The Swiss Indian Film Bridge is the brainchild of film-maker Kamal Musale, founder and artistic director of the events. He works together with Beatrice Dolder, administrative director. Kamal Musale is half Swiss and half Indian, brought up in Switzerland and spending most of his time in India and Europe. He graduated as a writer and director from the National Film and Television School from Beaconsfield, England, after learning the basics of film-making in Super-8 at his home town in Vevey, Switzerland. Kamal has founded Les Films du Lotus in 1992 in Switzerland, and Curry Western Productions in Mumbai in 2009. He is producing indian content feature films for western audiences. He is also building up a new bridge with Europe : Eurindia Film Bridge, representing the EuFCN – European Film Commission Network. Beatrice Dolder started her career in the hospitality business, heading a restaurant in Switzerland before discovering the world with the eye of a tourism destination manager, in the outbound tourism business she experienced various European, African and Asian cultures, headed regional tourism boards and international attractions in Switzerland. She holds a Master’s degree from Tourism Management Institute for Tourism and Economy, Lucerne. She also worked as an attaché at the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai, prior to join Curry Western Productions as a Senior Manager. Béatrice is also a Yoga teacher fully trained at the famous Yoga Institute of Santacruz, Mumbai. Tatum Pereira is a graduate from the Mumbai University with a Bachelor in Arts (sociology and psychology), and works at Curry Western Productions as a production assistant and event coordinator. Mukesh Sinhg a feature and TV director, is an indian resident and he lives with his family in Mumbai.