Teréz Hollo-Klausen holds a Master of Arts degree and entered the film industry in 1999 in various functions before producing the short LUGGAGE in 2005.
After working as a film critic and festival programmer, Konstantinos Kontovrakis moved into production in 2009, serving as an executive producer on WASTED YOUTH and BOY EATING THE BIRD'S FOOD.
After studying Law and Politics, Tristan Goligher worked as a runner and assistant director before joining The Bureau as a development executive in 2008.
A graduate in Ethnology, Ognen Antov set up his company Dream Factory Macedonia to produce feature films, TV productions and documentaries.
After graduating in Business Law, Economy and Finance, Mathias Rubin worked in the acquisitions and co-productions division at Miramax Film. In 1999, he joined Natixis Coficine as an account officer for production and distribution companies.
TALLINN: Kiur Aarma, Estonian film producer, screenwriter and musician had an international hit with the 2009 documentary Disco and Atomic War, which he produced and co-wrote (best documentary at Jihlava and Warsaw).
EFP introduces 29 producers during Producers on the Move 2013. The following producers represent France, Belgium, the U.K. and Finland.
EFP introduces 29 producers during Producers on the Move 2013. The following producers represent Germany, Montenegro, the Netherlands, and Italy.
BUDAPEST: Budapest native Andrea Taschler trained as a dramaturg but was talked into working in film production. She started out as an assistant director in 2000, moving up the ranks to location manager, production manager, line producer and finally producer on the 2010 critically acclaimed film Bibliothèque Pascal.
Danish producer Mikael Rieks is on his second stint with Nordisk Films.