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Pietro was born in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) with Italian blood. He graduated in Audiovisual Communication at UCM, pursuing part of his studies at La Sapienza (Rome). Master’s Degree in Management of the Film Industry (UC3M). In 2016, he founded Océano Entertainment, a production company of commercial films with soul. After his career as a model in cities such as New York, Milan, London or Barcelona he completed the Full Cycle in the Studio Corazza, whose director and founder is Javier Bardem’s acting coach. He collaborated with Manglano in the past, with whom he shot a short documentary in Calcutta in 2014 and the “Misericordiae series”, composed of 4 documentary shorts, shot ins Colombia in 2015.
Nathaniel Ross Kelly
Writer, Filmmaker, Educator, & Miniature Golf Champion.
Co Producer, Co Director
Co-Producer and Co-Director of Li'l Liza Jane: A Movie About A Song. Author of non/fiction (stories), Bloodcoal & Honey (poems), Buildings Without Murders (novel, forthcoming), and Metacarpalism (poems, forthcoming). Vocalist for punk jazz band Joy on Fire.
My Co-Producer and Co-Director is Emily Cohen, who is Director of KHOL 89.1 in Jackson, Wyo., the only independent radio station in Wyoming. Emily is also a designer and fiddler. She has mad drawing skills.Interests
Music Documentaries, Feature DocumentariesSkills
Moroccan filmmaker and visual artist.
Currently based in Paris, France.
Cinematographer, Editor, Director, Producer
Matthew Hashiguchi is a recipient of a 2019 Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund Award for his documentary, THE ONLY DOCTOR. His first feature-length documentary, GOOD LUCK SOUP, was broadcast nationally on PBS World’s America ReFramed, received a 2016 Documentary Fund Award from the Center for Asian American Media and premiered at the 2016 Cleveland International Film Festival. The GOOD LUCK SOUP project also includes additional transmedia components, a web-based, interactive documentary and a virtual reality documentary that have been presented at film festivals and gallery exhibitions around the world. His documentary shorts have addressed topics such as undocumented immigration (AMERICAN DREAMING, 2018), unexpected experiences in the Japanese American Internment Camps (PEOPLE AREN’T ALL BAD, 2013) and preserving community in post-Katrina New Orleans (THE LOWER 9, 2012) and have screened at many other festivals including the Atlanta Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Heartland Film Festival and has also been published in The New York Times and The Washington Post. In addition to filmmaking, Matthew is an Assistant Professor in Multimedia Film & Production at Georgia Southern University.
Director Of Photography
Producer at Reason TV
Soho Forum Liaison at Reason
Consulting Producer, Story Producer, Produce, Writer And Producer, Assistant Producer
Kyle Burt is a producer and marketing specialist who transitioned from advertising to creative content in 2016. He has managed a range of productions from multi-million-dollar national ad campaigns for Nestlé and LG to microbudget independent series, with premieres at NewFest, OutFest, and Frameline Film Festival. Kyle is a member of the LGBTQ+ community and saw the 2016 Election as his calling to create meaningful content to empower, support, and lift the voices with stories to be told. Kyle holds a B.S.in Business & Marketing from San Jose State University and is based in New York City.Interests
Comedies, Documentaries And Films, Dark ComedySkills
Set Design, Crew Management, Talent Management, Interviewing, Location Managing, Line Producing, Art Direction, Screenwriting
Documentary Director, Cinematographer
Jake Homovich is a documentary photographer and filmmaker based between Asia and America. His most recent work has focused on documenting the Qiang and Tibetan minorities of western Sichuan, and in the past has worked with companies such as VICE and Chengdu Expat. Spending the first half of his life living in upstate New York, this film is tells the story of his family and the community close to his heart.
Event Coverage, Documentary Film, PhotographySkills
Score, Photography, Cinematography
Editor, Writer, Director
Jingjing is a Sundance Writer's Lab semifinalist and a Sundance Sloan Foundation semifinalist. She has held fellowships at the New York Public Library and the Middlebury Script Lab, and won best female director and awards in excellence at AT&T, the Princeton Indpt. Film Festival, and more. Her short film about a Chinese cowboy has screened at the Seattle Asian American Film Festival, the Cleveland International Film Festival, the Museum of the Chinese in America and more. Her work has been featured in Paper Magazine and AM New York.Interests
Narrative Fiction, DocumentariesSkills
Line Producing, Writing, Editing
Filmmaker and Video Journalist.Skills
Thérèse Casper (née Heliczer) graduated from THE FILM SCHOOL and Wesleyan University. As an emerging filmmaker, Casper has been very active in the independent Seattle film community for the past several years and thanks the mentorship and resources from the Seattle Documentary Association, Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), Women in Film and Northwest Film Forum. Casper was a programmer for the Post Alley Film Festival and was a cast member in the short film, “Signs Everywhere,” and the feature film, "The Boy Who Lived Before." Casper has spent the last 20 years in public sector communications and project management. Currently, she is a project manager at the Seattle Department of Transportation where she manages over $50 million in transportation projects.
