Dorothee Wenner is a freelance filmmaker, writer and curator specialized on cross-cultural issues. She has been a programmer with the International Forum/Berlinale since 1990, she also curates Indian films for the Dubai International Film Festival. Her latest films include DramaConsult (2012) which documents the journey of five Nigerian entrepreneurs to Germany,
Nicole Wolf lives in London and Berlin. She is a researcher and lecturer at the department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths and curates film events. Her work circles around international histories of political cinemas and she is particularly interested in the varied explorations of documentary practices taking place in South-Asia. Recent collaborative curatorial projects are: "Persistence Resistance. Documentary Practices in India" (London, 2011), "Moving Politics – Cinemas from India" (Berlin, 2010), "No Man’s Land" (London, Karachi, Cornell University, 2007-2012).
Klaus Wyborny began making films in the late 1960's, following several years of studying theoretical physics, and was part of the explosive generation of New German Cinema filmmakers that included Harun Farocki, Wim Wenders, Werner Herzog, Werner Schroeter, Alexander Kluge, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Over the past 40-plus years, Wyborny has created a rich, varied body of work that blurs the boundaries between experimental, documentary, and essay filmmaking.