Bio: Craig Slattery was born in Australia. He works as a film editor for BBC2’s Culture Show. He has two more films (Pierced Off and Self Serve) in his credit.
Bio: Suzanne Girot has directed a number of documentaries: Havana Bienal, Let our People Grow (on the medical use of marijuana), The Ultimate Dive (on the "art" of finding interesting objects in the trash), Girl Beat-Power of the Drum (on a Brazilian percussion group consisting only of women). In Mister Spazzman, she explores the therapeutic method of music, with her brother-in-law as the protagonist.
Bio: Kimberly Reed is the first woman director who has undergone a sex change operation. She began her career by directing travelogues. For four consecutive years her work has been included in the program of the Independent Film Week in the USA. Prodigal Sons is her first feature-length documentary.
Bio: Hooshang Mirzaee was born in Iran in 1961. He studied at the IRIB Film Center and then took up painting. With his first film Sazeneh he became recognized as one of the most important young directors in Iran while with Mine he won many international awards including the Gold Remi in the USA.
Bio: Rosa Rogers has directed dozens of documentaries traveling the length and breadth of the world. Her journeys have led her on a unique odyssey from Rio in Brazil to Beijing. Her films have participated in many international festivals, while she was nominated twice for the prestigious One World Media Award.
Bio: Marina Danezi was born in Athens, in 1982. She studied mathematics at the University of Athens and drama at the "Delos", under the direction of Demetra Chatoupi. During the last few years, she works as an actress in both theatre and cinema. Her first film was The Pirate οf Time (2008): honorable mention at the 31st Short Film Festival – digi 2008, in Drama, Greece.
Bio: Sarah Tracton lost her hearing for good at the age of twenty, a fact that allows her to have a powerful "hearing" memory which she also uses in White Sound to explore the idea of living in a world without sound. She can read lips in 68 languages. In 2008 she won the Spirit of SHHH Award for her contribution to raising awareness of issues surrounding deafness. An award winning filmmaker, writer and access advocate, Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. An Enhance TV ATOM Award finalist, White Sound has screened at festivals worldwide.