Ines Prica, PhD, is a research advisor at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb. Her areas of interest include anthropological theory, postsocialist studies, anthropology of popular culture and anthropology of work. In addition to numerous scientific articles, she has also published and edited many books. She is a member of the Institute’s Research Council, a lecturer at the Doctoral studies of the Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Department of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, and has also participated in organising a number of (international) IEF conferences. Ines Prica is one of the founders and editors of New Ethnography book series, a member of the editorial board of the magazines Prague Studies in Sociocultural Anthropologv, Gazelo Internacia de Antropologio and Ethnoanthropological Zoom, as well as a member of the European Association of Social Anthropologists and EASA Europeanist Network.
Pille Runnel (PhD) is a director and programmer of the World Film Festival and research director of the Estonian National Museum. Her main research areas are museum communication, media anthropology, visual anthropology and media audience studies. She has participated in several international research and cooperation projects, including EU Kids Online and COST network Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies.
Oliver Sertić is a producer from Zagreb. He has published and edited material for the press, web, radio and TV. He founded the organisation RESTART where he works as a programme editor of the Dokukino Cinema and the distribution department and as one of the tutors at the School of Documentary Film. He has produced around 20 feature and short documentaries. He cooperates with many film festivals as a PR, selector, producer and advisor and he is also a part of the Human Rights Film Festival programme team. He has been the director of the Liburnia Film Festival since 2012 and he is also the co-founder of the Amateur Film Review – RAF, the Autonomous Cultural Centre – Attack! and the Cross-Radio project.