Mariam Agladze studied film in Tallinn, Estonia and collaborated with various production companies in Lithuania and Finland. While studying, she directed several short documentaries. Her first film was not only nominated as the best short film in Hong Kong Film Festival, but also won the main prize in Lithuania's second big festival - "Scanorama", New Baltic Cinema programme. Currently she lives in Tbilisi, Georgia working on her new project.
Director Klaudija Matvejevaitė was born in Vilnius, 1995. 2002-2014 went to the National M K Čiurlionis School of Arts (Fine Arts department, Graphic Arts class). Since 2014 is a student of the Film Directing course in the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. Currently working as director and casting director in film and TV.
Režisierė Dovilė Šarutytė (gimusi 1986 m.) 2009 m. baigė TV ir kino režisūros studijas Lietuvos muzikos ir teatro akademijoje. Dirbo televizijoje, edukaciniuose kino sklaidos projektuose. Pastaruosius kelerius metus režisuoja reklaminius klipus.
Director Lauri Randla born in 1981, Tartu, Estonia. 2015 he got a Master’s Degree in film directing. His short film The Zone 2011 won Silver Tadpole at Camerimage Film Festival in Poland and first prize at Reikareuna film festival in Finland. His last film Mausoleum got the award of excellence in Best Shorts US, audience award in ShortCuts Bucharest and is nominated for the Next Nordic Generation Award Haugesund.
Režisierė Austėja Urbaitė gimė 1991 m. Vilniuje. 2014 m. Lietuvos muzikos ir teatro akademijoje baigė vaizdo režisūros studijas. Režisierė sukūrė keturis trumpametražius filmus, o 2013-ųjų "Etiudas" buvo pristatytas "Naujojo baltijos kino" konkursinėje programoje
Director Marija Stonytė was born in 1991 in Vilnius, Lithuania. In 2010 she graduated from the Vilnius Jesuit Gymnasium. Marija’s directing work started when her script was accepted to the educational cinema seminar "Kino atostogos". Since then she studied and graduated from Skalvija’s film academy, got a Bachelor’s degree in film directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. She has already directed several short films and documentaries. "Too Young to Drive" was her final work as a Bachelor’s degree student.
Eva Anu-Laura Tuttelberg (born in 1984) graduated with a Master’s degree in animation from the Estonian Academy of Arts in 2013. She made her first animation puppet film "Fly Mill" as her graduation film. "Fly Mill" has screened in numerous festivals around the world, including Scanorama. Her first film after graduation, a short animated film "On the Other Side of the Woods" premiered in 2014. She has made set designs for short stop motion animations such as "The Lemonade Tale" (2013) and "It’s About Time" (2014).