Eszter Kondor has been working at the Austrian Film Museum since 2009. She is the author of Aufbrechen. Die Gründung des Österreichischen Filmmuseums, a German-language chronicle of the early history of the Film Museum.
Michael Loebenstein is the director of the Austrian Film Museum. His work as a curator, researcher, and author since the late 1990s has focused on issues of film, digital media, culture, memory, archives, and museums.
Alexander Horwath is the former director of the Austrian Film Museum in Vienna and the Vienna International Film Festival. Among his publications are books on film curatorship, Michael Haneke, Josef von Sternberg, and American cinema of the 1960s and 70s.
Michael Omasta is the film editor of the weekly Falter and board member of SYNEMA – Society for Film & Media. He has conducted numerous research projects on filmmakers in exile and (co-)edited film books on Claire Denis, Alexander Hammid, Carl Mayer, Wolf Suschitzky, and Peter Lorre, among others.
Nick Pinkerton is a freelance journalist and film programmer. He has written about films for Sight & Sound, Artforum, the Village Voice, Moving Image Source, and Reverseshot, among other publications. He is currently a member of the New York Film Critics Circle.