Zoran Kubura (Sarajevo, 1982) is a journalist and author from Bosnia and Herzegovina
documentary films. He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo
In 2006, Doc. with the film “Primitivism at first glance” which was the ticket to
the world of television. Since 2007, he has been working as a video journalist in the Documentary Editorial Office
of the BHT1 program. He recorded dozens of reports and TV documentaries. Most often he works in
creative team with colleague Bojan Hadžiabdić, with whom he signs the script,
direction and camera for most of the films, including last year’s DORF winner, the film about Indexi.

Marijana Bošnjak holds a master’s degree in economics from the “Entrepreneurship” study program
J.J. Strossmayer University in Osijek. With experience in strategic, risk and
crisis management took over the failing company Kinematografi Osijek
in 2007. Complete business and program transformation in a short time
time, Osijek’s cinemas became one of the most successful
cinema screens with a constant growth in the number of audiences and the share of European films
in your program. She received an award for cinema for her business results
with the best program in Europe in 2015 and 2018 and a European award
for audience development from Europa Cinemas in 2018. She was a member
Validation Committee Europa Cinemas in two mandates until 2017, member of the jury
at the prestigious film festivals in Cannes 2015, Karlovy Vary 2011.
in 2017 and Miscolca in 2021, president of the city’s candidacy committee
of Osijek for the European Capital of Culture 2015/16. year, member
of the Cultural Council of the City of Osijek and is the author of 21 programs in the area
film program and audience development with constant European support. From
In 2021, she was appointed a member of the board of directors of the international association art
cinema- CICAE and a member of the Europa Cinemas association.
From 2011 to 2021, she conducted a series of educations in the field of innovation and development
audience, new media and new technologies as part of educational labs
the European cinema network Europa Cinemas.

Boris Sekulić was born in Osijek in 1989, where he graduated from the School of Applied Arts. In 2014, he received his master’s degree at the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka, majoring in applied sculpture. He is active in various fields of visual and applied art. He exhibited at several independent and numerous group exhibitions in the country and abroad. He has been awarded several times for his work. Since 2014, he has been working as an assistant at the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka, Department of Sculpture, as an external associate. He is the author of numerous music videos, and for us he created a unique Lifetime Achievement Award for Don Letts, which we presented to him in Pula in 2016…


A young sculptor, painter and photographer Mirjana Pjevac is in charge of the unique awards for the winners of this year’s festival.

The author of this year’s visual solution is Keith Kitz, professor of graphic design from Boston (USA) and author of numerous works rewarded around the world, a regular associate of the 46pgs cult croatian magazine.

The visual identity on the website and promotional materials are still being taken care of by Martin Peranovic, a designer from Otok, near Vinkovci.