Profili Experts IDS|MIA

Aleksandra Biernacka

Commissioning Editor/Deputy Head of Documentaries and Reportage
TVP2 | Polonia

Graduate of the Polish Culture Institute at the Faculty of Polish Studies (MA) and American Culture Studies Center (MA) at the University of Warsaw, and the Film Academy in Warsaw (Film History). Journalist at the local weekly Mokotow Time (1996-97), collaborator of the TVP1 film magazine “Stop-Frame” (1997-98), with publications in the prestigious quarterly Dialog (2002) and COMPASO Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology (2012).  

Between 2000-13 was responsible for the international film festival’s circuit of the TVP’s (Polish Public TV) productions, including feature films like THE BIG ANIMAL by Jerzy Stuhr, HI TERESKA by Robert Glinski, HAPPY MAN by Małgorzata Szumowska, ODE TO JOY by Anna Kazejak, Jan Komasa, Maciej Migas, KATYN by Andrzej Wajda (Nomination for Oscar 2008), ALL THAT I LOVE by Jacek Borcuch, VENICE by Jan Jakub Kolski, THE COLLECTOR and JOANNA by Feliks Falk, THE MILL & THE CROSS by Lech Majewski, WAŁĘSA. MAN OF HOPE by Andrzej Wajda, and LIFE FEELS GOOD by Maciej Pieprzyca, children films like THE MAGIC TREE by Andrzej Maleszka (Emmy 2007), tv series and numerous, awarded around the world documentaries, a.o.: A LIFE TO LIVE by Maciej Adamek, CORPUS CHRISTI by Adam Sikora, ENTANGLED by Lidia Duda, TILL IT HURTS and DECLARATION OF IMMORTALITY by Marcin Koszalka, CHEMO by Paweł Łoziński, ARGENTINIAN LESSON by Wojciech Staron, and many others.  
Since January 2014 is responsible for programming of documentary films at TVP2 channel. 
Member of Documentary Jury of the Seattle IFF 2009, Short Film Jury of the Mumbai Asian FF2010, Official Jury of the Troia IFF, Portugal 2011, and the Jury of the 55th and 57th New York Festivals 2012 and 2014. Presenter at international conferences: Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Bogota, May 2012; ESA (European Sociological Association) Conference, Torino, Aug. 2013; ESA Arts Conference, Cluj, Sept. 2014.  
Curator of many special presentations of the Polish films around the world.


Anne Grolleron

Commissioning Editor
ARTE | France

Within the Society and Culture Department, Anne Grolleron is a commissioning editor more specifically looking for 52′ History and 75′ Investigative documentaries. ARTE France’s Society and Culture Department accompanies points of view that are committed and open to debating ideas. It features all types of documentary writing and broaches all areas: history, investigation, society, culture, geopolitics, environment, economy, politics and creative documentaries. 

Axel Arnö

Commissioning Editor
SVT | Sweden

Axel Arnö became a Commissioning Editor at SVT in 1998. Previously a newspaper reporter. Since his move to national television, Axel has been reporter, editor and editorial executive. He became the Editor of SVT’s flagship current affairs magazine Striptease and later created the investigative documentary strand Dokument inifrån. Since 2004, he works at SVT’s documentary department, dealing mainly with international co-productions (current affairs, creative, social documentaries). He was an original partner in the Why Democracy? series. Axel is chairman of the Eurovision Documentary Group.

Catherine Olsen

International Documentary Consultant & Executive Producer
Passionate 4 Docs | Canada

Catherine Olsen has a wealth of experience in the international documentary marketplace, and is now working as a Programming Consultant and freelance Executive Producer, as well as a moderator, mentor, and editorial coach at Documentary Festivals and workshops, For the past 22 years, Catherine was the Executive Producer of Documentaries for CBC News Network and Commissioning Editor of one of the most successful documentary series in North America “The Passionate Eye”.

