Filmmakers

Born in 1965 in China, Screenwriter/Director Ye Lou is known as one of the ‘Sixth Generation’ Directors of Chinese cinema.…

Isao Takahata (高畑 勲, born October 29, 1935) is a Japanese film director, animator, screenwriter and producer who has earned…

The 41 year-old Aleksandr Kott is a true student of international cinema culture. His first avenue of study was at…

Born in the Kurdish city of Baneh in 1976, Taha Karimi embraced film academia and the passing on of his…

Born in China in 1947, Ann Hui is an award-winning actress, director, producer and sometimes screenwriter from the critically acclaimed…

Mi-re Kim is an award-winning documentary director and producer. Based in Seoul, Mi-re was born on a small farm in Korea’s North Chungcheong province. She is on the steering committee of the Association of Korean Independent Film & Video.

Mi-Re Kim’s films often comment on gender discrimination in male-dominated workplaces and the ways that female workers must fight against it. She directed the film Always Dream of Tomorrow in 2001, and most recently completed the 2013 documentary Sanda, about the daily lives of middle-aged workers at a telecom company in Korea. The documentary has won praise for its examination of the way real workers are surviving by just scraping by–especially in the current economic climate.

Khalil Dreifus Zaarour Khalil Dreifus Zaarour, MFA. Writer & director of the short film “THE WINDOW”(13’) and ‘Malakai: Scent of…

Ali Samadi Ahadi Director and author Ali Samadi Ahadi was born in 1972 in the north Iranian city of Tabriz. In 1985,…

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