REGIONAL PRODUCERS

Andras Domonyai

Africa Regional Producer
Mombasa/Kenya

He was born in 1974, Szekszárd, Hungary, his family was working on the agricultural business, but on his mother side he had strong relations to the journalism as well.
He was a professional actor for twelve years, but he has graduated as economist with focus on art & marketing, and on rural development & culture subjects.
He has moved to Kenya at 2013 to start an agriculture and rural development venture, and to survey the possibilities of environmental friendly farming in Africa.
Now he is living in Mombasa at the kenyan coast, and he was very eager to join the team of Shoot4Earth project as a local producer.
https://www.picuki.com/profile/andrasdomonyai


Prof. Peter Terezakis

Ambassador of Shoot4earth
Northern American Regional Producer

Peter Terezakis is an Associate Arts Professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. In 1974 he began creating jewelry-sized electronic works of art. His ideas grew to gallery-sized works, then to an interactive building, and eventually to monumental scale temporary installations of a kinetic light sculpture in deserts, forests, and national parks. In 2007 he developed Sacred Sky Sacred Earth, a theatrical event combining art, dance, education, and music to focus on precious – and vanishing – open spaces. 
Since 2014, Peter has taught classes on environmental issues, often bringing students to Black Rock Forest for a weekend in nature. He has also taught a class in Cell Phone Cinema and another in the recurring principles in Art and Technology. After being embedded with an NSF-NYU sponsored expedition to Greenland’s Helheim Glacier in 2019, Terezakis developed a class for students to understand and prepare for the impact Abrupt Climate Change will have on their lives and humanity.


Professor Max Schleser

Australia Regional Producer

Max Schleser is a filmmaker, award-winning transmedia producer, Senior Lecturer in Film & TV researcher in the Centre for Transformative Media Technologies (CTMT) at Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia), Adobe Education Leader, Founder of the Mobile Innovation Network & Association (www.mina.pro) and Screening Director of the International Mobile Innovation Screening & Festival.
Max’s experimental films, moving-image arts and cinematic VR projects are screened at film festivals and exhibited in galleries and museums. His community engaged documentaries are broadcasted on TV and online (https://www.behance.net/maxschleser). He conceptualised and conducted digital storytelling and smartphone workshops for a number of cultural institutes, city councils and government bodies in Australia, New Zealand/Aotearoa, Rarotonga (Cook Islands) and the UK. His industry consultancy includes projects for Adobe, BBC, Ministry of Social Development – Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora, Nokia, Frontier Strategy and Open Lab. He is a regular keynote speaker on mobile innovation, mobile creativity, immersive media and smartphone filmmaking at festivals, congresses and conferences internationally.
http://www.schleser.nz/
https://twitter.com/MaxMobile/


Arnon Louiv Dantas

South American Regional Producer
Writer/Producer

Arnon Louiv is an Emmy-nominated writer/producer from Brazil. He has written/produced numerous documentaries broadcast on national television on the PBS network. He also wrote and produced the feature film OUT of BALANCE, and his most current feature film is available on AMAZON, “MY DAUGHTER’S DILEMMA.” Arnon has also written, directed and produced the acclaimed short film ‘THE GOD WOMAN’ where he plays the leading character. The God Woman is available on youtube.


Tianyuan He

China Regional Producer
Director/Screenwriter

Tianyuan He, award-winning director and screenwriter. Graduated from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, Tianyuan is a professional filmmaker based in Beijing. Her film as the screenwriter “The Commitment” received the Special Mention award at the 2018 Montreal International Film Festival. Her film as the director and screenwriter “5 Days with Her” won the Best One-Minute Cellphone Cinema Award at the 2014 New York Indian Film Festival. In 2015, she founded the first film society in China called “Film-Eating-Monster” [Chinese:食影兽], to connect filmmakers between China and overseas, fostering the development of film education in China. The society has successfully held several events in China with the mobile cinema pioneer, Professor Karl Bardosh from NYU.