For each edition of PriMed two international juries are composed by professionals of televisions and film directors, producers, broadcasters from the Mediterranean.*
The jury of PriMed 2020
Hervé BRUSINI – PRESIDENT OF JURY
Hervé Brusini has held many positions in the public audiovisual sector since 1974. In 1982 he joined the editorial staff of Antenne 2. Specialist in politico-legal affairs and terrorism, he participated in the creation of the channel’s investigation service. In 1991, he was co-winner with Dominique Tierce of the Albert Londres prize for “the Farewell affair, the mole”. In 2000, he founded, with Élise Lucet, the program “Pièces à conviction”. Then, from 2004 to 2008, he held the position of deputy director of information for France 3. After having supported the creation of the Francetv.info site, he became its director in 2012. He is also an author who has written various books on the media “See the truth” (PUF edition) or “Certified copy, why do the media all say the same thing?” (édition du Seuil).
Fedia BEN HENDA
Director at Tunisian Television
Fedia Ben Henda graduated in 2006 from the Higher Institute of Multimedia Arts in Manouba (Tunisia) in the audiovisual section “production assistance”. Her study film “Diary of Eve” received the highest rating for directing, and won the Kelibia FIFAK International Amateur Film Festival. In 2011, she validated her professional master’s degree in production and directing assistance. In 2016, his documentary “Vapore” received the prize for the best documentary in co-production Inter-rives (ASBU-COPEAM). She has since directed other documentaries, including for Aljazeera Documentary Channel. She has also worked for Tunisian Television for 12 years, for which she has produced broadcasts, major events as well as documentaries.
Director of International Development – France Télévisions
Originally from Bordeaux and a business school graduate, Nathalie Bobineau has devoted her career to trading and exporting content from the audiovisual and film industry. A first experience as European sales manager in 1989 at Daro Films in Monaco, then the creation of a commercial center at Arathos, a Franco-Polish company, before joining the subsidiaries of France Télévisions in 2000: Francetv Distribution as director distribution and licensing, then Francetv Publicité where she managed a network of international agents. Since 2016, she has headed the international development of France Télévisions, the group’s channels now being included in more than 60 countries on 5 continents.
Producer in charge of cinema and television drama projects at 13 Productions
After having been a producer (Rage au Coeur films, 95 ° West) then head of public policies in favor of cinema and audiovisual (Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur region, Franche-Comté region), Chantal Fischer currently works within 13 Productions, where she is in charge of the production of cinema projects (short and feature films) and television fiction. She has recently produced short and feature films including “The Player’s Son” by Carlos Chahine, and follows several projects currently in development or in post-production. She is also in charge of artistic matters at Cinefeel Prod, a private investment and endowment fund, she thus participated in the financing of Ladj Ly’s “Les Misérables”, César 2020 for best film.
Reda BENJELLOUN Head of News, Magazines and Documentaries departement at 2M
Born in 1966, Reda Benjelloun graduated in law at the Sorbonne. He began his career as a legal consultant in Paris. In 1995, he turned to journalism and joined TV 2M (Morocco). He will be a reporter, presenter and producer of news magazines. He currently directs the magazines of information and documentaries. Since 2011, he produced on the antenna of 2M “Stories and Men”, a weekly documentary box broadcast Sunday evening prime time.
Head of Audiovisual Productions Department at INA
A graduate of INSEEC and holder of a master’s degree in business law, Fabrice Blancho has over 20 years of experience in various audiovisual companies, including Arte France, as production manager, Canal + Group’s Ellipse Program, and the independent production company Point du Jour. Since 2011, he has directed INA’s Audiovisual Productions Department, which produces and co-produces around 60 documentaries a year for the main French television channels, in partnership with numerous international broadcasters.
Commissioning Editor of “DOC3” emission, Rai 3
After graduating with a master’s degree in film history from Hong Kong, Fabio Mancini began his collaboration with RAI, RadioTelevisione Italiana, and participated in the launch of some channels of the platform RaiSat. He works as an author for satellite channels such as Music Box, LIVE! and PlayMe. He has co-authored the last four editions of the show “Storie Maledette”. Fabio is currently commissioning editor of the program “DOC3” of the channel Rai 3.
