Luko Piplica is a visual artist born in Dubrovnik in 1969. He graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts (MFA) in Zagreb. He lives and works in Močići and Dubrovnik. He has been exhibiting since 1993 (in Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Cavtat, Split, Marseille, Poreč, Momjan, Beograd, Mostar, Cetinje and Budapest).
Mario Kikaš is a cultural worker from Zagreb, an editor of magazine RAD. and a member of Organization for Workers’ Initiative and Democratization. From 2012-2014, Kikaš was a member of editorial board of biweekly magazine for culture Zarez. He regularly publishes articles in several Croatian and regional media (Kulturpunkt, Le Monde Diplomatique, Bilten, Vox Feminae) on wide range of issues: cultural policy, LGBTIQ and feminist activism, international relations, political relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Addition to his media works, Kikaš is a collaborator on various projects in arts and culture and a member of a team responsible for creating the artistic programme of Dubrovnik 2020 bid for European Capital of Culture.
Lukša Benić is a freelance director, assistent director and journalist. He is currently working toward an M.A. degree in Film and TV Directing and an M.A. degree in Comparative Literature and
Sociology at the University of Zagreb. Author or co-author of several student short films screened in Croatian festivals and abroad, occasional curator of film programs for Student Centre in Zagreb, co-founder of the International Short Film Festival in Veliki Tabor. For Croatian Radiotelevision he directed the documentary series “Dubrovnik Originals”, mockumentary series “The Stories Movies Tell” and several short documentaries. Member of the Film Artists’ Association of Croatia.