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National Jury



Aleksandra Ławska studied Danish Philology and Cultural Studies both at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Since 2018 she is strongly engaged in working on projects at Ad Arte Foundation of Cultural Education in Poznan, Poland. She has worked on multiple interdiciplinary projects including educational activities, film programming and also short film distribution. This year she has become a head of programming at the Short Waves Festival, which 12th edition will take in Poznan in March 2020.


28 years old, Arielle Léva has a Master of Film degree from Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her first professional experience was as an intern at the 2010 edition of the FIFF in Namur. In 2017 she joined the festival’s programming committee.
In 2013 she started her professional career as an assistant agent and is now an artists’ agent with the Brigitte Descormiers Agency in Paris. She works with young actors, many of whom are Belgian


After studying art history and working in marketing for News Internationales, Gautier Réjou joined France Télévision’s Pôle court metrage working in the Service des Acquisitions de Programmes in 2012. He worked closely with Christophe Taudière and Aurélie Chesné sorting and evaluating projects, and on two weekly shows, Libre Court France 3 broadcast Friday evenings late night and Histoires Courtes France 2 broadcast Sunday evenings late night.