Young Jury


Marko Grba Singh

Marko Grba Singh was born in 1988 in Belgrade, Serbia. He is enrolled in PhD studies in Film & TV directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, exploring docu-fiction. He made several music videos for Serbian rock and pop bands. His two short documentaries Pale (2013) and At Least We’ve Met (2012) had their world premieres at Visions du Réel. His mid-length film Abdul & Hamza, about the fate of migrants in Europe, won the Special Mention in the First film competition at FID Marseille 2015. His short docu-fiction film Stars of Gaomeigu won the Most Innovative Short Film Award at Visions du Réel in 2017. His short film If I Had It My Way I Would Never Leave was screened at the Cannes Film Festival 2017 in the ACID selection. He was a member of the student jury at the San Sebastián Film Festival in 2016.


Zorko Sirotić

Zorko Sirotić was born in Zagreb in 1985. He is a member of the Zagreb Cinema Club and has been its production coordinator since 2014. In 2018 he graduated in film and TV directing at the Department of Documentary Film of the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He has made documentary, fiction and experimental films and gained television experience working on commercial televisions. His short documentary Uniform My Love (2017) was screened at the 2018 ZagrebDox. He runs and mentors in numerous film workshops focused on alternative film and experimental-documentary forms.


Christian Sønderby Jepsen

Christian Sønderby Jepsen was born in 1977 in Tarm, Denmark. He graduated from The National Film School of Denmark in 2007, and has since established an acclaimed and internationally recognized name for himself. Christian is also known for the cinema hit The Will from 2012, which was the year’s most seen Danish documentary in cinemas nationwide. The Will received the prestigious Bodil Award for the year’s Best Documentary in 2012 and Little Stamp for Best Young Director at 2012 ZagrebDox. His latest film Natural Disorder premiered in the main competition at the 2015 edition of IDFA and won eight international prices for best feature documentary.