Robin started off his career as an Art director and Designer working for Lowe Bull and then Leo Burnett in Italy. He created an international collective called Paperkut which held exhibitions and released a magazine in Italy. Robin has exhibited his own work in Milan, Bergamo, Turin and Seveglia (Spain). In 2006 Robin created the Nano Art project, a collaboration with Nano physicists, together they created nano metric sculptures. In 2008 he traveled down from Italy to Cape Town on a motorcycle covering 35 000 km and published a photographic book celebrating grassroots football in Africa. He climbed into the directing chair and won silver at Cannes with one of his first assignments. He was also awarded the Saatchi & Saatchi’s Young Director of 2011 in Cannes.
Robin’s strengths lie in narrative, character portrayal and evocative image creation. Robin’s interest in narrative has seen him shoot two short films, “The Visitor” and recently “Commando” which was lauded at multiple international film festivals. Robin is currently in development on his long format projects; The Elephant Whisperer and See Through Girl and is a writer director.
With nearly two decades of industry experience and working on close to 30 feature films, Dylan Voogt of Stage 5 Films is one of Africa’s most sought after film producers.
Dylan rose through the ranks old school, fulfilling almost every production role, from Production Assistant to Producer. He brings this diverse experience to all the projects he works on and is known for his creative eye and can-do attitude.
Dedicated to transforming creative ideas into enduring on-screen stories, Dylan’s key skill is extracting the best possible work from each project’s talent and crew, while ensuring producers and investors receive the highest level of service.
Dylan is passionate about the African continent and is committed to bringing African and South African film and television to a global stage.
Justin’s obsession with the motion picture developed at an early age with countless hours spent in local cinemas and video stores catching every title on offer. As an eager cinephile he graduated with a BA Honours at AFDA Film School.
He later founded Picturescope as a platform for independent filmmakers.
Under this banner he has produced numerous award winning short films, music videos and experimentals. With a focus now firmly set on feature film development, finance and production.
Asger Hussain is an award-winning film producer with 15+ years of experience in development, production and international sales. He has managed large scale productions on location as well as constructing legal and financial structures for international co-productions.
He began his career in the industry working for Academy Award nominated producer and director Lee Daniels on films such as The Woodsman and Shadowboxer. His work culminated with serving as one of the producers of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival winner Precious. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards® and won two Oscars. In 2012 he developed and co-produced the Golden Globe nominated thriller The Paperboy, starring Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, David Oyelowo, John Cusack and Nicole Kidman.
Asger’s most recent project is a modern day, critically acclaimed South African western Five Fingers for Marseilles that had its world premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival and went on to play at BFI, London Film Festival and Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Asger currently serves as producer on Pep, the true life story of world champion Willie Pep, the fighter with the most wins in professional boxing and his stunning journey out of retirement and back into the ring. The film is produced by Appian Way with James Madio and William Fichtner starring.
Asger is the recipient of the 2009 AFI Award – awarded by the American Film Institute in recognition for the contribution to America’s cultural legacy.
Born and raised in Denmark, Asger is a graduate of Copenhagen Business School.