ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL
20.-27.10.2013.

Jury for Feature and Short Feature Films


 

Leo Barraclough, Editor for Variety
Srdan Golubović, Director
Ada Solomon, Producer




Leo Barraclough
 has worked as an Entertainment Business Journalist for more than 20 years. He is Senior International Correspondent for Variety magazine, responsible for coverage of the film and TV industries in Eastern and Central Europe. He previously served as International Features Editor and News Editor (London) for Variety. Before joining Variety, Leo was Managing Editor of Screen International, where he started as Features Editor. He started his career in film trade journalism as Production Editor at Moving Pictures International, rising to Deputy Editor.




 


Srdan Golubović
 was born in 1972 in Belgrade (Serbia). He studied Film Directing on The Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. His first feature film Absolute Hundred participated at over 30 international film festivals and won 10 awards. His second feature film The Trap had its World premiere at 2007. Berlinale, section Forum. The film was screened in official selections in Toronto, Karlovy Vary, Sofia, Sarajevo... The Trap won 21 international awards and was shortlisted for Oscar for the best foreign film. Circles, his third feature film, had its World premiere in 2013. Sundance Film Festival, World Dramatic Competition and won Special Jury Prize. Film had its European premiere at Berlinale, section Forum where it received Prize of Ecumenical Jury. Circles have won more than 20 other international awards.




 


Ada Solomon
 was born in Bucharest in 1968. She is working in the industry for almost 20 years on films involving Charlotte Rampling, Cristian Mungiu, Jeremy Irons and Alexandra Maria Lara. Ada Solomon created Hi Film 9 years ago. In 2010, together with Calin Netzer, Ada created Parada Film, distribution and production company. The films produced by Ada Solomon with Hi Film were selected in over 150 prestigious festivals around the world and awarded in over 70. Among them are The Tube With a Hat by Radu Jude (shown on the 5th ZFF) and Jude's feature debut The Happiest Girl in the World screened and awarded with Special Mention at 2011 ZFF. Her latest credit in features, Călin Netzer’s Child's Pose is the winner of the Golden Bear & FIPRESCI Award in this year’s Berlinale. She is a European Film Academy member.