Sue is a journalist, photographer and independent documentary filmmaker. With her production company Tideturner Films, she has made and produced numerous short films, and is director of the award-winning, BIFA-nominated, feature documentary I Am Belmaya. She has been involved in Nepal and women's rights for 20 years, as co-founder of charity Asha Nepal. She is a founder trustee of GlobalGirl Media UK.
Director, GGM UK
The Founding Executive Director of GGM UK, 2016-2018, Victoria returned as Director in 2023. She is a broadcast producer-director and has made a wide variety of factual programmes for all the major UK channels, winning multi awards. She is also a participatory video practitioner and an Associate of InsightShare UK. She has a Masters in International Communications and Development from City University and a BA from Harvard University.
Amifel Cliff-Eribo is a photographer, documentary filmmaker and AV technician. She produced and directed the documentary film My History: What Was It Like. Her film is currently on tour with Legacies of Biafra art exhibition. Ami is passionate about telling stories that bring about solution-based activism through film. She is also on the board of trustees at GlobalGirl Media UK.
Dominica D'Arcangelo has been a core member of the GMFFF team since our first Film Festival. She has over 26 years experience working in media and the arts in London. She ran an international skill building charity for many years and is passionate about practical knowledge exchange for young adults. She produced exhibitions for the Culture Team at King's College London before moving into roles in research institutions managing AI programmes.
Aleks Dimitrijevic is a film festival and events producer and programmer. She is the BFI Future Film Festival Director and Senior Film Academy Events Programme Manager, creating opportunities for young people to learn about the screen industries. She has worked on new talent development since the start of her career, collaborating with Media Education Centre in Serbia and managing the community of 20,000+ young filmmakers at The Smalls in London. She headed up The Smalls Film Festival and produced their first film festival in Asia.
Festival Project Manager
Lisa is a Trustee of GGM UK, with a background in media, marketing and technology. She has enjoyed roles at Channel Five, BBC Worldwide, Seven West Media (in Australia), Freesat and presently works at News UK for The Times and Sunday Times. Lisa is a strong believer that the stories we tell one another shape and inform the world that we live in and is therefore dedicated to diversifying and amplifying the voices that we hear from. She is currently training to become a coach so that she can continue to find new ways to develop the voices of others.
Head of Catering Sponsors / Partnerships
Joyce is a Trustee of GGM UK, with a background in law and technology. She regularly supports charities championing girls and women and is an active mentor at The Girls Network and I Can Be. Joyce is on the sponsorship committee at GGM and is managing the catering relationships and leading these activities at the GGM Film Festival.
Molly is on our film pre-selection team and one of the synopses writers for our film programme. A Shooting Assistant Producer for broadcast documentary television, having worked on series for BBC2 and Channel 4. Her first directed independent short doc, following a conservation initiative in western Canada, is currently screening at wildlife and conservation film festivals across North America. She is also a BAFTA Connect member and enjoys volunteering at film festivals.
Film selection team
Anouk is on our pre-selection team and one of the synopses writers for the film programme. Trained as an Art History and Heritage specialist at Cambridge and Ecole du Louvre in Paris, Anouk is passionate about documentary practices and artists’ films. After working as a Programming Assistant for the Centre Pompidou cinemas in Paris and at Peckhamplex in London, she now works for a film production company
Film selection team
Jane Douglas-Jones is on our film pre-selection team and the synopses writer for our documentary film programme. She is a journalist and documentary film obsessive. She created the 500 Days of Film documentary review site in 2015 with the ambition of watching 500 films in 500 days - and kept on going.
Head of Marketing
Dila Yalman trained with the GGM UK Academy in 2020. Now as a trustee for GGM UK, she heads up the Marketing and Communications subcommittee. She has co-produced for the GGM UK Podcast, episodes on being a journalist in the Middle East, Appropriation versus Appreciation, Decolonising the Curriculum and more. Dila has produced two documentaries since GGM UK: on the BLM movement in her hometown and COP-26. Dila achieved a First for her MA in Economics from The University of Edinburgh, in 2022, and is currently working in Digital & Technology.
Jorja is a GGM UK trustee and member of the Marketing team. She was a part of the 2016 GGM cohort and continued to stay within the creative industry while completing her studies. She graduated in 2023 with a First from University of Warwick. She also studied in Canada, where she created two short documentaries, The Historical and Political Insurgence of Barbados' Republicanism and Navigating Imposter Syndrome. She also participated in local radio channels in the UK and Canada, discussing socio-political issues.
Scheindlin Bellino is a member of the GGMFF production team. A 23-year-old filmmaker from South London, she writes and directs short psychological dramas with a strong focus on colour and sound to push her ideas forward.