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Anna Van Der WeeDirector, Producer
Anna Van der Wee is a distinguished producer and director, with hundreds of hours of award-winning television to her name. For over a decade, her company Wild Heart Productions — based in Canada and Belgium —has produced relevant, hard-hitting and compelling programming commissioned and bought by broadcasters from around the world.


Notably, Anna ran a monthly television magazine called CONTACT Europe. She has worked on a wide variety of long-form documentaries, from poetic arts documentaries, to intimate social issues to powerful human rights films. Her projects include Panamarenko (2006), The Gift of Dyslexia (2001) and The Dead are Alive: Eyewitness in Rwanda (1996), which was the first international film to examine the atrocities of the genocide.


Anna is currently in the final stages of a novel on twins. She is also co-writing and developing a historical documentary on a very controversial man, Paul Panda Farnana, the first Congolese to get a higher education in Belgium.


Ed BarreveldProducer
Ed Barreveld has been making films since 1986 when he joined the Ontario Studio of Oscar-winning National Film Board of Canada. He has been an independent producer since 1996, focusing on point of view, auteur driven documentaries.


Since 2004, Barreveld has been the sole principal of Storyline Entertainment, the company he co-founded in 2000 for the company's inaugural release of the award winning documentary Aftermath: The Remnants of War.  Barreveld's films have been broadcast globally, have shown at major international festivals such as Hot Docs, IDFA, Toronto International Film Festival and have garnered many awards, including Gemini Awards for Shipbreakers (2005) and Tiger Spirit (2009).  2010 saw the release of Resilience: Stories of Single Black Mothers, The Real M*A*S*H and The Market. Barreveld is based in Toronto, Canada


David KazalaEditor
David Kazala is an award-winning editor based in Toronto, Canada.
Kazala's career in Canadian documentary spans over a decade. His outstanding work has contributed to the making of many acclaimed films including: The Real MASH (2010 Storyline Entertainment), Diamond Road (2008 Gemini for Best Documentary Series), The Bomber's Dream (2007 Gemini Nomination for Best History Documentary Program), Worlds Collide: The Sage of Herschel Island (2007 Gemini Nomination for Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series), Sex Slaves (2007 Emmy for Best Investigative Journalism, 2006 Bafta Award Nomination for Best Documentary Program, 2006 Edward R. Murrow Award, 2006 Gracie Award for Outstanding Documentary), The Secret of the Snake Goddess (2007 Storyline Entertainment – Golden Sheaf Award Best History Documentary) and The Ritchie (2004 Opening film for Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival, 2005 short-list for Best Documentary Feature by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 2004 Audience Award at the Hong Kong Film Festival).


Tuur FlorizooneComposer

Tuur Florizoone has quickly become one of Belgium’s most beloved musicians. With great style and irresistible stage presence he proves that his unusual instrument is capable of much more than your regular street corner busking. Jazz is only one of the many types of music this musical world citizen has in his kit bag. The fact that he is comfortable in pop as well as in world music is obvious from the endless list of names with whom he has shared the stage or the recording studio: Carlos Núñez, Alfredo Marcucci, Zahava Seewald, Chris Joris, Philip Catherine, Jean- Louis Martinier... In 2008, during the prestigious World Soundtrack Awards, the public were completely enamoured with his passionate score for the Flemish film “Aanrijding in Moscou”. The soundtrack’s international success leads us to believe that Tuur is well on his way to becoming our own Yann Tiersen. No wonder he prefers the intimacy of a trio. At previous editions of the Flemish Jazz Meeting, Florizoone enchanted the audience with Tricycle and with the unusual combination of accordion, tuba and cello with the energetic trio Massot-Florizoone-Horbaczewski. This year he is back with MixTuur, an altogether more ambitious project. With names like Aly Keita, Tutu Puoane, Chris Joris or Nicolas Thys, MixTuur brings talent from East and West, North and South. This is the (temporary) apotheosis of his already brilliant career.


John PriceDOP
John Price is an independent filmmaker who has produced experimental documentaries, dance and diary films since 1986. His love of analog photography led naturally to extensive alchemical experimentation with a wide range of motion picture film emulsions and camera formats. Engagement with these modes of creation connected the way an images texture communicates subtext and is a key feature of his work and the work he shoots for others.


Lisa Valencia-Svensson Associate Producer
Lisa Valencia-Svensson's first films, Borderless and Sedition, directed by award-winning filmmaker Min Sook Lee have screened at festivals globally. Since 2007 she has been working at Storyline Entertainment, where she produced Resilience: Stories of Single Black Mothers.  She has a number of documentary projects in development, including The House That Herman Built. Lisa has a background in finance, community media, and research work.  She plans to continue working on film projects which explore political issues and socially relevant themes, and which encourage audiences to view their world through a constructively critical lens.


Mieke De Wulf - Line Producer
Mieke De Wulf has worked for more than 14 years as Line Producer for A Private View, an award winning production company for feature films and documentaries based in Ghent, Belgium She has produced and coproduced more than 25 feature films en documentaries which have been distributed worldwide. Since 2009, she works as a freelance line producer. She is also teaching Film Production at KASK, a Film School based in Ghent and manages an alternative Art Cinema House Off/Off.


Amanda FederProduction Coordinator
Amanda Feder graduated with honors from Ryerson University's Film Studies program, where she focused her degree on writing and producing.  Amanda has written and produced short segments for CNN International and Salt & Light Television, and has worked as a researcher for Gemini-nominated documentary filmmaker Andrée Cazabon.  She worked at Storyline Entertainment from August 2008 to 2010. She's currently working on her film Sex on Wheels.


Peter Sawade Location Sound
Peter Sawade is a Gemini-award winning sound recordist, who has done on-location sound for hundreds of award-winning productions that have taken him around the world.


Daniel PellerinSound Design
Daniel Pellerin is one of Canada's finest recording and re-recording mixer/engineers, sound designers and music supervisors.  He has worked with a who's who of Canadian filmmakers such as Atom Egoyan, Clement Virgo, James Cameron, Shelley Saywell, Min Sook Lee, Michael Kot, Ron Mann and Bruce MacDonald.  He has been nominated for 10 Genie Awards of which he has won three (Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter, Istvan Szabo's Sunshine and Clement Virgo's Love Come
).  He has been nominated for 16 Gemini Awards, for which he has won two (Musicians in Exile and Under the Piano). He has worked extensively with Storyline Entertainment and he was the supervising mixer for Min Sook Lee's Tiger Spirit and My Toxic Baby.


Tom HillmanAnimation
Tom Hillman serves as Director of Ghost Fx at Renegade Motion Picture Corporation. Mr. Hillman is a self-taught multifaceted artist. Using his innovative cutting edge design principles, he has given unique style to over 150 productions in the last ten years that he has animated, produced, or directed going to air on television and film.