Moral Approach Award Jury
Moral Approach Award Jury
Zaneta Trajkoska graduated in journalism from the Interdisciplinary Studies in Journalism at the University “St. Cyril and Methodius ”-Skopje, in 1996. She completed her master’s degree at Lumsa University in Rome, Italy, in 2004 and her PhD at the political studies department at the Faculty of Law in Skopje. She has been working as a journalist since 1993 and since 1998 he has been working as a public relations officer for the US Agency for International Development (USAID). In the period from 1999 to 2001 she was the Executive Director of the Macedonian Press Center where he is one of the founders, and from 2001 she has been working on the establishment of the Macedonian Institute of Media Foundation, where she was the Executive Director until 2008. Trajkoska was the director of the School of Journalism and Public Relations from 2008 to 2016 and now holds the same position at the Institute of Communication Studies in Skopje since 2017.
Yuko Kaseki is a director of the dance company Cokaseki, choreographer, Butoh dancer, improviser, and teacher, since 1995 based in Berlin.
She has created international projects with musicians such as Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Antonis Anissegos, Emilio Gordoa, Audrey Chen, Axel Dörner, visual artist such as Nikhil Chopra, Arata Mori, Morvarid K, Chiharu Shiota, and dancer such as Shinichi Iova Koga, Minako Seki, Christine Bonansea, Sherwood Chen and more. These creations are an accumulation of poetic and vivid images that incorporate the spirit of Butoh, performance and live art.
She has been teaching as well as performing in more than 30 countries, with the aim to reflect the outsider’s existence.
Luca Ciut was born and grew up in Trieste, Italy. After receiving his BA in composition he specialized in music for movies, theater and dance, and in 2011 he moved to Los Angeles to attend the Film Scoring Program at UCLA Extension. During that time he got selected for the SCL Mentorship Program and he composed and produced his debut album Seventeen Million Lonely Angels. The project was well received and got awarded as Best of Show at the Global Music Awards.As a film composer he worked with Emmy winner concept designer and director Daniel Auber, with Emmy winner director Rudy Poe and with Golden Globe winner Davide Del Degan. He also worked with directors Ivan Gergolet, Stéphane Dumonceau, Chiara Sambuchi and Sonejuhi Sinha. He scored for theater plays as well, and in 2005 he composed his first ballet Q – La vertigine della fantasia, choreographed by Corrado Canulli. Lately he composed the music for Dancing with Maria, a feature documentary directed by Ivan Gergolet. The film premiered and was awarded at the Venice Film Festival.