Rédacteur en chef à France Télévisions
Thierry Pardi est rédacteur en chef des magazines “Mediterraneo” et “Les carnets de Mediterraneo”, et responsable des programmes méditerranéens de France 3 Corse ViaStella. Il assure également une chronique hebdomadaire dans l’émission “Via Nova” et travaille en coopération avec les télévisions et les organismes audiovisuels méditerranéens.
The jury of PriMed 2019
Benjamin STORA PRÉSIDENT DU JURY Historian, university professor, specialist in contemporary Maghreb
Benjamin Stora teaches the history of the contemporary Maghreb, the wars of decolonization, and the history of North African immigration in Europe, Paris 13 University and INALCO (Oriental Languages , Paris). Doctor in Sociology and Doctor of State in History, he has published about forty books. In 1991, he is the author of the documentary “The Algerian years”. In 2002, he directed with Jean-Michel Meurice the documentary “Summer 62 in Algeria, the independence of both faces”. In 2013, he received the TV5Monde Broadcasting Award at the PriMed festival for his film co-directed by Gabriel Le Bomin “The Algerian War, The Rift”. In 2014, he was appointed President of the Museum of Immigration History at the Golden Gate.
Maryline CRIVELLO University Professor, Executive Director A * MIDEX Maryline Crivello is professor of history at the University of Aix-Marseille. Director of the research laboratory for Mediterranean Europe TELEMMe from 2012 to 2016, she has been Executive Director of the A * Midex University Foundation since 2016. She is also co-head of the Pôle Images / Sons and Research in the Humanities of the House Mediterranean of the Sciences of the Man. A specialist in Mediterranean memory issues and public and media uses of history, she notably published in 2016 “Dictionnaire de la Méditerranée”, in collaboration with Dionigi Albera and Mohamed Tozy.
Elisabeth LEUVREY Director Elisabeth Leuvrey is a filmmaker. Former student of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations of Paris and the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Visual Anthropology), she lives and works today between Marseille and Algiers. His film focuses on the contemporary impact of a colonial history that links France and Algeria. Since 1998, his films have been selected and awarded at many international festivals.
Reda BENJELLOUN Head of News, Magazines and Documentaries departement at 2M Born in 1966, Reda Benjelloun graduated in law at the Sorbonne. He began his career as a legal consultant in Paris. In 1995, he turned to journalism and joined TV 2M (Morocco). He will be a reporter, presenter and producer of news magazines. He currently directs the magazines of information and documentaries. Since 2011, he produced on the antenna of 2M “Stories and Men”, a weekly documentary box broadcast Sunday evening prime time.
Fabrice BLANCHO Head of Audiovisual Productions Department at INA A graduate of INSEEC and holder of a master’s degree in business law, Fabrice Blancho has over 20 years of experience in various audiovisual companies, including Arte France, as production manager, Canal + Group’s Ellipse Program, and the independent production company Point du Jour. Since 2011, he has directed INA’s Audiovisual Productions Department, which produces and co-produces around 60 documentaries a year for the main French television channels, in partnership with numerous international broadcasters.
Fabio MANCINI Commissioning Editor of “DOC3” emission, Rai 3 After graduating with a master’s degree in film history from Hong Kong, Fabio Mancini began his collaboration with RAI, RadioTelevisione Italiana, and participated in the launch of some channels of the platform RaiSat. He works as an author for satellite channels such as Music Box, LIVE! and PlayMe. He has co-authored the last four editions of the show “Storie Maledette”. Fabio is currently commissioning editor of the program “DOC3” of the channel Rai 3.
Director of broadcasting at France 3 Corsica ViaStella A graduate in Information Science and Literature, Philippe Martinetti is a journalist. In 2011, he began his collaboration with France 3 ViaStella, and for 5 years the executive presentation and production of cultural programs “Sera Inseme” then “6 and a half”. Author of two books, he now directs the antennas and programs of France 3 Corsica ViaStella.
The jury of PriMed PriMed 2018
The jury of PriMed 2017
Mathieu GUIDÈRE Président du Jury
writer, specialist of islam
The jury of PriMed 2016 edition
Magdi GHONEIM, Former Regional director of TV5 Monde Maghreb Orient.
