One Vibe Films is an independent production company that aspires to promote intercultural dialogue in our modern societies.
Our emotionally engaging stories intend to amplify people’s forgotten voices, while restoring their dignity and empowering their communities’ identity.
Our socially engaged films bridge gaps of prejudice by bringing our audiences closer to the everyday reality of far away people, ethnic minorities, women and children. Through local stories that have a universal appeal, we foster raising awareness on sustainable development, environmental, social and human rights issues with our creative character driven documentaries and NGO videos.
Develop and Implement
We organize PV workshops (Participatory Videos) with unprivileged groups of citizens to enhance social activism at the grassroots level.
We develop and implement video documenting and training projects, while organizing safeguard plans in the field of development and intangible cultural heritage. With the support of Unesco specialists, local authorities and NGOs, we have matured extensive experience in Latin America.
We innovate our productions and educational initiatives with cross-media interactive projects on various platforms and devices.
ELENA SOFIA ZERVOPOULOU
Director / Producer
Greek and French. Founder of One Vibe Films.
As an ethno-psychologist (Masters in Clinical Cross-Cultural Psychology from the University of Paris 5), she has worked in Paris supporting immigrant families and their children, in the team of pioneer Prof. Marie-Rose Moro. As a consultant at UNESCO, she has facilitated the socio-educational integration of street children in Madagascar.
With a Masters in Visual anthropology and Documentary filmmaking (trained by Jean Rouch’s crew in the Nanterre University of Paris), her academy film is projected in 2004 at «The International Ethnographical Film Festival», in Paris. She has been associate producer in Rome for documentaries broadcasted by ARTE, Discovery, WDR and History Channel. For the past 10 years, she has directed and filmed social documentaries for international broadcasters and has made videos for NGOs mainly shot in South East Asia, Europe and Africa. She fluently speaks English, French, Greek, Italian and has a good level in Spanish, Indonesian and Malay.
“Greece: Days of Change” nominated by the Millennium International Documentary Festival 2015, for the “Workers of the World” award (Belgium), and by Docs Barcelona 2015, for the “New Talent” award (Spain). Screened in 60 cinemas all around Spain, as “Documental del mez”.
“Sea Gypsies” joined the Why Poverty? Series, leaded by BBC. It was covered by 69 broadcasters reaching over 200 countries worldwide. 37 European broadcasters took part on the Eurovision Why Poverty? Theme day on the 29th November 2012.
CARLOS ZUNIGA LOSSIO
Director / Producer
His most recent works are focused on consultancies and creation of educational projects for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage for CRESPIAL – UNESCO in Latin American countries.
He works independently in the documentary and institutional field. His personal works range from short fiction, to anthropological audiovisual documents and experimental works.
He is specialized in the development of audiovisual, technological educational, advertising and anthropological projects.
2000 Barueri Prize, first video support for AIDS prevention, «O que quer Rubens», film and video festival, SAO PAULO Brazil.
Recognition granted by Associations of the Peruvian Jungle (AIDESEP) for the development of the SIRA communal reserve project and the visual proposal and books of: «13 problems of the Amazon Rainforest» «Indigenous Fund»