Ana Đordić (b. 1983, Zagreb). She has a degree in Croatian Studies and Philosophy from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. She teaches the Croatian Language and Film Arts at the 13th High School in Zagreb. She also teaches courses on film for high schoolers at the Tuškanac cinema (with doc. art. Jelena Modrić), as well as Methodology courses for teaching film at the "Dr. Ante Peterlić" School of Media Culture, in addition to being a member of the Youth Film Festival and the Four River Film Festival selection committee. She is a post-graduate student of literature, performing arts, film and culture at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb.
Boško Picula (b. 1973, Šibenik), political scientist and film critic. He studied political science and journalism at the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb and is a winner of the Rector's Award. After earning his degree, he went on to obtain a Master's degree in International Relations and a Doctoral degree in Comparative Politics at his alma mater. He is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science and an external associate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as the University College of International Relations and Diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld in Zagreb, where he teaches a course on Politics in Art, among other things. He has authored a number of scientific and professional papers. As a student he began contributing to the "Hollywood" film magazine. His reviews have also been published in "Vijenac", "Total Film", "Globus", as well as the "Croatian Film Chronicles" and the film.hr website. He is the co-author of "Café cinéma," a Croatian Television program about film, and a similar program aimed at children called "Kokice". As a film critic, he has also contributed to various programs on the Croatian Television ("Špica, riva, korzo") and the Croatian Radio ("Licem u lice"). He hosts a television show about animated film called "Animatik". Additionally, he has directed the music video for the song "Daleko" by the Croatian band Batida, which was nominated for the Zlatna Koogla independent music award. He has been a member of various selection committees and award juries at different Croatian film festivals (the Youth Film Festival and Four River Film Festival in Karlovac, Pazi, snima se! (Watch out, we're filming!) – the selection competition for Croatia's entry for the Ciak Junior festival, VAFI - the International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival Varaždin, the Visegrad Animation Forum in Trebon, the Đakovači rezovi festival in Đakovo). He has also been the editor of a number of festival publications: the Zagreb Animafest, the Pula Film Festival and the One Take Film Festival of Zagreb). He is a member of the Croatian Political Science Association, Croatian Journalists' Association, Western Political Science Associatin (WPSA), Croatian Society of Film Critics and the National Debate Championships Committee, as well as the board of directors of the French Alliance in Zagreb. At the 26th Animafest - World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb 2016, he was a jury member of the Grand Feature Film Competition. He is also a member of the artistic council of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, serving as the artistic advisor for minority co-productions.
Dinka Radonić (b. 1984, Zagreb) graduated Film and TV at the Academy of Dramatic Arts, University of Zagreb. She works as a filmmaker and director of photography on short fiction, documentary and experimental films for the past 10 years. She debuted as director of the film "IKEA for YU" (with Marija Ratković Vidaković) in 2018. She has been an educator in various film workshops, most notably Dr. Ante Peterlić, produced by HFS and the School of Documentary Film, produced by Restart. She was a member of the jury at the Croatian Children's Film Festival from 2013 till 2018. Since 2018, she has been working as a lecturer at the Center for Multimedia at the Technical Polytechnic of Zagreb.