Zoey Martinson is co-Artistic Director of Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative. Her play Olityelwe (Formally Ndebele Funeral) won the Overall Excellence Award for Best Play in the New York City Fringe Festival, toured South Africa and Scotland’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival after a run Off- Broadway at 59E59 Theaters. Her short film La Oposición recently won the Grand Jury Prize at The March on Washington Film Festival and Special Jury Award at Souq Film Festival in Milan. Martinson co-created/ directed Skype Duet, winning the 100 Grand award at the HAU2 Theater in Berlin then toured throughout Europe. Directed world premiere of Jeremy Kamps’ Gutting at the National Black Theater in Harlem. She produced and directed an Arts Mission for the U.S. Consul General to South Africa’s informal settlements. She was the acting coach for Netflix 'Beasts of No Nation’ and upcoming feature film ‘Skate Kitchen'.
Martinson holds an MFA from NYU TISCH. Directing Fellow at Manhattan Theater Club, Dramatist Guild Playwriting Fellow, and formerly an Artistic Mentor Fellow at Lincoln Center. Her work has been nominated for Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award, featured on BBC World Service and published in five anthologies. Recently named the 18 Women Making Black History by Popsugar.com She is currently developing her new piece “The Black History Museum… According to the United States of America” at HERE Arts Center in NYC.
She is also developing a new Virtual Reality project called #HashtagProject that recently went up in the Vorspiel at the Transmediale in Berlin.
Anja Dalhoff Nielsen
I'm a Danish filmdirector and owner of the film company Danish Doc Production. My mission is to make documentaries.
Focus on my topics are primarily social, humanistic and anthropological areas. Since 2005, I specialized in the subject global human trafficking and over a period I have directed 6 documentary films with different angles on this theme. These films are supported by the Danish television (DR), the Danish Film Filminstitute, The Foreign ministry, the UN and the Center for Human Trafficking. Danish Doc Production was started in 2003. The owner behind; director, film photographer and Producer Anja Dalhoff has 25 years of experience in the whole spectrum of documentary production. Including instruction, development, financing, production and co-production international and national. It is the vision that Danish Doc Production makes documents! Lm off high quality that sticks to the viewer's retina and is not equal to shake off again. This, regardless of whether the film is about the weakest in our society, about cultural phenomena or documentaries an anthropological approach.
Writer, Director, Producer
Marjuan Canady, a native Washingtonian with Trinidadian/African-American roots, is an award winning entrepeneur, writer, performer, director, educator and producer for both film and the stage. Canady’s work has been highlighted in international publications, such as The Washington Post, The Trinidad Guardian, Blavity, LA Times, Black Enterprise, Huffington Post, Madame Noire and Vice-ID. She has worked with notable institutions such as Sesame Street, The Smithsonian Institute, The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy, Georgetown University, The Moscow Art Theater School and the Negro Ensemble Company, to name a few. Canady is the founder and CEO of her multimedia production company, Sepia Works. She is the CEO / Author / Co-Creator of the children’s media brand, Callaloo. Originally conceived as a theatrical play, Marjuan has led her team in building Callaloo into a global brand consisting of books, puppet shows, digital content, animation, arts education programming and merchandise. Canady’s first children’s book, “Callaloo: A Jazz Folktale” was self-published in 2013 in which she received the First Time Author’s Award from the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago. Canady’s other children’s books include, “The Legend of the Golden Coqui”, “Did You Know Coloring Book”, “La Leyenda del Coqui Dorado” and “The Trickster and the Magic Quilt.“
An accomplished playwright and stage performer, her one-woman play, ”Girls! Girls? Girls.” has been featured Off-Broadway and at international festivals and theaters. Her play, “Callaloo: A Jazz Folktale “was a selected play at the 2013 Lincoln Center for Performing Arts Director’s Lab. Ms. Canady has held fellowships at the Matteo Ricci Society, The Schomburg Center for Black Research and Culture and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute. Past grants and awards include, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Harlem Stage, Eileen Fisher Community Grant, Beacon DC Women’s Grant, Caribbeana Diversity Media Award and the DC TIVAA Award. Her diverse acting work includes plays, films, television, commercials and voice overs. Canady recently starred and co-produced the short film “The Resort “ shot in Trinidad and Tobago which had a successful international film festival run and currently streams on Issa Rae’s Youtube Channel. Currently she is directing her first short-documentary, “Girls! Girls? Girls. ” set to release in 2018. In 2015, Canady established her non-profit organization, Canady Foundation for the Arts , whose mission is to educate, empower and implement innovative arts and media programs for young people of color. In three years, Canady’s non-profit has served over 3,000 young people worldwide.
