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Lucy Mulloy, best new director Tribeca Film Festival 2012, is a Student Academy Award-nominated writer/director and Oxford alumna in politics, Philosophy and Economics. She is a recent graduate of NYU’s graduate Film Division and her first feature film, UNA NOCHE, is set in Havana. Mulloy is currently developing the next film in the UNA NOCHE trilogy, UNA NOCHE MOS and writing a NYC based script.




  •  2007: This Morning





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Studied at ESAV-Marrakech (Morocco). Now works in film.
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Claudia Richarz, born in 1955, graduated from the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg with a degree in visual communication. She has been making documentaries in different formats for many

  • 2012: Aupair-Omas
  • 2011: Die Dame der Rose
  • 2005: Delphin-Kinder
  • 2004: Samba für Singles
  • 1999 to 2001: Abnehmen in Essen –
  • 1993: Die grosse Liebe
  • 1988: Der Zug aus Leipzig



Ulrike Zimmerman was born in 1960 in Hamburg. She took her degree in film at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg in 1988. She founded MMM Film Production in 1989 and has since worked as a production manager, line producer and independent producer.



  • 1991: Venus 220 Volt-Lust im Haushalt

  • 1989: Die erregte Frau in der Diskothek

  • 1986: Touristinnen – Über und unter Wasser

  • 1985: Free Fucking




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Filmmaker Pratibha Parmar has an exemplary track record for her passionate commitment to making films with integrity and illuminating untold stories with visual flair and imagination. Her award-winning work has been widely exhibited at international film festivals and broadcast globally. Pratibha’s dedication in bringing complex subjects into mainstream media has helped change the contours of popular discourse on race, feminism, sexuality and creativity.

Pratibha’s credits include A Place of Rage, a documentary film on African-American women and the civil rights movement featuring Angela Davis and June Jordan. The film received international critical acclaim and was named Best Historical Documentary at the National Black Programming Consortium in the U.S. In 1993

Pratibha released her most challenging film Warrior Marks, which documented female genital mutilation at a time when the subject was taboo globally. This award-winning documentary was made in collaboration with the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alice Walker. Parmar and Walker collaborated on the book Warrior Marks – Female Genital Mutilation and the Sexual Blinding of Women, which documented the making of the film (Jonathan Cape UK, Harcourt Brace US).

  •  2006: Nina’s Heavenly Delights

  •  2000: Sita Gita

  • 1998: The Righteous Babes

  •  1997: Wavelengths

  • 1996: Jodie: An Icon

  •  1993: Warrior Marks

  •  1992: Khush

  •  1990: Bhangra Jig

  • 1987: Reframing Aids 



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Anne Billows graduated in 2010 from the University of Warwick in Philosophy and Politics, minoring in film studies. Along her studies, she directed and edited several documentaries in France, Peru and Nicaragua.

  •  2009: Cantagallo 




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Independent filmmaker, feminist activist and pacifist, Jenny Man Wu is a member of Beijing Queer Film Festival. A BBA graduate from the Hogeschool van Utrecht, she studied literature and screenwriting at the Beijing Film Academy.

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