Milica Zec is a film and VR director, editor, producer, and screenwriter. Her debut VR film, “Giant,” has been a highlight of film and new media festivals including Sundance New Frontier and Cannes’ NEXT Programme. Based on real events, "Giant" has been critically lauded as an example of VR's incredible potential to encapsulate the human experience. Prior to creating “Giant,” Milica collaborated with the performance artist Marina Abramovic for nine years, including on her seminal show, “The Artist is Present" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Since 2015, she has been a member of NEW INC, the New Museum’s art, technology, and design incubator in New York City. Her latest project “Tree” was an official selection of Sundance Film Festival New Frontier 2017.
JOHAN KNATTRUP JENSEN
Johan is schooled through the progressive alternative filmschool Super16 where he wasted his time doing regular “boring” films. Now with Makropol, he has reborn himself as a conceptual writer, experience deliverer, chairman of THE board and shaman.
After studying film in France and in the US, Arnaud Paris is a VR director and stereographer working on a variety of formats including documentaries, music videos, commercials and short films. Some of his recent immersive work includes The Land of the Bears, a feature documentary co-produced by James Cameron about Grizzly bears in Kamchatka. Arnaud filmed major monuments around the world among others the Temple of Songwangsa in South Korea, the Sistine Chapel in Rome and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. He also participated in Michel Conte’s feature film art project The Girl From Nagasaki (Official Selection Sundance Film Festival 2014) and he also recently directed a feature documentary about the artists of the Burning Man festival in 3D. In the last two years Arnaud has been teaching innovative filmmaking at UCLA and shot several VR projects for companies like StarVR, Toyota, Nascar and Reliance. Arnaud has also been consutling for leading VR companies in the industry like VideoStitch.