Poli Angelova was born in 1976 in Usogorsk, Russia. She graduated from “Film and TV directing” at New Bulgarian University. Her diploma film is the documentary “Specialists”, tutored by prof. Georgi Djulgerov, production of Bulgarian national TV.
In February 2007 she participated in the 5th Berlinale Talent Campus in the framework of Berlinale film festival and in August 2007 she took part in a master class of film producing led by Chedomir Kolar at the 1st Sarajevo Talent Campus.
From 2004 to 2008 Poli Angelova has been the coordinator of Sofia Meetings: the only international forum for film professionals, producers and directors in Bulgaria, held in parallel to Sofia Intl. Film Festival.


Nikolay Todorov was born in 1979 in Sofia. He graduated film directing from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts “Krastio Sarafov” in 2006, in the class of prof. Georgi Djulgerov. His diploma film “The Minutes After” has received several international prizes and many selections at festivals abroad. It is awarded with the Jameson award for Best Bulgarian short at Sofia Film Fest and award of the festival at Cork Film Festival, Ireland.


Elena Mosholova was born in 1979 in Sofia. In 2002 she became a member of the European association of film enthusiasts NISI MASA and started organizing its annual scriptwriting contest for young authors. From 2005 till 2007 she was President of NISI MASA. Elena is founder of FILMINI International Short Film Festival, held in Sofia, Bulgaria. She has worked for cultural organization like Instituto Cervantes de Sofía, Northern Lights and So Independent film festivals, as well as for the prominent Bulgarian production companies KLAS Film and Chouchkov Brothers.