Tiln Hobič

Enthusiast who is interested in variety, which is why he works in several different fields. His biggest inspiration is organizing sports and cultural events. The most renowned event that has grown under his wing is Rolka, which first took place in Kranj and has recently moved to Bled. In his free time, he dabbles in different sports, connecting them particularly fondly with travelling and photography.

Miha Knific

Academic sculptor. He earned his BA degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana and did his post-graduate at Kungliga Konsthögskolan (Royal Institute of Art) in Stockholm in Sweden. In 2007, he made his directorial debut with Noč (Let me sleep/En Natt) and has not left film waters since. He has directed many shorts and animated films and deals with the phenomenon of film both in the sense of gallery exhibitions and film context.

Aljoša Korenčan

Musician and cameraman, steadicam operator, cyclist, photographer and traveller. After studying at the photography school in Ljubljana, he moved to Kranj where he breathes with the city, creating for locals and visitors. He works with many Slovenian and foreign productions. As a steadicam operator, he won the gold medal for a short film The Invisible Hand of Adam Smith, directed by Slobodan Maksimović and taken in a single 15-minute shot.

Ana Lampret

Works for the Slovenian Federation of Filmmakers’ Guilds. In recent years, she has worked at the international initiative CEE Animation (Workshop and Forum) and coordinated the developmental and educational REACT initiative, through which she worked with several internationally recognized film workshops: TorinoFilmLab, Maia and Ex Oriente. For several years, she was the leader of the industry and educational programme of the Festival of Slovenian Film.

Luka Marčetič

Director, screenwriter and actor who likes to create multimedia content, mostly with a hint of comedy. Among other projects, he has co-written and played in the TV series V dvoje and directed the feature film Pr’ Hostar. While working on new projects, he is in front of the camera in various films and series, while sometimes also giving lectures at film workshops behind the camera. He is an active member of the Directors Guild of Slovenia.

Maja Sever

Actress at the SNG Drama Ljubljana. She is the author and director of the children’s play Peter Klepec or how to become a proper hero. She records for Radio Slovenia and works on film and TV productions. She is a translator, adapting animated series for dubbing into Slovene, as well as dubbing and directing them. She is the vice president of the Screen Actors Guild of Slovenia and an avid Argentinian tango dancer.

Beti Strgar

Young film and theatre actor, a musician and a big cineast. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild of Slovenia. She has acted in different series and films. Since 2019, she has been a member of the acting ensemble of Theatre Celje where she can be seen in several productions.

Ana Šturm

Historian and sociologist, mostly of the quotidian. Lost in film, addicted to coffee, ginger and the first snow. A film spectator, critic and selector. As a FIPRESCI member, she has recently been part of international juries at film festivals Liffe, Motovun, Annecy, Karlovy Vary and Berlinale. Since May 2020, she has taken on the role of editor-in-chief and executive editor of the Ekran magazine for film and TV.

Veronika Zakonjšek

Culturologist and film critic who regularly writes for Ekran, Kino! in Dialogues. As a member of the International Association of Film Critics FIPRESCI, she has participated in international juries at the Liffe Festival, St. Petersburg and Rotterdam, and in various forms he often collaborates with domestic film festivals, such as Animateka, Kino Otok and the Slovenian Film Festival. She is an alumnus of Sarajevo Talents Press.

Branko Završan

Film and theatre actor, a theatre pedagogue and director, singer, text and screenwriter. He studied at Ljubljana’s Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television and L’Ecole internationale de théâtre mime et mouvement Jacques Lecoq in Paris. He worked at Theatre Celje, and is also active internationally. He is one of the founders and a member of the board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild of Slovenia. He has won multiple awards for his acting, singing, screenplay writing and translating achievements.