KRISTOF BILSEN (BE)
Had a career in video for performing arts and subsequently did his Masters in Documentary Direction at the National Film and Television School (UK).
He enrolled for the Werner Herzog Film Course in Los Angeles and also attended the Berlinale Talent Campus 2012.
Elephant’s Dream, his first feature film, screened at more than 40 festivals worldwide and was featured on BBC World Service, CBC's The Current a.o. and received various awards such as Special Mention in the One World Media Awards UK. He's been working as research producer for a travel series for Discovery Asia and along with his film practice, he is one of the 8 founding members of Kitchen Sink Collective, teaches Documentary Direction at Luca Arts in Brussels and the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and regularly gives workshops on documentary research and storytelling.
He finished the IDFA Academy and DocLab programs and is member of EDN, Union of Directors (Belgium) and is graduate of the EURODOC Documentary Producers' program. He has also been selected as one of the 18 Emerging Producers 2019.
He is also cofounder of WoodsDoc, a nomadic community documentary cinema initiative he initiated with Abbie Boutkabout.
Currently he is finishing a new feature documentary, called MOTHER.
ABBIE BOUTKABOUT (BE)
LINE PRODUCER & FESTIVALS/SCREENINGS COORDINATOR
Abbie helps in the day-to-day production and also handles our screenings and festival enquiries.
She also is an author and scriptwriter.
For festival and screenings, contact production(AT)limerickfilms.com
JON WYGENS (UK)
Jon's music has earned him a growing reputation as a sought after composer for both feature films and television. He has gone on to score various feature films that have premiered at international film festivals. His television work includes THE MURDER TRIAL which won awards for best documentary at the BAFTA TV Craft, Royal Television Society and Broadcast awards 2014 as well as the theme tune and music for the phenomenally popular series GREAT BRITISH RAILWAY JOURNEYS. He signed for the music of Elephant's Dream, together with Baloji.
XAN MARQUEZ CANEDA (UK/SP)
Xan worked as a live music engineer and video editor before moving to London and then joined the National Film and Television School.
He has worked in fiction films, television projects and documentaries - his main line of work, in Spain, United Kingdom, DR Congo and Argentina. He signed for the soundrecording of Elephant's Dream and is creative collaborator on our projects as a writer.