Ernie Tee is the study director of the Propedeuse and a lecturer in Film History and Film Analysis at the Art College Sint-lukas in Brussels. He also works as a scenario consultant, freelance publicist and dramatist for feature films and documentaries
Joost Rekveld (1970, Netherlands) has been involved in making abstract films and light installations since 1991. His animations are inspired by cybernetics, artificial life and robotic architecture. His film titled “#11, Marey<-> Moiré (1999) was the first Dutch film to be showcased at the Sundance Film Festival. He has published numerous essays and film programmes about the history of abstract animation and light art.
Camiel van Winkel
Camiel van Winkel is a writer on contemporary art and film and a professor at the LUCA School of Arts, Sint-Lukas in Brussels. His educational background includes an M.A in Art History from the University of Groningen and a PhD in humanities from the University of Amsterdam.
Yann Beauvais is an Paris-born American filmmaker and film critic. He organises experimental cinema events in France and other countries. After his education in film and philosophy, he was extensively influenced by contemporary art especially Russian formalism and minimal structuralism and even ventured into learning music. His works involve attempts to find an apt and appropriate balance between formalism and lyricism.