PASCALE LAMCHE | WRITER & DIRECTOR
Pascale Lamche is an award winning filmmaker who has made feature documentaries and series both as a writer/producer, and writer/director for key broadcasters internationally, and whose films have been premiered at many international film festivals including Edinburgh International Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival, Dublin International Film Festival, Toronto Documentary Festival, FIPA Documentary Film Festival and travelled the world.
STALINGRAD (2014) || BLACK DIAMOND (2010) || PAKISTAN-ZINDABAD (2007) || FRENCH BEAUTY (2005) || ACCUSED No1: NELSON MANDELA (2004) || SOPHIATOWN (2003)
PETER MAKURUBE | ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
The late Peter Makurube was the guiding spirit, presenter and founder in 1991, of the legendary MONDAY BLUES, a Johannesburg based community arts programme that for decades launched many stars in music, poetry, hip- hop, jazz, reggae, folk. He was a journalist and broadcaster, presenter, poet, and associate producer on numerous documentaries.
BRENDA FASSIE (1993) | TOWNSHIP SOUL | SOPHIATOWN (2003)|
ACCUSED No1: NELSON MANDELA (2004) | ARCHITECTURE OF FEAR
CHRISTOPH JÖRG | PRODUCER
Christoph Jörg has been producing and commissioning documentaries for over twenty years. From 1994 to 2008, he was Senior Commissioning Editor at ARTE FRANCE in Paris. He was overseeing the output of a huge range of programs from international series like “Why democracy?” and “Steps to the Future” to documentary strands like THEMA, and commissioned more than 350 feature documentaries which won numerous international awards and have been shown in festivals all over the world.
Jörg founded PUMPERNICKEL FILMS in 2009 in Paris. Since then, he has produced or coproduced a wide range of award winning documentaries, working with a line-up of talented and acclaimed filmmakers, including the following feature length films for movie theaters and television broadcast:
THE END OF EDEN (2016) || THE LOVERS AND THE DESPOT (2015) || BATTLE FOR RIO (2014) || DREAMS ARE COLDER THAN DEATH (2013) || LOVE CRIMES OF KABUL (2012) || THE GUANTANAMO TRAP (2011) || BE LIKE OTHERS (2010) || INGRID BETANCOURT: SIX YEARS IN THE JUNGLE (2010) || BOBBY FISCHER AGAINST THE WORLD (2009)
GILES GARDNER | EDITOR
Giles Gardner has spent over 20 years working in post-production, beginning as an assistant film editor working with an array of internationally acclaimed film-makers such as James Ivory, Gillis McKinnon, Fred Schepisi, Jean-Jacques Annaud. He currently lives in Paris and has edited numerous documentaries, drama and advertising, and has contributed to the 'Emergence' and 'Greenhouse' film programs.
AMOS - THE IMPOSSIBLE SHOT (2016) || IMMORTALITY (2015) || BRAZIL - THE GIANT AWAKES (2014) || STALINGRAD (2014) || UKRAINE - FROM DEMOCRACY TO CHAOS (2012) || THE DAY THE PLAGUE CAME (2010)
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