The grand jury evaluates the films in competition and awards the prize for Best Feature Film.
Hana Kulhánková was the director of the One World film festival until August 2017. She has now become a member of the Impact Academy team, a transformative education program for non-profit organizations striving to improve their impact on society. She has contributed to several film festivals as a programmer (Mezipatra, Febiofest) and cooperated with the LeGaTo queer program at Czech Television. She has given lectures on the history of American avant-garde film, gender and queer studies. She is an active advocate of LGBTQ+ rights.
Berwyn Rowlands first became involved in the field of LGBTQ+ films in 1989. In 2006, he established the Iris Prize, the world’s largest competition of short LGBTQ+ themed films, which takes place annually in Cardiff as part of a six-day festival. Movie Maker magazine called the 10th anniversary of the event this October one of the 50 best film festivals in the world. Rowland has participated in juries at the Inside Out, Outfest and TLVFest festivals.
Zuzana Štefková is a curator and an art critic and historian. She works at the Institute of Art History at Charles University and at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. She focuses on political, gender and minority questions in art. Her publishing activities include the book Testimonies: In a Female Voice and the text Naked Babes, Macho Feminists, and Queer Eyes. She cooperated with Mezipatra on the Other Kind of Blue and Hammer! exhibitions. She is the co-curator of the Artwall gallery.