Spanish festival programmer, film teacher, and journalist. Cueto is a member of the selection committee for the San Sebastián IFF. He was in charge of film programming for Cineteca theater at the Matadero Cultural Center in Madrid, with a program entirely devoted to documentary film. He is a professor of audiovisual communication at Carlos III University in Madrid. He has taught at several Spanish universities and at the Madrid Film School (ECAM). He formerly worked as a film journalist and collaborated with the Gijón and Sitges festivals. He has coordinated various publications, in addition to having contributed articles to numerous collective books.
German film editor. Fabini has worked on a number of films premiered at Sundance: Morris from America (2016, dir. Chad Hartigan), Houston (2013, dir. Bastian Günther, KVIFF 2013), and Return to Homs (dir. Talal Derki), winner of the 2014 World Documentary Grand Jury Award. Her editing of More Than Honey (2012, dir. Markus Imhoof) was highly acclaimed. The 2014 Visions du Réel festival in Nyon screened Bastian Günther’s genre-flexible California City (2014), another of her editing efforts. She also works internationally as a script consultant.
Pavla Janoušková Kubečková
Czech producer. Janoušková Kubečková studied journalism at Charles University and film production at Prague’s Film Academy (FAMU). In 2009 she cofounded nutprodukce productions. She has produced many documentaries, including Show! (Czech Critics’ Award), Great Night, Fortress (both premiered at CPH:DOX), and FC Roma (documentary competition at KVIFF 2016). She is also one of the producers of the HBO miniseries “Burning Bush,” directed by Agnieszka Holland, and “Wasteland,” whose international premiere took place at Toronto 2016. She coproduced Agnieszka Holland’s latest film Spoor, awarded a Silver Bear at the 2017 Berlinale.