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Experts of Berlinale Talents 2019

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Tendo Nagenda

As Vice President of Original Film, Tendo Nagenda heads production for Netflix’s original slate of feature films. He previously served as an Executive Vice President of Production at Disney (where he guided such titles as DUMBO, MULAN and A WRINKLE IN TIME); as VP of Production for Good Universe (JUNO, STRANGER THAN FICTION); and as a creative executive at Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment. He holds a dual degree in Economics and Government and initially worked as a financial consultant for Deloitte and HBO before switching into creative producing.


Sweet Streams: What’s Next on Netflix for Filmmakers

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Aily Nash

Aily Nash is a curator based in New York. She is co-curator of the New York Film Festival’s Projections section and programme advisor to the International Film Festival Rotterdam’s Short Film section. She was co-curator of the film programme for the 2017 Whitney Biennial and head of programming for the 2018 edition of the Images Festival in Toronto. Her writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, BOMB Magazine, Artforum, Film Comment and elsewhere.

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Guy Nattiv

Guy Nattiv studied film and television at the Camera Obscura School of Art in Tel Aviv. He directed short films and commercials for over ten years. His short THE FLOOD screened at the 2002 Berlinale where it won a Crystal Bear. From this work he developed a feature of the same name which screened in the Generation section. He attended Berlinale Talents in 2003 and presented his short STRANGERS (co-directed with Erez Tadmor) at Panorama in 2004. SKIN is the first feature film he has made in the US. His short of the same title is nominated for an Oscar.


Facts Made Film: Researching Fiction

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Roshanak Behesht Nedjad

Roshanak Behesht Nedjad has worked as a producer since 1999. Her focus is on smart entertainment – be it films or games. Her latest production, FLATLAND by Jenna Bass, is screening in the Panorama section of the Berlinale in 2019. She is a member of the German Film Academy and the European Film Academy and is part of the pedagogical team of European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE).


Bankruptcy and Resurrection: How Producers Fail Better

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Natascha Noack

Natascha Noack works at the intersection of language, film, music and movement. She is a dancer and choreographer, translates films and film theory, works as a voice-over artist and is a member of the selection committee of the Generation section of the Berlin International Film Festival.


Talents Pool 1: Improvise to Improve

Talents Pool 2: Improvise to Improve

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Keith Nurse

Dr. Keith Nurse is the World Trade Organization Chair and Senior Fellow at the University of the West Indies. He serves on the executive bureau of the UN Committee for Development Policy and as a member of the Hemispheric Programme Advisory Committee of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation in Agriculture. He lectures on trade policy and innovation governance in Trinidad and Tobago as well as Barbados. He is the chair of CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution, co-founder of the CaribbeanTales Incubator, and executive producer of the docu-drama FORWARD HOME: THE POWER OF THE CARIBBEAN DIASPORA.


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