Graduated in film and television editing from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, followed by an MA in Dramatic and Audiovisual Art – Film and Television Editing. Since 2015, she has been working at the Department of Digital Arts at the Faculty of Media and Communication in Belgrade. She worked as an editor on films that were screened and showcased on international film festivals in Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Locarno, Rotterdam, Toronto, Sarajevo… Apart from film production, she has also collaborated on many videos, installations and theatre productions.





Born in 1984 in Split. Currently in his final year of Master’s programme in film directing at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. His films have been screened and awarded on Doclisboa, Dokufest, Beldocs, Brussels Short Film Festival, Pančevo, Brest, Makedox, Zagreb Film Festival and Croatian Film Days. The film “Momsy” earned him the Dean’s Award as well as the Special Rector’s Award, and he got the Oktavijan Award by the Croatian Society of Film Critics for his film “Summer Fruits”. Currently working on his debut feature film.




Olaf Möller (Cologne / Helsinki). Writes about and shows films. And that’s all there is to it.











Asja Krsmanović was born in Sarajevo in 1988. Graduated in dramaturgy from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo. Worked as a dramaturg on theatrical plays, a short film screenwriter, and was also involved in several radio and television productions. Since 2011, she has been working as a co-ordinator of the Feature and Short Competition programmes as well as the In Focus programme at the Sarajevo Film Festival. She has been in charge of the programming of the Student Film Competition since2017.




Matevž Jerman is one of the co-funders of Kraken Short Film Promotion Society, program director at FeKK – Ljubljana Short Film Festival and short film curator for the Slovene cinematheque and film festivals as Kino Otok – Isola Cine- ma and LIFFe. He has directed several awarded experimental short films and awarded music videos. Jerman also works as a film critic and as an editor of the cinematheque’s bi-monthly paper Kinotečnik.



Natko Stipaničev graduated with a BA in Film and Video at the Arts Acade- my in Split, followed by an MA from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, the Department of Animated Film and New Media. Works on commercial and fine art projects in film, animation and sound design.





The author of the Best film in the international competition will receive, along with a festival trophy called Veronica’s Skull, named after an old local legend, a sum of 500 euros for production of the next film. The award for the Best film in domestic competition is a festival trophy called Veronica’s Skull and a sum of 250 euros for production of the next film. Members of the jury can present special mentions regardless of the category, provided that they give an explanation for their decision.

The audience gives the award to the best film of Night Of The Living Audience programme. Audience award is called Vox Veronicae. The author of the festival trophies is designer Srećko Lacković.