Marion Wörle

Marion Wörle is a computer musician and graphic designer. She gained her diploma in architecture and is co-founder of the electro-acoustic ensemble „gamut inc“. Her artistic practice is continually informed by new approaches and current methods of articulation. She writes music for film, music-theater, radio-plays and is artistic director of international projects, e.g. festivals like WIR SIND DIE ROBOTER or AVANT AVANTGARDE. As founder and board member of the artist initiative “ZAM – platform for adventurous music”, she develops projects connecting different scenes and perspectives on contemporary music. Since 2009 she is co-manager of the music-label satelita. She lives and works in Berlin.

Lukas Valenta Rinner

Born in Salzburg, Austria (*1985), Lukas Valenta Rinner studies Film in Barcelona (ECIB) and Buenos Aires (Universidad del Cine). In 2010 his short film A Letter to Fukuyama screens at Bafici and Diagonale. His first feature film, Parabellum (2015), is screened in more than 30 International Film Festivals and received prizes at the Diagonale (Best 1rst Feature Film), Jeonjou IFF (Jury Prize) and Mar del Plata IFF (Best Film, Panorama Argentina). He is the founder of the independent production company Nabis Filmgroup, with branches in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Salzburg, Austria. He is a participant of the 2013 Berlinale Talent Campus. He won the Audience Award at the first edition of Visionär Film Festival.

Christos Acrivulis

Christos Acrivulis was born in Italy and has been living in Germany for more than 20 years. In Saarbrücken he founded the Italian cultural festival “Frammenti” and worked from 1998 to 2009 in the program planning department of the film festival Max Ophüls Preis Saarbrücken. Since 2006 he has been working as a freelancer in the areas of disposition and press relations for various film distributors, i.e. Ventura Film Berlin, Pro-Fun Media Frankfurt and Basis-Film Verleih Berlin. His external projects included/include Esmas Secret, Romeos, Le Fil, New York Memories and The Guys from Zoo Station. Since 2010 he curates parts of the program of the Torino International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Italy. In 2007 he founded the distribution company missingFILMs together with Andreas Severin.