Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Frida Elmström started her film making career as a documentary cameraman but soon developed a passion for lighting. As a 19 years old she was hired at swedish director Roy Andersson's film studio, where she spent a couple of years creating light for feature " A Pigeon Sat on a Branch", first prize winner at Venice Film Festival 2014.
Amalia Mititelu is known as an Art Director and Set Design Assistant in Stockholm/Bucharest with knowledge in Sketch-up, Photoshop, Illustrator and painting, set/props building and miniature-making as well. She has been part of the production team of Roy Andersson's About Endlessness as a set design assistant and Painter. Also, she has been working on projects like the movie The Sister’s Brothers or the TV Series Killing Eve.
Oana Ghera is a graduate of the Film Faculty of UNATC Bucharest, Audiovisual Communication section. As a film critic, she writes chronicles and synthesis articles for Film Menu and contributes articles for online publications such as Liternet.ro or Acoperișul de Sticlă. In 2014, she participated in the film criticism workshop at Talents Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2014). Member of the International Students Meeting jury at the San Sebastian Film Festival (Spain, 2014) and of the “Emile Cantillon” jury at the Francophone International Film Festival in Namur (Belgium, 2014). Member of the Venice Days Awards jury (Italy, 2015). Since 2014, she coordinates the film education program for high school students Education à l'image and was a selector of the NexT International Film Festival.
Andra Tarara is a documentary film director, camera operator, editor, video artist, photographer and archivist. She is a UNATC graduate in Film and Television (2016) and a master’s degree graduate in Visual Anthropology from SNSPA in Bucharest (2018). She is interested in a collaborative approach of the artistic process on subjects such as personal stories pertaining to wider social, political, and historical mechanisms. A DEATH IN MY FAMILY (premiered at Transilvania International Film Festival – Romanian Days, 2018) is Andra’s first first film as a director, a short documentary filmed on 35mm + digital, which she also shot and edited. Andra is currently working as an archivist at the Romanian Peasant Museum – The Museum’s Visual Archive – and as an independent photographer and videographer. In 2020, she completed her first documentary feature, US AGAINST US (Ji.hlava IDFF) made in collaboration with her father.