It’s a contemporary series she helped develop featuring a selection of the world’s best, most provocative, and creative documentaries dealing with political and social issues. Its a series she also had the unique opportunity of hosting for 8 years. Catherine is one of the founding members of the Canadian Documentary Festival Hot Docs, and for many years, a member of its international advisory board. She began her career as a camerawoman and editor, and has since worked as a TV journalist & host, writer, director, and documentary producer. Films she’s commissioned or invested in have won virtually every award available, including Oscars, Emmys, Canadian Geminis , Bafta’s, and Peabody’s. Canadian films commissioned for the Passionate Eye she’s particularly proud of include “Up the Yangtze”, “Shake Hands with the Devil”, ‘Reel Injun’, “Sex Slaves”, :Indecently Exposed”, “65 Red Roses”, to name just a few. Recent international collaborations include India’s Daughter, Through You Princess, Putin’s #1 Enemy, Hunted in Russia, Children on the Frontline, Holy Money, After the Wave, 112 Weddings, Mad Dog: Secret World of Gaddafi, Silenced: the War on Whistleblowers, Battle for Rio, Invisible War.


Charlie Phillips

Head of Documentaries at The Guardian
Guardian Documentaries | United Kingdom

Charlie Phillips is the Head of Documentaries at The Guardian. Guardian Documentaries is a new project to commission and acquire new documentaries from all around the world for the one of the world’s most visited serious online video platforms, The Guardian’s global website. The Guardian is one of the world’s most read English Language news sources, with 120m monthly unique browser visits.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2014, it has a long-respected reputation for news, investigation and multimedia. We’re looking to commission mostly short form documentaries, with the occasional co-production on a longer doc. The docs we want need to have brilliant storytelling and characters focused on contemporary subjects which are relevant globally and feel very new. Charlie was previously Deputy Director at Sheffield Doc/Fest for 7 years before joining The Guardian in 2014, and prior to that he was Editor of FourDocs for Channel 4.


Christian Popp

 Producer & film consultant
YUZU Productions | France

Christian has been between 1998 and 2005 commissioning editor for ARTE in Strasbourg and Berlin. From 2005 to 2010 he worked as producer, author and editor in chief in Paris and Berlin for interscience film, an independent French-German production company. In 2011 he co-founded in Berlin his own production company DOCDAYS Productions that he left in 2014. In 2012 he established together with Fabrice Estève the Paris based YUZU Productions specialized in international coproductions. Christian is consulting and mentoring at various documentary events (LisbonDocs, Vision du Réel, Doc Ouest, IDFA Academy, Diagonale, i_doc, Sunnyside of the Docs)

Claudia Bucher

Head of THEMA and Geopolitics
ARTE G.E.I.E | France

Since January 2013: Head of THEMA and Geopolitics ARTE G.E.I.E.  
2010-2012 Deputy head of documentaries (ARTE G.E.I.E.), in charge of current affairs programs.   
2000-2009 commissioning editor in the theme evening department.   

As a public service television channel, ARTE showcases Europe’s rich cultural diversity . Its purpose is “to conceive and produce television programmes which, in a broad sense, are cultural and international in character and conducive to promoting understanding and cooperation between European nations”. Its originality lays in the fact that it targets audiences from different cultural backgrounds, in particular French and German. Documentaries account for 40% of arte’s programming.  
With investigative documentaries arte responds to the most urgent challenges and questions of our times, particularly in Europe. Historical and geopolitical analyses are applied to this task as well as special attention to the new generation of bloggers. 
THEMA investigates current political, socio-economic, environmental, and public health issues. The GEOPOLITICS-slot observes and analyses the accelerating changes in a world of globalization


Claudia Neuhauser

Head of Weltjournal+, Buyer Weltjournal+
ORF | Austria

Claudia Neuhauser is with ORF since 1986. She worked for the News Department in Radio and Television, has been a war reporter during the Yugoslav war and correspondent in London. She headed ORFs foreign report magazine Weltjournal 2010. 
2012 development of the additional current affairs  documentary slot Weltjournal+. She is responsible for all acquisitions of the weekly international themed evening slot.

