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Film Maker A

Jean-Gabriel Pe’riot
Jean-Gabriel Pe’riot France
Baby-sitter, barman, clothes and handkrafts salesman, videotapes program clerck, assistant director, editor, mime, auction sales assistant, journalist, danse filmaker, artist…
Nijuman no borei
under twilight
Dies Irae  Undo
We are winning don't forget
Simon Ellis
Simon Ellis UK
Graduated from Nottingham Trent University (Fine Art BA Hons) in 1995, specialising in stills photography. Written and directed sixteen short films and music videos since then, resulting in 400+ screenings on the international festival circuit, several awards, various invitations to festival juries, and a number of retrospective programmes.International sales include both terrestrial and non-terrestrial broadcasts, from airline acquisitions to MTV rotations. Currently in post-production on first feature film.
Telling Lies  10 again
What about the bodies
What the
A storm and some snow  Soft

Film Maker B

Hiroyuki Nakao
Hiroyuki Nakao Japan
Hiroyuki Nakao was born in 1968 and graduated from Japan University College of Art/Broadcasting in 1991.He was awarded the Grand Prix in a MTV-Station ID Contest in 1998.His short film“ZERO”,which he scripted and directed, received triple awards at the 2004 Short Shorts Film Festival.“ZERO”was also invited to the International Short Film Festival Montecatini, was entered in the Cannes Film Festival/Short Film Corner, and was nominated in the Clemont-Ferrand Short Film/International Category.
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Juan Pablo Zaramella
Juan Pablo Zaramella Argentina
Juan Pablo Zaramella was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1972. Graduated from the Instituto de Arte Cinematografico de Avellaneda as Animation Director, he began his career making animations for advertisement. Since 2000, Juan Pablo has been making independent short films with his wife Silvina Cornillón. For two consecutive years, his independent productions have won the prize for Best Short of the Year awarded by the National Film Institute from Argentina (INCAA). His short film, VIAJE A MARTE (Journey to Mars), has won more than 45 prizes around the world.
The Challenge to Death
The Glove
Journey to Mars

Film Maker C

Elliot Kew
Elliot Kew UK
Graduated in Film and Television Studies at Bournemouth College and has been working in film and television for over ten years. His second short film "Nailbiter" screened at Cannes, Toronto and the AFI film festivals amongst others as well as on Film Four on UK Television. Other films created include the short "The Box" which featured a score by musical pioneer and Hitchcock collaborator Oskar Sala. In 2001, he completed a documentary film called "Ginger Nation" which aired on Channel 4 in the U.K. Soon after he traveled to Bosnia to make a moving account of a photographer's journey to the war stricken town of Srebrenica, also for Channel 4. “Collapsed” is his first short shot on Hi-definition. He is presently working as a director in Television.
The Box
Born in Saga prefecture in 1972. President of IDIOTS Inc. After graduating from Chiba University's Industrial Design department, Mr. Mashima worked as an environmental designer. In 2001 he left his company to study 3D computer graphics at Tokyo's visual arts school Digital Hollywood. His graduation short comedy "Ski Jumping Pairs" woninternational awards in more than 30 countries, including the Annecy International Animation Festival, and spawned a hit DVD series. The DVD series sold about 500,000 copies in Japan The feature film version "Ski Jumping Pairs-Road to Torino 2006-" received accolades globally with the Special Prize at Tokyo International Film Festival and a official screening at Rotterdam International Film Festival. Other award-winning works include the TV commercial parody "Japan Bowling Council" and his promotion movie for the BMW MINI "How to Jump".
Ski Jumping Pairs (Original Version)
Necchu Jikan
Japan Bowling Council
Ski Jumping Pairs - 3rd New Trick Exhibition
Mathijs geijskes
Mathijs geijskes Holland
Mathijs Geijskes got his degree in drama and film studies at the University of Utrecht in 1993. Since then he works as a free-lance scriptwriter and director. Joy Meal is his third short film as a director. His first short Man on the Roof (1997) was selected for more as 30 international festivals and won three prizes: the FIPRESCI award at the Int. Short Film Fest. Krakow (Poland), The Silver medal at Brno (Czech Rep.) and the First Prize at the Méridiens Festival Aubagne (France). His second film Daddy's little girl has been invited to more than 70 film festivals and has won five prizes, including the first prize at the short film festival Sulzbach-Rosenberg (Germany) and the prize for the best foreign film at the short film festival Lucca (Italy) . Recently he is working on a feature film script.
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