Bertrand Grimault has been promoting cross-cutting cinema since 1996, at the crossroads of visual arts, documentary and experimental cinema. He is an independent curator and programmer. He directs the association Monoquini in Bordeaux.
Marie Losier is a French-American director and programmer. She has made a number of film portraits of avant-garde filmmakers, musicians and authors such as Mike and George Kuchar, Guy Maddin, Richard Foreman, Tony Conard and Genesis P-Orridge. Whimsical, poetic, dreamlike and unconventional, her films explore the lives and work of these artists.
Bertrand Mandico graduated in animation from the Gobelins school in Paris. However, he only directed one short film: Le Cavalier Bleu, featuring a pagan rite in a surreal setting. Creating crepuscular universes, he works on the cinematographic and narrative matter by revisiting the genres. He has written and directed numerous short and medium-length films, selected in a large number of festivals, including Boro in the box (2011), freely inspired by the life of Walerian Borowczyk, echoing a retrospective that he directed in Warsaw. Bertrand Mandico’s research is polymorphic (texts, photos, drawings, assemblages) some of his films such as Living Still Life (2012) are exhibited in art centers.
Miodrag Miša Milošević
Miodrag Milošević graduated from the Image Department of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He has been directing experimental short films and documentaries since 1974, and was also hired as a
cinematographer on feature films by Zelimir Zilnik and Dušan Makavejev. He teaches film and digital technologies and leads film-making workshops. Since 1976 he has been a programmer at the Academic Film Center (Belgrade student city). He is also the founder and director of the ALTERNATIVE FILM-VIDEO festival since 1982. he is a member of the Association of Film Artists of Serbia (UFUS) and the Serbian Society of Cinematographers (SAS).
Nora Molitor studied Intercultural Communication, Modern History and Spanish Philology at the University of Saarland (Germany) and at the IEP in Paris. She works for international film, theater and literature festivals as well as on independent theater productions. In 2010 she started working at the Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art (Berlin) in the distribution department and at the Expanded Forum (Berlinale). She is co-founder of transdemo e.V. There she programmed and promoted experimental film and performance art. She believes in art according to the Godardian quote: “Photography is truth. And cinema is twenty-four times the truth per second”.