Anne Santa Maria is pioneering the online scripted short form genre in France. As a pacesetter in digital series, she produced the first Studio4 and Arte France online series of which the multi award winning web series "Osmosis" is now being adapted for Netflix. She was a commissioning editor, creative executive and producer at Groupe TF1, head of drama at FremantleMedia France and a consultant at Gaumont. She also founded a young talents’ incubator and a production label as part of the Newen Group.
Bernhard Gleim from Hamburg worked for Radio Bremen and NDR and has been involved with series productions like "Berlin, Berlin", "Sommer in Lesmona", "Türkisch für Anfänger" and "Tatortreiniger". He lectures at the Film University in Ludwigsburg and freelances for "network movie" in Hamburg.
Media studies professor Markus Kuhn currently researches at the Institute of Modern German Literature and Media in Kiel. His interest fields are film and transmedial narratology, web series, genre theory, biopics, transmedia storytelling, narration on the Internet, as well as comic and animation studies.
Lina Kokaly studied literature and started as a trainee at Radio Bremen which included working at ARD in Berlin and at the dpa office in Istanbul. She originated the web series "Wishlist" as script editor. Since 2014 she works as moderator and reporter for Radio Bremen and is mostly responsible for serial formats of "funk" and audio drama series for ARD Audiothek.
Bernd-Günther Nahm used to be the head of Filmwerkstatt Kiel and Kulturelle Filmförderung Schleswig-Holstein. He organised the German-Danish educational program "Filmtrain" and the cross media initiative "First Motion", managed the Filmfest Augenweide, the documentary film festival "Territorium Film" in Kaliningrad and curated the Festival du Cinéma Allemand in Nantes. Since 2014 he teaches media students at the university in Kiel.