26. 2ANNAS ISFF International jury
Before her film studies in Latvia and Poland, Adriāna Roze studied Political science and European studies. Public relations, politics, and philosophy are themes often explored in Adriāna's work. Her documentary short film "Riga Gentlemen" won the National Film Award "Big Kristaps" in three categories – best documentary short film, best cinematography and best editing. Her short films and music videos have received awards both in Latvia and abroad. When she is not thinking about cinema, she writes pieces and fiddles with analog photography.
Joni Männistö is a filmmaker and animator born in 1981 in Finland. He's a member of several Finnish animation collectives that work on commercial and artistic projects. Männistö has directed films such as The Trap (2008), Swarming (2011) and Electric Soul (2013), which have all been screened at numerous international festivals. Männistö has worked as a visiting teacher at Turku Arts Academy and he is an artistic director of Turku Animated Film Festival. In 2019 he joined the PÖFF Shorts programming team for animated films. Männistö currently lives and works in Tallinn as a freelance artist.
Olga Gusiatynska was born in Kherson, Ukraine. She obtained her Master's in Japanese language and literature from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. She's been volunteering and working for various Ukrainian film festivals since 2010: Kyiv "Molodist" International Film Festival (Head of Guest Service, 2015, 2016), Odesa International Film Festival (Industry Guest Coordinator, 2019) etc. She's currently a programmer (since 2021) and the Head of Translations (since 2019) at Kyiv International Short Film Festival.