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Director BIO: Tomislav Vujcic (CHAMP)

From early childhood on, Tomislav Vujcic (born 1983) was fascinated by movies. But it took him some time to finally fully commit to this industry. After graduating from secondary school in Germany, he completed his military service in Croatia and afterwards studied Health Communication in Bielefeld. During this time he wrote his first stories. He… Continue reading Director BIO: Tomislav Vujcic (CHAMP)

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Director BIO: Kai Fiáin (THE BROTHER)

Kai Fiáin is a London based screenwriter, director and producer. They began their filmmaking career in documentary, working with community groups and political activists using video as a tool for marginalised voices. Kai made documentary work on subjects such as LGBTQ asylum seekers, globalisation and working class sub-cultures. More recently Kai has begun writing and… Continue reading Director BIO: Kai Fiáin (THE BROTHER)

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Director BIO: Ciaran R. Maidwell (THERE’S STILL GOOD)

Ciaran majored in Screen Production at the University of Cape Town, where he made his directing and screenwriting debut with There’s Still Good, his graduation film. His passion for the craft was cemented in 2013 when he attended a Film and Arts program at the University of California Los Angeles. Subsequent to graduating from the… Continue reading Director BIO: Ciaran R. Maidwell (THERE’S STILL GOOD)

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Director Biography – Erika Kramer

Erika Kramer is a filmmaker and writer living in New York City. Kramer has worked for over a decade in video production, from long days and nights spent in the perilous world of reality TV in Los Angeles all the way back to her student film days at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. In… Continue reading Director Biography – Erika Kramer

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Director Biography – P.J. Norton (EXPIRATION DATE)

PJ Norton is a filmmaker and photographer based in New York, NY.  Film credits include Big Stone Gap, Killing Kennedy, and AMC’s Turn: Washington’s Spies. Directing credits include The Rose of Jericho (Best Director, VCU First Cut Film Festival), Take Me Home (Audience Choice, James River Shorts), and Maybe Tomorrow.  He is currently studying screenwriting… Continue reading Director Biography – P.J. Norton (EXPIRATION DATE)