Marjuan is a graduate of Duke Ellington School of the Arts and holds a B.A. in Theater/African Studies from Fordham University and her M.A. in Arts Politics from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She currently resides in Washington, DC.
Suspense, Action, Narrative, Comedy, Drama, DocumentarySkills
Film Director, Cameraperson, Producer
Marwa Zein El Abdin Seed Ahmed Fadl Arbab
Explorer and Creator - Artist
Sudanese, was born in Mecca , Saudi Arabia, lived & studied in Cairo, Egypt and now between Sudan and France.
After studying Chemical Engineering for 3 years in Cairo University, she decided to quit & pursued studying Film Directing at the High Institute of Cinema in Cairo; graduated in 2009 with an honorable mention.
Since studying film, she has been working as Assistant Director in Egypt / Lebanon with great film directors such as “ Dawoud Abdelsayed , Hala Khalil, Khairy Beshara , Dr. Sherif Sabri and Shady El-Fakharany”
She’s an Alumni of many prestigious film institutions such as Berlin-ale, IDFA Academy & Durban Talent Campus and Denmark Film School.
Her graduation project “ A game” is award winning short film internationally and nationally that was translated into 5 languages, and selected in Cannes Short Corner 2010
Cultural Resource ” Al Mawred Al Thaqafy “ selected her to document the work of AL MAWRED and Cultural policies campaign in Egypt 2012| 2013|2014
Her new short fiction “One week, Two days” is award winning short fiction, had its World premiere in Dubai International Film Festival and Officially selected in more than 17 International film festivals since then.
Now she’s working on her 1st Long documentary film “Offside in Khartoum”that is supported by CNC, IDFA ,AFAC and Alter-Cine. The film in Post-production stage to be released 2018
ORE Productions is her own production company based in Khartoum- Sudan.
Since 2014, She is working as film programmer for Sudan Independent Film FestivalInterests
Feature Fictions, Short Films, Experimental Films, DocumentariesSkills
Innovative Web Developer specializing in web-based-data-driven applications and rest API web services.Interests
Full Stack Web DevelopmentSkills
Creative Director at Access Nashua Community Television
Documentary Producer, Professor, Director
Marcia Rock’s work covers international dilemmas, women’s issues as well as personal perspectives. She has received many awards including three NY Emmys. Her new doc, Unreined, is about a female American Israeli equestrian champion and trainer. Her recent films on veterans include Soldiers Period, Warriors Return about the Navajo and SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home. In 1997, she covered the changing role of women in Northern Ireland with Daughters of the Troubles: Belfast Stories. McSorley’s New York, tells the story of the NY Irish. Dancing with My Father looks at how adult love is shaped by childhood models. Surrender Tango explores tango as a metaphor for relationships. Rock is the director of News and Documentary at the NYU Carter Journalism Institute and she co-authored with Marlene Sanders, Waiting for Primetime: The Women of Television News.
Producing, Cinematography, Directing
I am a documentary film director and am passionate about telling great stories, especially ones that build empathy and bring you into a totally different world than your own. I am also passionate about more women gaining more of a real and powerful space in the filmmaking ecosystem, at every level, from directing to producing to filming to - everything!
I just finished a feature film about one of the last cultural taboos - death - explored through the eyes of someone who grew up in a funeral home and decided not to take over his family business. It's called Death in the Family and played internationally on Al Jazeera English.Interests
Women Directors, Shorts, Narrative, DocumentariesSkills
Feedback, Story Editing, Writing, Producing, Directing