ORF is the Public Broadcaster in Austria with ORF1 and ORF2 as main channels and 2 digital special interest channels: ORFIII and Sport+. 

– strand/department 

ORF 2, Magazine Department. Weltjournal 30’ and Weltjournal+ 45’ are our weekly current affairs programs going out on ORF2.Our shows report on international affairs and global impact stories with a topical angle (Green, Social, Politics, Human Interest). The programs go out consecutively and are connected. 

– preferred length 30’ and 45’-50’ 

– recent titles 

Migration in Europe, Ukraine/Russia, Fukushima, Meat Consumption and the Planet, Women in India, Youth Unemployment in Europa, Old Age and Work
Acquisition only. Presales occasionally


Clemence Coppey

Head of documentaries
France 3 | France

After taking a degree in Political Science, Clémence Coppey was a producer for ten years at indie production house  « Les films à Lou ». She produced numerous documentaries for France 2, France 3, France 5, ARTE, RTBF, RTSR, BBC.From October 2005 to January 2011, Clémence Coppey was commissioning editor for History at France 2 where she commissioned for the Thursday 11 pm documentary slot Infrared and the prime-time slot. She commissioned landmark programs including « Apocalypse », « Versailles, a King’s Dream », « 14-18, the Noise and the Fury », « Auschwitz Albums ».

She worked on international coproductions for France 2 on history documentaries. These included « The Diary of Anne Frank » (Darlow Smithson Productions) « Atlantis and Krakatoa » (BBC), « 9/11 » (Dangerous films).
Clémence Coppey is now Head of documentaries at France 3, after 3 years in a commissioning editgor in France 3 for the new history slots dedicated to XXth century history to today.

France 3 is one of the 5 channels of the French largest Public Audiovisual group, France Télévisions, comprising France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5 and France Ô.
France Télévisions is the major funding arm of audiovisual production in France, and the premier bouquet of free digital channels in France, with a 33% market share.
The Documentary department of France 3 has an editorial line based on History and Politics, with a weekly late night slot called “FORBIDDEN DOCS” (52’/70’), and a bi-monthly prime-time documentary included in the new weekly non-fiction slot called “LUNDI EN HISTOIRES”.
Mainly contemporary History, the prime-time slot offers also unique portraits of major political figures, along with keys to a better understanding of our society.
The Friday evening later slot focuses on History, Politics and Business. It combines creative/ author lead documentaries, first time directors, and investigative or current affairs programmes, on a co-production or pre-sale basis.

In the Oncle doc time slot
Developed in partnership with regional station, the oncle doc time slot, every Monday at 11:50pm, focuses on young artists and original perspectives on history, society and culture.


Georg Tschurtschendthaler

Beetz brothers film productions | Germany

Beetz brothers film productions has produced more than 120 high-quality and feature-film documentaries for the international market and, according to the leading industry publication Realscreen, is one of the top 100 most important independent production companies worldwide. The company’s productions compete regularly at all international A-festivals and have won numerous respected awards – including three Grimme Awards, the Cinema for Peace Award, three British Independent Awards, the Prix Europa, the HotDocs Filmmakers Award, and the IDFA Special Jury Award. In 2013, the beetz brothers‘ coproduction Open Heart was even nominated for an Academy Award®, and in 2014, the documentary The Wagner Files has been nominated for the International Emmy® Award for Best Arts Programming.

Through our projects we aim to innovatively convey culture and reach a broad, international audience. Since 2007 we therefore complement our cinematic content with cross-medial formats such as web campaigns, apps for tablet PCs and smart phones, web documentaries, media events and books. In order to optimally reach our target audience we work together with an interdisciplinary team from the games, mobile and web sector.


