11/08/2015 Mediterranean film festival
The jury of the 16th MFF in the category of feature length documentary film
Members of the jury for feature length documentary film at 16th MFF are Nenad Dizdarević, film director, screenwriter, producer and film professor from Sarajevo, Silvia Luzi, independent journalist, director and producer and the winner of the last year’s MFF Grand Prix for the film “Onthe Art of War” and Boris T. Matić, producer and the first director of Motovun Film Festival and founder and director of Zagreb Film Festival.

This jury pronounces the best author in the category of feature length documentary film.

Nenad Dizdarević is a film director, screenwriter, producer and film professor from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is the founder of the Sarajevo Academy of Arts, founder of Sarajevo Film Academy, dean and professor of directing. For his most notable film, ”Magareće godine” (1994), Dizdarević received a Golden Palm at the Valencia Festival of Mediterranean Cinema. Some of his famous feature films are “Gazija”, “That too will pass”, “Ordinary trains’ station”...  Dizdarević also has a rich career in documentary film and he directed and was the author of numerous TV serials.

Silvia Luzi is an independent journalist and director specialised in current affairs and social issues. She is CEO of Tfilm Production Company, which produces documentaries and investigations for international TV channels and for the theatrical distribution. Silvia Luzi's titles are shown worldwide, winning several awards. Her latest documentary 'Dell'Arte Della Guerra' (On The Art Of War) was selected and awarded by the main international film festivals, it was nominated as Best European Documentary by the Federation Of Film Critics of Europe and the Mediterranean, Fedeora; and by the European EU-OSHA. It also received a Golden Globes nomination and many prizes. Among other works the title 'The Threat' was selected in over 50 international festivals winning several awards including the New York Filmmakers Prize and the International Reportage Award. “The Threat” has had a theatrical and TV distribution in six countries.

Boris T. Matić graduated from the college of journalism in Zagreb. He used to be occupied with arts and marketing, but in the last twenty years he’s been exclusively occupied with film. He has produced and co-produced great number of films, which took part at the most important world festivals and won almost 200 awards. He is the founder and the first director of Motovun Film Festival and founder and director of Zagreb Film Festival, and manager of Cinema theatre Europa, the most important art cinema in Croatia. He is the winner of two Golden Arenas for the best films at Pula Film Festival. He also received special acknowledgement from the Municipality of Motovun and from the City of Zagreb. He is a member of European Film Academy and two professional associations in Croatia.


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