Director, Writer, Producer
Frédéric Tcheng is a French-born filmmaker. Originally trained in civil engineering, he moved to New York City in 2002 to attend Columbia University’s film school, from which he obtained a Masters of Fine Arts in 2007. He co- produced, co-edited and co-shot Valentino: The Last Emperor (directed by Matt Tyrnauer), the 2009 hit documentary shortlisted for the Best Documentary Oscar. He is the co-director (with Lisa Immordino Vreeland and Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt) of DIANA VREELAND: THE EYE HAS TO TRAVEL, a Samuel Goldwyn release. His collaborations include such varied personalities as the poet Sarah Riggs and the fashion photographer Mikael Jansson. He works as an editor on commercials for brands such as H&M, Jimmy Choo and Ferragamo. He is currently developing a fictional screenplay.
Guillaume de Roquemaurel
Guillaume de Roquemaurel graduated from Columbia University’s film school. He has directed several award-winning shorts. Based in Paris, he is the owner of media startup CIM Productions, which produces film, video and photography for various French and
For the last 7 years, Paris-based Juliette Lambours has worked as a line producer and production manager for independent production companies and such directors as Lodge Kerrigan. The films that she has worked on have premiered in such festivals as Cannes, Locarno and Venice.
Italian-born, Chiara Girardi lives in Paris and works as a line producer and assistant director. Along with line-producing many shorts and documentaries, she worked as assistant director on the ARTE documentary Callas Assoluta and André Téchiné's Impardonnables. She also contributed to the development of the feature film TIR by Alberto Fasulo, awarded Best Film at the 2013 Rome Film Festival.
Julio C. Perez IV
Los- Angeles-based Julio C. Perez was the editor of The Myth of the American Sleepover, which premiered in Cannes in 2010 and won the best ensemble cast award at SXSW. He has also edited This is Martin Bonner , which won the Best of Next award at Sundance and the Cassavetes award at the Independent Spirit Awards.
Director of Photography
A Graduate of ENS Louis Lumière in 2001, Gilles Piquard has photographed many documentaries, fiction films and music videos. His last feature film as cinematographer, WTF, will be released this year in more than 30 countries. He lives in Paris.
Virgile van Ginneken
Virgile van Ginneken works as a sound engineer and composer in France for narrative and documentary films. His work has been selected for a number of film festivals and he has participated in masterclasses with such well-known composers as Dr L. Subramaniam, Raphael Imbert and Jean-Claude Vannier.
Voice of Christian Dior
Omar Berrada is a writer and translator living between Paris and Marrakech, where he codirects Dar al- Ma'mûn, a library and residency center for artists and writers. He previously hosted shows on French national radio and public programs at the Centre Pompidou. He is on the artistic steering committee of the Marrakech Biennale, and a co-director of Dubai's Global Art Forum.
Based in New York, Ha-Yang Kim is a composer- cellist who creates music in multiple mediums, collaborating with a wide variety of artists and performing in venues worldwide. Drawing from a breadth of musical genres, from American experimentalism to rock to nonwestern sources, Kim's music is inspired by acoustic phenomena, ritual ceremonial processes, and characterized by an organic visceral lyricism of sound influenced by the East Asian sense of space and emptiness. She has released two albums of her compositions.
Michael Galbe is the owner of New York -based startup agency, Signal Surge. Michael was Head of New Business Development for Trendrr.tv, which was acquired by Twitter in the fall of 2013. He served as VP of Music & Talent for MTV Tr3s, where he was in charge of the music programming rooted in the fusion of American and Latino music, cultures, lifestyles and languages.