Michael Jenkins is a self-shooting, director, producer and writer of film and TV.He was recently voted among the 100 most influential people in Bristol in the BME power list 2018. An award winning filmmaker, he won Best Short film for ‘Check the Label’ at The Royal Television Society Awards 2018 and won two BBC Local Radio Gillard Awards for the Diversity and Community award categories. He recently directed his first short for CBBC called Topknot or not. Currently part of the BAFTA/BFI Network Crew 2020 as well as a TV Collective Future Breakthrough Leader. A short film he has written and directed – Pickney – funded by the BFI, is currently doing the festival circuit.
Ainize Sarasola, Artist-Filmaker. I am originally from Orio, a small village in the Basque Country. After studying fine arts in Bilbao I moved to Berlin. I have been here for years now doing movies and art.
Miguel Mitlag, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, lives in Berlin. Film studies at the Universidad del Cine Buenos Aires and photography at I.C.P. New York. Besides experimental and documentary filmmaking, Mitlag is also a Visual Artist and participate regularly in exhibitions. Since 2017 Mitlag runs Carrots Tapes, a music label from Berlin focused on releasing sound artifacts on cassette.
The Unidad de Montaje Dialéctico (UMD) is a research agency and a faceless artistic collective established in 2020. Their refusal to show their faces and to use proper names stems from a defense of clandestinity and collectivity as a tactic to confront the logic of the spectacle and the industrial-celebrity complex.
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Antifa for All is a film project with different narrative levels. Conceptually a hybrid of documentary and feature film, it interweaves three narrative strands: 1. scenic documentary, 2. historical documentary and 3. playfully staged.