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  • Marianna Kaat

    Marianna Kaat She graduated from the St.Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy, Russia. Till 1991 she worked as a script editor and a director for Eesti Telefilm Studio. She was the manager of acquisitions for the Estonian National Television for five years., and in 1998 Marianna founded her own production company Baltic Film Production and since then she produce and direct documentary films and serials for different TV channels, among them NPS (Netherlands), YLE Teema (Finland), MDR/ARD (Germany), LTV (Latvia).
    Her latest film ”Pit no.8” will be screened during One World Romania in a special event dedicated to high school students.

  • Stephen Marshall

    Stephen Marshall After co-founding the popular underground news site Guerrilla News Network (GNN) in 2000, Stephen directed more than 15 NewsVideos, including the Sundance Award-winning, Crack the CIA, as well as controversial music videos for Beastie Boys, Eminem and 50 Cent. Additionally, he wrote two non-fiction books, True Lies (Penguin/Plume, 2004) and Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing (Disinformation/Virgin, 2007). His first feature documentary, BattleGround: 21 Days on the Empire’s Edge won the Silver Hugo for Best Documentary at the 2004 Chicago International Film Festival.

    His new feature documentary, "Holy Wars", has been selected for competition at some of the world's most prestigious festivals, including AFI/Discovery Silverdocs and IDFA.

  • Maya Zinshtein

    Maya Zinshtein Maya Zinshtein, Israeli documentary producer. Among her work: “Thieves by Law" (2010, international coproduction. Channel 2, Israel, ARTE/ZDF Germany, Multicanal – Odisea, Spain) , "Just like home" (2009, Channel 2, Israel), "The Successor" (2008 Channel 1, Israel). 

  • Allard Detiger

    Allard Detiger Allard Detiger is a Dutch documentary filmmaker who finished the school of the Arts of Utrecht in 2003. After that he made several documentaries, a lot of them situated in Russia. ‘We love Putin’ (2003) a film about the popularity of Vladimir Putin and how people see him as a popster. ‘Kresty, hope dies last’ a documentary about the psychiatric department of the famous Kresty prison in Saint Petersburg. ‘Kasparov’s Other Russia’ (2009) Multiple world champion chess, Garry Kasparov, exchanges the chess game for the political game. This film is a unique personal portrait of Kasparov, a man with ambitions, dreams and ideals. A lot of themes like hero-worshipping, religion and nationalism are combined in his new observational film "The New Saint".

  • Kristof Bilsen

    Kristof Bilsen

    After a BA in filmmaking in Brussels, Kristof worked as a cinematographer, editor and director in contemporary theatre and dance  and co-directed several plays and dance performances for youngsters. 
    The first documentary he directed was 'Three women', a film about female detainees in the Ghent prison (Belgium), which was shortlisted for the Henri Storck Prize 2005.
    "The Perfect Belgian" will premiere at One World Romania.

  • Matthew Torne

    He is an experienced producer specializing in researching, developing and producing documentaries. Matthew studied film and History at the University of Kent and film production at the Hong Kong Film Academy. He has a Masters degree from Oxford University in Modern Chinese Studies and lived in China for three years. He has five years as a professional editor and producer.
    He is currently associate producer of the award winning documentary ‘Enemies of the People’ working with producer Rob Lemkin. Matthew is dedicated to producing films built on rigorous analysis of their subject matter, combined with dynamic story telling to bring powerful stories to the screen.

  • Srdjan Knezevic

    Srdjan Knezevic

    Graduated for from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and obtained an MA from the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade and a PhD in Film Studies.
    Author of more than 50 works in the field of cinema studies. Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts Sciences in Belgrade and Academy of Science (Film Department) in Montenegro. His first feature documentary was "Bridging Minds" (2006) and his latest film, "Center for Washing Films", premiered at the International Film Festival Bratislava in 2010.

  • Erik Gandini

    Erik Gandini

    Award-winning director/producer Erik Gandini, was born and raised in Italy, and moved to Sweden at the age of 19. His 1994 debut feature Raja Sarajevo, shot in war-torn Sarajevo, gained great international acclaim. In 2000, he co-founded Atmo with Kristina Åberg and Tarik Saleh.
    Since 1994, Erik has produced and directed a number of documentaries, the most recent one being "Videocracy".

