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About the Director

Teco Benson and Jakob S. Boeskov

Biography: Teco Benson has maintained a very strong track record in the movie industry since 1997 when his directing career began. Originally a civil servant, Benson came into the movie industry in 1994 as an actor and then went into script writing and film production in 1995, and now focuses on directing. Part of the […]

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Teco Benson

Biography: Teco Benson has maintained a very strong track record in the movie industry since 1997 when his directing career began. Originally a civil servant, Benson came into the movie industry in 1994 as an actor and then went into script writing and film production in 1995, and now focuses on directing. Part of the […]

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Senay Berhe

Biography: Senay Berhe, born 1979 is a director based in Stockholm, Sweden. His award-winning work crosses adeptly between documentaries, commercials, music videos and shorts. He is constantly renewing himself and sees no boundaries in his work. He has travelled across the world with Stocktown Films, capturing the creative generation that are reshaping the image of Africa. The […]

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Barry Berk

Biography: Barry Berk enjoyed huge success in South Africa writing and directing some of the best prime-time drama on local television. In 2011 he was selected as the first South African director to work on the British hit series, Wild at Heart. For South African television, Barry directed and wrote the acclaimed South African drama […]

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Hugo Berkeley

Biography: Hugo Berkeley is a half-British, half-American film director based in London. His directing credits include: Land Rush, a film for the Why Poverty? series about industrial vs. small-scale farming in Africa; The Market Maker for PBS/WNET about agricultural development in Ethiopia; and A Normal Life, winner of the Tribeca Best Documentary award, about a […]

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Hugo Berkeley and Osvalde Lewat-Hallade

Biography: Hugo Berkeley is a half-British, half-American film director based in London. His directing credits include: Land Rush, a film for the Why Poverty? series about industrial vs. small-scale farming in Africa; The Market Maker for PBS/WNET about agricultural development in Ethiopia; and A Normal Life, winner of the Tribeca Best Documentary award, about a […]

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Phil Bertelsen

Biography: Born and raised in New Jersey, Phil Bertelsen has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Rutgers University. He also holds an M.F.A. from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he was a Johnson Scholar and a Spike Lee Fellow. His short film, Around the Time, was honored with a Student […]

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Donnie L. Betts

Biography: Donnie L. Betts is an accomplished actor, producer, director, filmmaker, storyteller and teacher. The former actor began his career in radio after attending Fresno State in California. He studied at the Yale School of Drama. For Homefolks Creativeworks, Inc., he produced, directed and acted in the documentary film Dearfield: The Road Less Traveled. The documentary […]

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Rémi Bezançon and Jean-Christophe Lie

Biography: Rémi Bezançon was born in France in 1971. He studied at the film school École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle (ESRA) in Paris and the École du Louvre. He made his first short film Little Italie in 1997. Made in 2008, his second feature film Le Premier Jour du reste de ta vie, was a […]

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Rémi Bezançon

Biography: Rémi Bezançon was born in France in 1971. He studied at the film school École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle (ESRA) in Paris and the École du Louvre. He made his first short film Little Italie in 1997. Made in 2008, his second feature film Le Premier Jour du reste de ta vie, was a […]

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Clemente Bicocchi

Biography: Clemente Bicocchi is an Italy-based filmmaker. Born in Florence in 1973, he studied film in New York, Barcelona and Rome. He has been making short, documentary and experimental films since 1996. (Sources: – http://www.cinemed.tm.fr/cgi-bin/film/film.cgi?lemenu=7&id=05589&festi=44&uk=oui&mod=filmuk – http://camerainthesun.com/?p=17117) Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs: Black Africa, White Marble (2012, 2013). Filmography: K 595 (1999); Non è […]

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Stephanie Black

Biography: Stephanie Black is an American award-winning American documentary film director and producer. She produced and directed H-2 Worker (1990) which documents the 10,000+ Caribbean men brought to Florida each year under a temporary guestworker “H-2” visa to harvest sugar cane for American sugar corporations. H-2 Worker won Best Documentary Award and Best Cinematography Awards […]

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Les Blair

Also Known As: Leslie Blair Biography: Les Blair was born on October 23, 1941 in Manchester, England. Les Blair’s career as a film and television director embraces 23 television dramas and four feature films over a period of 30 years. He is a director and writer, known for London’s Burning (1988), Bad Behaviour (1993) and […]

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Molly Blank

Biography: Molly Blank began working in South Africa as the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship for journalism in 2005. Where Do I Stand? follows up Blank’s award-winning documentary Testing Hope: Grade 12 in the New South Africa, released in 2007. The film, about four students in a township outside Cape Town preparing for and taking […]

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Eve Blouin

Biography: Eve Blouin is a writer, broadcaster, documentary producer and art collector. Throughout her career, Blouin has maintained her commitment to promoting the culture of the developing world. Soon after graduation in Nanterre University, Eve began channeling her creativity into the rebellious, cosmopolitan youth counter-culture of 1980s Paris, which led Eve to compose and produce records, then broadcasting […]

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Dean Blumberg

Biography: After several years as a production assistant while successfully finishing a Bachelors Degree in Law and Marketing at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, Dean Blumberg enrolled at AFDA (African School of Film and Dramatic Art), where he completed both a Bachelors and Honours Degree in Motion Picture Medium. His short films have […]

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Laurent Bocahut and Philip Brooks

Biography: In the early 1990s, Laurent Bocahut and Philip Brooks founded the production company Dominant 7 with a distributor named Dominique Welinski. Dominant 7 produced stories from the margins of politics, culture and sexuality. An architect by training, Laurent Bocahut was born in 1964 in Charleville-Mézières, France. In addition to being a filmmaker and a […]

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Laurent Bocahut

Biography: An architect by training, Laurent Bocahut was born in 1964 in Charleville-Mézières, France. In the early 1990s, he founded the production company Dominant 7 with his partner, the Australian documentary filmmaker Philip Brooks, and a distributor named Dominique Welinski. Dominant 7 produced stories from the margins of politics, culture and sexuality. Laurent Bocahut is […]

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Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

Also Known As: Ryan K. Fleck Biography: Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden (both born in 1976 in Berkeley, California) are American film directors, cinematographers, editors, and screenwriters best known for directing and writing the 2006 film Half Nelson and the 2008 film Sugar. They attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where they […]

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Anna Boden

Biography: Born in 1976 in Berkeley, California, Anna Boden is an American film director, cinematographer, editor, and screenwriter best known as the co-writer of the 2006 film Half Nelson. She is also famous for her collaborations with fellow filmmaker Ryan Fleck. While studying film at NYU, Boden met Ryan Fleck on the set of a […]

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