Studied cultural anthropology, literature and ethnology. Has worked for film festivals since 1991. Curated numerous film programmes in Germany and abroad, has contributed to documentaries and tv series, published on documentary, mentored in training initiatives.
Jorge León comes from Belgium. He is active as a photographer, cinematographer and film director...
French born in Moscow in 1959, he is a filmmaker, actor, musician and film critic.
Vladimir Léon, born in 1969 in Moscow, is a documentary filmmaker (last film: My Dear Spies in 2020). He directed some fiction films (Far From the Front, The Angels of Portbou) and is also a producer. He is regularly mentoring documentary screenwriting and directing workshops in France and abroad. As an actor he has appeared in films by Eric Rohmer, Jean Paul Civeyrac, Christine Laurent, Axelle Ropert and his brother Pierre Léon.
Born in 1985, in Warsaw. Graduated from Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw in 2012, student of film directing at the National Film School in Lodz.
Born in Warsaw in 1973, Rafał Leszczyński studied photography at the Leon Schiller National Film, television and Theatre School in Łódź from 1994 to 1996
Jørgen Leth is a Danish poet and film director who is considered a leading figure in experimental documentary film making...
A television producer, director, journalist and cultural manager. He makes documentary films, cultural programmes, writes, conceptualises events, presents shows, debates and conferences. His areas of interest include literature, music, sports and education combined in cultural programmes and documentaries.
Originally from Roberval, Nicolas Lévesque is a photographer and film-maker. Following his studies in photography, arts and cinema, he co-founded the KAHEM photographers’ association.
Mark Lewis is a leading visual artist who gained a name primarily creating video installations.
Jet Leyco (1986) is an award-winning filmmaker based in Manila, Philippines.
Jan Libora was a script writer (Yesterday We Had Sunday, 1938) and director of several short documentary films made by the cultural department of AB Company, co-operating with Jiří Lehovec on some of them (Stone Glory, 1938). After the liberation, he worked in nationalized film as dramaturgist and lecturer.
Hungarian experimental filmmaker and film theorist Péter Lichter (1984) studied film history and theory at the University of Budapest. His found footage abstract films and lyrical documentaries have been screened at festivals in Berlin, Rotterdam and Jihlava.
Ondřej Lidický works in anti-cancer nanotherapeutics research. For over ten years, he has spent his free time involved in theatrical improvisation...
Director Truls Lie is a documentary filmmaker born in Norway. He is the editor-in-chief of DOX European Documentary Magazine and a film critic at Le Monde diplomatique Scandinavian edition. He has a degree in media and philosophy from New School and University of Oslo, Norway.
Peter Liechti's work eludes categorization. His impressive and original films are usually a mixture of documentary, essey and experimental film...
Having studied film directing at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IAD) in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, her debut feature film, Une part du ciel, was selected for Un Certain Regard in Cannes and also screened at festivals in Toronto, San Sebastián and New York.
Born in 1983, Guo Lifen began her career as a migrant worker in 1996. In 2008, she started filming herself with a DV camera. In 2009, she edited her own film My Name Is Fenfen.
Nicos Ligouris was born in Athens in 1952. After three years studies in low in the University of Athens, he wrote from 1971-1980 film critics for the magazine „Synchronos Kinimatographos“ founded by Theo Angelopoulos. In 1974 he moved to Munich. He is a graduated of the Academy for Television and Film in Munich. He is the director of the fictional greek-german trilogy „FOG UNDER THE SUN“, „EREBOS“, „HEART OF STONE“ and of the documentary cretan trilogy „SUMMER LIGHTNING“, „THE LOVERS FROM AXOS“, „SULTAN AHMED HAS AWAKEN“. He lives in Berlin.
An independent filmmaker born in Taipei, Taiwan, Lin uses essay film as a means to develop fresh documentary aesthetics...
