Cornelia Klauß (born 1962, Dresden) was for many years the Program Director at the Filmkunsthaus Babylon, and is a member of the selection committee for the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and for the Dok Leipzig Film Festival. She is an author of radio features, a script advisor for (primarily) documentary films, an editor of political travel books and a director. She also writes journalistic articles for zitty, taz, SFB and RIAS.
Alice Lyons (*Paterson/New Jersey) is a poet and filmmaker. Her poems have appeared in a number of publications (»Poetry«, »Tygodnik Powszechny«) and as poetry films in cinema and gallery screenings worldwide. Lyons often collaborates with artists and filmmakers on interdisciplinary and public art projects that explore poetry and its publication in new contexts and media. Her poetry film »The Polish Language« (2009) has received numerous film festival awards and citations and is included in The Best of ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival. She lives in Sligo (Ireland) and works as an independent lecturer and curator.
Michael Roes (*1960 Rhede), author and film maker worked as directorial and theatrical assistant (Schaubühne Berlin) and as a visiting professor in Budapest. He went on expeditions to Israel, China a.?o. and was awarded with the Bremer Literature Prize and the Alice Salomon Poetics Prize. Currently he works at the Research Center »Interweaving Performance Cultures« at the Freie Universität Berlin.