All jurys of 2015 edition
All jurys of 2014 edition
All jurys of 2013 edition
Hala Zureiqat President du Jury Documentaire
Hala Zureiqat free lance consultant for Royal TV, Jordania
Soudade Kaadan film director, Syria
Bouzid Ould Hocine director at EPTV Algerian Television
Annick Peigné-Giuly President of “Grand écrans” association.
Albert Solé Bruset director, Spain
Fabio Mancini DOC3 – Rai3, Italy
Ali Oudjana journalist at France 24.
Mohamed Kaci est journalist at TV5MONDE
Malek Sahraoui director
Benoît Califano ESJ – Montpellier
Nedim Loncarevic, journalist-director
All the jurys of the 16th edition
President of the jury :
Nabil El Choubachy – Editor at Nile TV, Egypt
Born in Cairo, Nabil El Choubachy studied history at the Sorbonne in Paris. In 1992 he became a journalist at Radio Cairo, then editor and head of the French section at Nile TV in 1993. Nabil also presented cultural programs on Egyptian television and the French newspaper on the chain Dubai Business Channel.
Nassera BENMARNIA – Director Union of Muslim Families – France
Nassera Benmarnia is a founding member of the Union of Muslim Families (MRU) of the Bouches-du-Rhone, she worked as Director since 1998. She has organized seven years the festival in Marseilles “Eid in the City.”.
Sergi DOLADE – Director of APIMED – Spain
Sergi Doladé has worked since 2000 in the Independent Audiovisual Producers Association of the Mediterranean (APIMED). He is also Director of MEDIMED, the documentary market held each year in Sitges, near Barcelona.
Yolaine LACOLONGE – Audiovisual Coordinator Corsica – France
She is in developper for audiovisual sector of Corsica . From 2006 to 2010, she was Advisor to the President of the Corsican Assembly for the communication and cultural industries.
Lorenzo HENDEL – RAI3- Italie
After starting his career at the RAI in Perugia, Lorenzo Hendel integrates RAI3 in Rome as a documentary filmmaker. Since 2008 he is responsible for the weekly magazine DOC3 on RAI. His first feature film, “Quando i bambini Giocano In Cielo” (2005), has received several international awards.
José Luis PENAFUERTE– Director –Spain/Belgium
The director was born in Belgium but from Spain collaborated in the creation of the first Hispanic film festival in Brussels. He has made three documentaries to date, Niños (2001), Aguaviva (2005) and The Paths of Memory (2009), awarded in 2010 PriMed.
Cyrille PEREZ – Producer – France
Cyrille Perez has worked in public institutions and EU in 2004 before creating Thirteen South, documentary production company focusing on Latin and Mediterranean look of the films. This year, Thirteen merged with the South to form 13 Production 13 Productions.
Mohamed ZRAN – Director – Tunisia
After studying film in Paris, he made several fiction films that have enjoyed great popular success in Tunisia, as Essaïda (1996) and Prince (2004). He was also recognized for his documentaries such as The Song of the Millennium (2002, Best Docu at Tribeca Film Festival) and Living Here (2009, Grand Prix of the Festiva Tetouan). Tetouan).
President of jury :
Frederic Tonolli – Journalist – France
Cameraman and director since 1985 to programs such as “Do not dream,” “Thalassa” or “Special Envoy”, he was awarded the Albert Londres Prize in 1997 for his reporting on “The Lords of Behring.” He has twice won the Grand Prix of FIGRA for “Blood Mountain” (1995), and “The Brigade of the World’s End” (2000).
Samar AL-GAMAL – Journalist – Egypt
She is currently a special correspondent for the Egyptian daily Al-Shorouk, and Deputy Director of the writing of Al-Ahram Hebdo. Samar Al-Gamal had previously worked as a correspondent in Cairo for the Middle East RMC-and Radio Orient, or as editor of the program “Al-Al-Oula Tabaa” on Dream TV. She also worked for the AFP, the ERTU and France 2.
Amel BEJAOUI – Journalist – Tunisia
Reporter for the Agence Tunis Afrique Presse, Amel Bejaoui is a member of several associations and committees in the area of the Tunisian Human Rights (Amnesty International, Tunis Center for Freedom of the press …). She has participated in several studies on women’s rights and the situation of the press in Tunisia.