Heino Deckert

Producer and Managing Director
Deckert distribution | Germany

Heino Deckert is producer and managing director of Filmproduktion and Fiction based in Leipzig and Berlin as well as running Deckert Distribution for documentaries. He’s new company, Pluto Film is specialized in the distribution of arthouse and cross-over film as well as cinematic works by emerging talents. In 1995 Mr. Deckert founded, an informal union of six European colleagues joining forces to exchange ideas and initiatives. Heino Deckert meanwhile produced more than 90 award-winning documentaries with filmmakers like Thomas Heise and Viktor Kossakowsky.

Isabella Pisani

Head of acquisition & coproduction for the documentaries at LCP Assemblée nationale
LCP Assemblée nationale (the French parliamentary channel) | France

She has been working at LCP since the creation of the channel in 2000.
Since 2005 she contributes to developing documentary film for the channel. She has initiated co-productions and also many documentaries (“Fragments of a revolution” movie co-produced with anonymous Arabian films, Marcorelles Price and Special Jury Mention at the Cinema du Reel early 2011, the price of democracy DOK Leipzig 2011, award for the best feature documentary at MiradasDoc 2011), investigative documentaries such as “the heroes of September 11 killed” by Xavier Deleu co-production with TSVP productions, Special Jury Prize festival Figra 2009 or even more recently “Fukushima, a population sacrificed “by David Zavaglia, coproduce with Scientifilms 2012).

She initiated in 2011 the first web documentary which was a coproduction the title was “webstern socialist” by Samir Tounsi and Jeremy Sahel.

She is a member of Procirep (Society of Film and Television Producers).
Previously from 1999 – 2000, she worked in the production company “Elephant & Cie.” and was project manager in the marketing department of the Science Museum in London, from 1998 – 1999. And long before she began her career in the “radio libre” (independent radio) in Italy, animating the radio from 8am to noon. She is graduate of the University of Paris III in information science and communication.

LCP Assemblée nationale is a french citizen and political TV channel, like C-Span in the United States, Phoenix in Germany or the UK BBC Parliament.
LCP is the first parliamentary and political channel in France, the history of LCP National Assembly begins in March 2000.
It has averaged 14.9 million viewers each week.
LCP-Assemblée nationale distributes the information to facilitate debates on key political national and international issues. The programs are varied LCP Assemblée nationale broadcast news, magazine shows, movies, and documentaries.
LCP is publically broadcasted on the cable, satellite and TNT.
Our documentaries concern society, history, current affairs and politics.
I purchase approximately 100 documentaries (52’), pre purchase 10 documentaries, co-produce between 10-15 documentaries (52’) and I also purchase around 10 feature films per annum.
We broadcast every day of the week except on Wednesdays where there is a documentary shown at prime time (20h30) also during the week-end in new program called “GRAND ECRAN” we show a documentary followed by a debate with the director of the film.
We have daily themes, for example on Mondays we broadcast a historical doc, on Tuesdays its political, Thursdays it is social end economical themes and on Fridays we have a worldwide international theme.
The objective is to diversify written documentaries, program documentaries from more creative authors, investigative documentaries and also some more classical documentaries.


Jessica Raspe

Commissioning Editor
AVRO | The Netherlands

Jessica Raspe holds a Master of Arts degree in Art History from the University of Amsterdam. As a journalist she wrote about art and design for several years, before she came to work in television as a researcher and an editor. She has been a commissioning editor for AVRO Close Up for the past eight years.

Close Up is a slot devoted to documentaries about art (architecture, design, fashion, film, painting, photography, sculpture). This year. Jessica Raspe is a commissioning editor for AVRO Close Up, a documentary slot on Dutch Public Television. The documentaries which we broadcast in Close Up focus on architecture, design, film, fashion, film, painting, photography, and sculpture. This year so far, we have broadcasted the following documentaries (among many others):
‘Rene Gruau – Revolution in Evening Dress’, Italy 2013, director Adolfo Conti
‘Beyond Iconic: Photographer Dennis Stock’, USA 2011, director Hanna Sawka
‘Design is One: Lella & Massimo Vignelli’, USA 2012, directors Kathy Brew & Roberto Guerra
‘Katharine Hepburn – The Great Kate’, 2014, Germany, Directors Rieke Brendel and Andrew Davies


