Jord den Hollander
Jord den Hollander has received many international awards for his television series, films and documentaries on art and architecture. His documentary Greetings from Finsterwolde received a Gouden Kalf nomination for best film in 1997. In 2004 he wrote 60 episodes for a highly acclaimed children television series on arts and science. It received the highest international award for children’s television, The Prix Jeunesse in 2005. His latest film Mission Statements on the architecture of Dutch embassies was awarded Best Documentary Film at the 2011 AFFR Festival. Jord is also a lecturer at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam and the Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam.
Min-Chul Kim founded the true story based production house, Minch & Films. He is a former literary agent, party promoter and is currently a producer who has made several award-winning documentaries such as Planet of Snails (2011), Iron Crows (2009) and 9 Muses of Star Empire (2012). With knowledge earned from his hands-on experience coproducing and collaborating with film talents from Europe and Asia, he has been working as a trainer for various documentary education programs such as Crossing Borders, CNEX CCDF, Tokyo Docs and Tribeca Teaches.
Wenlan Peng is a producer and director of documentary films, specialising mainly in China. Formerly a producer and presenter at China Central Television in Beijing, she is now based back in London, UK, where her company Sinoscope continues to produce documentary films for British television and carries out reversioning work for BBC World. Wenlan also works frequently as a trainer in documentary film production for the BBC, the European Union and international documentary film festivals.