Jonathan is based in London. He writes a weekly online column for Film Comment, contributes regularly to The Observer, Sight & Sound, Screen Daily and others, and teaches at the National Film and Television School.
He is the co-writer of Fiona Tan’s feature History’s Future, and his short films as writer-director are L’Assenza and A Social Call. His books include Atom Egoyan and a collection of criticism, “Short Orders”.
Corina Şuteu’s career started in Romania: theatre critic, managing director of UNITER and Theatrum Mundi. It continued in France and New York, as an initiator, coordinator and developer of cultural institutions and programs, an expert and trainer in management and cultural policies.
She was the managing director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York and President of EUNIC USA, founder and president of the FilmETC Association and the Romanian Film Festival Making Waves hosted by the Lincoln Center. She published dozens of reports on the internationalization of cultural exchanges and European cultural policies. She was Minister of Culture in the technocrat government led by Dacian Cioloş.
Currently, Corina Şuteu is an international cultural consultant, president of FilmETC and curator of the Insula 42 space, together with her closest collaborators.