For each edition of PriMed two international juries are composed by professionals of televisions and film directors, producers, broadcasters from the Mediterranean.*
The international jury of PriMed 2022
Annick COJEAN – PRESIDENT
Journalist – Author and reporter for Le Monde
Annick COJEAN has spent her entire career as a journalist with the editorial staff of Le Monde, where she has been a senior reporter since 1991. In 1996, she received the Albert Londres Prize for her articles devoted to the Memoirs of the Shoah. She then chaired the jury for this prestigious Prize from 2010 to 2020. Known for long investigations, she has written extensively about the subject of rape, used as a weapon of war. She wrote a book in Libya translated into twenty languages (Les Proies , in Gaddafi’s harem) and devoted a film (with Manon LOIZEAU) to the rapes committed by the Syrian regime (Le cri stifled). Author of several books, she has collected her great interviews with inspiring women in a collection entitled We wouldn’t have arrived there if…
Coordinator of international projects at HRT
Alma PIJACA graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Zagreb. Initially a translator at HRT (Croatian Radio and Television), she joined the Department of International Relations in 1995 as EBU Coordinator for Croatian Radio. Since 2006, she has been the International Projects Coordinator of the Croatian channel. She participates in the organization of international events hosted by the HRT, supervises the selection and sending of programs to international festivals, coordinates and monitors co-production projects. She is also the HRT representative on the CMCA Board of Directors. Since 1997, she has participated in the organization of the Marulic Prize, an international radio festival located on the island of Hvar.
Editor-in-chief at France Télévisions
Stéphane DUBUN began his career in 1992 as a reporter for France 2 and then for France 3 National. He was successively senior reporter, deputy editor-in-chief of 19/20 national then editor-in-chief of Soir 3. Subsequently, he was editor-in-chief then general secretary of the antennas of France 24. In 2016, he was appointed Director of France Info TV until 2021. He is now editor-in-chief at France Télévisions in charge of developing the Mediterranea TV platform. Stéphane DUBUN directed, with Marie DRUCKER, the documentary From New Orleans to Washington, diving into deep America (2012). As a director, he has also worked on documentaries such as Bagdad, ville violente (2014), or Les mercenaires contre Daesh (2015). Of Franco-British nationality, Stéphane DUBUN holds a law degree and is a graduate of Bordeaux School of Journalism.
Director of External Relations at EPTV (2019 – September 2022)
A graduate in sociology and communication, Houria KHATIR began working for Algerian public television (EPTV) in 1983 as a producer, presenter and specialized reporter. She then became project manager for the 3rd satellite channel (A3) in 1999. Director of A3 from 2000 to 2006, then Assistant to the Director General of EPTV in charge of the file (ASBU) until 2008, she directed the ASBU News and Programs Clearinghouse in Algiers from 2009 to January 2017. In 2017, she returned to television as a Specialized Analyst with the Director General of EPTV. Finally, she held the position of Director of External Relations from 2019 to September 2022.
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.