Julia Fuhr Mann, born 1987 in Germany, is currently living in Munich. She’s a filmmaker, curator and queer-feminist activist. After studying philosophy, literature and sociology, since 2013 studies in film directing at UNIVERSITY OF TV AND FILM MUNICH.
As a member of PRO QUOTE FILM she stands up for gender equality in film business, she is a curator for the feminist film festival BIMOVIE and works for the video editorial of SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG.
Currently she is developing her graduation film – an utopian essay film revolving around the dissolution of gender stereotypes in competitive sports. For the near future, she plans to start a network with other queer-feminist filmmakers, which will bring about a change in the film industry.
Further work (selection): "The Show Show" (2016, Kino der Kunst), „Pro Quote Film“ – Social spot for Berlinale (2016), "A Mother’s Love" (2014, Edinburgh International Film Festival).
Mykyta Lyskov, born in 1983 in Dnipro, studied painting at the college of arts in 1997-2002. He graduated from Kyiv National I. K. Karpenko Kary University in 2012. He is an animation filmmaker based in Dnipro.