Student Jury

Ivana Todorović is an ethnologist and anthropologist, as well as a Serbian film director who seeks to foster social change with her films. Her works have been presented at numerous festivals in America and Europe, such as the Berlinale Shorts, Traverse City Festival, Rotterdam, Palm Springs Shorts, Rooftop, etc. and have been used in media campaigns and for educational purposes.

Marina Simić, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade. She earned her master’s and PhD degrees from the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester. She was awarded a number of scholarships, such as the Radcliffe-Brown Award for the best PhD students of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain. Her scholarly interests are focused on cultural studies and social anthropology.

Lazar Veljković is a senior student at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. He is currently the head of a club of ethnology and anthropology students. Among other activities, during three years, the club organized three workshops on visual anthropology, resulting in fifteen students’ anthropological films, which have been selected for many festivals. Along with completing his studies, Veljković is currently involved in field research conducted by the Institute for Balkan Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.