Short Film Award

    Ivan Bakrač (1987, Montenegro) graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Design in Belgrade with an MA in film directing. He has written and directed short films which participated in many international festivals and won awards. His first feature film, After the Winter, which took part in 2017 Berlinale Script Station, is currently in post-production. He is a programmer at Free Zone Film Festival in Belgrade.
    Films: Ratovi/Wars (2013); Koža će nam postati siva/ Our Skin is Going to Gray (2014); Maleš/Malesh (2016). 
    Marina Kožul works for the Croatian non-profit organization 25 FPS Association for Audio-Visual Research in Zagreb, whose main project is 25 FPS Festival, an international film festival showcasing experimental, innovative and artists’ film and video, where she works as one of the film programmers and producers. She has selected programs for festivals, art cinemas in Zagreb and other Croatian cities, and promoted Croatian experimental film and animation at European and international film and media events. Since 2012 she has been engaged as short film mentor for the International Film Festival Rotterdam. 
    Andraž Jerič is a film producer, and occasionally works as a film critic and publicist. In 2013, he founded the Temporama Film Society, which has produced several short films and music videos, as well as a web series. Last year Jerič produced the feature Consequences, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and received five Vesna Awards at the Festival of Slovenian Film. What he enjoys the most is working with young talented filmmakers still interested in making shorts while already contemplating their debut features. Temporama is currently developing three short films, two series and two new feature films.