Marie Pierre Chazeau

Commissioning editor
France 5 | France

France 5, part of France Televisions’ group, is France’s leading documentary channel, with 320 hours of French productions, 520 hours of international acquisitions and 50 hours of international co-productions in 2014. We look for accessible programs, suitable for the whole family, with entertaining and innovative storytelling and a very visual approach. We cover many subjects: discovery, science & technology, arts, wildlife, environment, current affairs, history, economics. Such diversity in factual programming is part of the channel’s aim to help our viewers make sense of the world around them and have fun doing it.

Michael Treves

International Sales
JMT Films Distribution | Israel

JMT Films Distribution, Coproductions & Word Sales (JMT Films) is bringing unique documentary and independent films to light.
JMT Films is involved in the distribution, sales and fund raising of documentary projects and international co-productions, and the marketing and representation of unique independent films from Israel and worldwide.

The company is buying and selling films to TV Broadcasters and to the Educational/Academic Market, and is marketing and promoting films to film festivals & markets. JMT Films is participating in international film festivals and major film & television markets, such as IDFA, Berlinale, Hot Docs, Fipa Biarritz, MIPTV, Sunny Side of the Doc, Latin Side of the Doc, Bolivia Lab, GZDOC, Docs in Thessaloniki, DOK Leipzig, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Dragon Forum and Visions du Réel.
JMT Films meets in those events with Independent Producers from all over the world to discuss about potential projects & completed programs.


Michel Noll


The head of the company is Michel Noll. He was born in Germany and lives in France close to 40 years. After reading Economics and Sociology at Cologne University in Germany, he became a Producer/Director of television programs when, in 1977, he joined TELECIP in Paris, the then leading French independent production company.In 1982, he was asked to launch REVCOM TELEViSION as the independent television arm of French Publishing Group ‘Editions Mondiales’ which he rapidly made into the most successful and international of French production companies, with subsidiaries in Germany, United Kingdom and Australia.

In 1987, he launched his own production house QUARTIER LATIN specialising in Children’s programs and Documentaries. In 1995, he acquired the well established distribution company ICTV which represents in today’s world markets a colourful rainbow of small French and international producers. In his current production work, specialising in Current affairs and Social issues, he is particularly keen on works in contemporary History in this, our changing world. Today QUARTIER LATIN owns ICTV and the production houses SOLFERINO IMAGES and PRODUCTIONS LATERALES.
More than his positions and official titles, Michel believes that his films speak for his contributions to the film and television industry. So here is a listing of some of the most important productions of recent years he was involved in as producer and/or director.

ICTV-SOLFERINO is an international production (Solferino Images) and distribution (ICTV) outlet based in Paris and specialising in current affairs and social issues. Solferino’s productions are distributed by ICTV who also represents close to 50 other French, European and International independent producers. ICTV-Solferino covers more than 2000 hours of constantly renewed movies and documentaries and sells to more than 70 countries across the globe.


Monica Schaefer

Commissioning editor
ARTE | Germany

Commissioning editor at Norddeutscher Rundfunk / ARTE department in Hamburg.
Responsible for ARTE documentaries in the field of current affairs, history, society, arts and culture.
Prior to that commissioning editor in the current affairs department of NDR Television. 2002-2006 producer and film maker for NDR / ARTE. Recipient of the Axel-Springer-Award for Young Journalists (2006) and the “Juliane-Bartel-Award“ (2005) for “Aufstand der Putzfrauen. Kein Job, kein Geld, aber Power!”, as well as the Media Award Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (2006) for “Bitte Anschreiben. Brot und Schnaps auf Rädern”. Volontariat at NDR (2001/2002). Studied political science, journalism and German literature in Mainz and at the University of London (M. A. in political science).

