Jury of SEE Programme 2024


Jury of SEE Programme

Marija Dimitrova is a film producer from Skopje, Macedonia. She founded List Production in 2016, a company specializing in working with up-and-coming authors and producing feature and short films.
Her film “Housekeeping for Beginners” (2023), directed by Goran Stolevski, which is distributed by Focus Features, premiered at the Venice Film Festival – Orizzonti and won the Queer Lion Award. She also co-produced “KYUKA – Before Summer’s End” (2024) by Kostis Charamountanis, which premiered at ACID Cannes.
Currently, she is working on several upcoming short films, documentaries and co-productions. She is also the lead producer for Igor Ivanov’s newest film, “PARNO”.
Marija is actively involved in the international film community as a member of the European Film Academy and serves on the board of the Macedonian Film Professionals Association. She is an alumna of Talents Sarajevo (2015), Maia Workshops (2016), EAVE (2022) and ACE Producers (2023/2024) and was Producer on the Move for 2022.

For director Andreas Johnsen, filmmaking is about giving in to his driving force: curiosity. As such, filmmaking has become his way of investigating, experiencing and knowing the World. So, when Andreas wants to learn about China, its political system and censorship policy he makes a film with the internationally acclaimed artist Ai Weiwei. And when he wants to understand the world of gastronomy and food systems, nothing is more natural than to start filming a team from Nordic Food Lab researching edible insects across the globe. This dedication and empathy are clearly expressed in the resulting films that act on multiple levels. They contain more than just the stories at their surface. They’re full of the ambitions, hopes and dreams that drive the characters portrayed. So, while his films leave the audience entertained, they also provide food for thought, because Andreas has the ability to explain the intricate and complex, while composing a beautiful story.
Andreas Johnsen has made a number of documentaries as director, producer and cinematographer. His films have been shown on festivals all around the world and have been broadcasted in countless countries. He is renowned for such films as “Kidd Life”, “A Kind of Paradise”, “Murder” and Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case”, which in 2013 was nominated at IDFA’s “Feature Length Competition”, in Berlin 2014 at Cinema for Peace Awards and won the Danish Film Critics Award in 2014.


Jury of SEE Programme


Jury of SEE Programme

Bojana Andric is a Serbian cinematographer born in 1983 in Valjevo. She studied Film and TV Camera at the Academy of Arts in Belgrade. Her debut feature was “Little Buddho” (2014), followed by “The Samurai in Autumn” (2016), “Love Cuts” (2019) and “Trail of The Beast“ (2022), “Sweet Sorrow” (2023) and “Follow Me” (postproduction ). Bojana worked on the TV shows “Andrija and Andjelka”, “Mother’s sons”, “The Wrong Man”, “My Father’s Murderers”, “Professor Miškovic’s Notebook” and “In the Clinch”. She worked on the documentaries “ER”, “Survivor”, “Better Together”. Her recent documentary feature “Dreamers”, about the first Yugoslavian female rock band in the 1960s, premiered in 2024.
Experienced with all film, video and TV formats, with the ability and skills to adapt to different projects and director’s styles she has worked with. Shoots digital, but also loves the analog film process. Attended multiple film festivals, as well as many masterclasses.
Lives in Belgrade, although remains active in the art scene in her hometown. Co-founder of Valjevski Filmski Susreti, local film festival, board member of the Valjevo Cultural Network VAKUM (head 2013-2020) that won Cultural Award by the Valjevo City. Lecturer of Digital photography and Camera at ITAcademy in Belgrade. Mentor to many young camera interns and future professionals.