32nd Edition

Jury - International Competition

   
Catalina Sandina Moreno
Born in Bogotá, Colombia, she was granted a Berlin Festival Silver Bear Award and an Oscar Award nomination for Maria Full of Grace (2004). She is also known for her performance in Custodia (Custody), along with Viola Davis. She currently has a leading role in The Affair, a series featuring Dominic West, Maura Tierney and Joshua Jackson. Additionally, she has worked with Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac, Michael Cera, Javier Bardem, Benicio del Toro and Aaron Eckhart, among others.
     
    Amedeo Pagani
He was born in Addis Abeba, and started his career by writing scripts and dialogues for films like The Night Porter (Liliana Cavani) and The Master and Margaret (Aleksandar Petrovic). Since 1988, he has produced and / or distributed about 50 films through his company Bim, winning dozens of awards at festivals all over the world. He has been a member of prestigious cultural and cinematographic committees and juries, and is a founding member of the European Film Academy. He has been personally awarded many prestigious awards, including the David di Donatello for Best Producer, for Marco Bechis' Garage Olimpo in 2000.
     
    Érica Rivas
Born in Ramos Mejia in 1974, she is an Argentine screen, television and theater actress, and has won numerous awards including the Platino del Cine Iberoamericano, Martín Fierro, Premios Cóndor and Premios Sur. She has acted in many plays including Tennessee Williams’ Streetcar Named Desire (2011) directed by Daniel Veronese and Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage (2015-17) directed by Norma Aleandro. Her filmography includes Por tu culpa (2010) by Anahí Berneri, Damián Szifron’s Relatos salvajes (2014), and La cordillera (2017) by Santiago Mitre, among others.
     
    Boyd van Hoeij
He is a freelance film writer based in Paris and Luxembourg. He reviewed films for U.S. trade paper Variety for five years before moving to The Hollywood Reporter in 2013, where he covers festivals including Berlin, Cannes, Venice and Toronto. He’s also the film editor of Winq magazine and contributes to De Filmkrant, Indiewire and The Atlantic. He also conducts shot-by-shot analysis of film classics and film-criticism workshops around the globe.
     
    Edouard Waintrop
A cinephile for as long as he can remember, he has been a film critic in the Parisian newspaper Libération for 26 years. He also served as director of the International Film Festival of Fribourg, in Switzerland, from 2007 to 2011. He is currently the artistic director of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. He wrote the book Les Anarchistes Espagnols: 1868-1981 (2012) and co-wrote Le Talmud et la République (1991).

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