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After working as director of photography for fiction films, he started directing documentaries and experimental films at the beginning of the 1990's. Here are some more recent titles: Great Communist Bank Robbery (2004), Cold Waves (2007), Kapitalism – our improved formula (2010). In 2016 he published his thesis, Representing Memory in Documentary Film (Polirom). Alexandru teaches at the Art University in Bucharest. Since 2010 till today he has been the director of the One World Romania Festival.
Pavel Sterec's works pass through video, performance, objects, installations and photography. His practice is based on research and he focuses on social interactions, which he turns into conceptual installations. His works reinterpret cultural connections and natural phenomena and they take over the engaged critique of the social and political status-quo. Pavel Sterec lives and works in Prague and Brno, in the Czech Republic. He is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.
Petra Dobruska is a graduate of Romani Studies at the Carol University in Prague, where she was involved in several linguistic and anthropological research programmes. During her PhD studies she is focusing on transnational migration and on the conversion toward new religious movements, which are all in close connection to the economical situation and the deterioration of work in the postindustrial areas. She also takes care of social matters as an event and cultural initiatives manager. She lives and works in Bucharest.
One of the most important names of the Romanian contemporary cinema, Radu Jude has gained his notoriety with the short fiction film The Lamp with the Hat, winner of more than 50 international awards. His debut feature film, The Happiest Girl in The World, won the NHK/Filmmaker Award at Sundance and the CICAE award at the Berlinale. His third feature, Aferim!, obtained several international awards, one of them being the Silver Bear for the Best Director at the Berlinale. FILMOGRAPHY: Lampa cu căciulă (2006), Alexandra (2007), Cea mai fericită fată din lume (2009), Film pentru prieteni (2011), Toată lumea din familia noastră (2012), O umbră de nor (2013), Trece și prin perete (2014), Aferim! (2015), Inimi cicatrizate (2016)
Saša Uhlová is a Czech journalist. She graduated from Roma studies at Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague. After her studies, she worked as an anthropological field researcher in socially excluded communities. From 2009 till 2016, she was an editor for the online monthly journal Referendum. She received the „honest mention“ in a competition Journalist Award 2015. At the beginning of the year 2017 she became an editor for the online journal A2larm.