Noé has worked in film & TV for over thirty years as a Director and a Producer. She set up Scottish Documentary Institute in 2004 and since then has devised several award-winning talent initiatives, including Bridging the Gap, BtG+, This is Scotland, Stories and The Edinburgh Pitch. She is a research professor at Edinburgh College of Art where she supervises PhD by practice in Documentary Film.
An active member of IPS (Independent Producer Scotland), she is very ambitious for Scottish talent to play a creative key role on the international documentary scene both as makers and facilitators. She exec produces most films going through SDI (Seven Songs for a Long Life, Norfolk, I Am Breathing, Future My Love, New Ten Commandments) working with a wide range of emerging and established talent. She has served on juries and panels at festivals round the globe as well as running documentary workshops especially in Africa and Middle East. She is currently working on a film in the Bijagos. Noe was also invited to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences in Summer 2019.
@EmirNader This is painful to watch, they stolen her life & now her funeral!
listening to Kristy (EIFF) Julie (LFF) & Clare (Doc/Fest) about the future of festivals, more questions than answer… https://t.co/eMbat606zT
RT @sonjahenrici: Screening at GFT Sun 24/10 ‘The Plan tells the story of how a group of British engineers came to be nominated for the 197…