Shoshi Korman works at Cinephil, an international sales and advisory firm with a strong reputation for securing international distribution, broadcasting and financing deals for documentaries from around the world on behalf of producers and directors. Shoshi focuses on festival, release and awards campaigns. Recent titles she has worked on include three-time Academy Award nominee "FLEE', by Jonas Poher Rasmussen; two-time Academy Award nominee "Collective", by Alexander Nanau, "Gunda", by Victor Kossakovsky: Sundance winner and Academy Award nominee "A House Made of Splinters".


Rron Ginovci is an education activist, the founder and Executive Director of ORCA - Organization for Improving Quality in Education (2016 - current). Rron is active in the public life of Kosovo as a political commentator which he uses for advocacy for progressive social changes. As a civil society activist in Kosovo, Rron was a member of the Preparatory Team for Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Kosovo, an initiative of the Kosovo President's Office during 2017-2019. Previously Rron has worked for the Center for Research, Documentation and Publication, an NGO specialized in Transitional Justice and Dealing with the Past, as well as a freelance journalist for Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN - Kosovo). Rron volunteered as a non-formal extracurricular teacher for The Ideas Partnership, where he worked with a group of primary school students from Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities.


Dina Pokrajac is a film critic, curator, and programmer. She majored in Journalism and Political Science and is a PHD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at University of Zagreb with a thesis on film archives and counter-memory practices. She works for Restart, an organization focused on the production, distribution, and exhibition of documentary films and is the manager of Dokukino KIC cinema. She is the artistic director of Subversive Festival, selector for ZagrebDox and has curated numerous interdisciplinary projects combining film and critical theory. She also works as a translator, having translated Lewis Mumford's Art and Technics, Flannery O'Connor's Mystery and Manners and Laura Mulvey's Afterimages among others. She is an editor for Jesenski i Turk and Bijeli val publishing houses and has edited over 20 books in the fields of philosophy, political science, and film theory. She was the winner of the Vladimir Vukovic Award for Best New Film Critic in 2017. She participated in the Sarajevo Talents 2020 and the Berlinale Talents 2021.