Marie Blondiaux is producer and associate of Red Corner since 2012. She obtained master degrees in Comparative Literature and Audiovisual Law at Sciences-Po Paris and La Sorbonne. She worked for the French National Board for Books, the Ministry of Culture, and BBC Worldwide before joining Capa Agency as film and digital projects manager.
With Red Corner, Blondiaux produces Web and VR experiences that bring together the best digital creators and developers in the service of emotional and thought-provoking proposals through new technologies, such as Phi (winner NFB Arte Haikus interactive 2015), The Last Gaul (Awwwards Site of the month in 2016), 7 lives (Selection Tribeca Film Festival 2019, winner Best Fiction at VR Arles and Best Fiction and Audience awards at VR Days 2019), MOA (winner Best AR at New Images 2020), and 4 Feet High (Jury and Audience Awards Episodic Pilot at SXSW 2021).
Arnold van Bruggen is a writer and director who works on in-house as well as commissioned projects with his company Prospektor and the associated Prospektor Foundation. In-house projects such as De Russenoorlog (2009), Hidden Wounds (2013), The Sochi Project (2015), The Europeans (a ten-year project launched in 2019), and the documentary series De jurk en het scheepswrak (to be released next year) are characterized by their broad, transmedial approach, in which online and offline approaches reinforce one another. Additionally, Prospektor Foundation aims to bring about movement and change through the organization of extensive impact projects, such as the multi-award-winning production Shadow Game (2021).
Sanne De Wilde explores the medium of photography related to the role genetics, identity and perception play in people’s lives. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally. Since 2013, De Wilde works with Dutch newspaper and magazine de Volkskrant. She joined photo agency NOOR in 2017.
After graduating with great honours at KASK in Ghent, Belgium in 2012, her photo series The Dwarf Empire won the Photo Academy Award 2012 and the International Photography Award Emergentes DST in 2013. She received the Nikon Press Award in 2014 and 2016 for most promising young photographer. The British Journal of Photography selected De Wilde as one of the best emerging talents from around the world in 2014 and she received the Zilveren Camera Award for The Island of the Colorblind in 2017. Land of Ibeji, her project with Bénédicte Kurzen, won many awards including the World Press Photo Award, and was nominated for the ZEISS Photography Award in 2019.