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MATTHIAS ABERLE / Director, Author, Producer / Germany Matthias Aberle studied directing in Paris and filming in Berlin. As director he has worked for film, television, radio, and print. His written works have been published in newspapers, magazines, and by Diogenes publishing house. He has staged theatrical works at spectacular locations including the aquarium at the Berlin Zoo (Waiting for Godot), the Berlin Cathedral (The inaugural speech of the American female Pope), and Rheinsberg Castle (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). His work in theater, incorporates music videos and film. Matthias Aberle is the director, author, and producer of numerous films, screenplays, and plays.
ANALÍA POLLIO / Director of Photography / Uruguay Analía Pollio was formed at the National School of Fine Arts, Udelar/ Montevideo. She completed postgraduate studies in film photography at the Cinema and Audiovisual School of Catalonia (ESCAC) in Barcelona with Tomas Pladevell and learned cinema photography with Rodolfo Denevi (Association of the Cinematographic Industry S.I.C.A) in Buenos Aires. She learned the scenic management of light with Ralf Müller at the International Academy of Film and Television EICTV in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
VANGELIS PAPAGEORGIOU / Musician, Composer / Greece A very well trained Composer with ability to compose in many different styles of music (from contemporary classical music to jazz, rock, electronic and ethnic) composing and arranging music for film, TV and theaters. After finishing the MA Post Production – Composing course he feels ready to respond to any challenge coming from this field. He has also a great experience in teaching music as he has been Course Leader and Artistic Director for many years at Conservatoire of Kalamaria, Thessaloniki.