Julia Jansch is a South African filmmaker based in New York. After a decade of experience in development (at FremantleMedia & RadicalMedia) she plunged into indie waters and set up Point Pictures to tell her own stories. Her films have seen recognition from international festivals such as Palm Springs, Heartland, Cleveland, Amdocs, OFF, Oldenburg and Shnit and her latest documentary short, My Father The Mover, won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short at the Tribeca Film Festival. Julia has an MSC in Global Governance and an MBA from Oxford University and a filmmaking diploma from The New York Film Academy. She is also an Expert Member of The Wellbeing Project, an Ashoka-backed organization of change-makers.