Paris-based journalist and film critic Pamela Pianezza is the chief editor of Palmarès magazine. She also writes as a freelancer for French magazines - Première, Le Monde des ados, Alibi – and Canadian bimonthly Sequences. She works as a programmer for the Cannes Critics’ Week and is the French correspondent for the Festival International de Films de Fribourg. She likes Italian gangsters, Nordic cinema, road trips, James Bond and Steve McQueen.
Katja Čičigoj is finishing her studies in Philosophy and Literature at the University of Ljubljana. She has been writing articles and reviews in the field of film, visual arts, theatre and philosophy as well as contemporary dance and performance for a couple of years. Katja has been publishing regularly in theoretical publications, periodicals, for radio stations and for publications accompanying theatre performances. She has been for three years giving lectures on film organized by FILMUTHE (Society for Film, Music and Theory).
Donald Tomberg graduated from theatre programme at the Estonian Institute of Humanities and is currently studying cultural theory at Tallinn University on a graduate level. He has worked as an actor at Theatrum and has produced plays at Theatrum and Kuressaare City Theatre. Donald has worked as a film critic from 1996 and is a member of Estonian Association of Film Journalists as of 2010. He has also published a novel and as a journalist been closely linked to culture-related newspaper Sirp and magazine Teater.Muusika.Kino.