is an artist, filmmaker & video curator based in Berlin. His works are shown internationally in institutions and festivals such as Centre Pompidou Paris (F), CFCCA Manchester (UK), Times Museum Guangzhou (CN), Loop Festival Barcelona (ESP), Berlinische Galerie Berlin (D), WRO 15th Media Art Biennale Wroclaw (PL), and Anthology Film Archives New York City (USA). In 2014 he won the First Prize of the Now & After Video Art Festival’s Moscow for his film PETER IS DEAD. He received the TATE Artist Rooms Joseph-Beuys-Scholarship (2015), the Visio Scholarship (2012) and the Pepinieres Europeennes Scholarship (2010). In 2011, Wilhelm founded the Greener On The Other Side International Video Art Festival. In 2013, he co-founded the I SEE International Video Art Festival.
more info: www.clemenswilhelm.com
is a Canadian journalist covering art, film, TV and culture for The New York Times, The Guardian, The Economist and VICE. She is the author of The Celebrity Interview Book, which celebrates her top 21 interviews from the past 7 years. Check out her work at nadjasayej.com.
is a Mexican-German event manager, who’s carrier started running cinemas such as ODEON Whiteleys in London. He moved on to open The Lexi Cinema in London from scratch, as project and general manager. In Berlin, Fernando has worked as an event manager for Babylon, where he continues to with programming and booking different retrospectives for them, as well as manage high profile events there as a freelance. Actually he is one of the directors at Mobile Kino, Berlin’s Travelling Cinema, producers of the Berlin Feminist Film Week, Panorama Colombia, Mexico Scope and Mobile Kino Summer Camp. With over 250 events per year, Mobile Kino is established as the favorite unconventional cinema in Berlin.
Check out their work and program at: www.mobilekino.de