Fernanda Adán is a journalist and film researcher. She works mainly for documentary films and series and, occasionally, some fiction. She loves researching and looking for all kinds of archives that contribute to enrich a story. She holds a master’s degree in Documentary Research from the London College of Communication and a postgraduate degree in Innovation in Audiovisual Content from the UOC (Open University of Catalonia).
Louise Brix Andersen is a multilingual film director and screenwriter with a special interest in deep and complex stories. She is an advocate for women’s rights and a member of several organizations promoting diversity and gender equality in the film industry. She is a founder and presenter of THE LEADING LADIES group, where she organizes monthly meetings. Furthermore, she has just written the screenplay for the feature film, SISTERHOOD, and is currently developing the documentary, NOAH, with the production company Limmat Films.
Louise will publish her first book called Remote Filmmaking, available on Amazon from March 8th 2022.
Sandra Budesheim is a German writer, director and creator. In 2007 completed her studies in film and directing in Berlin which she graduated on the emphasis on Human Rights Film. During subsequent stays abroad in Latin America, she completed internships in the documentary and reporting fields. Since then, she founded the production company Crossendfilm in Berlin and has directed several award-winning documentary films for German and European television (ARTE, ZDF, 3sat, etc.) on a wide variety of topics. Her first feature film, A walk on the Tightrope, about the asylum process in Germany, was nominated for 5 awards and screened in more than 15 countries. She currently divides her time between Barcelona and Berlin.