Film Translators

 

### A big thank you to the following people for their help in translating the film:

 

**Albanian**

– James Michael DuPont

**Arabic**

– Mehdi Lamloum ([Personal Site](http://www.pinklemonblog.com/))

**Bulgarian**

– Gergana Tomova, Fulbright scholar, M.A. in Elections and Campaign Management ([Fordham University](http://www.fordham.edu/academics/programs_at_fordham_/elections__campaign_/index.asp?wt.mc_id=campaigns))

**Catalan**

– Adrià Mercader ([Personal website](http://amercader.net))
– Ignasi Labastida i Juan

**Chinese (Simplified)**

– Chang Weitze (Whisky) ([Youth Synergy Taiwan Foundation](http://www.ystaiwan.org.tw/))

**Chinese (Traditional)**

– HuiLin Huang ([Youth Synergy Taiwan Foundation](http://www.ystaiwan.org.tw/))
– Yuwei Lin ( 林鈺維 ) University of Salford, UK, ([Personal website](http://www.ylin.org))
– Chang Weitze (Whisky) ([Youth Synergy Taiwan Foundation](http://www.ystaiwan.org.tw/))
– Jessie Lin ([Youth Synergy Taiwan Foundation](http://www.ystaiwan.org.tw/))

**Czech**

– Jindřich Mynarz

**Dutch**

– Sander van der Waal ([OSS Watch](http://www.oss-watch.ac.uk))

**Finnish**

– Antti Poikola, HILA Open Oy, ([Personal website](http://apoikola.wordpress.com/))
– Antti Eskola

**French**

– Pierre Chrzanowski ([Science and Technology Departement, French Embassy in UK](www.ambascience.co.uk))
– Julien Baillergeau ([Parlorama](www.parlorama.eu))
– Edouard Meier ([Parlorama](www.parlorama.eu))
– Flavien Deltort ([Parlorama](www.parlorama.eu))
– Claire Gallon ([LiberTIC](http://libertic.wordpress.com))

**German**

– Michael Sachs ([Danube University Krems, Department of Governance and Public Administration](http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/index.php))
– Judith Schossboeck ([Danube University Krems, E-Government](http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/index.php))
– Martin Teubner

**Greek**

– Thodoris Papadopoulos, Member of the Greek Government, ([Personal site](http://www.thodoris.net/weblog))
– Nikolaos Konstantinou ([Athens Information Technology](http://www.ait.gr/ait_web_site/Researcher/nkons/Konstantinou.html))
– Spiros Athanasiou

**Hebrew**

– Eyal Levin ([Public Knowledge Workshop](http://yeda.us))

**Hungarian**

– Csaba Madarász
– Petra Edina Reszkető ([Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis](http://www.budapestinstitute.eu/index.php?page=84&lang=_en&action=SHOW&id=3))

**Italian**

– Flavien Deltort ([Parlorama](www.parlorama.eu))
– Francesca Di Massimo
– Margherita Salvadori, Professor of Private International Law, Law School of Torino University

**Lithuanian**

– Karolis Granickas, Transparency International Lithuanian Chapter

**Macedonian**

– Dimitar Poposki, Information manager, ([Faculty of Philology “Blaze Koneski”, Skopje](http://poposkidimitar.googlepages.com/home)) &
PhD candidate, Department for Information Science, ([Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb](http://independent.academia.edu/DimitarPoposki))

**Norwegian**

– Olav Anders Øvrebø ([Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen](http://www.uib.no/infomedia/en))

**Polish**

– Anna Kuliberda ([Transparency Camp Polska](http://transparencycamp.pl/))

**Portuguese (Brazilian)**

– Everton Zanella Alvarenga, ([Wikimedia Brazil](http://br.wikimedia.org))
– Patrícia Cornils, ([A rede](http://www.arede.inf.br/))
– Diego Rabatone Oliveira, Transparência Hacker ([Personal Site](http://identi.ca/diraol))
– Plus an anonymous translator: “sergiorosa”. Please let us know who you are (contact me at lucy.chambers [at] okfn [dot] org) so that we can give you appropriate thanks!

**Romanian**

– Input by Maria Neicu, MA at University of Amsterdam.

**Russian**

– Ivan Begtin ([opengovdata.ru](http://www.opengovdata.ru))
– Yulia Tammisto, Open Service Innovation Observatory, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland.

**Spanish**

– Sean Burt
– David Cabo ([Pro Bono Publico](http://www.probp.org/))
– Fabrizio Scrollini, PhD student, LSE Govt Department
– Plus an anonymous translator: “medeamaterial”. Please let us know who you are (contact me at lucy.chambers [at] okfn [dot] org) so that we can give you appropriate thanks!

**Swedish**

– Peter Kranz ([opengov.se](http://www.opengov.se))

**Ukrainian**

– Alexander Melnik
– Oleg Limarchuk

Special thanks to Flavien Deltort and Parlorama, who provided 12 translations, including contributions for:
Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, Estonia, Finnish, German, Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian & Swedish.

We are working on uploading these translations – if you would like to help to speed up the process, please do let us know! (lucy [dot] chambers [at] okfn [dot] org)

**Your language here**

– Your name here – *[Volunteer to translate the film into your language](http://bit.ly/ogdfilm-translate)!*

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