Born in Estonia, Peeter travelled to the United States as part of an exchange program, ultimately attending Harvard University before becoming a successful business owner in Tallinn. His ventures led him into media and the arts, where he began producing concerts for headliners like Madonna, and began an aspired career in film production, including commercials, music videos, and documentaries. Peeter’s latest documentary "Robbie Williams: Fans Journey to Tallinn" is distributed by BBC Worldwide across all continents. As a film director, he has a gift to see people for who they are and tell their story in a meaningful way.
Mait Mäekivi is a renowned Estonian DOP. His works include 16 feature films, 15 short films, 6 documentaries, 3 TV series, numerous commercials, music videos and many other works. He is a member of the Estonian Society of Cinematographers (ESC). Lecturer in Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School.
Patrick Holzen has over 18 years executive and professional experience in the UK TV and Film industry, ranging from production, post production and distribution. Patrick is a voting member of BAFTA and the Royal Television Society. As Exec Producer, Producer or Post Producer he has completed close to 20 movies.
For the last 20 years, Priit has been on the board of directors of the regions’ largest entertainment company and organized hundreds of live events as an executive producer including concerts of Madonna, Robbie Williams, Eric Clapton, Sting, Elton John and many others. His latest work includes the concert film "Robbie Williams: Live in Tallinn" and documentary "Robbie Willams: Fans Journey to Tallinn" – both distributed by BBC Worldwide.
Editor of over 30 feature films, 10 documentaries, TV series, music videos etc. Member of the European Film Academy. His work has been nominated as the Estonian Oscar submission in 2007 and has won at various film festivals, including the Orrizonti Prize at 64th Venice Film Festival.