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  • Latkowski Sylwester

    Writer and director best known for his work as a documentary filmmaker. He has hosted a number of original series including Tajemnice Polskiej Mafii and Meskie Rozmowy.

    Latkowski Sylwester

  • Vasili Tsereteli

    Famous as the director of the world renowned Moscow Museum of Modern Art. He has also garnered popularity as the vice president of the Russian Academy of Arts.

    Vasili Tsereteli

  • Rami Imam

    Film director who is best recognized for his works on feature films and episodes of television. He directed the 2002 film Amir El Zalam and the 2008 feature film Klashinkov. 

    Rami Imam

  • Lee Chang-dong

    Director and screenwriter who has directed a number of critically-acclaimed films, including Peppermint Candy (2000), Secret Sunshine (2007) and Burning (2018). Burning received the Palme d'Or and the FIPRESCI Prize at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

    Lee Chang-dong

  • David Michôd

    Film director and screenwriter who made a name for himself with the critically acclaimed Animal Kingdom (2010). He also directed The Rover, War Machine and was a co-writer on Hesher.

    David Michôd

  • Reza Dormishian

    Iranian film director, screenwriter, and producer who is best recognized for his 2016 film Lantouri as well as the 2014 film I'm Not Angry! which won several awards at International film festivals despite its controversial subject. 

    Reza Dormishian

  • Ghada Saba

    Jordanian film-maker and women's rights activist. She is lauded as Jordan's first female cinema director. She has written, directed, and produced over 250 documentaries and short films. In 2016 she began producing a weekly report on "Ro'ya TV" which focuses on the success of local women. She founded No Budget Films in 2004 a production company aimed at helping aspiring young filmmakers.

    Ghada Saba

  • Juan Pablo Rebella

    Director and screenwriter best known for his award-winning film 25 Watts.

    Juan Pablo Rebella

  • Hans Obrist

    Art director and historian who is best known for being the director of Serpentine Galleries in London. He is also known for his ongoing efforts with The Interview Project which are a extensive ongoing interviews with a range of different cultural figures. 

    Hans Obrist

  • Ravi Jadhav

    Director who created the film Banjo in 2016 and Nude in 2018. He directed Pentagram's video for "Tomorrow's Decided."

    Ravi Jadhav

  • Keisuke Kinoshita

    Japanese film director known directing the 1951 film Carmen Comes Home, the first full color feature made in Japan. He directed 49 films during his lifetime.

    Keisuke Kinoshita

  • Jean-Paul Salome

    French director who began his career in 1994 and was acclaimed for directing the 2008 film Les Femmes de l'Ombre.

    Jean-Paul Salome

  • Bartlett Sher

    American director who is known for his work in theater. He is best recognized for having directed the 2008 broadway revival of the musical South Pacific but is also known for his work as Artistic Director at Intiman Playhouse where he assisted with productions of Cymbeline, Nora, Nickel and Dimed, and The Dying Gaul. 

    Bartlett Sher

  • Mukesh Chhabra

    Casting director who has cast Vikas Bahl's Chillar Party, Anurag Kashyap's Gangs of Wasseypur, and <a title='Abhishek Kapoor' href='/famous/abhishek-kapoor.htm'>Abhishek Kapoor</a>'s Kai Po Che.

    Mukesh Chhabra

  • Michel Melamed

    Director who helmed the film The Cold Front That Rain Brings in 2015 and Red Russian in 2016. He has more than 100,000 followers on his michelmel Instagram account. 

    Michel Melamed

  • Sachin Sanghvi

    Composer who's worked as a music director in Bollywood and Gujarati movies. He's worked in partnership with <a title='Jigar Saraiya' href='/famous/jigar-saraiya.htm'>Jigar Saraiya</a> as the duo Sachin-Jigar on several successful soundtracks. 

    Sachin Sanghvi

  • Olga Sviblova

    Russian director, curator, and arts administrator who is best recognized for being the founder of the Moscow House of Photography or the Multimedia Art Museum of Moscow. She is also known for being the curator of the national pavilion of Russia at the Venice Biennale. 

    Olga Sviblova

  • Daniele Vicari

    Most well known for his David di Donatello Award-winning films Il Mio Paese (2006) and Velocita Massima (2002), this Italian director and screenwriter is also recognized for his work on the 2012 documentary feature La Nave Dolce (The Human Cargo) and on the 2017 film Bianco.

    Daniele Vicari

  • Francesca Zambello

    Opera director known for her work with the Washington National Opera and the Glimmerglass Opera. Her other directing credits include a Metropolitan Opera Production of Les Troyens and a Royal Opera House production of Carmen.

    Francesca Zambello

  • Claude Miller

    Director, screenwriter, and producer whose film La Classe de Neige won the Jury Prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.

    Claude Miller

  • Geraldine Maillet

    Writer, actress, and filmmaker best known as the mind behind the 2012 film After. She also directed the 2016 documentary In the French and the short films Une dernière cigarette and Un certain regard. 

    Geraldine Maillet

  • Nejib Belkadhi

    Well-renowned actor, director and producer known for creating one of the most successful TV shows in Tunisia called Chams Alik. He wrote and directed the 2013 film Bastardo and the 2018 feature Look at Me.

    Nejib Belkadhi

  • Frank Henenlotter

    Filmmaker known for his work in the exploitation horror genre. He directed cult classics such as Basket Case and Brain Damage.

    Frank Henenlotter

  • Pat Higgins

    Award-winning English horror-comedy director and owner of the production company Jinx Media Ltd. He directed Bordello Death Tales in 2009, and wrote the screenplay for Strippers vs Werewolves in 2011.

    Pat Higgins