The director of "Transnistra". She was born in 1983 in Sweden. Her debut feature length and self edited documentary, Pine Ridge, was selected in the Official Selection at the Venice International Film Festival 2013 and won best Nordic documentary at the International Film festival in Gothenburg in 2014.

The director of "Diagnosis". Born in 11.11.1981, she has graduated from the National Film School in Łódź (PWSFTviT) as well as University of Łódź majoring in film theory and journalism (MA Degree). She has a l s o g r a d u a t e d f r o m DOK P RO, a documentary program at Wajda School. Her short film LOVE was released on DVD with the best school films.

The director of " Symphony of the Ursus factory". Artivist, visual artist, director, academic and pre-school teacher. Since 2011, author and initiator of a multidisciplinary operations on the border of art and social activism with the former workers of the Ursus tractor factory including i.a. site-specific activities in the public space, social and artistic actions, performance, happenings, independent films and the full- length creative documentary Symphony of The Ursus Factory (Film Award, The Polish Film Institute, Museum of Modern Art and Wajda School Film).

producer of the film "Diagnosis". She has graduated from the National Film School in Łódź (PWSFTviT) - MA Degree – Film & TV Production, Program for Creative Producers at Wajda School and Marketing Strategies at Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). She also finished National Music School (piano class).

director of the film "Piano to Zanskar". Michal Sulima is a self-taught filmmaker born in Poland. He began his professional career as a photographer in commercial and fashion sector but quickly moved on to pursue filmmaking. Michal graduated in Photography from University of the Arts London with a short film that shortlisted to the best of the show and made an official selection at the London Short Film Festival, among others. Since then, he has built a growing portfolio of short commercials and moved on to shoot and direct his first feature-length documentary, establishing himself as an up-and-coming cinematographer and filmmaker.

director of the film "Srbenka". Nebojsa Slijepcevic has directed numerous creative documentaries that were widely shown and awarded multiple times at many international festivals. For his TV documentaries, he’s a three times nominee for Prix Europa Award. His first documentary feature, the international co-production ‘Gangster of Love’, premiered at Hot Docs (Canada) and IFF Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) and was one of the biggest box office successes in Croatia.

Director of the film „Putin’s Witnesses”. He studied at All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography. Since 1989 he has shot more than 30 films. His works were presented at more than 400 international film festivals. He was awarded with more than 50 awards and prizes in Russia and abroad. His films were shown on the leading channels in practically all European countries, as well as in Japan, Australia, China, Canada and other countries.