Regine Dura works as a documentary film director, dramaturge and author. Regine Dura studied Political Science, Theater and Film studies, German Literature and Art Education (M.A.) at the Goethe University in Frankfurt/M. and Video at the University of the Arts, Berlin. Since 1996 she has worked freelance in the field of feature and documentary film for, among others, the European Film Academy and Wim Wenders Produktion in Berlin, Tall Stories and Darlow Smithson Film in London, and as a film curator and jury member. Her exploration of transformation processes in South Africa resulted in the 2012 documentary «White Blood/Weisses Blut» (ZDF/Arte) about a racist German-South African adoption business and a radio feature for WDR (2013). Regine Dura has received grants from the German-Canadian Society, the German Federal Film Board (FFA), the MEDIA Program of the European Union and the DEFA Foundation. She has been working with Hans Werner Kroesinger since 2000 (among others ‹Frontex Security›, ‹Rwanda Revisited›, ‹Exporting War›, ‹Graecomania 200 years› (Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin), ‹Die 40 Tage des Musa Dagh› (Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin), ‹Stolpersteine› (Staatstheater Karlsruhe).