Alice Burgin is the current CEO/Conference Director of the Australian International Documentary Conference. She has over a decade of experience in the film and television industry in Australia and overseas, as well as a dual research PhD. in film funding policy awarded from the University of Melbourne/Université de Paris X, France. She has programmed a number of film festivals across three continents, including co-curating the France Noire/Black France Film Festival in Paris, programming at the Melbourne International Film Festival, the Hamptons International Film Festival, Rooftop Films (New York City), and the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, and an Associate Programmer at Tribeca Film Festival. She completed two seasons on the selection committee of PBS’ award-winning documentary series POV, and has worked as an Impact Producer at Borderline Media before becoming Campaign Director for Emmy-Award nominated documentary filmmaker Lee Hirsch. In 2016, she moved back to Melbourne to become AIDC’s Conference Programmer, and was appointed CEO/Conference Director the following year. She is on the selection committee of Creative Victoria’s Screen Creative Grant and Chair’s the Department of Film and Animation Course Advisory Committee for the Swinburne University of Technology.