Mila Turajlic is a documentary director and producer from Belgrade, Serbia, where she has a production company, Dribbling Pictures together with filmmaker Boris Mitic. She studied Politics and International Relations (BSc) and Media and Communications (MSc) at the London School of Economics, and Film and TV Production at the national film school (FDU) in Belgrade. She gained experience working on feature films (Mel Gibson's Apocalypto, Fade to Black, Brothers Bloom). Mila’s first feature doc CINEMA KOMUNISTO premiered at IDFA 2010, and won 16 awards including the Golden Hugo at Chicago Int’l Film Festival.
Personal website: www.dissimila.rs
Carine holds a double Master Degree in Business and Administration from Laval University in Quebec and from the Grenoble Business School and Master Degree in documentary cinema from Paris 7 University. After a career in sales and marketing in Canada, she decided to follow her passion and work with cinema and documentary films. She was a production manager for several companies producing short movies and documentaries for ten years. Together with Guillaume Morel, in 2010 she founded Survivance, an independent production and distribution company. With a dozen produced films which premiered at the Berlinale, Locarno, Rotterdam and key documentary festivals (Nyon, FID, Festival du Reel, CPH Dox...) Survivance was also the receipient of funding from CNC, EURIMAGES, Doha Film Institute, and the Hubert Bals Fund.