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Andrea Kuhn je direktorica Nuremberškega mednarodnega filmskega festivala posvečenega človekovim pravicam. Svojo kariero je začela kot akademičarka in raziskovalka filma. Od leta 2000 do leta 2014 je bila direktorica filmskega festivala nemega filma StummFilmMusikTage Erlangen. Leta 2008 je predsedovala odboru filmske mreže za človekove pravice, ki trenutno zajema 42 filmskih festivalov s tematiko človekovih pravic. Trenutno vodi Združenje bavarskih filmskih festivalov, je članica evropske filmske akademije in članica odbora Dox Box, organizacije, ki je nastala iz mednarodnega filmskega festivala v Siriji in podpira ustvarjalce dokumentarnih filmov v arabskem svetu.


Andrea Kuhn is the director of the Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival and has started her career as an academic and researcher in film studies. From 2000 to 2010 she was the director of the silent film festival StummFilmMusikTage Erlangen In 2008 she acted as the chair of the Human Rights Film Network, an association that currently consists of 42 human rights film festivals from around the world. She is currently the chair of the Association of Bavarian Film Festivals, a member of the European Film Academy and on the board of directors of Dox Box e.V., an association that emerged out of the DOX BOX International Film Festival in Syria and supports emerging and established documentary filmmakers in the Arab World.

Rada Šešić. Rojena na Hrvaškem, nekaj časa je živela v Sarajevu/BIH, danes živi na Nizozemskem, v mestu Utrecht. Ustvarja dokumentarne in kratke filme (Lam Arabi, 1990, Room without a view, 1997, Soske, 2001, In whitest solitude, 2002, Way to school, 2007), ki so bili predstavljeni na številnih festivalih po svetu. Sodeluje pri pripravi programa dveh največjih filmskih festivalov na Nizozemskem – IDFA Amsterdam in IFFR Rotterdam in je vodja tekmovalnega programa dokumentarnih filmov na Filmskem festivalu v Sarajevu. Kot mentorica je vodila številne dokumentarne delavnice tako v Evropi kot v Aziji. Predavala je na univerzi v Amsterdamu, nizozemski filmski akademiji in na Srishti inštitutu v Indiji. Trenutno je predavateljica na NFTA Amsterdam. V Hagu je umetniški vodja  Eastern Neighbours FF. Specilializirana je za južnoazijske filme. Živela je v Indiji, kjer je bila 10 let programski vodja na Indijskem filmskem festival v Kerali. Selektorica je temovalnega dokumentarnega programa na Let’s CEE Festivalu na Dunaju in članca žirije na številnih festivalih po Evropi in Aziji. Sodelovala je pri nastajanju številnih knjig o filmu v Veliki Britaniji, ZDA in Indiji. Redno objavlja v filmskih revijah  Skrien, Film Annual in Sineast.


Rada Šešić. Born in Croatia, lived in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and is now living in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Makes documentaries and short  films ( Lam Arabi, 1990, Room without a view, 1997, Soske, 2001, In whitest solitude, 2002, Way to school, 2007). Is collaborating on programs of two biggest festivals in The Netherlands- IDFA Amsterdam and IFFR Rotterdam. Head of the documentary competition at Sarajevo FF. Tutor at many docs workshops in Europe and Asia. Lectured at Media studies- University of Amsterdam, Nederlandse Filmacademie (Dutch Film Academy), Srishti Institute – Bangalore/India. Currently lectures at the Master of film at NFTA Amsterdam. Artistic director of the Eastern Neighbours FF in The Hague. Specialized in South Asian cinema, lived in India, was programming for 10 years for Indian Kerala IFFK. On a selection of projects at the Hubert Bals Fund (IFFR). Her films were screened  at some 60 festivals, presented and archived at MoMA. Selector of the documentary competition at Let’s CEE Festival Vienna. Jury member at some 45 film festivals in Europe and Asia. Has collaborated on several books on cinema in UK, USA, India. Has published regularly her writings on cinema in Skrien, Film Annual and Sineast.

