Emelie Sundberg is a graduate of political science and works in the Ministry of Finance in Sweden. She has enjoyed films from an early age, and has for the last ten years on her spare time been involved in a non-profit cinema in a suburb to Stockholm. Since 2011 she is the president of local film club in Skarpnäck (in southern Stockholm) which shows art house films and is associated with the Swedish Federation of Film Societies.
Bijan Sen Sarma
Bijan Sen Sarma joined the film society movement in 1965, when he was a college student. Bijan was the editor of film magazine Chalachchinta in 1982-98. He organised three international children film festivals in 2002-2005 and a number of European & Latin American festivals. Bijan is regional secretary of Federation of Film Societies in India (Eastern region) and is also the president of National Institute of Film & Fine Arts.
Birgit Pajust has been working since 2005 as a marketing specialist at Tallinnfilm, which manages cinema Artis that mainly shows European films, Asian box-office hits and American indie films. In addition to her everyday work, marketing of films and special projects of Artis, Birgit also manages Artis’ volunteer project that aims to involve young and enthusiastic young people in cinema work to gain film knowledge and work experience in the field of culture.