Quirine Lengkeek Quirine Lengkeek studied sociology and works for Pink Terrorists. As a passionate queer activist, she has selected films that can inform a broad audience about queer and migrant issues around the world.
Ana-Paula Lima Ana-Paula Lima is a Brazilian activist and works for COC Amsterdam where she is especially involved in programs for bi-cultural LGBT’s. As a proud trans woman she strives for honesty, respect and equality. For IQMF she curated films from Latin America and focused on the way trans* people are represented.
Lara Nuberg Lara Nuberg (1990) studied history and works as a freelance producer, writer and editor for several media and social organisations. She started working for IQMF since the first edition of 2015. As a programmer she mainly focused on the relationship between storytelling and cinematography and the relevance of each selected film for the main themes of the festival.
Eero Nurmi Eero Nurmi (1988) is a critical Gender Studies enthusiast who sees the potential of film to ‘queer’ the worldview of anyone and everyone. He especially aims to impact children and youth through media education. For the film selection he primarily focused on the agency taken on by queer migrant subjects, and their cinematic representations.
Aziz Sohail Aziz Sohail is a curator, writer and arts manager based in Pakistan. He has worked in public programming and outreach for the Lahore Biennale Foundation and was a visiting faculty member at the National College of Arts in Lahore. He is a 2017 South Asia Studies Fellow at Cornell University.