Urs Dillier has been dealing with film for many years and intensively with film series for about 10 years. As a trained typographer, he worked independently for many years in the field of book, magazine and brochure design (Atelier Urs and Thomas Dillier). From 2009 to 2018 he was responsible for the design and layout of the ProgrammZeitung Basel. He is the main initiator of the series festivalproject.
Katharina Dillier, a graduate of the School of Applied Linguistics (language teacher) in Zurich, has worked as a proofreader for various newspapers in Zurich and Basel. Together with Urs Dillier, she has visited various film festivals in Germany and France. She has been actively involved in the ‹Serienfestival Basel› initiative since the very beginning.
Daniel Muzzulini musicologist and mathematician, is interested in serial, parallel and network-based narrative forms. He is project manager Sound Colour Space – A Virtual Museum at the Zurich University of the Arts.
Claudia Schweizer works in marketing and advertising sales at ProgrammZeitung and bachmann medien. The trained bookseller and dipl. Marketing assistant has many years of experience in sales, marketing and communication. She also heads the KULTURPOOL,the large advertising combination of Swiss cultural magazines.
Charlotte Heinimann trained as an actress in Basel and Berlin. This was followed by engagements at various theatres (including Theater Basel, Schauspielhaus Zürich, Theater am Neumarkt Zürich, Stadttheater Bern) as well as in film and television. Her theatre work includes classical roles such as Gertrude in ‘Hamlet’ or the mother in ‘Brand’, as well as various musical evenings with songs and chansons. In addition, she also works again and again as a moderator and speaker.
RolandStrub has beenenthusiasticaboutthemedium of filmsincehischildhood and hasdevelopedintoapassionatecollectorof films (includingsilentfilms, classics,blockbustersandseries).HestudiedGermanliterature and linguistics,philosophy and computerscienceinBaselandgraduatedwithalicentiate in 1995.Fortenyears he workedasaneditoratvarious publishing houses andsince2006hehasbeenpublishingdirectorofProgrammZeitungVerlagsAG.
Olaf Jäggy's main job is as Administrative Assistant Tax & Legal. Due to his great passion for films, he has been involved in smaller film projects on the side since 2013 and has trained as a screenwriter at the Script Academy in Berlin.