Dan Oki (Slobodan Jokić)

Filmmaker and visual artist, full professor of film and electronic arts at the University of Split and Zagreb. Belongs to the generation of artists who, in the 1990s in Amsterdam, worked with film and photography, made cinematographic databases and interactive video. Has exhibited his work internationally for 25 years. Has made around 30 short films. In this very new century as a writer-director-producer he has made four independent feature films: Oxygen4, The Performance, The Dark and The Farewell. These films have been shown at festivals such as the Motovun Film Festival; Brooklyn Film Festival, New York; International Film Festival, Rotterdam; Image Forum Film Festival, Tokyo; Pula Film Festival; SEE Film Festival, Los Angeles; European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, and elsewhere. Currently working on his feature length documentary The Last Super 8 Film.

Sandra Sterle

Works with film, installation, interventions, photography and performance. Currently she is the associate professor of performance and video at the Arts Academy in Split, Croatia. Graduated from the Academy of Visual Art in Zagreb (1989) and continued her studies at Kunstakademie in Dusseldorf, (1995-96). Lived and worked in Amsterdam and New York. Her works have featured in numerous international exhibitions in places like: Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Kunsthalle Fridericanum, Kassel; Museum Ludwig, Aachen; Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem; Gate Foundation, Amsterdam; W139 Gallery, Amsterdam; Museo de Arte & diseno Contemporaneo, Costa Rica; Museo National Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; Instytut Sztuki Wyspa, Gdansk; Berlin Academy, Berlin; Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde; Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona; Location1 Gallery, New York; Artist Space, New York, and elsewhere.

Brian Willems

Teaches literature and film theory at the University of Split, Croatia. He is the author of Hopkins and Heidegger (Continuum, 2009), Facticity, Poverty and Clones (Atropos 2010) and Shooting the Moon (Zero Books 2015). Essays have been or will be published in Textual Practice, Symposium, Poiesis, Electronic Book Review, Security and Hospitality (Routledge), From A to <A> (University of Minnesota Press) and elsewhere. He is a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles arts and culture magazines ArtUS and Los Angeles Review of Books. He has curated exhibitions of new media artists in Croatia and abroad.

Gildo Bačević

(Split, 1979) Gildo is a multimedia artist (performance, video, film, artistic actions, multimedia installations, audio projects, sound recording and design). He has created many performances, video performances, video installations, short films, as well as the sound in three feature-length films. In addition to the presentation of his works in his solo shows, he has participated in a large number of group exhibitions and festivals in Croatia and abroad. He has won a prize at the 39th Split Salon exhibition of contemporary art (Splitski Salon) for his video performance Plastic Man Machine and first prize at 46th Croatian Film Festival (Revija hrvatskog filmskog stvaralaštva) for his documentary Mreža solidarnosti (Solidarity Network), which was his graduate thesis in 2013 with which he obtained his MA in Film and Media Production from Split's Art Academy, from which he received the title of assistant professor. He is a member of both the Croatian Freelance Artist Association and Split's Croatian Visual Artist Association. He lives and works in Split. Link

Bruno Pavič

Born on 30 March 1988 in Zagreb, Croatia. Graduated from the Film and Video department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Split and afterwards took his master`degree at the same Academy - Department of Film, Media Art and Animation, graduating with the feature film Vlog. Together with feature and documentary films he also deals with video arts. His work has been shown at international film festivals and exhibitions. In 2014 he had his first solo exhibition of video work and video instalations.

Anita Lunić

Holds an MA in Philosophy and History and is currently undertaking doctoral studies in the field of social philosophy. Lunić has participated at international and national conferences, published and given invited lectures in Croatia and abroad. Currently a PhD visiting researcher at the University of Sarajevo. Member of several academic and art-activist platforms and associations. Interested in (documentary) movie production.