE PARAGUAY WAR, that was screened in Brazil and in other parts of the world.In 2019 launched the award-winning ELDORADO - MENGELE ALIVE OR DEATH? which talks about the Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's visit to Brazil.
Music Documentaries, Journalistic Documentaries, Film Festivals
There is nothing to tell about me
Melissa Lesh founded Emerging Earth Films in 2014 as a way to bridge the arts and sciences, focusing on natural history and conservation stories. Partnering with National Geographic, she is the director and editor of Person of the Forest, a short film depicting newly discovered cultural behaviors in wild orangutans. More recently, she has contributed cinematography to the feature length film The Story of Plastic and is currently filming for Bootstraps, a documentary series highlighting income inequality in American (in production). Additionally, she has filmed for clients such as PBS, National Geographic Magazine, Nat Geo Wild and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Born in Mumbai, India and having grown up in Madison, Wisconsin, she now calls Richmond, Virginia home. See more of her work at www.emergingearthfilms.com
Yusuf Emre Yalçın
I was born in Sinop, Turkey, in 1985. Graduated from Radio-Cinema-Television department of Kocaeli University and now studying on Film&Television master program at Istanbul Bilgi University. I've worked on commercial films, music videos and television series as assistant director and post-production manager. I am working in the management team of Sinopale, International Sinop Biennial since 2006. I initiated Sinopale Film Festival in 2016. I accomplished my first documentary film “Tarzan Kemal: Story of a Citizen” in early 2016. I established my own production company in 2019. I live in İstanbul.