Magazine article Screen International

EFA Elects Six to Board

Magazine article Screen International

EFA Elects Six to Board

Article excerpt

Six women have been elected onto the board of the European Film Academy (EFA).

Each board member is elected for a two-year term, with eight of the board up for re-election this time. Re-elected were two female members, Dagmar Jacobsen and Rebecca O'Brien. The six new board members are:

Tilde Corsi, Italy, producer

Ira von Gienanth, Germany, producer/distributor

Angeles Gonzáles-Sinde, Spain, screenwriter

Vanessa Henneman, Netherlands, talent agent

Agnès Jaoui, France, director/screenwriter/actress

Ewa Puszczynska, Poland, producer

They replace Adriana Chiesa di Palma (Italy), Stephan Hutter (Germany), Cedomir Kolar (France), Goran Paskaljevic (Serbia), Antonio Perez Perez (Spain) and Jani Thiltges (Luxembourg).EFA Board

Chairwoman:

Agnieszka Holland, Poland, director

Deputy Chairmen:

Mike Downey, UK, producer

Antonio Saura, Spain, producer

Board Members:

Roberto Cicutto, Italy, producer

Tilde Corsi, Italy, producer

Helena Danielsson, Sweden, producer

Ira von Gienanth, Germany, producer/distributor

Ilann Girard, France, producer

Angeles Gonzáles-Sinde, Spain, screenwriter

Vanessa Henneman, Netherlands, talent agent

Dagmar Jacobsen, Germany, producer/director

Agnès Jaoui, France, director/screenwriter/actress

Nadine Luque, Spain, producer

David MacKenzie, UK, director

Rebecca O'Brien, UK, producer

Ewa Puszczynska, Poland, producer

Marek Rozenbaum, Israel, producer

Ada Solomon, Romania, producer

Krzysztof Zanussi, Poland, director

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