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Peter Brosens & Jessica Woodworth

Peter Brosens  (born in 1962, Leuven, Belgium)

Peter Brosens has been an independent filmmaker and producersince 1991. He studied urban geography and cultural anthropology. Brosens is a 1995 EAVEgraduate. Prior to The Fifth Season he produced and directed creative documentaries such as hisMongolia Trilogy: City of the Steppes (1993), State of Dogs (1998) and Poets of Mongolia(1999).

 

Filmography

El Camino del tempo (1992, doc.), City of Steppes (1993, doc.), State of Dogs (1998, doc.), Poets of Mongolia (1999, doc.), Khadak (2006), Altiplano (2009), The Fifth Season (2012).

 

Peter Brosens & Jessica Woodworth

Jessica Woodworth (born 1971, Washington DC, USA)
Jessica grew up between Europe and the US. Shestudied literature at Princeton then worked in China for European networks. She received her MAin documentary from Stanford.  Jessica was the president of the jury at the 2011 Ghent IFF. Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth won the Lion of the Future at the 2006 Venice IFF with Khadak. Their second fiction, Altiplano, was launched in Cannes in 2009 and won the Golden Kinnaree at the Bangkok IFF.

 

Filmography

Virgin Diaries(2001), Urga Song (1999, doc.), Khadak (2006), Altiplano (2009),  The Fifth Season (2012).

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