Yves BRUNEAU – Journalist – France
Yves Bruneau was a journalist and editor of France in three regions (Ile-de-France, Guadeloupe). Reporter for “Thalassa” between 1983 and 1986, he subsequently made a documentary about thirty. After an experience as Deputy Director of the National Writing France 3, he became expert Canal France International (CFI) in 2005.
Soumaya DERHOURHI – Journalist – Morocco
She is a reporter for the Moroccan channel 2M for 10 years, and has directed several documentaries and special reports, after 3 years experience in print media and communication. She realizes this and now “The Life of a Film,” a collection of documentaries 52 minutes.
Touria HADRAOUI – Singer – Maroc
Touria Hadraoui, former investigative journalist, has since 1989 malhoun singer, singing traditional Moroccan. Author of eleven studio albums since 1991, it is also one of the great scholars of Arab-Andalusian songs and Sufi. She also published a novel in 1998 and continues to write articles related to his work as an artist.
Stéphane TAPONIER – Journalist – France
Stéphane Taponier, cameraman, is no stranger to missions of great stories in conflict zones. He made his first stories for France Television in 1990. Staff member of Journalists-Reporters Investigation of RTL TV TF1 and freelance, he worked in parallel to television productions for Arte and TV5 Monde. His last report led him to Afghanistan, where with Hervé Ghesquière was held hostage for 547 days.
All the jurys of the 15th edition
DARINA AL JOUNDI
Director, actor and writer, Lebanon
Actor since the age of 8 years, Darina Al Joundi is on all fronts: cinema, theater, television. She has written several short films. She played in La Porte Sun Yosry Nasrallah, officially selected at Cannes in 2004.
Director and producer, France
Actor in its infancy, especially in Diva, he started directing. In 1991, he produced a lot of documentaries including participation in the show “Is not dreaming”. In 1997 he became a producer by creating 17/23 Productions. In 2008 he produced a result of a work stoppage with Patrick Timsit and Charles Berling.
After working in a large group of international press and the Embassy of France in Morocco, Marie Gutmann created the film production company Meroe with the aim of producing movies that help explore and understand today’s world.
Artistic director, Tunisia
Choreographer, Syhem Belkhodja founded the Association Ness El Fen who directs the festival “Rencontres
dance “and” Design and fashion “in Carthage and the documentary film festival” Doc in Tunis. ” She received the 2007 Award Cultures France creators Without Borders.
Director of France 3 Corse Antennas
A journalist by training, she practiced in Corsica from 1989 to 2004 where she created the first audiovisual press agency in the region. Director of antennas France 3 Corse since 2007, she accompanied the development of VIA STELLA.
Vice President Marseille Provence Métropole
MD, amateur photo, Patrick Magro was elected in Septèmes, Provence since 1983, he was the Assistant to the crops, and still serve as Managing Editor of the local newspaper The Septémois.
Degree in philosophy, literature and psychology, is director of 1985 to 2007 in television TV3 (Television de Catalunya). She co-directed several documentaries that have been recognized internationally. In 2006 she was awarded the National Audiovisual Culture.
Director, RAI, Italy
After starting his career at the antenna of the RAI in Perugia, Lorenzo Hendel integrates RAI3 in Rome as a documentary filmmaker. He realizes movies in the world. Since 2008 he is responsible for the weekly magazine DOC3 RAI. His first feature film Quando i bambini giocano in cielo (2005) has received several international awards.
Director of the Cinematheque of Algiers, Algeria
MD, Badia Sator was mayor of the municipality of Sidi M’hamed from 1997 to 2000. Since 2003 she is Director of the culture of the wilaya of Algiers and also directs the film library of the capital. She is president of the feminist “RACHDI.”
Le Monde, France
Journalist since the age of 23, he worked as a writer in many television magazines. He then joined the service of Liberation Media Television before becoming a TV columnist for the magazine France Football. Since 1997 he worked at Le Monde, where he is now editor of the Media service.
After TV producer for advertising agencies, she founded the company Cyclops Productions established in Athens since 1999, which produces mainly documentaries and docudramas quality, co-produced for an international market.
