Wouter Jansen is the owner of the sales and festival distribution company Square Eyes. He worked as the head of programming at the Go Short IFF during the first 10 editions. In 2013, he started Some Shorts, which changed to Square Eyes in 2019, which specializes in having outstanding non-mainstream films find the audience and recognition they deserve. Square Eyes films won multiple awards over the last few years like main prizes at Cannes, TIFF, Berlin, Locarno and Clermont-Ferrand. He has been giving lectures at schools like Le Fresnoy, HEAD Geneva and Netherlands Film Academy. He is a Berlinale Talents alumni.

Carlo Migotto was born in Veneto in 1984, whether he likes it or not. He is the general director of Lago Film Fest (Italy) since 2009 and founder of Formentera Film Festival (Spain). He writes and directs videos, short films, animated videos, and documentaries (Silvio. Here I Am [2012], The Amazing Psychophysical Benefits of Cultural Exchange [2009]). He has worked as a community manager for Zooppa and as creative director for Pixartprinting. Now he is a lonely and lazy freelance.

Varja Močnik finished Film and TV directing studies in Ljubljana, Slovenia and is since living a life, dedicated to film. She has been working as a TV director for a decade, has directed several films, latest a documentary LP film Buldožer – Pljuni istini u oči (2017). She started to write about film and later cooperate with the Slovenian Cinematheque as a film curator. She has been working for the International Film Festival Isola Cinema since its beginnings in different roles and has been its film programme selector for the last few years. She believes in freedom of cinematic expression and adores film in all its forms and genres.