Sandrine Loncke


    Sandrine Loncke is a French ethnomusicologist and filmmaker. She is an associate professor in the Department of Music at University of Paris 8 – Saint-Denis, and member of the Centre for Research in Ethnomusicology (CREM-LESC, CNRS). She favors working in immersion within small voiceless societies to explore with her camera the question of cultural difference and the way we look at the Others. She is the author of several books on West African Fulani societies (Burkina Faso and Niger), and of the award-winning feature documentaries Dance with the Wodaabes (Jean Rouch International Film Festival Grand Prize, Researcher Film Festival Award - France 2010) and What if Babel was just a Myth? (International Festival of Ethnological Film Grand Prize - Serbia 2020, Pärnu Film Festival Best Scientific Doc Award, Estonia 2020).



Meghanne Barker


     Meghanne Barker is an anthropologist with research experience in East Europe and Central Asia. She finished her PhD studies at the University of Michigan. After that, she had worked at the University of Chicago and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is currently working on the Department for Education, Practice, and Society at the Institute of Education which is part of the University College London (UCL). She studies children’s and theater culture in Kazakhstan, film clubs in former Yugoslavia (especially in Croatia and Serbia) and similar topics. For her research projects, she recеived grants from the Fulbright scholarship, the National Science Foundation as well as American Councils for Learned Societies. She published her research in scholarly journals such as Anthropological QuarterlyJournal of Linguistic Anthropology, and Russian Review.




Ivan Milosavljević


     Ivan Milosavljević is a film editor, director, and producer. He graduated film editing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He has worked on several feature and documentary films as a VFX artist, editing assistant and editor. He has been aproducer of feature-length documentaries since 2014, when he founded the Black Rooster Studio production house. He produced feature length documentaries Noise Addict and The Home Desert, as well as short documentaries Outside the Oranges are Blooming and Blue FrontierBlue Frontier, his directorial debut, has had its world premiere at the Busan International Short Film Festival. The film was screened at over 60 festivals and has won over ten awards among which is the Award for Best National Film at the 30th International Festival of Ethnological Film in Belgrade. Ivan Milosavljević is a member of the Documentary Filmmakers of Serbia – DOKSRBIJA.