Home » Filmmakers » Producers


Search word(s)

By Alphabet

Searching results

Remove filters
  • Antra Gaile
  • Liga Gaisa
  • Mauricio Sánchez Garza
  • Maria Gavrilova
  • Anna Gavronski
  • Julie Gayet
  • Sander Gering
  • Carlos Gerstenhauer
  • Nadja Girich
  • Ingvil Giske
  • Emmett Glynn
  • Ieva Goba
  • Jon Gojani
  • Rich Goldberg
  • Volodymyr  Golovko
  • German Golub
    German Golub


    Estonian film director German Golub was born on February 3, 1993 in Pärnu. He finished the Pärnu Russian High School in 2012 and took the 3D graphics and visualisation course at the Tartu Art School after that. He graduated from Tallinn Polytechnic School in 2015 as the television camera operator and he has been working as freelance gaffer and cameraman in Estonian Public Broadcasting since 2016.  At the same time he has been working in different film production companies as an assistant director and in other positions. German Golub graduated from Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM) in 2020 with a BA degree in Film Arts curriculum as film director. He won the Student Oscar in the category of international films with his short film "My Dear Corpses" completed for the BA thesis. The American Film Academy selected the best student films from 1,474 nominees, and all winners are also eligible to be nominated for an Oscar in Best Short Film category. For the first time in history, a film made for BFM's Film Arts curriculum has been nominated for the Student Academy Awards.

    The future plans of German Golub include a film about track bicycle racer Erika Salumäe and he is preparing a political satire movie also.

  • Kaspars Grabovskis
  • Artur Granström
  • Juhan Saul Gross
  • Sonja Gross
  • Georg Grossthal
  • Kaspars Grosu
  • Gints Grube
    Gints Grube


    Gints Grūbe  was born on December 31, 1972 in Cēsis Latvia. He has TV and film industry experience for almost 20 years. In 2000 he started his own production company Mistrus Media that for seven years co-produced TV program "The Evening Interview" broadcasted on Latvian TV. The National TV and Radio Council have repeatedly awarded the program as the best TV program of the year and Gints Grūbe was acknowledged the best television broadcast host. Since 1998 Gints Grūbe has been scriptwriter, producer and director for more than 10 documentaries. He is well known for documentary “Sounds Under The Sun” (2010, co-directed with Dāvis Sīmanis) that has received international recognition and has often been broadcasted abroad. His latest documentary “Larger than Life” (2014) is about the outstanding Latvian theatre director Alvis Hermanis and his directing method which has lead to recognition of his work worldwide. Gints has a notable experience in script writing and directing and possess a deep knowledge in politics, history and cinema.

  • Kert Grünberg
  • Spencer Gu
  • Maria Larsson Guerpillon
  • Olivier Guerpillon
  • Guntars Gulbis
  • Anastasia Gusentsova
  • Eve Gutmann-Valme
    Eve Gutmann-Valme


    See also Eve Gutmann

    Date of Birth: 10th of January 1985

    2004–2011 – Euro Academy – BA in fashion design
    1992–2004 – Tallinna Laagna Gümnaasium – Highschool

    Work Experiece
    2008- .... freelance costume designer and stylist.
    2013–2015 Estonian Drama Theather, costumer
    2007–2008 – a year in Australia – work experinece as a kinderkarten teacher’s assistant
    2004–2008 – No 99 Theatre – audience assistant
    2002–2004 – Dunkeri Kaubanduse AS – wine presenter

Partners and Sponsors

  • Kultuuriministeerium
  • EFI
  • Eesti Kultuurkapital
  • ERR
  • Rahvusarhiiv
  • BFM
  • Kinoliit
  • Eesti Filmiajakirjanike ühing
  • Tallinnfilm