Lauded by Vice as one of the “female filmmakers revolutionising how we see the world”, Charlotte Windle Mikkelborg is a British director - who first gained recognition as a BBC foreign correspondent - and has more recently become known for her work directing gripping character-driven documentary film and virtual reality. Charlotte’s work packs an emotional punch, often with the aim of driving social change. Charlotte’s work has screened on multiple TV networks around the world including BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic, Discovery, the History Channel and the Sundance Channel. Her 2016 film Born into Exile was nominated for a Cine Golden Eagle Award 2017 and has screened in the US Congress and at the UN General Assembly. Charlotte holds a Masters degree in Politics and Economics from Oxford University.