The Minikino Film Week 10 International Jury Board comprises a diverse group of art, literature, and film professionals from various nationalities, disciplines, and genders. They will review the nominated short films from 2024 that have passed the official selection process and conduct a deliberation meetings for the 2024 Awards.

The ultimate decision will be made during the festival after final deliberations among the jury members.

The international juries will decide on the winner in each category for:

  • MFW Best Short Film of the Year Award 2024
  • MFW10 Best Children Short Award
  • MFW10 Best Fiction Short Award
  • MFW10 Best Documentary Short Award
  • MFW10 Best Animation Short Award
  • MFW10 Best Experimental Short Award

Minikino Film Week 10 has the honor to present the international jury members:


Film Programmer, USA

Ash is a features Programmer at the Sundance Film Festival. He has also worked as the Director of Programming of Damn These Heels Film Festival as well as a Senior Programmer at Outfest Los Angeles.

Ash is a 2021 Project Involve Fellow and has also been involved in programming NewFest NY, Sun Valley Film Festival, Overlook Film Festival, and AFI Fest and worked in production at ABC, Mssng Peces, and The Annoyance Theater.


Entrepreneur, Art & Cultural Activist, Indonesia

Marlowe Bandem, a true polymath, has contributed significantly in various fields. He oversees ITB STIKOM Bali, the largest IT campus in Bali, and is a co-founder of the Bali 1928 Archive, aimed at protecting Bali’s cultural heritage fromthe 1930s.

In finance, he is known for his diligent asset management skills. As a DJ and digital artist, he explores the creative intersections between art and technology. Currently, he holds the position of Executive Director for Indonesiaat Quantum Temple, where he employs Web 3.0 and blockchain technology for cultural preservation.


Art & Cultural Activist, Magic Lantern Enthusiast, France

Roger Gonin has been working for the Clermont-Ferrand Short film Festival from 1980 to 2015. He was at the origin of the Short Film Market and its technical development such as the first market video server in 2003 and the online registration platform; shortfilmdepot.com.

Roger, whose dream is to one day establish a museum dedicated to magic lanterns and stereoscopic viewers, has directed two shorts and worked on several others. He is currently making historical researches and lectures about itinerants showing the magic lantern during the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries.