Zlata Filipovic's first project with Crossing The Line Productions was the IFTA-award winning documentary series 'Blood of the Irish' (RTE, 2009) on which she worked as researcher and production
manager. She went on to work with them on a number of different projects in capacity as production
manager, line producer and producer. Some of the notable work includes production managing Charlie
Bird On the Trail of Tom Crean (RTE, 2011) as well as producing two short projects: 'Stand Up!' (for
BelongTo organisation, UNESCO commended PSA with 850,000 views on YouTube) and 'Hold On Tight' (Irish Film Board, 2011) which has screened at over 20 festivals worldwide and was highly commended at the IRIS Prize 2011. She also line-produced a number of projects in association with National Museum and NPWS, as well as a number of projects associated with EXPO world fairs. Her projects with Crossing The Line Productions have taken her to working across the globe, from places as diverse as Kenya, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Montserrat, Switzerland, France, Spain and all across Ireland. Prior to production work, she studied for BA in Human Sciences from Oxford University and an MPhil from Trinity College Dublin, and worked on a number of books and publications. She speaks English, French and her native Serbo-Croat, and serves on the Executive Committee of Amnesty International Ireland.