Worked as editor of the monthly film magazine "film", from 1968 film critic of the national radio station Bayerischer Rundfunk. Regular contributions to German language film magazines. Books on ancient comedy and on the 17th-century French playwright Jean Racine. Monographs on Andrzej Wajda, Luis Bunuel. History of Bulgarian cinema, Der bulgarische Film, together with Maria Racheva (1977). Festival publications, at the occasion of retrospectives, on Nikita Mikhalkov and Andrei Konchalovski, Arturo Ripstein, Im Kwon-taek, Nagisa Oshima. Two books together with Alexander Kluge: Ulmer Dramaturgien, Reibungsverluste (1980) and Bestandsaufnahme: Utopie Film (1983). 1986–2007 programmer for the Munich International Film Festival. General Secretary of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) since 1987. Lives and works in Munich, Germany.
Writer, screenwriter and film critic from Split. He writes for Zagreb’s Jutarnji List daily. Author of books Post-Yugoslav Cinema: Style and Ideology (2011) and Classics of Croatian Cinema From Yugoslav Period (2016). Since 2004 has serves as selector for the Motovun Film Festival in Croatia. He has published several novels and short story collections. The film based on his novel and screenplay, Witnesses (2004) by Vinko Brešan, was selected for Berlinale’s competition program. In 2015, Croatian TV produced The Road Patrol, a series based on his screenplay (director: Zvonimir Jurić), which has won several Croatian and international awards. Jurica Pavičić lives in Split.
She has worked in the field of film production since 1994. In 1998, Ida and her sister Maja Weiss established the production company Bela Film. Since 2005 she has managed Senca Studio, a cultural institute aimed at producing works for children and young audiences. She has produced or co-produced over 40 films, which have screened at over 300 festivals, including Berlin (Guardian of the Frontier, Child In Time) and Cannes (Every Day Is Not the Same) and received various awards, including the European Film Academy nomination for Best First Feature (Guardian of the Frontier). Her directorial debut, Peter vs. Harry, premiered at the Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival, and was named the “Dokudok Chosen 2018” at the Maribor DokuDok Festival. She is member of the Association of Slovenian Film Producers (FPS), the European Film Academy (EFA), the European Women’s Avdiovisual Network (EWA), the European Avdiovisual Entrepreneurs EAVE and the Network of Film Producers ACE.