Maša Nešković

Born in 1984 in Belgrade. Graduated in film and television directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in 2009. She has directed 11 short fiction films and 13 short and medium-length documentaries (which have been screened and awarded at international film festivals) based on her own screenplays and as a co-screenwriter. In 2019, she finished her first feature film “Asymmetry”, which had its world premiere in October at the festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the domestic one at the Auteur Film Festival, in November of the same year. She is currently directing the 5th season of the crime series “Ubice mog oca”. She also works as an docent in the subject of directing, FEFA faculty, in the department of creative production.




Žarko Ivanov

Born in 1976. Graduate in languages and literature at the Philology Faculty in Skopje. In 2006 he attends the Film Art College in Sofia, Bulgaria after which he completes a Masters in Cultural Studies at the University of Skopje and Masters in Animation Film Directing at the The University of Audiovisual Arts and currently doing his Doctorate in literature and film. He is founder of the production company “Flip Book” with which he has produced more than 20 short animated, documentary and live action films. As a director, his films have been shown at more than 100 festivals around the world and winning more than 15 awards.




Ronald Panza

Theatrologist and filmologist. Cultural activist at OKC Abrašević from Mostar. Leader of workshops on theater and storytelling, theater and film criticism, short stories, small school of urbanism, film encounters of slow, documentary and experimental film. Author of radio plays, sound installations, short stories and poetry. Author of theater and film reviews, radio interviews on culture for Abrašradio. A member of the experimental sound trio J.I.G. One of the founders of the Zagreb electroacoustic ensemble Azot, which is also responsible for the creation of the Sine Linea experimental music festival in Zagreb, and co-founder of the evenings of experimental and improvised music at Abrašević – Noisetalgija and Improzor.


Ivan Velisavljević

Born in Šabac in 1982. He graduated in General Literature and Theory of Literature at the Faculty of Philology and in Dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Belgrade. He completed his master’s degree in Comparative Literature, with a thesis in film studies, at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb. He worked as a journalist, columnist, film and literary critic, and his essays were published in the leading film journals in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Netherlands, Great Britain, USA… Since 2017, he has been employed as a Media Archive curator at the Academic Film Center of the Students’ City Cultural Center in Belgrade.