Denize Galiao is a Brazilian documentary filmmaker and editor based in Brazil and Germany.
Tamás Barta - Hurry, Mom's Waiting at Home
Eszter Hajdú is a film director, scriptwriter and producer based in Portugal and Hungary. She regularly lectures at universities, and holds workshops and masterclasses for film students and human rights activists. Her films cover social and political taboos.
2018 - Hungary 2018
2013 - Judgement in Hungary
2010 - Demon Hands
2008 - A fideszes zsidó, a nemzeti érzés nélküli anya és a mediáció
György Dobray (born in 1942, in Budapest, Hungary) graduated from the Department of Cinematography of the Film Academy in 1965. He produced documentary, educational and literary films for the Hungarian Television, and fiction films for the Hungarian Film Production Company. He is currently working on documentary and TV films, as well as a fiction film. He received the Hungarian Balázs Béla Award in 2010.
2018 - Ketten
2017 - Próbajáték
2005 - Gólyamese
2002 - Szerelem utolsó vérig (feature fiction)
1990 - K2
1988 - Szerelem második vérig (feature fiction)
1988 - K
1985 - Szerelem első vérig (feature fiction)
András Surányi has directed feature films, documentaries, TV films and radio productions. He is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and an external member of the European Film Academy. His films participated successfully in several international festivals.
Welcome to Chechnya
David France is an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker, bestselling author, and award-winning investigative journalist. His directorial debut, How To Survive a Plague, has been hailed as an innovative and influential piece of storytelling. It is regularly screened in university classrooms, and by community groups and AIDS service organizations. The film also garnered Academy Award and Emmy nominations, as well as a Peabody Award. His 2017 film, The Death & Life of Marsha P. Johnson, received rave reviews and won numerous festival prizes.
2017 - The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
2012 - How to Survive a Plague
Ai Weiwei (born in 1957, in Beijing, China) is an internationally renowned artist and political activist. He is appraised for making strong aesthetic statements that resonate with timely phenomena across today’s geopolitical world. From architecture to installations, social media to documentaries, Ai uses a wide range of mediums as expressions of new ways for his audiences to examine society and its values. Ai is the recipient of the 2015 Ambassador of Conscience Award from Amnesty International and the 2012 Václav Havel Prize for Creative Dissent from the Human Rights Foundation. Ai has made numerous documentaries about social and political issues that have won major film festival awards, including Disturbing the Peace (2009), One Recluse (2010), So Sorry (2012), Ordos 100 (2012) and Ai Weiwei’s Appeal ¥15,220.910.50 (2014). In the mid-2010s, Ai turned his attention to the global refugee crisis with several projects, including the 2017 documentary film Human Flow, his first feature-length documentary, which premiered at the 74th Venice Film Festival in competition. He is currently based in Berlin.
2020 - Coronation
2019 - The Rest
2017 - Human Flow
2013 - Stay Home
2012 - Ordos 100
2012 - So Sorry
2010 - One Recluse
2009 - Disturbing the Peace
2004 - Beijing 2003
Maria Arlamovsky works and lives with her family in Vienna. She studied metal sculpture in France, and film and intercultural competence in Austria.
2017 - Father Mother Donor Child
2016 - Future Baby
2011 - Looking for QI
2002 - Loud and Clear
1998 - Rubber Chicken Born at Home
Sung-A Yoon is a French cinematographer and artist who was born in South Korea, but is based in Brussels. She graduated from the National Superior School of Fine Arts of Paris-Cergy in 2005, and from the INSAS, a cinema school in Brussels, in 2008. Her short movies, directed between 2001 and 2011, were shown at exhibitions such as the L’Atelier du Jeu de Paume and the Busan’s Biennale. Her first short fiction, And I'll Keep in My Heart, was selected to Cannes - Cinéfondation. In 2012 she began searching for her father who had been absent since her childhood, and ended up with her first documentary feature, Full of Missing Links.
2012 - Full of Missing Links
2007 - And I'll Keep In my Heart (short fiction)
Maddy the Model
Jane Magnusson is a director, screenwriter and journalist. She graduated from Brown University in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in film and media studies. She was awarded the 2018 European Film Academy Award for Best Documentary for her film Bergman - A Year in a Life.