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Stephen Locke (USA)
Stephen Locke (USA)
Born in New York, Stephen Locke has been living in Germany since the 1960s, currently in Berlin. After working for the MEDIA Programme and as a film and theatre critic, he was invited to found and edit the bilingual daily newspaper of the Berlin IFF and was on the selection committee for competition films for some 20 years. He still works for the Berlinale, currently as special consultant and film scout, primarily responsible for the Scandinavian countries. Besides film journalism, he does translation work in the areas of art, culture and history.
Elena Dulgheru (Romania)
Elena Dulgheru (Romania)
Film critic, poet, publisher, translator. Got a Ph.D. degree with Cinematography and Media (2008). Since 2010, she has been a cinema columnist at Ziarul Lumina newspaper. From 2001, Elena Dulgheru is a permanent cinema columnist in different Romanian reviews and newspapers. Books on cinema: Tarkovsky. Film as a Prayer. The Poetics of the Sacred in Andrei Tarkovsky's Cinema (2002), Speaking with Marina Tarkovskaia (2004), The Ladder of Heaven in Cinema. Kusturica, Tarkovsky, Parajanov (2011). Member of the jury at IFFs DaKino (2005), Bucharest IFF (2006), Karlovy Vary (2006), (Cottbus (2009). President of the Ecumenical Jury at Cottbus IFF in 2009. Accredited journalist at different IFFs (Zolotoy Vytiaz, Russia, FILM.DOK, The Black Sea FF, Moscow IFF, Astra Film, B-EST, BIFEST, Dakino). Has more than 15 published studies in collective volumes from Romania, Serbia, Russia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Italy, Brazil (like Iskusstvo Kino, kinokultura.com, Kinoruss). Member of The Romanian Filmmakers’ Union (from 2002).
Siranuysh Galstyan (Armenia)
Siranuysh Galstyan (Armenia)
Doctor of Arts, film critic and historian. In 1991, graduated from Yerevan State Engineering University (Department of Technical Cybernetics), in 1999 - Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema (School of Film Criticism and Theory). In 2008, she has completed thesis Metaphors, Symbols and Allegory in Armenian Cinema at the Institute of Arts (National Academy of Sciences of Armenia). Since 1995, Siranuysh Galstyan has been contributing critical articles to various newspapers and magazines of Armenia. She has also publications abroad. Beginning 1999, she is a lecturer of the Cinema History at Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema and Yerevan State University since 2002, member of the FIPRESCI (2000) and the Union of Cinematographers of Armenia (2007), member of Armenian National Film Academy (2011). She has also participated as a speaker at international conferences, has been a screenwriter for documentary films, and has hosted programs on cinema on Armenian TV. In 2002, the selection of her short stories Pages from Someone Else’s Diary was published. In 2011, her monograph A Look at Our Cinema: The History and Present Times was published in Yerevan. She also has composed and edited books about Armenian directors Roman Balayan and Dmitri Kesayants (2011).
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