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Jean - Pierre Rehm (France)
Jean - Pierre Rehm (France)
Critic of art and cinema. Studied art and film at various schools and later served in the French Ministry of Culture. He has been a curator at several exhibitions of contemporary art in France, as well as overseas, such as Egypt and Japan. He regularly writes reviews of films and exhibitions and takes part in the creation of catalogues. He is currently working as a member of the magazine Cahiers de Cinema. For the last three years he has also been the director of the International Festival of Documentaries in Marseille (FID Marseille).
Gary Conklin (USA)
Gary Conklin (USA)
Born in 1932, in Fresno. He is of Armenian descent (Chankalian). Studied Film and History at the University of Southern California and Paris University. He is a well known documentarist. Author of ten documentaries.
Peter Wintonick (Canada)
Peter Wintonick (Canada)
Born in 1953. Graduated from Algonquin College's Film Production Centre, Ottawa. He worked as a university lecturer in Film Studies and Film Theory at Concordia University, Montreal and is a regular guest lecturer at universities around the world. He has been a producer, director, critic, and co-founder of one of the first global internet sites for independent film (The Virtual FF). He is most noted for co-producing and directing with Mark Achbar one of the most successful documentaries in Canadian history - Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media - which won 22 awards in more than 50 IFF. President of his production company, Necessary Illusions Canada. He regularly contributes to numerous international cinema magazines and is an advisor to a range of events and institutions, including Amsterdam's IDFA, Montreal New Cinema and New Media Festival, the Berlinale and the Buenos Aires IFF of Independent Film.
Flavia de la Fuente (Argentina)
Flavia de la Fuente (Argentina)
Born in 1959 in Buenos Aires. Graduated in Education, worked as a teacher, translator, computer programmer and desktop publisher among other jobs, before becoming a film critic. In 1991, she co-founded the monthly film magazine El Amante del Cine where she was an editor until 2004. From 2000 to 2004 she worked as programmer and programming manager of the Buenos Aires Independent IFF.
Ruben Gevorgyants (Armenia)
Ruben Gevorgyants (Armenia)
Born in 1945 in Yerevan. He graduated in 1969 from the Directing Department of the Yerevan Theatre Institute. Since graduation he has worked in the Yerevan Documentary Studio (now "Haik" Studio) and became the studio's director in 1989. He is a professor at the Yerevan Theatre and Cinema Institute. He is currently a member of the International Academy of Television and Radio, the President of the Armenian National Academy of Cinema and Theatre, and the President of the Union of Cinemamakers of Armenia. He is the author of about 60 documentaries and feature films.
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