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Nicholas Greene is a British filmmaker based in New York. His short film Salar, made in Bolivia, was shortlisted for the 2013 Oscars after winning the Austin Film Festival, and screened at other festivals worldwide, including Clermont-Ferrand, Palm Springs, London and Rio de Janeiro. His feature screenplay A Death in the Andes was selected for the Film Independent Directing and Producing Labs, and the Cine Qua Non screenwriting lab in Mexico. He co-founded Ascension Entertainment with UK producer Jolyon Symonds, and received development funding from the British Film Institute for two feature projects: Travels with My Aunt, based on the novel by Graham Greene, and The White Tiger, based on the Booker prize winning novel by Aravind Adiga. He holds an MFA in film from Columbia University and previously worked for Paramount Pictures in London.
Olivia Silver is a narrative filmmaker who grew up in Connecticut and California. Her first feature film Arcadia, starring Oscar nominee John Hawkes (The Sessions, Winter’s Bone), won the Crystal Bear at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival, the Adrienne Shelley Award at the Nantucket Film Festival, and the Grand Prize at the Cine Junior Festival, among others. At the script stage, Arcadia was selected for the Sundance Producing Lab, the Film Independent Director’s Lab, IFP/No Borders and the Berlinale Talent Project Market. Olivia’s short film Little Canyon premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and screened at numerous other festivals including Edinburgh and Denver. Olivia is a dual U.S.-French citizen and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. She has a BA from Williams College and is a graduate of the UCLA MFA Film Directing program.