Recent documentaries she commissioned are inter alia: “Alfred Brehm – The feelings of the animals” (nominated for Innsbruck Nature Film Festival 2014), “Secrets of the Garden” (Bavarian Film Award of the Nature Vision Festival 2014), “The Maracana-Stadium in Rio de Janeiro – Temple of Emotions”, “Paul Poiret – King of Fashion” etc.

ARTE is a French-German public-service cultural television channel. NDR is a big regional public service public broadcasting channel for North Germany (“3. Programm”) and part of the Nationwide public service network ARD (“Das Erste”).
As commissioning editor in the NDR / ARTE department I commission documentaries for the relevant ARTE slots.


Nathalie Verdier

ARTE | France

Nathalie Verdier was a journalist specialised in social issues, before joining Arte France in 1991, in the Thema Evening Department. Since then, she has produced documentaries of all sorts of formats and types, in various fields. She has recently moved to the Arts Department.

ARTE is an European public-service culture television channel that targets audiences from different cultural backgrounds, in particular French and German.
The channel should promote cultural integration and understanding between European nations.

Orna Yarmut

TelAviv CoPro | France

Orna Yarmut is the founder and head of CoPro – Documentary Marketing Foundation that supports promotion and marketing of Israeli documentary films abroad. In 2005 she was awarded the Speaker of the Knesset award of excellence. Reader at various European institutions (European Film Academy, Input, StoryDoc), representing EDN in Israel, teaching documentary filmmaking at the Open University.

CoPro – Documentary Marketing Foundation (R.A) is a one-of-a-kind Israeli establishment that promotes and markets the Israeli documentary production by connecting Israeli filmmakers and producers with foreign producers and broadcasters. CoPro’s central activities include: An annual film market at the end of May, producer delegations to other countries in autumn and winter, bi-annual publication of fund-raising guide for filmmakers, promoting quality programmes for kid and regional co-productions. Orna Yarmut is the founding director.


Paul Pauwels

Director of the European Documentary Network
EDN | Denmark

1979: starts working as unit manager on feature films
1985: establishes Periscope Productions NV, specializing in factual production
2004: becomes Programme Manager at Flemish public broadcaster VRT
2006: becomes the director of the “european television and media management academy” in Strasbourg
2011: founds production cy Congoo bvba
2013: becomes director of the European Documentary Network (

Teaches Documentary Production at the MAD Faculty (Genk) and is regularly invited to act as tutor/expert and to moderate pitching sessions.

The European Documentary Network is a global network for professionals working with documentary film and TV. Close to 1000 members from more than 60 countries have joined EDN. Our organisation is open for both newcomers and established filmmakers from around the world. EDN provides documentary consulting and informs about possibilities for funding, financing, development, co-production, distribution and collaboration across borders. This is done via individual consultancy to members on documentary projects, activities like workshops, seminars and conferences as well as through the two indispensable publications The Co-production Guide and The EDN Financing Guide.



Robert Zuber

Commissioning Editor
Croatian Radiotelevision | Croatia

Robert Tomić Zuber was born in Pula in 1972. He’s been working as a journalist and editor in Croatian publications for 18 years and he was awarded twice by the Croatian Journalist Society. During the last 8 years he’s mostly been doing journalistic work for Croatian Radiotelevision and investigating social and humanitarian topics mostly through his TV show “Mission”. Through his career, he started filming documentary films. 2001. he directed his first documentary film, “Na stanici u Puli”, which was the most watched documentary in cinemas that year.

His second autobiographical documentary, “An Accidental Son”, shot as a part of UNICEF’s “Every Child Needs A Home” action and received the award Oktavijan for the best documentary of the year on the Days of Croatian Film. The last film he directed, “Mila Seeks Senida” received an award at Sarajevo Film Festival, in the category of human rights. Today he is the Commissioning Editor for the documentary programme on Croatian Radiotelevision.

