Hailing from the Caribbean, Rhian Vialva freelanced in the film industry for 10 years, working on documentary and fiction films. She also coordinated the Caribbean Film Mart (co-financed by the ACP Cultures + Program) at the trinidad+tobago film festival, which is the most recognised film festival of that region.
She migrated to Belgium in 2016, and in 2017 she became an International Development Officer / Junior Producer at Neon Rouge Production. She has worked on: The Mercy of the Jungle (2018), Lendemains Incertains (2018), Temps Morts (2019), Dent pour Dent (2019).
At present, she is pursuing courses in the MA programme, Cinema with a Specialisation in Production at INSAS (National Superior Institute of Performing Arts & Broadcasting Techniques), Brussels, Belgium. She holds a BA with 1st class Hons. in Media & Communications from the University of Greenwich, UK.