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Ivona Juka is screenwriter and director of the feature film "Facing the Day", one of the most awarded Croatian documentary film - Best documentary at goEast in Wiesbaden, Sarajevo, Grand Prix at DHF, Best European Documentary, Dokma etc. The film had a very successful theatrical distribution in Croatia and Macedonia.

Ivona is the author of award-winning short fiction films "Garbage" and "Editing", which was chosen in a competitive program at number of A festivals in the U.S.A. European Film Academy chose her as one of 5 students to make a short film for Europen Film Academy award in Berlin and next year as their candidate for "Cinema of Tomorrow". She is in pre-production of her feature film.


Ana Maria Rossi graduated Film and TV Directing at the Belgrade Faculty of Dramatic Arts. She made two documentaries for B92 TV which the BBC used in its program on the breakup of Yugoslavia.

Since 2000 she has been the permanent contract staff of RTS (Radio Television of Serbia), working in the Cultural Section. In this capacity, she made some 90 cultural programs. She made three very successful long documentaries:"Hasarian dictionary: Making off"; "Miki Manojlovic: The Actor"; "Directing by Nikita Milivojevic".


Ines Tanovic graduated the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Sarajevo, department of dramaturgy.

She worked for 14 years as assis. director in feature films with the most important directors from Bosnia and Herzegovina (Emir Kusturica, Ademir Kenovic, Zlatko Lavanic, Benjamin Filipovic etc.).

She worked on the realization of over 50 hours of the film archives of Sarajevo. Directed 5 short films on her own scenario: CIRCLES, IDEA, THE MAN S, SYNDROME and SUGAR-FREE.

2004. support for script "COPLICATION", HUBERT BALS FUND.


Marija Dzidzeva directed 2000. "Miss Amnesia" as a graduate film. It was shown in Palic Film Festival, 21 IFCK "MANAKI BROTHERS" Bitola Macedonia and Alpe Adria cinema festival.

Her documentary "Toni Mandza's list" was awarded at "BALKANBLACKBOX" and won award "GOLDEN WHEEL" in Skopje, Macedonia 2004.

It was also selected for competition at Sarajevo Film Festival, Bitola in Macedonia, Zagrebdox, Festival for short and documentary in Belgrade, AsterFest, Strumica and Art Generator, Shtip, both in Macedonia.

She made documentary film in 2005 "You are alive", which was shown in "BALKANBLACKBOX" in Germany.


Hanna A. W. Slak, director and screenwriter, enters the Film Academy of Ljubljana (AGRFT) in 1995. In 1997. she made her first film, a documentary FREAKquences. In 1998. makes short fiction film A.M. (Zjutro).

In 2001. she's directing her feature debut Blind Spot (Slepa pega), which premieres at the Locarno IFF in August 2002 and is screened at numerous IFF such as Chicago, Thessaloniki, Rotterdam, Ghent, Pusan and others. Film is awarded by the International Association of Film Clubs at the Cottbus IFF and for Best Director at the Sofia IFF in March 2003. In 2007 she finished feature film Tea.