ADRIAN KELTERBORN / FILMMAKER AND MULTIMEDIA PRODUCER
Adrian is a founder of Prismago Multimedia productions in Basel, Switzerland (2014). In 2007-2012 he was a lead multimedia producer for Magnum in Motion multimedia studio at Magnum Photos, NY, where he had produced over a 100 multimedia essays, including Access to Life, Hungry in America for Magnum photographers and clients such as Bob Dylan and the UN.
As a multimedia producer he is focusing on projects that are blending the languages of photojournalism, film, music, video art and performance arts into new media hybrids for online and offline platforms. His recent projects include Shipbreaking, a cross media opera for a music theatre installation (Prismago, 2015-17), Libyan Sugar, a film and video installation by Michael Christopher Brown (Screen, 2015) Fieber, filmic completion of musical score based on scientific research of fever (Prismago, 2014), Behind The Picture, 4 essays (Time magazine, 2013-14), Streaming Nation (Screen, 2014). He has taught multimedia workshops at ISSP, OSF, IREX, Photo Stories and Neue Schule für Fotografie.
ANDRE COSTANTINI, FILMMAKER
André has shot and produced documentary shorts in the US, Africa and Haiti for NGOs and commercial clients. He is the director of Bel Borba Aqui (2012), a feature documentary about Bahian artist Bel Borba. He has a long history of collaborating with still photographers making the transition into film including editing Vincent Laforet’s film Reverie.
RAMON PEZ / ART DIRECTOR AND BOOKMAKER
Ramon’s signature design springs from a content-driven and detail-oriented approach based on the idea that design is the architecture of storytelling. He is particularly interested in projects where stories and narrative structures mix different media. He was a senior art director at Colors Magazine (2012-2014), and an art director at Doctors with Africa (2008-2014). His recent book projects include Mikhael Subotzky’s Ponte City (Steidl, 2014), Laia Abril’s The Epilogue (Dewi Lewis, 2014), Ren Hang’s The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast (Editions Bessard, 2014) and Irina Weerning’s Back to the Future (self-published, 2014), and Cristina De Middel’s The Afronauts (2012). He is the recipient of the Bronze Cube from the Art Director’s Club (2012, 2013) and the ICP Infinity Award (2012)