Yann Pichot, FR11:41

Nicolás De Bórtoli, AR07:39

Salvatore Insana, IT23:43


Pável Quevedo Ullauri, CR 06:38

Vojtěch Domlátil, CZ02:40

Roger Horn, DE04:50

Studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence. His artistic practice is in drawing, installation and animation. Winner of numerous art prizes (2015. the Vladimir Nazor award for the best exhibition, 2012. award for the best design at the festival of Croatian animation FHAF, 2010. third award at the exhibition T-HT@MSU In Zagreb and in 2008. the Radoslav Putar Award for best young contemporary artist. Participated in many residential programs in Helsinki, New York, Los Angeles, Frankfurt Am Main and Vienna.
Collaborated with the Art Academy in Zagreb at workshops for students as tutor for the workshop of Artist Books, Field recordings and Radio Dramas. Works at the Academy of fine arts in Zagreb, Croatia at the painting department and at Nuova Accademia di belle arti (NABA) in Milan, Italy teaching exhibition design and visual arts. His films have been shown on many international animation film festivals and experimental film festivals. His works have been exhibited on many solo and group exhibitions around the world. In 2017 along with Tina Gverović he represented Croatia at the 57th Venice Biennale. 

Ana Hušman’s practice disassembles the structures and textures of cinematic elements through film, installation, books, sound, image and text. Hušman experiments with the possibilities of animation, documentary and fictional cinematic methods, and the possibilities of the recorded voice and its articulation. Her working process questions and plays with the positions of the amateur and the professional subject of performativity, the medium itself, and the structures that dictate and produce patterns of behavior. She is Asociate Professor at the Department of Animation and New Media at the Academy of Fine Art in Zagreb, cofounder of the documentary film organization RESTART where she has been holding film education programs for children and young people for many years. Her works has been shown at festivals and exhibitions including: 9th Gwangju Biennale; 53 Oktobarski Salon, Beograd; Medienturm Gallery, Graz; On the Eastern Front, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Arts, Budapest; “lucy” bodig & ART ON STAGE, URA, Istanbul; Stuttgarter Filmwinter; International Film Festival Rotterdam; 25 fps, Zagreb; DOK, Leipzig.  

Dalibor Barić (1974)  is a Croatian experimental filmmaker whose works often explores traditional genres like science fiction and horror.  Using found objects as his source material, Barić uses collage techniques in order to produce sophisticated psychedelic narratives that often blur the lines between our outer and inner realities.  Moreover, Barić’s work also calls into question issues surrounding artistic practices in the digital age including ideas about authenticity, simulation/replication and appropriation.