Deputy Director of Information in charge of magazines 2M TV, Morocco
After beginning his career as a journalist in Jeune Afrique, Reda Benjelloun returned to the Moroccan TV channel 2M as a reporter in writing French. Former editor of the magazine and host JT Dounia he became deputy director in charge of information magazines and magazine editor of Wide Angle. Director, he won the Grand Prix National de la Presse for his documentary African Wanderings.
Writer, director and writer, France
Self-taught journalist since 1972, Daniel Grandclément Chaffy began his career at the ORTF. He had a first part of a career in political journalism in FR3, TF1, France Inter, RTL. In particular, the host of Screen on Antenne 2. Its main objective is the “big” story, it continues to perform today at Thalassa, do not dream, TF1, Arte. In 2008 he received the Award for his reporting Figra The Martyrs of the Gulf of Aden.
FIGRA general director, France
In 1983 he set up a “Café Theatre” in La Ciotat, and then work for the Festival of the city and lead the House of the image. He then co-direct the Festival “The Adventure of information”, in Istres and Fos-sur-Mer. In 1993 he created the International Festival of News Reporting FIGRA.
Writer, director and producer, Lebanon
Franco-Lebanese director Philippe Aractingi is a forty films, features, documentaries and art films, shot around the world. He turned Bosta in 2005, the first musical film post-war and his second feature film Under the Bombs on the war in Lebanon in 2006 was awarded 23 prizes. Under the Bombs and Bosta represented Lebanon at the Oscars in 2006 and 2009.
Journalist, filmmaker, Spain
Degree in History and Communication Sciences at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Since 1989 he has headed the program Thalassa Catalan, el Mar. He is also author of numerous reports and documentaries. He has received several awards including the Bronze Award Àngel audiovisual communication in 2003 and the price Nacional de Cultura 2010 for his work in global broadcasting.
In 1978, she founded her services company specializing in the development of public relations and organizing exhibitions and cultural events where she coordinates the activities of audiovisual production. Independent producer has made many documentaries and news reports. She received a David di Donatello and a Golden Globe for the short film Senza Parole (1996).
She began working in the sales department of the RAI in 1990 as director of sales abroad.
All the jurys of the 14th edition
Khaled Al Khamissi-President of the Jury –
Khaled Al Khamissi was born in Egypt in Cairo. A graduate of Political Science at Cairo University, he holds a postgraduate degree at the University of Sorbonne in Paris.
In January 2007, he released his first novel “Taxi,” which became a bestseller in Egypt and the Arab world. In 2008, “Taxi” is translated in English, Italian, French and recently published by Actes Sud, Spanish and Greek translations are planned.
Khaled Al Khamissi is also a producer, filmmaker, and writing as a journalist, articles every week in many Egyptian newspapers.
Price spread for France 3 Méditerranée “The other 8 May 45” (2008)
Before embarking on the implementation, Yasmina Adi was press secretary, before becoming in 1997 an assistant director. She then devoted to writing documentaries. “The other May 8, 1945-The origins of the war in Algeria” is his first film. The documentary also won the Star of SCAM 2009, awards thirty documentaries for French television. It was also broadcast on France 2, the CPAC audience Senate, Al Jazeera, TV5 Monde and selected from many. Festivals such as Amiens, Barcelona, Brussels, Ouagadougou, Tunis, Rabat. She is currently preparing his second documentary.
Fulvia ALBERTI studied film at the University of Turin, Bologna and the University of Paris III. Feeding a deep passion for the films of Robert Bresson, she wrote her thesis on the treatment of sound in films of the director.
Corresponding to a magazine Milanese Musiche, she has traveled the Parisian scene in search of musicians to be discovered. To print, she covered the war in Iraq, the end of the Iron Curtain in Eastern Europe, the Chernobyl fallout … and made reports and documentaries for ARTE, France 2, France 3.Elle preparing a film in Iraq, where she initiated, with the NGO Alterdoc a workshop documentary film, now in its fourth edition (http://doku3.wordpress.com). When she has free time, Fulvia Alberti wrote and published the new (Collections: The rossa primavera, La memoria del mare).
Assistant Director TV Ankara, Turkey
Zeynep Capakçur studied literature in Ankara, particularly concentrating on the study of literature and of French and Greek. After working for Turkish Telecom, she joined the TRT (Turkish Radio & Television), where it began in 2003 in the Department of acquisitions of documentaries, magazines and music. In 2006 she joined the department acquisition of feature films, and was finally appointed in 2008 Assistant Director of Sales and Acquisitions of the TRT.
