Charlotte Rampling | Jury President
The film icon and recipient of the Berlinale’s Honorary Bears, among other awards, has worked both with directors from Italian cinema such as Luchino Visconti and Liliana Cavani and authors of the new French cinema including Patrice Chéreau, Claude Lelouche and François Ozon as well as with Sidney Lumet, Alan Parker, Nagisa Oshima, Axel Corti and Lars von Trier. Alongside her film career, Charlotte Rampling has also frequently collaborated with visual artists such as Juergen Teller, Oliver Beer or Loris Gréaud, among others.
Christopher Doyle | Cinematographer
Born in Australia, the award-winning cameraman has worked in Asia since the 1970s—the first time as a cameraman for the Taiwanese director Edward Yang in 1983. Since 1991, he has been providing Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai’s unmistakable visual style with his agile camera. He has worked with the legends of Chinese directing Chen Kaige and Zhang Yimou as well as with the artist Ai Wei Wei. Doyle organizes exhibitions, publishes books and is considered a defining figure in the aesthetics of contemporary Asian film. He lives in Hong Kong.
Teresa Hubbard | Artist
The international artist was born in Ireland and grew up in Australia. Since 1990, she has worked together with the Swiss artist Alexander Birchler on projects spanning the fields of film, photography and sculpture. As the duo Hubbard/Birchler, they gained international attention for their cinematically and architecturally elaborate video works, most recently the film work Flora, which was recently shown in Munich. Hubbard participated in the 48th and 57th Venice Biennale and has been featured in exhibitions at the Tate Museum Liverpool, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Reina Sofia, Madrid, Kunsthaus Graz, Mori Museum, Tokyo and the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, among others.