João Pedro Rodrigues was born in Lisbon in 1966. After studying biology at Lisbon University he attended the Lisbon Film School, where he obtained his diploma. His public film career began at the 54th Venice Festival in 1997 with the short PARABÉNS!, which won the Special Jury Prize.
Marius Iacob studied UNATC (The National University of Theatre and Film) in Romania, where he also worked as an assistant professor. He has attended several professional programmes, such as Budapest Cinematography Masterclass in 2005, Berlinale Talent Campus in 2006, Aristoteles Workshop in 2007, Four Corners in 2009 or Ex Oriente in 2013.
Armando Giovanni Iannucci OBE is a Scottish satirist, writer, director, and radio producer.
Nuria Ibáñez is a Spanish scriptwiter and director. She lives and works in Mexico...
Charby Ibrahim studied Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts. He has completed filmmaking internships in both Singapore and Australia, and now runs Marhaba Films, a production company specialising in social impact documentaries.
Vadym Ilkov is Ukrainian cinematographer and director. He worked as a director of photography on a number of fiction, documentary and animated films.
Colombian director and artist Natalia Imery Almario (1990) studied social communication and documentary filmmaking. She makes short films and video art for art galleries.
Lisa Immordino Vreeland directed the award-winning films Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel and Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict.
He is an actor, director and producer. As an actor, his career spans more than two decades. He directed a short film 50 (2017).
Born in 1981 in Tunis, ismaël is a conceptualist photographer, blogger and cyber activist.
Rodion Ismailov was born in 1966 in Tauz (Azerbaijan). In 1998, he graduated from Saint Petersburg State University of Cinematography and Television, specialized in film-directing. Rodion founded Deboshir Film Studio in 1997, and from 2000 till 2005, he was the president of Saint Petersburg Fund Independent Cinema Fund...
Joris Ivens, byname of Georg Henri Anton Ivens, (born November 18, 1898, Nijmegen, Netherlands—died June 28, 1989, Paris, France), Dutch motion-picture director who filmed more than 50 international documentaries that explored leftist social and political concerns...
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