Dine & Shine and Announcement of the Mastercard Enablement Programme Fellows
- Time / Location
- Feb 23rd 2020 / ewerk
- Jeannette Liendo, Dominga Ortúzar, Wim Wenders moderated by Andreas Korn, Loretta Stern
- By invitation only.
Andreas Korn is a TV presenter and producer working on various formats for ARTE and ZDF. He presented the weekly programme YOUROPE on ARTE for seven years and the educational series PLANET WISSEN for WDR, as well as reporting for the children’s news programme LOGO! on ZDF. With his production company kornkonzept, he produces a multitude of TV and online formats. He studied Theatre and Communication Studies in Munich and Berlin and currently lives in Berlin.
Jeannette Liendo is senior vice president of marketing and communications for Mastercard. There she leads brand, consumer and B2B marketing for Mastercard throughout Europe. Previously she was with Philips, where she was global vice president of business to government marketing and head of field marketing across all international markets. She has led sales and marketing teams in Latin America, North America and Asia Pacific.
Dominga Ortúzar is a Chilean producer and film distributor. She started her career in CinemaChile, the public-private agency promoting Chilean cinema worldwide. She directed the audiovisual national programs of the Ministry of Culture, the National Network of Independent Cinemas, and the social initiative for audience engagement, Cinemóvil. She is a 2019 Talents alumna and co-founder of Oro Films, a young production company for upcoming filmmakers.
Loretta Stern is a German actress, moderator and singer. Her acting credits include Oskar Roehler’s AGNES AND HIS BROTHERS. Since 2003, she has hosted special reports about the Berlinale and the Cannes Film Festival for the German-French broadcaster ARTE.
Wender’s work has regularly screened at international festivals. His long list of film credits include the 3D films PINA (2011), CATHEDRALS OF CULTURE (2014) and EVERY THING WILL BE FINE (2015), all of which premiered at the Berlinale. He was presented with the Honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement in 2015.