Image from: Siti (2014)
Growing up in over 15 countries between them, FilmDoo co-founders Weerada Sucharitkul and William Page have always had a taste for international cinema. They met in London, where they discussed their love of films, but also why so many of them were unavailable in the UK. So they started FilmDoo in the summer of 2014, with the aim of bringing films from around the world to an international audience.
So many extraordinary films get made, only to rarely get seen. Let's create a home for these films.
Only together can we Doo it.
Passionate entrepreneur and innovator, loves travelling and experiencing different cultures, enjoys trekking and running the odd marathon or two and wants to help great international films be seen and heard.
Having lived in ten countries across five continents, FilmDoo unites Weerada’s three passions in life: travelling, films and connecting all things international. FilmDoo is connecting the world through films.
Asian film explorer, 80s action movie collector, electronic film music composer, Japanese language student, frequent fast food consumer and DJing baboon.
Traveler, trouble-maker, serial polymath. Troma and Peccadillo Pictures alumni and perennial dabbler in film-making, with an unhealthy addiction to horror and queer cinema, garnished with salted popcorn.
Media technology speaker, author, consultant and determined optimistic Realist. Maxim’s ‘perfect place’ is a café, with coffee and good company.
A Canadian Entrepreneur, with a passion to improve the lives of those around him. A lover of Film and Soundtracks, especially from the 80's and 90's. A travelling man, but his favourite place is watching the sunset over the ocean with a scotch in one hand and a cigar in the other.
Ex-sales agent co-ordinator and indie film lover without borders. Craver of all things Nordic, caffeine-infused and lemon flavoured.
An avid moviegoer who knows all the words to Jacques Demy's musicals, Sophie’s mantra is that yoga, wine and chocolate are the ultimate stress-buster, especially while watching The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.
Fervent culture junkie whose day-to-day highs and lows are determined largely by what film he's watching and how much caffeine is in his system. As liable to spend his free time over-analysing Brian De Palma films as he is to kick back with a Jia Zhangke flick.