Zeynep Capakçur attended for several years in many festivals and film markets: Discop (Budapest), American Film Market (Los Angeles) screening French (France), MIPTV (Cannes), Berlin Film Festival …
Documentary unit TV5 Monde, France
Louis-David Delahaye is responsible for TV5 MONDE documentary unit since 2006.
He previously served as a fiction writer and journalist in the press media. He holds a Master of Contemporary History 2 specialty television at the Sorbonne.
The documentary has an important place in the programming of TV5MONDE, which offers its audience nearly 300 hours of documentaries per year: 5 unreleased documentary a week and a great meeting place for 90 minutes per month. TV5 Monde emphasizes the plurality of entries: documentaries very unifying and others who express the views of an author. They revolve around three axes Editorial: The discovery Society, History.
Mustapha Chabbani turned to television production after an academic and professional background in biomedical engineering. Only at the end of 1991, he became director of Next Vision, a multimedia production company and film designed to develop the production of documentaries, animation, 3D architectural, of multimedia archives in the Middle East.
Mustapha Chabbani has also participated in archaeological excavations in Beirut and other ancient sites. He has produced numerous documentaries and multi-media documents contractors ethnoarchaeology, cultural heritage and urban projects in the Middle East. Since 2007, he studied the impact of digital cinema production and distribution of independent films and alternative media. For this research, a pilot will be conducted to pave the way for a major project in the Middle East and North Africa, a mix of film and theater as a new art form.
Sergi Doladé I SERRA
Director MEDIMED, Spain
Since 2000, Sergi Doladé is executive director of the Producers Association Euro-Mediterranean (APIMED), and MEDIMED, Market Euro-Mediterranean documentary that takes place every year in Sitges, Spain.
His involvement in the audiovisual sector began in 1998 when he was appointed to head the Department of International Relations Spanish film company Els Films de la Rambla. He is a regular international juries of documentary festivals.
From 1998 to 2004, he was vice-president of the ADF AV Audiovisual for the promotion of audiovisual talent. Since 2006 he teaches film at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. It was chosen this year as a member of the selection committee documentary projects by the Government of Andalusia
Director France 3 Corse, France
Paolacci Rose, 47, is Director of antennas france3 Corsica since 2007. As such, it supports the development of VIASTELLA chain that aims broadcast on national territory and programs Corsican Mediterranean. Fifteen hours of daily programs with a diversity ranging from documentary, emission discovered territories, music and film in the Mediterranean.
A mission of content that is also accompanied by a strong involvement in the economic development of the audiovisual industry island.
A journalist by training, she practiced in Corsica from 1989 to 2004 where she created the first audiovisual press agency of the region corresponding successively TF1 (1990-1997) and Canal + (2000-2004). During the same period it supports the emergence of new talent of filmmakers producing documentaries and short films. Next came several collaborations with France 3 in the region, as deputy editor, before returning to Corsica.
Director of the Festival of Marseille, France
Passionate about art in all its forms, Apolline Quintrand, after studying philosophy at Aix-en-Provence and English literature at Manchester and London, as selected Marseille port.
Translator of English, she became in 1977 one of the first voice of Fip in 1982 and participated in the creation of Radio Free Forum 92, she will then script editor for television news. At 92, she moved from Madrid to Seville where she discovered flamenco and Averroes consider it for 3 years.
This is the end of 1995 the City of Marseilles gave him carte blanche to imagine a festival devoted to the Arts. In fifteen years, the festival of dance and the arts multiple Marseille hosted thousands of artists from around the world, opening to the public Marseille prospects of discovery and emotion rare.
Mohamed Tozy is university professor at Sciences Politiques of Aix-en-Provence and the Department of Sociology at the University of Provence. It is also a researcher at BLADES / MMSH and director of the Moroccan Centre for Social Sciences at the University Hassan II in Casablanca.
Tozy Mohamed is a former member of the Committee to support the Moroccan Cinema (Moroccan Cinematographic Centre). He is the author, among other things, political Islam and Monarchy (Political Science Press. 2000), the Mediterranean anthropologists (Maisonneuve Rose 2005), Islam in everyday life: a survey of religious values and practices in Morocco (Casablanca ed. Prologues, 2007).
