After his studies of Cultural Management in Vienna, Birmingham and Chicago, Gabor Greiner worked as a journalist and film critic at Austria's largest web-based cultural magazine, cycamp. In 2003, he moved to Brussels to take charge of the distribution support department of the media program at the European Commission's Film Fund. In 2009, Gabor became acquisitions executive at the international sales agent, The Match Factory, specializing in edgy art house films from all over the world. In August 2010, Gabor moved to Berlin to take over acquisitions of the French-German sales company, Films Boutique.
CEO of Finecut, Youngjoo Suh has produced, financed and internationally distributed numerous Korean films. After first stepping into the film industry in the 1990s through a Korean film financing sector, Youngjoo’s filmography now consists of over 100 internationally-distributed titles. Before Finecut, Youngjoo was also the founder of another successful film company, Cineclick Asia in 2000. Youngjoo’s producing credits include films such as “3-Iron” (PÖFF 2004), “Breath”, “Opium War” and “Lion’s Den” (PÖFF 2008).
Entrepreneur, producer and film director Peeter Rebane has studied at Harvard University and USC Film School. He is co-founder of the leading live entertainment company in Estonia, BDG, which also developed the Solaris Centre and cinemas. Peeter has directed several shorts and music videos, and is currently in development with two feature projects.
Ex-lawyer, one-time stock exchange manager, lifelong investment banker turned art-house cinema owner, publisher of cinema monthly La Strada, aspiring gallerist, wannabe restaurateur. He studied at NYU, law by accident, then film. Made few students shorts, aims to make more. Kasela helped his friends to produce Estonian films "Temptation of St.Tony" and "The Idiot". He is the founder of Black Hand, art-house distribution and production company, which in 2010 reopened Kino Sõprus, gem of Stalinist architecture with the purest art-house soul.