Teréz Vincze is a Hungarian film critic and professor of film studies. She has been editor of the Hungarian quarterly journal of film theory and film history, Metropolis, since 1999. She has taught film studies at the Department of Film Studies of ELTE University since 2002, and received her PhD degree at the same university in film studies in 2009. Her film-related studies have been published in English, German, Italian, Czech, Slovak and Korean, in edited books and film journals. Her first book (Author in the Mirror: Auteurism and Self- Reflexivity in Cinema) was published in 2013, in Hungarian. She has served as a juror on numerous international film festival juries in Europe and Asia, and has been a member of the Hungarian section of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) since 2000.
International Student/Debut Competition Jury
Giedre Žickyte is a Lithuanian film director and producer. She graduated with a MA in visual arts from Vilnius Art Academy in 2007. Her first documentary, Baras (2009), won the best TV film award at the Lithuanian National Film Awards. Her first feature documentary, How We Played the Revolution (2011), was selected to many international film festivals, and received first prize as the best Baltic States’ film at the Vilnius International Documentary Film Festival in 2012. Master and Tatyana (2014) won four national cinema awards, including the award for best directing.
Nenad Puhovski graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and Academy of Dramatic Arts (ADU). He began working there as a teacher in the Film and TV Directing Department in 1980. He presently is a Professor of Documentary Directing at ADU, and the founder of the TV Program Department and graduate studies of documentary film. In 1997 he founded the independent documentary production, Factum. He is the director of the ZagrebDox International Documentary Film Festival, a winner of the Albert Kapović Award for outstanding contribution to the art of film in Croatia, and a member of the European Film Academy.