Jury

Serbian Competition Program | Jury

 

STEFAN MALEŠEVIĆ

Film director and musician born in Belgrade, 1989. He completed his undergraduate studies audio and video technology at the College of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He produced and directed over 20 short films and documentaries. He attended his postgraduate studies at the film.factory Academy in Sarajevo, where under the guidance of acclaimed Hungarian director Bela Tarr, he recorded his graduate film “Gora” and won the award for the Best Film and the Best Cinematography at Beldocs 2017.

AGNES WILDENSTEIN

Born in France, she lives in Lisbon, Portugal. She worked for ten years at the French Cinematheque, in Paris, and twelve years at the Locarno International Film Festival, in Switzerland. She was a member of the Jean Vigo Award jury for ten years and a member of ARTE France Cinema’s selection committee from 2012 to 2015. She has been associate programmer at DocLisboa since 2014.

NENAD PUHOVSKI

Born in Zagreb, where he has graduated sociology, philosophy and filmmaking. He shot his first movie when he was 15. As a professional director, he created over 250 works in theatre, film and television and produced over 60 documentaries. He is the founder of the independent documentary production FACTUM and ZagrebDox film festival. He also started the documentary graduate program at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb.

International Competition Program | Jury

 

JASMIN BAŠIĆ

Film historian and curator, Master of Arts in Cinema. She has collaborated as coordinator and programmer with several festivals, in Switzerland and abroad: Visions du Réel (Nyon), International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights – FIFDH (Geneva)… She has also collaborated with the Geneva University of Arts & Design (HEAD), the Cinemathèque of Tangier (Morocco), the Centre for the Image La Virreina in Barcelona, the Croatian Audiovisual Center – HAVC, the French Cinémathèque, the Centre Pompidou, the Cahiers du Cinéma and the Forum des Images in Paris. She was an appointed expert for the Swiss Federal Office of Culture for TV drama and series and a Board Member of the Geneva Film Commission.

NICOLAS FEODOROFF

Graduated in aesthetics, he is a programmer of FIDMarseille, member of the selection commitee and is in charge of FIDcampus programme. Art and film critic, programmer, in teaches at Marseilles Fine art school (ESADMM), and also regularly contributes to other structures for promotion of cinema and contemporary art.

ČARNA MANOJLOVIĆ

Born in Belgrade, in 1979. She has graduated filmmaking at the Academy of Arts. She has participated in many national and international Master Classes. For a feature-length documentary ” Tri (u)lične priče ” (2003), she won the Grand Prix at the 50th Festival of Documentary and Short Film Festival in Belgrade, the award for best debutant director, as well as several other awards at national and international festivals. She is the author of several films. She works as the assistant professor at the Department of FTV directing and editing, at the Academy of Arts in Belgrade. She is a member of UFUS, DOKSRBIJA – Documentary Serbia, and Serbian Association of Film Directors.