Rahela Jagric completed BA (Hons) from Film and Video Production in 2008 (Wolverhampton-UK). Her graduation film “My Two Best Friends” won the Best Drama Award as well the Best Student Production at the prestigious Royal Television Society Midland Region Student Awards. Rahela’s restless spirit and tendency for challenges was clearly reflected in her Master’s film at Bournemouth University in 2009, where she directed short stereoscopic (s3D) film “Coming Home”. Film is known as the first s3D film made by Slovenian filmmaker and it has also been recognized as one of the first European s3D student films. Film has been screened at many film festivals and 3D events worldwide, and has also gained online distribution. Apart from that, Rahela received an Honorary Citizen title by her home town municipality Krško (Slovenia) for pioneer achievements in stereoscopic filmmaking. The passion for stereoscopic filmmaking led her to numerous work experiences in London, New York, Kyoto, Berlin, Auckland, Toronto. Rahela attended Berlinale Talent Campus in 2010, in 2011 was selected to Kyoto Filmmakers Lab in Japan and in the same year she also received a fellowship from the reputable German Filmmaking programme Nipkow. In 2013 she attended IUGTE-filmmakers lab in Russian Theater in Lithuania and in September 2014 she was invited by the European Film Academy to attend filmmaker’s programme Sunday in a country in Luxembourg. Rahela was selected in an artist residency on The Ingmar Bergman Estate on Fårö island in Sweden, where she completed a screenplay for her upcoming short film Aesop. 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 continuity/script supervisor. Rahela spent years 2016 and 2017 in Toronto, Canada, where she worked on various Film, TV and web productions. She also shot a documentary film On The Edge of Arctic Circle in the Northwest Territories of Canada, which is currently in post-production, along with a feature film The Art of Modern Lace Making, which was shot in New York, UK, and Slovenia in 2017 and is produced by Slovenian production company Arsmedia.