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Creative Director / Producer
After graduating from Columbia University Film School and studying music composition at the Juilliard School Eldad toured internationally, performed and produced music and directed award winning music based films projects. His short films and documentary work such as " Bad People and Other Friends" (2013) and "Naked Monks" (2015) won at the CUFP and Doc Aviv film festivals and his music videos and photography projects has been featured in Zealous magazine and at Wallach Art Gallery in New York. His first 360 project, "Musical Dialogues" was shown at the Cannes Film Festival-Marché du film, Jerusalem Film Festival and Cross Video Days among others. He is a 2016 recipient of the Nipkow Fellowship.
Idan Maor is an experienced Digital Product Manager with a rich background in user-centered technology projects. Idan graduated valedictorian from the Hebrew University with a degree in Computer Eng. and Applied Physics. During his studies, he served as the chairman of the student union and industry relations manager of the Exact Science campus where he created multiple collaborations with fortune 500 hi-tech companies such as Intel, HP and others. Previously, Idan served as a board member at the Jerusalem's Siftech Accelerator program, mentoring young startups at their early stage.
Anne Cottis is an avid music lover and an organisational all-rounder with strong experience at press relations, event management and production coordination for the film and art industries. She studied management and economics at Magdeburg University and art history at Humboldt University in Berlin. In recent years, she has been working in development for film companies such as NiKo Films, organizing funds and film festival submissions, and as a freelance production coordinator for several award-winning documentaries and advertising production companies such as Lichtblick Media, Trivago.
Lior is the founder and artistic producer of the Print Screen Festival for digital culture and arts. Currently, Lior is a visiting scholar in New York University whose research focuses on engagement and commitment of users in digital environments. As a researcher he has won grants and awards from the Fulbright foundation, Google, Caesarea Rothschild Foundation and Social Informatics SIG. Previously, Lior was a lecturer at Tel Aviv University as well as IDC and the Open University. In 2016, Lior was appointed as a research fellow at the Metropolitan Museum Media Lab. Lior is also an grant winning writer for the screen whose works have won awards and have been showcased over the world including this year's Tribeca Festival. He has written for publications such as Wired UK and MIT.