Boris Mitic, Turin train
Born 1977 in Leskovac, southern Serbia and lived on a few continents, graduated in mass communication, settled back in Belgrade, fought a war, worked for 5 years for top-level international media, understood some things and dedicated the rest of his life to his family, football and creative documentaries.
His three films were shown at 150+ festivals around the world, received 18 awards and were broadcasted on 25 international TV channels. Lectures at film schools in Europe, China, the US and the Middle East. And has started a new 5-year doc project about Nothing.
PRETTY DYANA (2003)
UNMIK TITANIK (2004)
GOODBYE, HOW ARE YOU? (2009)
All three written, filmed, edited, directed and produced by Boris Mitić.
Watch the greeting video here.
Atanas Georgiev, San Sebastian train
Born in 1977 in Skopje, Macedonia, in what was at that time Yugoslavia. He graduated in 2000 from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Skopje, Film & TV Editing Department. During his career he has edited numerous feature films, documentaries, shorts and music videos. Now he works as a Director and Editor, running his own production company “Trice films” based both in Skopje and Prague, Czech Republic. The film Cash & Marry, which cost him many years of hard work and pulmonary embolism, has won many international awards and recognitions.
Watch his greeting video here.
Antoine Cattin, Tallinn train
Born in 1975 in Switzerland. Studied at the University of Lausanne (History, Cinema and Russian). Worked as a redactor and editor of the journal ³Hors-Champ². In 2002 moved to Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Worked as director assistant. Since 2003 works independently with Pavel Kostomarov as director, cinematographer, editor of their own creative documentaries. Their films have been rewarded at numerous festivals around the world, sometimes enjoying the double nationality of best Russian and Swiss documentaries… Founded the production company KINOKO. It has been created to develop and promote the audio-visual work of its members. Bearing the same name as the organisation created by Russian director Dziga Vertov in the twenties, ³the eye of cinema², it aims to carry its ideals and goals in the context of a new century, with its new technologies and new possibilities: a closer recording of ³life unawares². In 2005 took part in the Discovery Campus Masterschool. In 2008 taught Documentary film making at the ECAL film school in Lausanne. Jury member at several international film festivals. Has been living between Russia and Switzerland for the past 8 years.