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Once again, we will be awarding the Pink Dragon Prize at the LGBT Film Festival, as chosen by the international jury. This year's jury consists of:

Andrea Coloma is the festival director and programmer for MIX COPENHAGEN, one of the oldest LGBTQ+ film festivals in the world, as well as the leading LGBTQ+ film festival in the Nordics. Alongside MIX COPENHAGEN, Andrea has been involved in different projects from the development of Nørrebro Pride in Copenhagen which centers QTBIPOCs, to starring on the Danish TV web series, ‘Pain in the Ass’ (Ondt i Røven) by Rikke Kolding which has been referred to as a “queer game changer in Danish TV”.

Based in Berlin, Jad Salfiti is a British-Palestinian film journalist specializing in the intersection of culture and politics. He frequently contributes video reports to BBC’s Talking Movies and has written extensively for a wide range of media, including The Guardian and Al Jazeera English.

Sasha Ihnatovich (1988, Polatsk, Belarus) is a cultural worker, feminist filmmaker, researcher and educator. She has authored a number of short documentary and experimental films, and curated several film festivals, such as Meta- Queerfest Short Film & Animation (2015, Belarus), Luksuz Film Festival (2014, 2018-2020, Slovenia), toKino (2013, Lithuania). Sasha is also mentoring various media and film workshops for children, young people and adults in Belarus, Lithuania and Slovenia. In 2015 - 2017 she was active in feminist LGBTQ+ project MAKEOUT in Belarus. In the framework of the MAKEOUT’s activities she organized and curated in 2016-2017 FemQueerLab: Laboratory of Feminist (and) Queer Film and was research curator in the project on gender sensitivity and hate speech in Belarusian media.