Aneta Ozorek is Artistic Director of KLIK Holland Ani- mation Festival, film curator and education expert. She has 15 years’ industry experience in the produc- tion of film events, educational workshops, exhibitions and festivals on Polish and European market. She is program advisor of Cinema in Sneakers Film Festival in Warsaw and Head of Short Section at CEE Anima- tion Pitching Forum. Polish Ambassador of European Animation Award and Member of European Children’s Film Association. Illustrator of seven books for children. Has been jury member at Berlinale (Germany), Oden- se Film Festival (Denmark), Primanima (Hungary) and many others.
Jean Tourette was born in Auvergne (center of France) in the last century, like Rael, Georges Pompidou and Audrey Tautou. So naturally he moved to studies in Philosophy and Political Science in Lyon, after drop- ping the Theater. There he met his fellow students, on the benches of the Café de l’Université, and in 2004 they founded the Kiblind editions together. Kiblind is a quarterly magazine dedicated to visual arts and con- temporary cultures, which every 3 months explores a new theme: each theme is an opportunity to promote great new talented illustrators, to create original gra- phic works and, at least, stimulate the intellectual effer- vescence of its writing crew. Kiblind is also a Print shop of artistic posters, handmade in risography.
Priit Tender (Tallinn, 1971), is considered by many to be the natural heir to the master Priit Pärn. Worked as co-artist in the movie 1895 (1995) of Pärn and Janno Polna, at Eesti Joonisfilm. He started as director the following year with Gravitation and ever since he is the director, designer and writer of many animated short films. His author films are driven by surreal imagery, black humor and dark existential journeys. Priit’s fil- ms have won prizes and nominations from the most important short and animation film festivals, including Annecy, Ottawa, Hiroshima.