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Ronald Balczuweit

Ronald Balczuweit, born in 1964, lives in Berlin.
Studied theater, film and television studies, Portuguese philology, and Latin American studies at the Free University in Berlin. Researcher in the program of Portuguese cultural studies at the University of Trier and at the dramaturgy program at the Film and Television University (HFF) Konrad Wolf.

Since 2004 lecturer in the art and media program at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. Publications on film theory, experimental film, and Portuguese and Brazilian cinema.

Madeleine Bernstorff

Madeleine Bernstorff, Film curator, film researcher, author, Super-8 filmmaker and lecturer, was born in Munich in 1956 and lives and works in Berlin. She has taken part in numerous exhibitions and curatorial projects as well as bringing out a large number of publications both as an editor and author.

Christa Blümlinger

Christa Blümlinger is professor of film studies at the Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis. Previously she was a university assistant (1999-2002) and visiting professor (2008/09) at the Seminar for Film Studies at the Free University Berlin. Member of the advisory board to Forum Expanded. Has served as a curator and jury member on various occasions, including the Documentary Film Festival Duisburger Film Week, Berlin's Arsenal Cinema, and the Austrian film festival Diagonale. Numerous publications, particularly on film theory, documentary and avant-garde film, as well as media art.

Arianna Borrelli

Arianna Borrelli works within an interdisciplinary research cluster on the "Epistemology of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)" funded by the German Research Foundation at the University of Wuppertal. The LHC - the world's largest particle accelerator - started operating in the spring of 2010 at CERN (Geneva) and recently announced the discovery of the Higgs boson. The interdisciplinary project follows how the dialogue between theory and experiment about and around present and future LHC- results unfolds.