  • Andreas M. Dalsgaard

    Andreas M. Dalsgaard

    He holds a BA in Anthropology Studies from the Aarhus University in Denmark and University Denis Diderot Paris VII. At both places his focus has been Afghanistan, based on several trips to the country from 2003 onwards. Since 2001 he has been working on productions within Xanadu Productions and Haslund Film, directing films for Danish TV in Paris, Denmark, Afghanistan, America and China. 
    He directed "Bogota Change" as a part of "Cities on Speed", a project produced by the Danish company Upfront Films.

  • Jorge Leon

    Jorge Leon He graduated from the Brussels Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle (INSAS) and has been working as a photographer and film director. As a photographer, he worked for Belgian and foreign artists and companies (Olga de Soto, Wim Vandekeybus and Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods). Léon’s photos have been exhibited at various locations across Belgium and abroad and were published in newspapers such as The Times and Libération. At the 1999 Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Léon created his installation Unfinished Stories. More recently he has been active primarily as a filmmaker, his most recent project being "Vous Etes Servis".

  • Maria Royo

    Maria Royo

    The director of Rediscovering Pape is a Fulbright scholar who has directed several short documentaries so far. She received an MFA in Media Arts Production at City College of New York after completing her BA in Media Communications, at the University of Sevilla in Spain.
    Maria's vast experience comes from the fact that she worked as director and writer on several short documentary films, handling different formats: 16mm, HD, HDV,DV and Super 8mm. She is also experienced as a production designer on several short films, some of which have won awards and nominations at film festivals in Spain, such as Sitges,RTVA prize, Jaja Festival.

  • Lutz Heineking Jr

    Lutz Heineking Jr

    Director of the opening film at One World Romaia 2011. He has been a director and producer of short films, commercials, videos since 2003, and in 2009 he graduated from the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
    He was nominated in 2003 Award for Documentary Treatment Telepool / BR, received the special jury mention at the Cinema Jove 2009 for his short film "Donation Addiction" and in 2010 he was awarded the King Pilsner.

  • Marc Isaacs

    Marc Isaacs

    He began his career in 1995, working in documentary films as an assistant producer. After gaining some experience by working for Channel 4 and BBC, he helped Pavel Pawlikowski with his films Twockers and Last Resort. Marc worked for BBC again, directiong Lift and Lifters, two documentaries on the underground culture of shoplifting, both being nominated for a BAFTA Craft Award in Great Britain.
    "Men of the City" is his latest documentary, which he filmed over two years in the City of London, which is a one square mile area in London.

  • Gaetano Di Vaio

    Gaetano Di Vaio

    He started his career as a producer in 2004 by starting the cultural association “Figli del Bronx” , which  developed into a production company. In 2006, he produced the movie Beneath the Same Moon by Carlo Luglio, presented at Locarno Film Festival. In 2007, he participated as location manager in the tough area of Scampia for the award winning movie Gomorrah by Matteo Garrone and in 2007, he coproduced the movie "Napoli, Napoli, Napoli" by Abel Ferrara, presented in the Official Selection of the 66th Mostra di Arte Cinematografica di Venezia.
    In 2010, Gaetano Di Vaio produced and directed his first documentary, Il Loro Natale (Their Christmas), that was presented at the 67th Mostra di Arte Cinematografica di Venezia in the Controcampo Italiano section.

  • Emily Kunstler

    Emily Kunstler

    She is an activist and documentary filmmaker. She has produced, directed and edited a series of short documentaries including Tulia, Texas: Scenes from the Drug War (2003), which won the Best Documentary Short Film at the Woodstock Film Festival.
    In 1999, Emilly Kunstler and her sister Sarah Kunstler founded Off Center Media, a documentary production company. Off Center exposes through mass-media the injustices in the criminal justice system. They directed and produced through their company the documentary William Kunstler - Disturbing the Universe, which premiered in 2009 at the Sundance Film Festival. 
    Emily Kunstler also worked as a video producer for Democracy Now!, an independent news channel.