Log in

Experts of Berlinale Talents 2019

all A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
photo of Manuel Abramovich

Manuel Abramovich

Manuel Abramovich is a director and cinematographer. His films have screened in Berlin, Venice, MoMA Doc Fortnight, IDFA and Cinéma du Réel, among others. His short LA REINA (2013) received more than 50 awards worldwide. SOLDADO (2017), his second feature, premiered at Berlinale Generation 2017 and was nominated for the Glashütte Original Documentary Award. His latest work BLUE BOY premieres at Berlinale Shorts 2019. He is a 2019 fellow of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Programme.


Better Be Careful: Intimate Dialogues

Screening Shorts: Time Is No Mistake

photo of Isona Admetlla

Isona Admetlla

Barcelona-born and Berlin-based sociologist and cultural manager. She works as Office Manager at the World Cinema Fund and is responsible for the whole application process for production and distribution support. She combines her work at the World Cinema Fund with her activity as tutor, consultant and lecturer in the field of cultural management and international cultural cooperation at the University of Barcelona.


Talents Circles: Finding the Right Partner

photo of Paula Alamillo

Paula Alamillo

Paula Alamillo Rodriguez is a writer, producer and co-founder of Amard Bird Films in Berlin. Their first feature, which she co-wrote, was DESIRE WILL SET YOU FREE. She attended Berlinale Talents in 2016 and presented three films at the Berlinale in 2017: THE MISANDRISTS, ULRIKE’s BRAIN and FLUIDØ. NUDO MIXTECO was selected for the Talent Project Market in 2018. That same year, Bruce LaBruce’s IT IS NOT THE PORNOGRAPHER THAT IS PERVERSE premiered at the Guadalajara International Film Festival.


Room for All: A Safer Set Workshop

photo of Frank W. Albers

Frank W. Albers

A former director of the Goethe-Zentrum in Reykjavík, Frank W. Albers joined the Robert Bosch Stiftung in 2001. As a senior programme manager, he has developed and established the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, which encourages cooperation between up-and-coming filmmakers from Germany and their peers from the Arab world and Eastern Africa.


Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung: Award Ceremony

photo of Peter Albrechtsen

Peter Albrechtsen

Peter Albrechtsen is an award-winning Danish sound designer, mixer and music supervisor working on both feature films and documentaries. Recent credits include festival favourites GENERATION WEALTH, THE DISTANT BARKING OF DOGS, BLIND SPOT, THELMA and sound effects recording for Christopher Nolan’s DUNKIRK. He became a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2017 and has just been nominated for a MPSE Golden Reel Award – one of the most prestigious US film sound awards.


Sound Studio Workshop I

Steps, Shots and Silence: Sound and Foley in Docs

Sound Studio Workshop II

photo of Andrew Amondson

Andrew Amondson

Andrew Amondson is an independent producer, director and creative whose work includes Emmy award-winning nonfiction series and narrative and documentary films, the most recent of which was commissioned by the Wim Wenders Foundation. He was a member of the Berlinale Talents selection committee from 2004 to 2007, responsible for developing and curating a number of special programmes. Andrew is based in Berlin and Los Angeles.


The Devil Is in the Detail: Prop and Modelmaking

M - The Making of a Series