08/08/2009 Mediterranean film festival
In the jury: Mustać, Lonić and Zulian
In the jury of the 10th Mediterranean Film Festival are Croatian director Zdravko Mustać, Bosnia-Herzegovina’s producer and director Edin Lonić and Spanish director Claudio Zulian. The jury will give two prizes – The Grand Prix of MFF, and the special jury award.

Zdravko Mustać was born in Zadar in 1961. As the member of the fourth generation of the Split School of Alternative Film in the eighties he realized about twenty short alternative films. In the 90s turned to the Film as a professional. Directed over twenty Documentaries, Video works and short feature films. His works were presented with success both in the homeland and abroad (New York, Moscow, Washington, Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Ljubljana). Won three Octavian Awards at the days of Croatian Film. At this year’s Film Festival in Pula, in the Selection of National Program, he had a debut with his first long-feature film Blizine (Closeness). Mustać was the selector at the 5th Mediterranean Film Festival 2004.

Edin Lonić was born in Bihać in 1961, and accomplished the Primary and Secondary Schools there. He graduated at College of Drama Arts in Belgrade, Organization Department. From 1984 he has been working at TV Sarajevo, the present Federal TV, being the Chief Producer at the moment. Since 2006 he has been working as a Docent Lecturer at at the Academy of Drama Arts in Tuzla in the Department of Artistic – Educational Branch of Film and TV Production. As a Producer participated in large projects of Sport, Entertainment, Informative, Drama and Educational Program. As Manager or Manager Assistant participated in the production of Feature Films Stanica običnih vozova (The Regular Trains Station), Tunel (Tunnel), Dobro uštimani mrtvaci (The Well Tempered Corpses) Dolina snajpera (The Valley of Snipers).

Claudio Zulian was born in Campodarsego, Italy, and lives in Barcelona. He studied Music at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu in Barcelona, and gained the Doctorate degree with the work on Aesthetics, Science and Technology in Art, at the University of Paris-Saint-Denis. He is the author of several Documentary Films, to mention only few, Just Like Paradise, The Shinfting City, The Future, Scenes of Raval, Dan Graham. Also made some feature films, to mention  Beatriz / Barcelona and Strange Looks. He is also the author of about thirty video-installations and exhibitions in  Spain and France. Participated at over 30 Festivals and won numerous Awards and Recognitions. The Winner of the Second Award and the Crystal Projector at the 8th Mediterranean Film Festival in 2007.