Home > Film Festival > extra muros Jury Pravo Ljudski Film Festival team: who’s who? Previous Editions About PLJFF extra muros Jury The extra muros jury is composed of five members, and decides upon the #pravoljudski12 extra muros award for best new author. The extra muros competition program of the Pravo Ljudski Film Festival promotes new authors and innovative and creative non-fictional audiovisual artworks, exploring new trends and new forms in creative documentary and experimental film-making. Christine HürzelerChristine Hürzeler is a filmmaker based in Zurich. She studied social anthropology and sociology, and collaborated on a range of research projects in Melbourne and Berlin. She switched from science to cinema in 2001, and has since then collaborated on a variety of cinema documentaries in research capacities, as Production Manager and Assistant Director. Her shorts have screened at international festivals such as Visions du Réel, DOK Leipzig or Molodist. Christophe PosticChristophe Postic is an artistic co-director of the “États généraux du film documentaire“, International Documentary Film Festival of Lussas (France) since 2002. He is also a trainer for documentary script writing workshop in Kazakhstan and Siberia for 10 years, occasional speaker at La Femis French Cinema Scool for documentary program and a member of the editorial team of Tënk, the new french documentary SVOD website. Also, he is occasional documentary producer. Michał MądrackiMichał Mądracki, together with Maciej Mądracki and Gilles Lepore is creating experimental films and video installations under the moniker of MML collective since 2008. In their films, MML focuses on ideology or fantasy which have shaped and influenced the destiny of a specific community. Their practice allows to grow an ongoing videographic language which expands in different forms and contexts. Their works have been shown in contemporary art spaces and institutions as well as in major Film Festivals such as MoMA Docfortnight u New Yorku, IDFA u Amsterdamu ili FID u Marseilleu. Ramiro LedoRamiro Ledo is the president of the cooperative NUMAX (Filmtheater, Bookshop, Video&Graphic Lab, Distributor), and is in charge of Cinema NUMAX and NUMAX Distribución. NUMAX Distribución released in Spanish theatres “Horse Money” (Pedro Costa), “Mimosas” (Oliver Laxe), “La idea de un lago” (Milagros Mumenthaler), “A Women's Revenge” (Rita Azevedo Gomes) or “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” (Nobuhiro Suwa), among others. Sepideh FarsiSepideh Farsi was born in Tehran and then moved to Paris to study mathematics, but soon drifted towards cinema. After some short films, her documentary “Homi Sethna, Filmmaker” won several awards, followed by “Harat” and “Tehran Without Permission”, that both premiered in Locarno. Her first two features “Dreams of Dust” and “The Gaze” premiered in Rotterdam film festival. She then directed “The House Under The Water”, followed by “Red Rose”, premiere in Toronto film festival 2014, followed by “Despo, Labros, Spyridoula & Papandreou”. Her last documentary “7 veils” won the Grand Prix of the French Competition in FID Marseille festival (2017).