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.
Almaz Media is one of Vietnam’s top video production companies. Based in Hanoi the company collaborates with an extended network of international freelancers, and their client list includes among others BBC World News, Channel News Asia, Discovery Channel, MTV, Al-Arabia, and SRF. Suong Mai is an up and coming producer in Vietnam, and the manager of Almaz Media ... [read more].
Georgy Molodtsov is the programming director of EMC VR Film Festival and Student VR Lab (Russia), and lead mentor of Steamer VR Lab (Israel). He is the co-founder of VRability social good project, and in 2016 he received Russia's Media Manager of the Year Award for promoting VR in educational and social projects as well as ... [read more].
Miriam Chandy Menacherry is the founder-director at the Mumbai based production house Filament Pictures. She has pitched and produced award-winning films that have been broadcast on international channels like the National Geographic Channel, BBC World, Arte, DR and Al Jazeera. Documentaries include The Rat Race, which weaves together the narratives of rat killers in Mumbai ... [read more].
European Women’s Audiovisual Network (EWA) is a supportive community that wants to promote greater gender equality for audiovisual creatives to ensure that women’s creative voices are heard in all their linguistic and cultural diversity throughout Europe and beyond ... [read more].
Jane Ray is a multi-award winning documentary maker and executive producer in radio and television with a journalistic background and 29 years’ service at the BBC. She started there as local radio reporter and was the Editorial Guardian for BBC Worldwide Content when she left last year to set up the Foundation and her own company “CatFlap Media” ... [read more].
Born and raised in Germany, Alexander Behse settled in New Zealand in 2002 after graduating with an MA (Producing) at UTS, Sydney. Behse furthermore holds an MA in European Audio-visual Management from the Media Business School, Spain (2005). After building a reputation as an off and online editor at one of New Zealand's leading production houses ... [read more].
Don Edkins was born in Cape Town in 1953. At the age of twenty-two he left South Africa for political reasons, and returned in 1994 to take part in his country’s first democratic elections. He completed his studies in development work and African languages, and has extensive work experience in the field of media and social change. In April 2014, he started AfriDocs ... [read more].
Angelos Tsaousis has an MA degree in Communication Studies from Leeds University, UK. During his studies he experimented with editing and after graduating he focused on documentary storytelling. He has produced several short films. During his first steps in documentary life among other projects, Angelos directed educational short documentaries ... [read more].
Anaïs Clanet has been involved with the cinema industry since 2005, working for the website www.allocine.com, where she conducted interviews and covered press screenings for documentaries such as The Kid Stays in the Picture (Nanette Burstein, Brett Morgen, 2002). She pursued her master studies in History and Audiovisual Theory ... [read more].
Sylvain Biegeleisen was born in Antwerp, Belgium and he covers a diverse range of creative professions - film director and producer, writer, painter and video artist, photographer and musician, group moderator and singer. In 1996 Sylvain founded the NGO Lahav Association for the Promotion of Values in Society ... [read more].