Davor Borić (Zagreb, 1966) works at the Radio-Television of Croatia as line producer of all TV formats and director of documentary and docu-fiction films. Since 2016 he is member of the Society of Croatian Film Directors. In the past ten years, his authorial focus is on anthropological and ethnological topics. His documentaries have been screened in over a hundred festivals of documentary and ethnographicfilm in Croatia and abroad: Margaret Mead Film Festival (USA), South East European Film Festival (USA), IFEF (Serbia), Espiello (Spain), Worldfilm (Еstonia), Festival du Cinéma Méditerranéen de Tétouan (Morocco), DocAnt (Аrgentina), Eurorama (Italy), FIFEQ (Canada), Days Of Ethnographic Cinema (Russia), Liburnija Film Festival (Croatia), DEF (Slovenia), KRATFEST (North Macedonia). Etnofilm Čadca (Slovakia). He has received multiple awards, notably the award for best documentary short at the South East European Film Festival (USA, 2014), best film at Fiorenzo Serra festival (Italy, 2018), as well as the best documentary short at IFEF Sofia (Bulgaria, 2017).






 Alesandra Tatić is a post-Yugoslav visual anthropologist and feminist advocate. Her ethnographic fieldwork is global, yet with a focus on the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Alesandra works with and for the women’s labor movement, exploring feminist power relations, and migration phenomena. As an activist, Alesandra develops grassroots communication strategies with this pan-national feminist community. She co-founded the Wild Pear Arts collective and coauthored several short documentaries. Their first feature Flotacija (2023) is currently in distribution. She is a PhD candidate at the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in France.







   Romina Zanon, as a photographer and visual artist, has made several exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Since 2019 she holds the position of Vice-Artistic Director at the River Film Festival in Padova. The same year, she directed the artistic programs of the 70th Montecatini International Short Film Festival. Since 2013, she has published numerous essays in the field of visual anthropology, photography and documentary cinema. Alongside Mirco Melanco, in 2020 she published the volume The neorealism of Marcella Pedone. Photographs and film of an identity journey through the landscapes of a lost Italy. She regularly gives masterclasses and seminars at universities and festivals in Italy and abroad. She is a PhD candidate in History, criticism and preservation of Cultural Heritage at the University of Padova with a research project about female photographers and directors active in Italy in the 50s in the field of socio-anthropologic documentation.