Croatian Radiotelevision is a public radio and television company. It is one of the
European public broadcasting organisations created to serve the society, establish a
public good and contribute to the development of a democratic society.
HRT began back in May 1926 with the founding of Croatian Radio. Broadcasting had been started by members of the Zagreb Radio Club. They obtained a concession and
authorization from the State, and founded the Zagreb Radio station. “Hello, hello! This is
Radio Zagreb” these were the first words broadcast at 8:30 pm May 15th on medium
wave. Three decades later, the first television station began broadcasting in what was then Yugoslavia, but also across South-East Europe. Croatian Television (formerly called
Television Zagreb) began broadcasting on May 15th 1956.
In June 1990 the Parliament of the Republic of Croatia passed a law changing the name
from Radio and Television Zagreb to Croatian Radiotelevision.
HRT is a public radio and television station mainly funded by taxes and advertising
revenue. Its four channels are broadcast to more than one million homes.
It has 3,500 employees, 21 radio channels, a television centre in Croatia and several
abroad. 70 studios and departments are involved in the production of programmes.
18,000 hours of national programmes are produced each year, and about 7,000 hours of
foreign programmes are broadcast.


Stefano Knuchel

RSI | Svizzera

Head of the Cultural Magazine Cult TV for RSI-Televisione Svizzera. Head of Locarno Filmmakers Academy, a Festival del film Locarno initiative for young filmmakers from around the world. Director and producer of documentaries (latest doc “Hugo en Afrique” premiered in Venezia Biennale, Orizzonti competition). Looking for feature-length creative documentaries (pre-sale or co-production) for the La2doc (weekly program) or 60’/30′ documentaries about History (pre-sale or co-production) for “Il filo della Storia”(weekly program) , to broadcast on Swiss Television.

Shu Shen

General Director of Documentary Department
Heilongjiang Broadcasting Station (HLJBS) | China

Founded in 1958, HLJBS is one of the three earliest TV and radio stations in China. It operates 1 satellite channel, 6 terrestrial channels and 1 HD channel and a number of radio frequencies, covering an audience number of 856 ml.
HLJBS Doc Dep’t of is a renowned documentary production team with an annual volume of 700 minutes. Over the years it has conducted a series of successful international co-productions.

Tore Tomter

Senior Editor, Programme Acquisitions, Documentaries
NRK | Norway

Started in NRK as film photographer and editor in 1967. Head of Youth Programs 1989 – 91. Head of Documentaries acquisitions until 2003 when we reorganised. Working as Commissioning Editor and documentary program buyer.

Wei Chai

General Manager
Beijing Zhilinyi CO. LTD | China

Founded in 2012, Zhilinyi is a leading TV content producer and distributor as well as TV and film technical solution provider based in Beijing. Over the years it has conducted a series of successful international coproductions.

Xiaogang Chen

Deputy General Director of Terrestrial Channels
Heilongjiang Broadcasting Station (HLJBS) | China

Founded in 1958, HLJBS is one of the three earliest TV and radio stations in China. It operates 1 satellite channel, 6 terrestrial channels and 1 HD channel and a number of radio frequencies, covering an audience number of 856 ml.
HLJBS Doc Dep’t of is a renowned documentary production team with an annual volume of 700 minutes. Over the years it has conducted a series of successful international co-productions.

Guido Casali

Sky Arte | Italy

Fabio Mancini

Rai 3 | Italy

Giuseppe Giannotti

Rai Storia | Italy

Enrico Bufalini

Istituto Luce Cinecittà | Italy

Cristiano Migliorelli

Istituto Luce Cinecittà | Italy

Giuseppe Musci

Sky TG 24 | Italy

Maria Laura Ajmme

Rai 3 | Italy

Gabriele Genuino

Rai Cinema | Italy

Jan Ronca

A+E Networks Italy | Italy

Roberto Bastanza

Rai Storia | Italy

Maurizio Mele

Rai Storia | Italy

Marina Basile

Rai 3 | Italy