There will be four look&roll-awards for contributions to this year’s competiton:
1st price of the Jury: CHF 5’000.-
2nd price of the Jury: CHF 2’500.-
1st Audience Award: CHF 5’000.-
2nd Audience Award: CHF 2’500.-
Member’s of the jury 2020:
The theatre director, author and essayist Boris Nikitin, born in Basel and a son of Ukrainian-Slovakian-French-Jewish immigrants, writes and directs in the international independent theatre scene as well as in established city theatres. He is the initiator and artistic director of the festival „It’s The Real Thing“ that takes place biennially in Basel/Switzerland.
Kathrin Lemler works as an educationalist, project manager, authoress, director and woman in charge of seven access workers. She is, by the way, also a woman living with a disability. Currently has a master’s degree in rehabilitation sciences in Cologne, where she is currently working as a scientific assistant. Kathrin is communicating through her computer and has presented several screenings of «look&roll» in Bonn and Cologne.
Marita Loosen-Fox is a freelance authoress and filmmaker in the fields of art, film, cultural history and current affairs. Over the past 15 years she creates on a regular base contributions for «KurzSchluss», a German French shortfilm programme broadcast by ARTE/WDR. Since 2012 she has produced four broadcasts with a main focus on «look&roll».
Wille Felix Zante
Wille lives and works in Berlin, where he graduated in Sign Language and American Studies. He is working as a volunteer with deaf people, writes reviews on video games and articles on deaf culture and theatre. In his spare time he enjoys his activities as an dramatic adviser and actor in the theatre project «Die Taube Zeitmaschine».