Gabriele Kranzelbinder was born in 1968. She studied law in Vienna, Paris and Rome. In 1994 she started to organise film, theater and art projects. She collaborated in numerous film productions within Austria and Italy. Before she co-founded Amour Fou in 2001 she managed the Kinova, a festival of European films in Wels (Austria), and produced numerous short films. During her time at Amour Fou she produced various feature, documentary and experimental films, often with international partners. Since 2007 Gabriel Kranzelbinder owns KGP a production company based in Vienna that focuses on the production of high quality and author-driven feature, TV and documentary films for the international market (e.g. "Bad Luck" by Thomas Woschitz, " We Come as Friends" by Hubert Sauper, "Shirley– Visions of Reality" by Gustav Deutsch). KGP looks back on long-term experience in international coproduction, executive oduction and is a strong partner for international companies who want to shoot in Austria. KGP supports both storytelling and artistic visions. KGP cannot be wedged into the corset of genres and formats. KGP focuses on the production of high-quality auteur films for the international market. KGP sees itself as a partner for creatives, funders and commissioners.