Since 1993, Peter Brosens (°1962) has built an impressive track record as an independent director and producer of high-profile creative documentaries. Upon graduating in both Urban Geography and Cultural Anthropology, Peter worked as an expert in migration and urban development in Ecuador. During his Visual Anthropology at Manchester University he returned to Ecuador where he made the award-winning film 'The Path of Time' (1992) as part of an in-depth study of epidemic forms of suicide in the Andes. Between 1993 and 1999 he produced and codirected his internationally acclaimed Mongolia Trilogy ('City of the Steppes', 'State of Dogs' & 'Poets of Mongolia'). Together, these films received 25 awards, were selected for over 100 festivals and were distributed around the globe. In 2005 Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth established Bo Films, their independent production company for feature films. Their first feature film, 'Khadak' (2006), which they wrote and directed together, is shot entirely in Mongolia. 'Khadak' won numerous awards around the world, including the Lion of the Future for Best Debut Feature at the 2006 Venice Film Festival. It has screened at over 50 festivals worldwide, including at the prestigious Toronto and Sundance Film Festivals. 'Fragments of Grace' is their second feature film and will be shot in Belgium and the high Andes. Brosens and Woodworth intend to continue with fiction in the spirit of a cinema that is visionary, uncompromising and visually outstanding. (Source: The Flemish Institute for Visual, Audiovisual and Media Art)