Meet our advisory team
A full time film producer, Paula has worked in radio, TV, printed media, digital platforms and films for over two decades. Previous to her career in filmmaking, she was a full time journalist. She founded Pinball London in 2009 as a production company committed to international long feature films with an auteur zeal. Within Pinball London, she leads Pinball Audiences, a team providing impact producing services, training, and film distribution consultancy in the US, Europe and Latin America. Under the banner Pinball Arts, the company also creates ancillary content that links films to a wider world at the intersection of art, engineering and technology. Paula has trained emerging producers for over a decade and has helped facilitate many workshops. Since 2003 she has worked in productions combining the US, Latin America and Europe with world known filmmakers. Since 2015 she has provided training for Regional Producers in South America in partnership with British Council and the regional film agencies on Impact Producing for docs and fiction films. She is a professor at Kingston University in London.
Paula Vaccaro, Producer
Maša Marković, CineLink Industry Coordinator
Maša Marković was born in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1988. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague (Aesthetics) and also had studied South Slavic and Balkan Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague.
She has been active in film industry for the past five years mainly working at the CineLink Coproduction Market (Sarajevo FF) as a Meeting Assistant and Meeting Coordinator. Her work experience also includes collaboration with different NGOs and student organizations.In 2013 Masha started to work at the Institute of Documentary Film as Ex Oriente Film Workshop and East European Forum Programme Coordinator.
Brigid O'Shea, Co-Launcher of DAE
Brigid O'Shea is an Australian native who has been living and working in Germany for more than 10 year After completing a fine arts degree in Melbourne and Berlin, she worked for the Berlinale Talents and later the Co-Production Market, as well as for the last 5 years organizing the DOK Leipzig Co-Production Meeting and related DOK Industry events. She has worked for various training documentary training initiatives like the Documentary Campus and Institute of Documentary Film in Prague, and gives workshops on European financing possibilities and co-production for beginners in places like North America and the Balkans, as well as in Germany.
Jasmin Basic, Programmer Visions du Réel
Film historian and programmer, Master of Arts in Cinema and English. Collaborations with several festivals, in Switzerland and abroad. She has curated a large number of retrospectives and has developed programmes and events focused on international TV series. She was an appointed expert for the Swiss Federal Office of Culture for TV drama and series and a board member of the Geneva Film Commission. Co-founder and board member of Pro Short, the Swiss association for short films. In 2017, she joined the production companies La Bête in Paris and Alva Film in Geneva as associate producer.