The director of „The Last Mountain”. Mountaineer, Himalayan climber, filmmaker, participant of over a dozen Polish expeditions to the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, 8 of which in winter. He claimed five 8,000ers: K2 (8,611 m), Mount Everest (8,848 m) twice, Lhotse (8,516 m), Cho Oyu (8,201 m), and Gasherbrum II (8,035 m) twice. Author of numerous movies, mostly about the mountains; winner of many awards at mountaineering film festivals in Poland and abroad.

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).

The director of "In Touch". Born in 1981, graduated from the the Łódź National Film School and from the Wajda School in Warsaw. He also has a Master's in Sociology. Short documentary and fiction films he made so far received wide publicity at numerous film festivals around the world and got many prestigious awards. His documentary "Rogalik" got a nomination in 2012 at IDFA. His "In Touch" received Special Jury Award at IDFA in 2018.

Director and writer of the film „Soyalism”. Stefano Liberti is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. He is a contributor to many European magazines, such as Internazionale and Al Jazeera English. In 2008 he wrote the book “A sud di Lampedusa” which was awarded the “Indro Montenelli prize” for writing. As a filmmaker, he has directed many movies, both for the television and for the cinema, such as “Closed sea” (2012, co-directed with Andrea Segre) on migration through the Mediterranean.