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Maja Malus Azhdari
Maja Malus Azhdari started working with documentary film in 2001 under the auspices of the Luksuz production. She is a sociologist, majoring in personnel management, who received additional education at Charles University in Prague. As a director, she tackles minority and neglected social topics. She has been organizing documentary film workshops since 2004. She established the documentary editorial department at RTS television, and since 2009, as an editor, she led the show Dokumentarci, where Slovenian documentary films were shown. In 2009, she founded the Maribor organization Mitra, the development of audiovisual culture and intercultural dialogue, within which she managed the international projects Balkan Junctions, Extending Creative Practice (national award Zlato Jabolko), European Cultural Learning Network, Silver Stories (1st senior festival), Multikulti, Intergenerational Ethno-Culinary Dialogues, 1001 Nights of Persia. In 2012, she founded the Slovenian Documentary Film Review, which in 2014 transformed into the DOKUDOC International Documentary Film Festival. She directed the documentary films Iran 1385 (2008), Slovenian stories of the culture of Islam (2010), 16 parts of the documentary series on sexuality Beautiful Sex Life (2012), City Folk Maribor (2011 and 2012), City Folk Ljubljana (2013), Voices of fear (2015), co-directed Schengen Stories (2009), participated in the creation of many short documentaries (2001-2008) and produced several new documentaries in the framework of workshops (2009-2016). Since 2015, he has been running the public institution Youth Cultural Center Maribor, which combines the fields of youth, culture, and tourism. Since 2014, she has been the program selector of the DOKUDOC festival.
Art historian and Southern Slavist, with an affinity for performing arts and film.
Igor has been sitting at the computer keyboard since 1988; computer scientist and computer journalist (Moj mikro, Joker, PC format...), who after studying philosophy and theology continued his career at SNG Maribor. In 2008, he founded Galerija Unuk, a guerilla project art gallery, through which he takes care of occasional exhibitions and the revitalization of the retrospective collection of works by the Maribor academic painter Janez Pristavac. The current project Gremo gor Maribor is an exhibition project dedicated to the Maribor uprisings. Otherwise, the fanatical documentary viewer swears by old PBS productions (humanist series) and respects names like Ronald Fricke and Werner Herzog.
Director, producer, screenwriter and archive researcher. She discovers hidden details through which the essence of art, culture, nature and life is revealed. This is the reason why she devoted her time on this planet to the small pleasures of life and, of course, to cinema. She studied at the NAFTA Film Academy in Amsterdam, and later at the Northern Media School in Sheffield, completing a postgraduate course in directing and production. In 2003, she founded the Petra Pan Film production company in Slovenia and Macedonia with her life partner Brando Ferro, and in 2010, the festival of creative documentary film MakeDox and traveling cinema in Macedonia. As part of MakeDox, the documentary film was introduced a few years ago as part of education in all Macedonian secondary and primary schools.
Born in 1981 in Maribor. In 2000, he enrolled at the AGRFT in Ljubljana, majoring in film and television directing, where he graduated in 2007. Since then, he has been working as a self-employed person in culture. He has received several national and international awards for his feature films and documentaries.
Biček graduated from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana in film and television directing. Both of his feature films, Class Enemy from 2013 and Family from 2017, received the Vesna Award for best film at the Slovenian Film Festival, Class Enemy was also a Slovenian candidate for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
Jan Gogola works as a director, script editor, lecturer at Tomas Bata University in Zlín - Faculty of Multimedia Communications – Audiovisual Arts. Formerly a commissioning editor for Czech TV, chief of programme Czech TV Brno and lecturer at FAMU. His reflexive and stylized films are often based on everyday life, which forms a source of philosophical exploration: diary, essay, happening, observation, performance, situational portrait.
Filmography, e.g., Eternal Jožo or How I Met a Star (2020), Excursions or History of the Present (2015), František of His Own Kind (Audience Prize EKOFILM 2014), Mythmaking (2013), Breathless: I love My Boring Life (Best Czech Documentary IDFF Jihlava 2009, Krakow Film Festival 2010 – Fipresci Prize), Across the Border: Czech Velenice Infinity (film omnibus, Golden Dove DOK Leipzig 2004), Situation of the Street or the Czech Sea in Eighteen Tidal Waves (2001), Nonstop (2000).
Script editor (dramaturg), e.g., Caught in the Net (B. Chalupová, V. Klusák), Czech Dream (F. Remunda, V. Klusák); 66 Seasons, Cooking History (P. Kerekes); Ester (V. Chytilová); A Hole in the Head (R. Kirchhoff), Jan Palach (R. Sedláček), Lost Holiday (L. Králová); A New Shift (J. Andrš), Off Sides (T. Bojar, R. Kohoutová), Other Worlds (M. Škop); Private Century (J. Šikl), The Sailor (L. Kašová), Town of Glory (D. Bogoljubov), René, Katka (H. Třeštíková), Saving One Who Was Dead (V. Kadrnka) and others.
Masterclass: DOK Leipzig 2011, DOCsk Košice 2011, Festival Filmer a tout prix Brusel 2015
Retrospects: DOCsk Košice 2011, Febiofest Bratislava 2014
Gogola is author of essays what published in média and books.
Toni Soprano Meneglejte
Toni Soprano Meneglejte is half of the former tandem son: DA, which was active in the Slovenian and international visual arts scene for more than 15 years. Since 2015, she has been working independently, is an intermedia artist and her diverse practice includes photography, sound performances, space design, scenography, drawing, video and digital projects using social media.
Uja Irgolič graduated in film editing in 2001 at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. In Croatia, she successfully worked as an editor, especially in documentaries. All-around creative, since 2003 she lives and works in Slovenia again, where she mainly deals with the editing of documentaries and feature films (Suma Sumarum, Tu pa tam, Modra soba, Denarnica, Across the border, Mariborska džorvetia.).
Ankica Radivojević has a master's degree in Assisting with Art. She is active in the field of contemporary performative street arts, where she works as a producer, organizer and performer.
Born in 1985. That songwriter who tries to write as much as possible from experience. He does not watch the films, but records them. For documentaries, he believes that they are the last and always necessary realism. He started with journalistic practice in Večer, where he later edited the Popculture page, where he wrote about current popcultural phenomena. His specialty, though, was concert reports and reporting from football matches, but later about (especially Slovenian) film. Most often for Urbani.si, otherwise he also wrote for Dnevnik, Primorske Novice, Open and Maribor24. He has led the Marigor podcast, has been creating an offside podcast for seven years, twice a week in the radio segment on Radio City, participating in the Maribor WUNDERKIND, headed a workshop of creative writing (RE) Creation at MKC Maribor, wrote festival logs for the Lent Festival. .. He collaborates with Dokudoc for the first time with a great desire to watch the movie as an event.
Nataša Berk is a diverse and versatile artist. She creates analog and digital manner and does not place herself in a specific genre.
Her art is genderless, politically undefined and refuses to be framed.
Tonja Jelen is a literary critic, moderator of literary events and a poet.