Cintia Gil
Film curator Cintia Gil was born in Portugal. From 2012 to 2019, she worked as a co-director and then director of Doclisboa, while from 2019 to 2021 she has coordinated the Sheffield DocFest.
Gil has curated a variety of contemporary and historical film series, retrospectives, and exhibitions. In addition, she has been a member of the executive Board of Apordoc – Associação pelo Documentário, the Portuguese Documentary Film Association, since 2015. She has served as a juror at various international film festivals, such as the Berlinale, Cairo Film Festival, Ficunam, Mar del Plata, Jerusalem Film Festival, Torino Film Festival, Taiwan IDF, FidMarseille, Seville European Film Festival, DokuFest, among many others.
Lotte Mik-Meyer
Lotte Mik-Meyer is a professor and Head of the Documentary Department (MFA) at the Norwegian Film School. She has a master’s degree in International Development Studies and Media Science and has studied at the Roskilde University, the University of Copenhagen, Université Paris VII, University of Durham. In addition to teaching at the Norwegian Film School, she has been involved in talent development programs in collaboration with The National Film School of Denmark, Binger Film Institute, Screen Institute Beirut, Sundance, and other venues in Denmark and around the world. Lotte has worked "one woman, one camera" in the Middle East and the Southern part of Africa and has a vast experience in filming by herself in conflict areas from Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, and Madagascar. 
Filmography (director and cinematographer): Return of a President (2017) / The Arab Initiative (2008) /  What We See (2006) / Drawing/a non-linear structure (2006)
Gianina Cărbunariu
Gianina Cărbunariu (b. 09.08.1977) is a theater director and playwright, who serves as the director of the Youth's Theater and curator of the Theater Festival in Piatra Neamț. Her fiction shows draw their inspiration from documenting through interviews or archival research on subjects pertaining to the current reality or the recent past. Her projects are developed independently, in co-production with various state theaters, or produced by theaters from Romania and abroad, and they have been presented in numerous international festivals and tours.  Gianina Cărbunariu’s texts have been translated and staged by directors from France, Germany, Canada, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Turkey, Israel, Belgium, Switzerland, Chile, Austria, and Greece. She co-authored the script for the film “Uppercase Print,” directed by Radu Jude.

At the 15th edition of the festival, we assembled a jury of three specialists from the international industry. They will award the Film Festival Prize, which pushes the boundaries of the documentary genre farthest and with the greatest skill. The International Jury Prize is worth 1000 euros.


Zero for Conduct 2022

One World Romania coordinators - Cristina Haneș and Dragoș Apetri

Super coordinators - Flavia Dima and Paul Dogioiu

Six participants from Romania, with ages between 14-19, have been selected for the 3rd edition of the cinematographic education program “Zero for Conduct,” organized by One World Romania and the ”Super” International Festival for Film and Art Made by Teenagers. The participants make up the selection team of the ”Super” Festival and will offer the “High School Students Award” for the Best Film in One World Romania’s International Competition.

The hybrid program (online and offline) coordinated by tutors Dragoș Apetri and Cristina Haneș debuts with a series of online meetings which will take place in this format for one month. During the first part of the One World Romania Festival, the participants will meet with the two coordinators in Bucharest for a 5-day workshop which encourages them to take a closer look at the reality which surrounds them through practical filming and editing exercises, carried out both individually and in groups. The practical aspect of the workshop is aimed at offering a free space for experimentation, where participants research their subjects of interest, the audiovisual instruments by way of which they choose to talk about their subjects, and to discover the potential implications borne by the representation of reality through the camera.

In the second half of the festival, as jurors, they will evaluate the films in One World Romania’s International Competition and offer the “High School Students Award.”