Born in 1977 in Leskovac (southern Serbia). Lived on a few continents, settled back in Belgrade, worked for 5 years for top-level international media, understood a few things and dedicated the rest of his life to creative parenting, creative football and creative documentaries.

Elwira Niewiera is director, writer and researcher. Her last feature documentary „Domino Effect“ (directed with Piotr Rosołowski) was shown worldwide at more than 30 festivals and won many awards among them the Golden Dove for the best film in the German Competition at DOK Leipzig and the Golden Horn for the Best Film of the International Competition at 54 Krakow IFF.

The director of “Looking for Jesus” („Szukając Jezusa”). Born in Warsaw in 1963. Sculptor, photographer, performer, film director, creator of video installations and artistic initiatives. Graduated from the Faculty of Sculpture of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In 1998 Kozyra started postgraduate studies at the New Media atelier led by professor Helmut Mark at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig.

Klaudiusz graduated from the University of the Arts London with a BA in Film and Video. After UAL he started Film Directing in Łódź Film School where he directed both fiction and documentary films. He assisted in feature films such as “Lasting” dir. J. Borcuch and a BBC series “The Passing Bells” dir. B.Maher.

Piotr Rosołowski is director and cinematographer. Graduated from the Katowice Film School, awarded with a scholarship of the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne. Co-author of “Rabbit à la Berlin” – Academy Award nominated documentary film and co-director of documentary film “Domino Effect”.