SEAPITCH (Southeast Asian Project Pitch) 2023

Tran Thi Bich Ngoc

Tran Thi Bich Ngoc has worked on internationally acclaimed films like “Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories”, “The Third Wife” and “Glorious Ashes”. Her expertise as a producer has contributed to the success and recognition of Vietnamese cinema on a global scale. Ngoc is also a co-founder of Autumn Meeting, an international cinema workshop and event that has supported young filmmakers in Vietnam and Southeast Asia since 2013. Her efforts to promote Vietnamese cinema have earned her recognition as one of Forbes Magazine's 50 Most Influential Women in 2019.

Chartchai Ketnust

Chartchai Ketnust was a post-production producer, editor and writer in Thailand's film industry. He has worked on many of the highest-quality Thai films. Chartchai has a keen interest in editing and was awarded the Best Film Editing Award from the Bangkok Critics Assembly for the feature documentary film “Final Score”.

“From Bangkok to Mandalay” is his first feature film that made his journey into Myanmar after the country was shut-down for a half century. The film itself challenges the audience to see Myanmar as never before and it became number one box-office in Myanmar last year.

Izabela Igel

Izabela Igel graduated in film producing from EAVE and Wajda School. Her first feature “Floating Skyscrapers” by Tomasz Wasilewski premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and went on to win the top prize in the East of the West competition at the Karlovy Vary IFF. Recently she produced Grzegorz Mołda’s debut feature “The Hatcher” and co-produced Juraj Lehotsky’s “Plastic Symphony” – both of the films premiered at Black Nights Film Festival in Tallinn.

She is coproducing “Pierce” – Singaporean-Taiwanese-Polish debut film by Nelicia Low and “Potopa” Slovak-Czech-Polish debut film by Martin Gonda. Izabela also serves as a trainer for several institutions: Story Lab, Wajda School, Lodz Film School, First Cut Lab. Together with Matthieu Darras, she co-runs Full
Circle Lab Philippines, Munich Film Up! and Pop Up Film Residency Visegrad.
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