The Doc Collective first began in 2013, the trio of filmmakers connecting whilst studying in London. Individually they went on to embark on their own independent careers within the media industry. But it wasn't until early 2017 that the idea to collaborate collectively took hold, united with the common goal of producing meaningful short documentary content. The creative idea of making DOCCOs was born.
Specialising as a Self-Shooting Documentary Director & Editor, Victoria has a background and training in broadcast entertainment television at the BBC. She has honed a keen editorial eye and sense of narrative shaping over the years.
As an independent & multi skilled filmmaker — directing, filming & editing — independent honours of her documentary film work include — UAL Mead Fellowship, The Jameson Works Film Bursary, An Ideastap showcase with Bafta, Connect4Climate special prize and One World Media Production.
Head of Production
A knowledgeable producer, skilled as a multi-linguist, Loubna has extensive filming experience in the UK and abroad. Her portfolio of work showcases her proven ability for gaining tricky access into challenging places.
She has successfully managed ambitious shoots for TV and film production, notable credits include Stephen Fry In Central America for BBC Worldwide and ITV1, The Private Lives of The Monarchs for the Yesterday channel on UKTV, and Drug Lords on Netflix.
Head of Content
Established as a Creative and Filmmaker, Virginia has worked internationally in Spain, UK and Cuba - her love for travel and tales is a constant.
As an independent filmmaker, she has won numerous pitches and screened her films in more than 30 festivals all over the world including the prestigious BFI London Flare Film Festival, the 39 Frameline of San Francisco and the 45th Edition of the Montreal Film Festival.
She has worked for clients such as Discovery Digital, Uber, Starkcrew and Vice News Tonight for HBO, among others.