Festival Jury

Festival Jury, 5th Berlin Revolution Film Festival

Marko Grba

Marko Grba Singh was born in 1988. in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He is currently on PhD studies in Film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic arts in Belgrade. He made several music videos for Serbian rock and pop bands. His short documentaries "At Least We've Met" and "Pale" had its world premiere at 2012 and 2013 Visions du reel festival in Nyon, Switzerland.

His first mid-length film "Abdul & Hamza“, was in competition in 2015 edition of FID Marseille, winning 'Special mention of the jury' in first film competition. At the beggining of April 2016. as a part of the Looking China project, he made a short docu-ficiton film called "Stars of Gaomeigu" in Yunnan, China. The film won Most innovative short film award at Visions du Reel in 2017. His short film ’’If i Had It My Way I Would Never Leave’’ was screened on 2017 Cannes film festival in ACID section. He was a student jury member at the 2016 San Sebastian film festival. He is currently artistic director of BELDOCS film festival.

Cesare Bedogné

Cesare Bedogné is an Italian photographer, film-maker and writer.

Starting from the late ‘90’s his photographs have been exhibited, solo and in group shows, in several art galleries and museums worldwide. His first, autobiographical novel was at the basis of the film “Story for an empy theatre”, where still photography also plays an important role, co-directed with the Russian film-maker Aleksandr Balagura. He then worked on two other experimental films on his own, Maria’s Silence and The Last Step of an Acrobat, all winners of numerous awards internationally.

Cesare Bedogné currently lives and works in Genoa, where together with Aleksandr Balagura is the founder of FLIGHT/Mostra Internazionale del Cinema di Genova, a festival devoted to cinema as an art form with a special focus on innovative languages.

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Bianca Kennedy

Bianca Kennedy (b. 1989, Leipzig, Germany) uses video, virtual reality and installation to address human and animalistic desires. Her artwork has been exhibited and screened internationally, including presentations at the CCBB Rio de Janeiro, Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, the Museum of Fine Arts in Leipzig, Krinzinger Projekte Vienna, the LOOP Festival Barcelona and Sundance Film Festival, among others. She lives and works in Berlin.

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