Lin received his B.A. degree in arts from School of Film & TV Art and Technology of Shanghai
University. His short film "FILL.KISH" was invited to screen at AISFF 2005, Cannes Film
Festival 2006, Shanghai International Film Festival 2006, and Hawaii International Film Festival
Born in 1981 in Copenhagen, Elvira Lind graduated from City Varsity -School of Media and Creative Arts in Cape Town in 2006 majoring in documentary film. She has worked within that field since directing and shooting documentaries of various lengths for TV, cinema and web on 4 different continents.
Marcus Lindeen is an artist, writer and director. He studied directing at Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm...
He comes from two sides of Baltic Sea. Born in 1990 in Koszalin, Poland. Now he is studying Film and Cinematography, Directing and Art Photography at the University of Silesia in Katowice.
2004-2011 Studied cinematography at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin.
2008-2010 Several stays in South Africa, working on documentary photography and film projects...
Zuzana Liová (*1977, Žilina) studied dramaturgy and screenwriting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava where she completed her PhD in 2008. She has been working as dramaturge for the Slovak Television...
Director and Film Producer from Argentina. Founder of the production company Duermevela.
After her studies in theory of Cinema at the University La Sapienza in Rome and Denis Diderot- Paris VII in Paris between 2002 and 2008, Lucrezia Lippi joined the Cinema/cinéma du réel Department of Geneva University of Art and Design.
Oldřich Lipský was a popular and influential Czech film director, brother of an actor Lubomír Lipský.
Born in Poland, currently based in Switzerland. His first feature documentary Never arrive, ever was officially selected by 13 film festivals.
Veronika graduated from cultural studies at Charles University, and screenwriting and dramaturgy at Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. She was the editor in chief of the Novy Prostor magazine...
Film director, programmer and projectionist. He made a series of short films in Super 8 exhibited in festivals such as Edinburgh Film Festival and Ann Arbor among others.
Simon LIU was raised between Hong Kong and Stoke-on-Trent, England, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. LIU's films and 16mm multiple-projection performances have been presented at film festivals and institutions around the world.
To Liu (1984), a native of Hong Kong, studied scriptwriting at the Department of Literature, Beijing Film Academy, graduating in 2012
Liu Yen-Chen is a visual artist born in Taiwan and currently based in Paris. He is studying animation at Gobelins, l'ecole de l'image.
Elizabeth Lo is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been showcased internationally, including at the Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, Hot Docs, True/False, BAMCinemafest, New York Times Op-Docs, and PBS' POV...
Ken Loach was born in 1936 in Nuneaton. He attended King Edward VI Grammar School and went on to study law at St. Peter's Hall, Oxford. After a brief spell in the theatre, Loach was recruited by the BBC in 1963 as a television director.
Born in Galicia (Spain) and trained at School of Image and Sound of A Coruña, Alberto Lobelle works on television series, documentaries, short films, commercials and films as second assistant director, script supervisor and assistant director.
Francisco Lobo is a director and director of photography from Portugal working worldwide.
Frederico Lobo is a Portuguese filmmaker interested in social topics...
Lawrence Loewinger is a producer/director, sound mixer, teacher and film journalist. He has received two Emmy Awards for his sound work.
Born and raised in La Coruña in 1993. Manuel completed his film studies at ESCAC, Barcelona. Interested in the realness of cinema and the nature of images, he is specialized in documentary filmmaking.
Štěpán Lohr attended My Street Films workshops in 2019.
French director Loïc Malo studied at the prestigious ENSAPC and ENSAD art schools in Paris in the 1980s. His work is characterized by film essays inspired by modern history, in which he uses various animation and editing techniques to connect film and photography in an original way.
He studied with Dušan Makavejev, Jos Stelling, Christian Hossner, Ursula Meyer, Atelier MTK. He attended the Film School, among others. He was a member of the Teatro do Vestido group. He was a member of the production company AS-Produções. He worked in film as an assistant director, producer, screenwriter, editor, director...
Ana Pérez López (1990) is an international journalist who firmly believes that creativity is not a patrimony of artists. With pencil strokes and a dark sense of humor, she is interested in exploring how animation can be a legitimate language for non-fiction storytelling...
Fernando López Escriva is a cinematographer, editor and director from Argentina.
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