Teodora Mihai (1981) is a Belgian-Romanian documentary maker and scriptwriter. She was born in Bucharest, Romania, under Nicolae Ceausescu’s dictatorship. In '89 she came to Belgium and was reunited with her parents, who had fled there the year before. Mihai studied film at the Sarah Lawrence College in Upstate New York and worked as script supervisor, assistant director and TV maker.
Teun Voeten, who originally studied Cultural Anthropology and Philosophy in the Netherlands, is an award-winning photojournalist and author who has been covering the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sudan, Angola, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Colombia, Gaza, Liberia, Lebanon and Iraq.
Thomas Muntz (1987) is a philosopher and political scientist. He is editor-in-chier of deFusie.net, an opinion platform for young academics, junior lecturer of philosophical history at Amsterdam University and freelance investigative journalist for De Onderzoeksredactie, De Groene Amsterdammer and De Correspondent.
Thomas Van de Putte studied History at the University of Ghent and Nationalism Studies at Central European University. He has worked as a journalist for Reuters and as a freelance journalist for various broadcasters and newspapers across Europe.
The development and combination of technical, social and artistic skills has always fascinated me and continues to inspire me. Also for example to give testimony of the war past of our family and the processing. The television series 'Children of the Collaboration ', the book 'The sorrow of Flanders' and the eponymous musical-literary performance illustrate this."
Wies Wilems (°1985) is a freelance journalist who writes for MO* Magazine, amongst others. He studied Germanic languages and Conflict & Development (UGent), and took the investigative journalism course Internationale Researchjournalistiek (Thomas More Mechelen).