studied psychology (MA, 2006), philosophy (PhD, 2012) and film production (2012-13). He was a student of the philosopher and psychoanalyst, Slavoj Žižek. He works as a film critic, film curator, film book series writer and editor, TV show host & TV director.
Studied Law in ICADE, where he got the degree. While studying Jaime joined a theater company called Teatro del Común and after studies was hired by Magnolia T.V. to be part of the Camera Café team. After three years in television he came to New York to study filmmaking at NYFA, from where recently graduated. Jaime came back from NYC to Madrid in 2010 where he works as a writer and director for TV, advertisement and his personal projects.
Amsterdam based director Lisette Donkersloot studied Lifestyle&Design at the art academy Rotterdam, but decided to become a filmmaker instead. Being an autodidact she taught herself the job en created her recognizable visual style along the way which can be best described as feminine, sensual, stylistic and with a touch of surrealism. She started of with making music videos for a friend all by herself which eventually led to projects for internationally acclaimed Dutch artist like Mr. Probz, Afr
Emmanuel Adjei commenced a BA Fine Arts in Utrecht (2007). He graduated with two short experimental films that got nominated for the TENT Academy Awards, the Netherlands Media Art. Institute - Rene Coelho Award, The Ron Mandos Young Blood Award and the Jan Zumbrink Prize. In 2011 he was admitted to the graduation year of the BA Film at the Royal Academy of Arts (KASK) in Ghent, where he graduated with the short fiction film Mosh (2012). Both in 2013 and 2014 Emmanuel got honoured with a ‘Young T
Director and screenwriter, graduate from the Krzysztof Kieslowski Faculty of Radio and Television at the Silesian University in Katowice. One of the most award-winning young filmmakers in Poland. During studies he made many well received at international festivals films. The awards for his MAGMA include a prize at the Palm Springs ShortFest 2013, his ECLIPSE won the award for best director at the Shanghai International Film Festival 2012, while his FOR MADMEN ONLY received the Young Talent Award
Maciej’s short feature THE LAST WALTZ screened at Cannes Film Festival 2014, was nominated for Shorts Grand Prix at Warsaw Film Festiwal and at Cinema Forum 13th International Independent Feature Film Festival. Maciej Kawalski is a laureate of Munk Studio’s “30 minutes’ program, financing medium length shorts of artistic value. Maciej is an author of the script and a director of an animated film TRIBUTE OF SOLIDARITY. The film have been shown as a teaser to the movie WALESA: MAN OF HOPE directed
Cinematographer based in Warsaw. He is a graduate from the Cinematography and Photography of the Krzysztof Kieślowski Film Radio and Television Faculty at the University of Silesia in Katowice. He is the winner of the main prize at the 14th Kodak Student Commercial Competition. Among others he shot music video for polish artist Brodka “Krzyżówka Dnia” which was a nominee for the best video at Yach 2011 and the winner of Fryderyk Award 2012. Marcin is also experienced in working with internationa
Paul Ozgur | Born in The Netherlands, Paul Özgür studied Fine Arts for two years at the School of Arts. He applied to the Netherlands Film School (NFA) in Amsterdam to attend a 4 year BA-program with a specialisation in Cinematography. In 2013 his graduation film 'Magnesium' premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and won the Best Cinematography at the 2013 Camerimage Film Festival. After graduating in 2011, he decided to attend the Master-program in Cinematography at the National Film and
Graduated from the Cinematography Department of the Krzysztof Kieślowski Radio and Television Faculty, University of Silesia. Participant of prestigious Berlinale Talents in 2014. He has worked as a cinematographer at many award - winning short films. He was awarded the KODAK VISION PRIZE in Pisek, Czech Republic for his work in „SHAME”. Diploma film "MAGMA" has won many Grand Prix awards including Palm Springs Short Festival, Cambridge, Prague and Gdynia Film Festival. „MAGMA” was also nominate
Cinematographer based in London. He graduated from the National Film and Television School in 2015. Krzysztof earned a degree in Film and Television Cinematography and Photography at University of Silesia in Poland. His work as dop includes SHIT EATERS which was part of the official selection for over 15 festivals including the BFI London Film Festival 2014 and the London Short Film Festival 2015. He won the award for Best Cinematography at LA Cinema Festival of Hollywood for short film LAST WAL
Graduated from the Faculty of Cinematography at Lodz Film School (BA, 2006) and from the Faculty of Radio and Television – Cinematography Department at University of Silesia (MA, 2014). In 2012 he was awarded at Camerimage International Film Festival with the Special Prize of Polish Film Institute and Mastershot for the cinematography for the short film “All Souls’ Day” directed by Aleksandra Terpinska. In 2015 awarded with Laslo Kovac’s Golden Tadpole Award at Camerimage International Film Fes