Rahela Jagric is an international filmmaker, having worked in multiple departments for various production companies both in Europe and overseas. Her creative career began after completing MA Directing course at Bournemouth University (UK) in 2009, where she set groundwork for a versatile career in Film and TV industry.
Rahela’s work has been nominated and awarded in several competitions, her short stereoscopic s3D film Coming Home won international recognition and is known as the first s3D film made by Slovenian filmmaker. The passion for stereoscopic filmmaking led her to numerous work experiences in London, New York, Berlin and Auckland. Rahela attended Berlinale Talent Campus in 2010, a year later was selected to Kyoto Filmmakers Lab in Japan and in 2011 received a fellowship from the reputable German Filmmaking programme Nipkow. In 2013 she was selected to attend reputable filmmakers lab in Russian Drama Theatre in Lithuania, in 2014 was invited to the Sunday in a Country Scheme organized by the European Film Academy. In 2015 Rahela was selected as an artist-in-residency on The Ingmar Bergman Estate on Fårö island in Sweden where she completed a screenplay for her next short film. In 2017 she is starting a pre-production for her first feature documentary film The Art of Modern Lace Making, in co-production with Slovenian Film Center and Arsmedia Production.
Rahela’s unique combination of craft and creativity has allowed her to develop skills in every major facet of production, so apart from directing, she also works as script supervisor on feature films, TV/WEB series, shorts, and commercials.
Rahela is currently based in Toronto, Canada and is always looking to join exciting and challenging international TV/Film productions.