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We are very proud to announce the esteemed Jury for CinéGlobe 2012. They will be awarding “Best Fiction”, “Best Documentary”, and a special Jury prize for the “Most Infinitely Interconnected”.
Sunny works with businesses and organisations that thrive in this interconnected world. She was a founding board member of Kickstarter.com, which has revolutionized funding for creative projects, and has been instrumental in the World Science Festival, founded by famed string physicist Brian Green.
A documentary producer with Zentropa Films in Denmark, Peter has worked extensively with Mads Brugger, the well known Danish journalist, to uncover stories from the inside perspective. Peter’s most recent film, The Ambassador, was the opening film at IDFA in Amsterdam, and showed at Sundance.
Theoretical physicist at CERN, Gian wrote the book “A Zeptospace Odyssey” which explains for the average reader the complex physics of the LHC. He is often called upon to make complex physics understandable, and seeks to convey not just the content of the fundamental research done at CERN, but also the wonder behind it.
Graduate of the ECAL Cinéma School in Lausanne, Switzerland, Marie-Eve has produced both fiction and documentary shorts, as well as co-directing a documentary feature on the Swiss political process, Dans Nos Campagnes, which premiered at the Solothurn Film Festival in early 2012.
Andrew R. Jones
Animation supervisor for films such as Titanic, Godzilla, I, Robot, and Superman Returns, Andy won both the Oscar and BAFTA awards for best visual effects on Avatar. He recently finished his first short film as writer and director, named Parallel, which will be screened out of competition at CinéGlobe.
General delegate to the PariScience science film festival in Paris, Vincent is participating in the CinéGlobe jury for the second time. He knows science film and film festivals from the inside out, and has lead an equally eclectic life as host, singer, and actor.