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The Experts

General Moderators
Head of Studies:
Paul Miller
, producer, Escape Pictures, Netherlands/US
He is an independent producer and film executive working in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. He is currently based in Amsterdam.
Until the end of 2014 Miller was, Director of Film Financing at the the Doha Film Institute in Qatar. Miller oversaw an education training programme, a global grants fund and managed a +$25M international film financing portfolio.
His filmography includes The Birder’s Guide to Everything by Rob Meyer, Babygirl by Macdara Vallely, Snow Angels by David Gordon Green, A Love Song For Bobby Long by Shainee Gabel, Nation by Erik Skjoldbaerg, Lone Star by John Sayles.
Delegate to Head of Studies:
Sophie Bourdon
, Training Consultant, Bourdon Film Consulting, France/Switzerland She has a 25-year experience in the film industry, working mostly in festivals (Locarno, Cannes, San Sebastian), international sales and co-productions at MK2 and ACE-Ateliers du Cinéma Européen with European and international directors and producers such as Krzysztof Kieslowski, Michael Haneke, Claude Chabrol, Radu Mihaileanu, Danis Tanovic, Abbas Kiarostami, Lodge Kerrigan, Jonathan Nossiter.
Martin Hagemann, producer, zero fiction film, Germany
(The Turin Horse by Béla Tarr, The Children of Huang Shi by Roger Spottiswoode, Fay Grimm and Flirt by Hal Hartley, Moloch and Father and Son by Aleksandr Sokurov, etc.)
Florian Rettich, freelance DIT & Workflow Supervisor, Germany.
He works as a HD supervisor and DIT (bvk) since the first hours of Digital Cinematography all over Europe and is well known as an universal specialist for almost any kind of digital acquisition technology and digital workflow.
Florian has a strong background in High Definition production technology such as flyaway broadcast systems or outside broadcast trucks. Having worked as an assistant cameraman  on traditional film productions in the past, he can "speak" both languages: analog and digital.
His track record as Digital Image Supervisor includes several films by Wim Wenders (Pina, Every Thing Will Be Fine) as well as Die Vermessung der Welt (3D) by Detlev Buck and Highlander – The Source by Brett Leonard.
Philippe Ros AFC, Director of photography and Digital Imaging Supervisor, France
Philippe Ros is specialized in hand held camera and ergonomics issues. He is fully acquainted with the digital shooting systems and the postproduction workflows linked to them. Recently, he was Digital Imaging Director during five years on Oceans, film directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud. His goal was to match underwater HD shots and 35 mm topside shots.
He was also DoP on underwater nights, tanks and microscope shooting on Oceans. He was Digital Imaging Supervisor on Home directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. For television, he was the cinematographer of the first five seasons of the series Kaamelott, directed by Alexandre Astier.
He is a member of :
– AFC, French Association of directors of Photography
– The Imago Technical Committee (European Federation of Cinematographers)
– UP3D, French association of 3D specialists.
Tommaso Vergallo, post-production consultant, CEO Noir Lumière, France
He has a 20-year experience, working as production manager in digital laboratories like Swiss Effects (Switzerland, 1995-2000), Duboi (France, until 2003), Quinta Industries (France, 2006). From 2003 to mid 2014, he has been involved at Digimage in the postproduction of movies like THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS T.S. SPIVET (3D) & AMELIE by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, BROTHERHOOD OF WOLVES by Christophe Gans, ASTERIX AND OBELIX, MISSION CLEOPATRA by Alain Chabat, RENÉ by Alain Cavalier, 24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE by Michael Winterbottom, TEN by Abbas Kiarostami, LA PETITE LILI by Claude Miller, YES by Sally Potter, THE WILD GRASS by Alain Resnais, THE BEACHES OF AGNÈS, by Agnès Varda, OCEANS by Jacques Perrin, CARLOS by Olivier Assayas, MIRAL by Julian Schnabel, AMOUR by Michael Haneke, ON THE ROAD by Walter Salles, IN THE HOUSE by François Ozon, RUST AND BONES by Jacques Audiard.
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