WE ARE A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF FILMMAKERS.
To help us develop the best user experience on our platform, we’ve been in discussions with filmmakers from all around the world. They’ll be part of an early community, where they will lend their experience to help us test the technology to make sure it’s as good as possible. We’ll be announcing more names in the coming weeks.
Co-Founder & CEO of CenterFrame, Bernhard started his filmmaking career more than 15 years ago. As a director, he completed 2 feature films and several shorts.
Petros is a director based in London. He's the first director ever to win two Chrystal Bears back to back for best short film at the Berlin Film Festival.
Kazkaz’s films have been recognized at the world’s leading film festivals including Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Tallinn, Tribeca and Abu Dhabi.
Chenglin's best-known film, Life Smartphone, has won Gold Medal of 44th Student Academy Awards® at International Animation Category and has been in shortlist for Best Animated Shorts of 90th Academy Awards®.
Andrew's short film, “A Reasonable Request”, was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. He’s currently in development on a feature film with 20th Century and a TV show with Vice.
Marie's first animation short film, co-directed with and written by Lola Halifa-Legrand, Blue Fear (aka Filles Bleues / Peur Blanche: French title) premiered at the Festival de Cannes 2020 and it has since toured over 50 festivals.
Nomawonga’s debut short film has had a successful festival run, showing at local film festivals such as the Durban International Film Festiva and international ones like Sundance Film Festival.
The shorts of the "Me Tube" trilogy were screened on more than 666 festivals (including two nominations at Sundance 2013 & 2016), received more than 66 awards, and gathered over 6 million web views.
Guille is a documentary filmmaker. Half Japanese, half Peruvian. His short 'Dulce' has been screened at film festivals around the world including Sundance, Doc NYC, IDFA, Toronto and New York Times Op-Docs, and won the Grand Prix at Palm Springs, Tampere and Tokyo Short Shorts.
Suzannah is the writer, director, and producer of 'AL-SIT', which won the Canal+ Award at Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival in 2021 as well as 6 Academy Award qualifying prizes.
Tony has written and directed an eclectic range of feature films, including PARIS 60, Japanese murder mystery RANDOM 11 with Haruka Abe, British Nollywood romantic comedy MUM, DAD, MEET SAM starring Joseph Benjamin.
Combining documentary and fictional approach, her works revolve around themes of memory, imagination and landscape. Her short film Espíritos e Rochas: um Mito Açoriano was nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2021.
Gonçalo studied Graphic Design and worked as a freelancer before moving to London to study at the London Film School in the MA Filmmaking program. His short film “THURSDAY NIGHT” was part of the official selection of Sundance 2018.
Everlane is is a Brazillian filmmaker specialising in Documentaries. Her films move between different genres and formats, highlighting the social, philosophical and spiritual issues of the black diaspora .
David started in showbiz as a gag writer. Then someone noticed he could draw and asked if he could write for animation. He went on to write episodes of Casper the Friendly Ghost for Universal, and then endless TV animation, including Dick King Smith’s Foxbusters starring Whoopi Goldberg and Joanna Lumley, which won a BAFTA for best animated series.
Winner of the GET IT MADE script competition, Stavros has been working professionally as a screenwriter since 2009. He has written four produced features, including the multi-award winning Shirley Adams, co-written with director Oliver Hermanus; an official selection at festivals including Locarno, Toronto, London, and Dubai.
Dana is an award-winning director of both fiction and documentary films. Nachman’s work has been seen by millions of people all over the world in theaters, on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+ and many other outlets.
An alumna of the Berlinale Script Station, the Locarno Filmmakers Academy and lately also the Jerusalem International Film Lab, her latest short film premiered at the Semaine de la Critique of Festival de Cannes.
His debut short film, Hair Tie, Egg, Homework Books, was selected into the 78th Venice International Film Festival in 2021, making Runxiao the youngest Chinese director in history to be nominated at one of the "Big Three" European film festivals.
Myrsini Aristidou was born and raised in Limassol, Cyprus. Her Film Aria premiered at the 74th Venice Film Festival and was nominated at Sundance in 2018.
Tim Wildgoose started working in movie production over 22 years ago and has worked in many departments of film production, most notably as a concept artist and designer for most of the major production companies - Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, HBO, Netflix and many more.
Maysaa Almumin is a Kuwaiti writer, director, and producer, recently named as an Arab Star of tomorrow by Screen International.
Alex Kahuam is an award winning director, writer, and producer who has been nominated at the top genre film festivals in the world such as: SITGES, LONDON FRIGHTFEST, BIFFF-Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and many more.
A.M. Lukas is a writer-director currently developing a series with Showtime and VICE Studios based on her short film One Cambodian Family Please for My Pleasure.
Elijah Ndoumbe is a multidisciplinary artist and moving image director. They work towards embodied methods of artistic connection, care and radical imagination.
Lukas Ladner was born 1991 in Innsbruck. From 2013 to 2017, he studied film and TV directing at the film university Babelsberg Konrad Wolf and is the director of the feature documentary "Eva-Maria."
Jörn is a BAFTA-nominated director based between London and Los Angeles. His short film “Over” won Best Film at over 12 international film festivals.