(Turkey) lives and works in Brussels, Istanbul and Paris, making short films, documentaries, video installations and performances. Her works explore the connection between memory, language and cultural and trans-cultural identity. Her short films Şoför (2001) and Koro (2002) participated at the festivals of Venice and Locarno, and received various awards. In 2016 she directed her first feature-length documentary Kazarken, presented at Torino Film Festival.
(Israel) graduated from the Jerusalem Film School and in 2000 moved to France, where she currently lives. Film de guerre (2007), Demain (2010) and Trêve form a trilogy about the addictive connection between Israelis and war. The three films were presented at the Torino Film Festival. Her recent work of three feature films explores the fractured French society and its political relations with its ethnic minorities. Her film Attaque received the TFFdoc Special Jury Award in 2016. This year she presents at Torino Film Festival her new film, Christelle.
(Kosovo) is the artistic director of DokuFest, Kosovo’s largest documentary and short film festival, which he co-founded in 2002. He is also the curator of DokuPhoto, an annual showcase of documentary photography that runs alongside film festival. He is a member of the selection committee of Cinema Eye Honors as well as of IDA Awards International Committee and of European Cultural Parliament and European Film Academy.