Jury for the IDFA Competition for Student Documentary 2020

    Ana David

    Ana David is a film programmer based in Berlin and working between Germany, Portugal and the UK. She is a member of the shorts selection committee and industry manager at IndieLisboa, a member of the advisory board of the Berlinale Panorama, and associate programmer at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.

    In the past David has held positions at Portugal Film, Lisbon Docs and Festival Scope. Between 2010 and 2015 she was co-director and programmer at international film festival Queer Lisboa. In 2018 she was part of the program team of the BFI London Film Festival, with a special focus on documentary.

    Claudio Hughes

    Claudio Hughes is a film editor based in France. After living in Uruguay and Brazil, he moved to Europe where he has been living and working for 25 years, editing from France, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Slovakia, England and the Netherlands. His work has been selected for prestigious festival including Cannes, Locarno, Sundance, Toronto, Berlin and IDFA—where two of them, A Family Affair (2015) and Stranded (2008), were showcased as opening films. Stranded also won the Joris Ivens prize for Best Documentary.

    Hughes has been a tutor at IDFA summer school, Cairo International Film Festival, dok.incubator, Docs Port Incheon and EIDF in Korea, Docs by the Sea in Indonesia and Berlin Talent Campus. Aside from editing, Hughes also works as a consultant and is a member of Rough Cut Service.

    Ena Sendijarević

    Ena Sendijarević is a film director living in the Netherlands. Her debut feature Take Me Somewhere Nice (2019) premiered in Rotterdam’s IFFR Hivos Tiger competition, where it won the Special Jury Award. The film travelled to many other festivals around the globe, picking up several awards, including the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Feature Film at the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival. She wrote and directed a number of awarded short films, including Travelers in the Night (2013) and Fernweh (2014). Her latest short, Import (2016), premiered at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs 2016 in Cannes and was the Dutch entry for Live Action Short Film at the Academy Awards 2017.

    Sendijarević was born in Odžak, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She studied Film Theory at the University of Amsterdam and the Freie Universität Berlin before graduating as a writer/director from the Netherlands Film Academy in 2014.

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