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March 28th – April 2nd, 2017 / Cinema Muzeul Țăranului & Cinema Elvire Popesco / the 7th edition

Jury

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NORA MOLITOR — Representative of Berlinale Forum Expanded and Arsenal Institute Berlin

Nora Molitor

Nora Molitor, born in 1982 in Aachen, studied Intercultural Communication, Modern History and Spanish Philology at the University of Saarland, Germany and the Institute of Political Studies Paris, France. Since then she has been working for international film, theater, and literature festivals as well as independent theater productions. In 2010 she began to work at the Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art in the scope of Berlinale Forum Expanded and Arsenal distribution. She is a co-founder of transdemo e.V. and has curated and implemented experimental film & performance programs at 48 Stunden Neukölln, Berlin.


 


PAOLO MORETTI — Member of the Selection Committee, Festival of Documentary Film FIDMarseille

Paolo Moretti

Since 2001 Paolo Moretti worked for several film festivals and film institutions in Europe, including the Pompidou Center in Paris, the ​​États Généraux du Film Documentaire (Lussas), Filmoteca Española in Madrid, Leeds International Film Festival (UK), Cinemateca Portuguesa in Lisbon, One World in Prague and Cinéma du Réel in Paris. From 2008 to 2011, he was program advisor of the Venice Film Festival, focusing in particular on short and medium length films (Orizzonti). In 2012 and 2013 program advisor for the Rome Film Festival (CinemaXXI). Since 2012 Selection Committee member of FIDMarseille and program advisor for ​​Visions du Réel. He is the director of the ​​La Roche-sur-Yon International Film Festival since 2014.

 


CĂLIN DAN — Visual artist and Director of the National Museum of Contemporary Art MNAC Bucharest

Călin Dan

Călin Dan is a visual artist with a background in art history and theory. He reached international recognition with his work in the group subREAL, and independently for the long-term project Emotional Architecture. After 1989 he acted as advisor to the Mondriaan Fund and Pro Helvetia, and as a leader to cultural institutions like “Arta” magazine, and the Soros Centre for Contemporary Art, Bucharest. Currently he is the director of the National Museum of Contemporary Art – MNAC Bucharest. His video work was showcased at: Ars Electronica, Linz; DEAF (Dutch Electronic Arts Festival), Rotterdam; Media, film and video festival Osnabruck; Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen; OSTranenie Video Forum an der Stiftung Bauhaus, Dessau; Videonnale Bonn etc.