Maja Malus Azhdari je dokumentaristka, ki je svoje filmsko ustvarjanje začela leta 2001 v okviru praktičnih delavnic dokumentarnega filma Luksuz produkcije. Je sociologinja, kadrovsko menedžerske smeri, ki se je na Karlovi Univerzi v Pragi seznanjala s sociologijo medijev, svoj delovni angažma pa je posvetila dokumentarnemu filmu in produkciji kulturnih projektov za mlade in starejše. Kot avtorica dokumentarcev se rada loteva manjšinskih in prezrtih družbenih tem, od leta 2004 organizira delavnice dokumentarnega filma. Vzpostavila je delovanje dokumentarnega uredništva na RTS televiziji ter od leta 2009 kot urednica vodila oddajo Dokumentarci, kjer so se prikazovali slovenski dokumentarni filmi. Leta 2009 je ustanovila mariborsko organizacijo Mitra, razvoj avdiovizualne kulture in medkulturnega dialoga, v okviru katere je vodila mednarodne projekte Balkan Junctions, Extending Creative Practice (nacionalna nagrada Zlato Jabolko), European Cultural Learning Network, Silver Stories (1. seniorski festival), Multikulti, Medgeneracijski etno-kulinarični dialogi, 1001 noč Perzije. Leta 2012 je ustanovila Revijo slovenskega dokumentarnega filma, ki se je leta 2014 prelevila v Mednarodni festival dokumentarnega filma DOKUDOC. Režirala je dokumentarne filme Iran 1385 (2008), Slovenske zgodbe kulture Islama (2010), 16 delov dokumentarne serije o spolnosti Beautiful Sex Life (2012), City Folk Maribor (2011 in 2012), City Folk Ljubljana (2013), Voices of fear (2015), sorežirala Schengen Stories (2009), sodelovala je pri nastajanju številnih kratkih dokumentarcev (2001-2008) ter producirala v okviru delavnic nekaj novih dokumentarcev (2009-2016). Od 2015 vodi javni zavod Mladinski kulturni center Maribor, ki združuje področja mladine, kulture in turizma. Od leta 2014 je programska selektorica festivala DOKUDOC.


Maja Malus Azhdari is a Slovene documentarian who began her filmmaking career in 2001 when she completed a series of workshops on filmmaking atLuksuz produkcije, an association that promotes documentary filmmaking. She is a sociologist by training, and she has attended courses on Sociology of the Media at the prestigious Charles University in Prague. She has since focussed on producing documentary films and running cultural projects for young and old alike. In 2004, she started teaching workshops on documentary filmmaking. Her work as a documentarian has focussed mainly on portraying the lives of minorities and marginalized groups. In 2009,she founded the Documentary Film Department at RTS, one of the largest local TV stations in Slovenia, whereshe also worked as the editor of Dokumentarci, a TV show that broadcast Slovenian documentaries. In 2009, she founded Mitra, a Maribor-based organization committed to promoting audio-visual culture and intercultural dialogue, as part of which she led a number of projects, including Balkan Junctions, Extending Creative Practice (winner of the national Golden Apple award), European Cultural Learning Network, Silver Stories, Multikulti, Intergenerational Culinary Dialogues, and 1001 Nights of Persia. In 2012, she founded the Slovenian Documentary Film Festival, which morphed into the DOKUDOC International Festival of Documentary Films in 2014, and she has since been working as the program director of the festival. She directed a variety of documentaries, including Iran 1385 (2008), Stories of Islamic Culture in Slovenia (2010), Beautiful Sex Life (a 16-episode documentary on human sexuality), City Folk Maribor (2011-2012), City Folk Ljubljana (2013), and Voices of Fear (2015). She also co-directed Schengen Stories (2009), helped direct a number of short documentaries (2001-2009), and produced several documentaries as part of the workshops she led (2009-2016). In 2015, she became the head of the Youth Cultural Centre (MKC) in Maribor, an organization dedicated to advancing culture, youth engagement, and tourism.