Diana Frankovic is a Berlin-based award-winning filmmaker. For 14 years she’s been working as a radio presenter for public service broadcasters (ARD), first with „Fritz“, the young station of rbb, and since 2014 with Cosmo (WDR), where she hosts the afternoon show. As a reporter (including 1Live from WDR) she has reported from all over the world, such as Asia, South America and Australia. Her first Art House documentary „The Sad Monk“ received 20 awards from international film and art festivals, such as „Best Documentary“ at the Roma Creative Contest 2016 in Italy, the Van Gogh Award for World Directing at the Amsterdam Film Festival 2017, and was also nominated for the China Academy Awards for Documentary Film. So far her debut film has been screened at 60 international film festivals in more than 35 countries. Diana Frankovic received a scholarship from the IJP Asia-Pacific Program in China/Hong Kong in 2015 and 2017. She is „Snow Lion“ award winner 2014 for her radio feature on Tibet. She completed her master’s degree in English philology, political science and journalism at the Free University of Berlin and London. When it comes to her artistic work, her focus lies on multimedia with video, sound, light and smell. There she concentrates on spirituality, connected with space and time and Asia. What inspires her most are people and music from different cultures.