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Leopold Broers (b. 1975) has been writing articles for MO* since 2006 and Knack (Flemish magazines). His interest is mainly on environmental conflicts, human rights and social movements in South America.
Leslie Verbeeck (°1985, Mechelen) is a professional film maker. He studied film at Narafi in Brussels and obtained his bachelor's degree. After his studies he started working for production companies like Caviar and The Fridge. He worked for Belgian feature films (Small Gods, Linkeroever, Dirty Mind), short films (Tunnelrat, Samaritan, Prediker) and TV. Since 2011 he works freelance as producer and director for diverse audiovisual projects.
Lode Delputte is a reporter for the newspaper De Morgen. He follows already for many years the developments in Latin America. He visited a dozen times. Apart from Cuba, Delputte wrote about the drug war in Colombia, the ore mines in Peru and the youth gangs in Central America.
Ludo De Witte (1956) is a sociologist and author. He wrote, amongst others, De moord op Lumumba (1999), Wie is bang voor moslims? ('Who is afraid of Muslims?') (2004) and Huurlingen, geheim agenten en diplomaten ('Mercenaries, secret agents and diplomats') (2014). He also cooperated on TV documentaries about the Congolese crisis, for Flemish public broadcaster VRT (1999), German broadcaster ARD (2000) and BBC (2000).
Maarten Schmidt founded Storyhouse in 2013. He worked as producer for more than 20 films, most of them documentaries. His first two documentaries “Ne me quitte pas” en ‘Our City” premiered at IDFA Amsterdam and were awarded at prestigious festivals like Tribeca, Hot Docs and Docaviv.
Machteld Libert is a crime and court journalist for Flemish public broadcaster VRT. In her successful book Ik heb een mens vermoord (I killed a man) (2009) she looked into the minds of three murderers. In 2011 she analysed the psyche of a serial killer in Ronald Janssen. Een mens een monster (Ronald Janssen. A man a monster).