A graduate in Film and Media from the University of Copenhagen, Eva Jakobsen worked at Zentropa from 2004-2007 and joined Nimbus Film in 2008. She produced several shorts and was involved in such films as VALHALLA RISING and THE AMBASSADOR before producing her first feature film ANTBOY in 2012.
Árni Filippusson founded the production company Mystery Productions with Davið Óskar Ólafsson in 2006 after meeting at the European Film College in Denmark.
Petter Lindblad founded Snowcloud Films in early 2014 to focus on animation films for children and young people. Previous to this, Petter had worked at Copenhagen Bombay as a producer on Anders Morgenthaler's THE APPLE & THE WORM, Esben Toft Jacobsen's THE GREAT BEAR, and Sweden's first stereoscopic feature film BEYOND BEYOND, also by Toft Jacobsen.
Marta Velasco entered the film industry in 2000, working as a freelance producer before founding her own company Áralan Films with Gonzalo Bendala. She produced several shorts before her feature debut, Patricia Ferreira's Goya-nominated THE WILD ONES, in 2012.
A graduate of the Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris, Henning Kamm founded DETAiLFILM together with Fabian Gasmia in 2007. Their first successes included Supriyo Sen's short documentary WAGAH and David O'Reilly's THE EXTERNAL WORLD.
An EAVE graduate, Nuno Bernardo founded the Portuguese film, TV and digital studio beActive Entertainment and was nominated for International Digital Emmy Awards for the Brazilian mini-series FINAL PUNISHMENT and Jason Butler's Irish-Portuguese feature film COLLIDER.
After working for festivals in Switzerland, Elodie Brunner joined Box Productions in 2007 as an assistant and director of production. In 2010, she attended the Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris and became a partner in Box Productions in 2013.
European Film Promotion has announced the 24 participants selected for its 15th annual European networking platform which will be held 17-19 May 2014 during the Cannes film festival.
Olivia Musini joined Cinemaundici in 2010 after having worked for three years in the local production division at Warner Bros. in Paris and Rome.
Ivan Djurovic launched the first independent production company in Montenegro, Artikulacija Production, in 2001, and produced A VIEW FROM EIFFEL TOWER by Nikola Vukcevic.