EDN Members of the Month
In our monthly interview series "EDN Member of the Month", we focus on one of our many members to show both members in the spotlight and the diversity of the EDN membership group. Below you will find an overview of our previous EDN members of the month. Use the navigation bar below to display all Members of the Month for a specific year.
Ingrid Kopp began her career in the documentaries department at Channel 4 Television in the UK, moving to New York in 2004 to work as a producer for a number of independent production companies before becoming Editor-in-Chief of Shooting People, a network for filmmakers. Now at the Tribeca Film Institute in New York Ingrid oversees ... [read more].
Carmen was born in Southern Spain and after graduating as a social worker at the University of Seville she immigrated to the UK. In 1991, following two years of teaching Spanish at the University of East Anglia, she started working as freelance researcher/location manager for the Education Department and the Natural History Unit of the BBC ... [read more].
Signe Byrge Sørensen is CEO and producer at Final Cut for Real, which is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has been a producer for 14 years. "I first started working with this company because I was hired to help Janus Billeskov Jansen to do a pilot for a web-based language exploratorium. It is a long story, but this project in the end resulted in the two documentaries ... [read more].
Sinae Ha works as a producer and director for the production company BODA Media Group. She has a B.A specialized in Television production and journalism, and has worked in television production for three years. While in the planning team, she launched a 50-min factual program, Top Secret (KBS 1) and developed the documentary series ... [read more].
Joan Gonzalez began his career in 1976 at TVE (Television Española) as assistant film editor. He is now the manager of Parallel 40 and has been so since it was founded in 1996. Parallel 40 is an independent company focused on training, production, distribution and festivals in the documentary field in both Spain and Latin America ... [read more].
Sue has produced and directed documentaries for over sixteen years. She started her television career as a researcher, working on many award-winning films with Ken Loach, John Pilger and Peter Watkins. She then went on to produce and direct over twenty broadcast documentaries. After producing and directing many singles and series for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV, Sue founded Sequoia Films ... [read more].
Making DOC Producciones S.L. is based in Spain with offices in both the Extremadura region and in Madrid. It’s an audiovisual production company specialising in the making of documentaries that focus on human interest, current issues, human rights and conflict and post-conflict zones ... [read more].
Anemon Productions was founded in 2003 and produces documentaries and television programmes for the Greek and international market. Recent work includes co-productions with ARTE, ZDF, YLE, HISTORY TV, AVRO, TV3, TSR, ERT, SKAI TV and the GREEK FILM CENTRE, and the focus is on society, history and current affairs ... [read more].
Kloos & Co. Medien was launched in 2002 and in 2007 the world sales branch was added. Among the titles produced by Kloos & Co. are The Other Chelsea (Jakob Preuss, 2010), The Day We Danced on the Moon (Tristan Daws, 2010), 89 Millimetres (Sebastian Heinzel, 2005), Of Sharks and Fish (Rolf S. Wolkenstein, 2011) and the ARTE-transmedia project Planet Galata ... [read more].
Fredrik Gertten is one of the founders of WG Film in 1994 and since then the company has produced documentaries such as Boogie Woogie Daddy (Erik Bäfving, 2002), Belfast Girls (Malin Andersson, 2006), Milk Bar (Terese Mörnvik, Ewa Einhorn, 2007), Bananas!* (Fredrik Gertten, 2009), I Bought a Rain Forest (Jacob Andrén, Helena Nygren, 2010), Love Always, Carolyn ... [read more].