Asun GOMEZ BUENO – President of the Jury Report-
Director of Channel 24 – TVE, Spain
After studying communication sciences and information at the Complutense University of Madrid, Asun Gomez largely involved in the audiovisual sector, especially within the TVE (Spanish Television). Since 2004, she was director “Exchanges, News and International Relations” of TVE and joined the same year, the Mediterranean Observatory of Communication (ECMO). From 2007 to 2009, Asun Gomez is a member of the News and Editorial Subcomité of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). In 2009, the EBU reward Award “Excellence 2009 Exchanges and News.” The same year she was elected President of Subcomité Editoriel and vice-chair of the News of the EBU.
She was recently appointed to head the chain any info on Spanish television, Channel 24.
EPTV journalist, Algeria
Afaf Belhouchet is a journalist and presenter for television and Algerian radio. She began her career in 1997 on Algerian radio channel 3. In 2003, she became a permanent correspondent in France the Canal Algeria. It continues in parallel to develop and present to this chain of weekly programs and special programs devoted to cultural or political events.
She was also moderator of international conferences organized by the UN and UNESCO on Internet Governance in 2006 and the diversity in the media in 2007.
She was a member of the International Jury Grand Prix for Author’s Documentaries of URTI in Monaco in 2008.
Grand Reporter at TSR, Switzerland
Jean-Daniel Bohnenblust studied political science at the University of Geneva and graduated in the early 1990s. He joined the Swiss Television in 1986 and worked for 10 years as manager image on different issues. Ten years he will make many photographic trips mostly in Asia Minor and also work in conjunction with ICRC occasionally.
From 1996 he worked as a journalist and television news programs to news magazines since 2000 on shows such as “A word”, “Focus” and “Present Time.”
Deputy Secretary General of the CIRCOM, France
Journalist, Catherine Bomeisler helps launch in 1991 of three Atlantic France in La Rochelle, a local despremières France 3, 2000 and participated in the design and creation of two other local Strasbourg and Mulhouse. She has been editor of the editorial de France 3 Alsace. Since 2007, she is also Deputy Secretary General of the CIRCOM, European association of regional public television, which currently includes over 300 television than forty European countries, Moldova to Ireland and Sweden in Cyprus. The missions of the CIRCOM revolve around two core activities: training programs for young journalists, and journalists more qualified, and exchange programs with CIRCOM Award which annually recognizes a dozen reports of documentary and fiction.
Journalist with Al Jazeera, France-Algeria
Derradji Ayache, a journalist of Algerian origin, he began his career 13 years ago in the European string “Euronews”. He then worked in Paris in the production of documentary films, before joining Al Jazeera in 1999. Reporter, he covered events in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He is currently a correspondent for Al Jazeera in Paris, but also special envoy of the chain in many regions of the world. Isabelle Staes is a reporter and assistant editor at France 2, where she worked since 1987.
Until 1999, she was a reporter in the drafting France 2, where she covered conflicts including the Middle East and Africa (Rwanda genocide, riots and fall of Mobutu in Zaire ..). It also carries many stories for the magazine “Special Envoy” (Daily Life in Russia, the oil wells on fire in Kuwait during the second Gulf War, African wildlife in danger …). From 1999 to 2003, she was sent to Rome and special permanent bureau chief of France 2, Italy. Isabelle Staes is now based in Marseille, having headed the foreign policy of France 2 until 2008. She is also President of Press Club Marseille Provence South Alps.
Deputy editor at France 2
Isabelle Staes is deputy editor at France 2, where she worked since 1987. Until 1999, she was a reporter in the drafting France 2, where she covered conflicts including the Middle East and Africa (Rwanda genocide, riots and fall of Mobutu in Zaire ..). It also carries many stories for the magazine “Special Envoy” (Daily Life in Russia, the oil wells on fire in Kuwait during the second Gulf War, African wildlife in danger …). From 1999 to 2003, she was sent to Rome and special permanent bureau chief of France 2, Italy. Isabelle Staes is now based in Marseille, having headed the foreign policy of France 2 until 2008. She is also President of Press Club Marseille Provence South Alps.