Jure Niedorfer


Producer, director, and videographer Jure Niedorfer (born in 1981) has a bachelor’s degree in geography. He’s the father of two wild rascals. For the past twenty-five years, he’s been pursuing various mountain activities, and he’s been working as a professional filmmaker for the last fifteen years. While most of his projects are commercial, he’s participated in various festivals where he’s won several awards. He’s motivated by his passion for the mountains, the aesthetics of the images, and the sincerity of the stories.

Melania Lunazzi


Art historian and journalist Melania Lunazzi (born in 1971) has had a strong passion for mountains since she was a teenager. She likes climbing and ski mountaineering, especially in the Dolomites, Carnic Alps, and Julian Alps. As a freelancer, she works for different Italian magazines and newspapers writing about art and mountain topics. She is also an archive researcher who’s written several books dedicated to local alpine pioneers such as Napoleone Cozzi and Balthazar Hacquet. In 2019, she wrote a drama about the Grassi sisters, two unconventional mountain women, which has become a successful theatre production.

Iztok Osojnik


Writer, translator, alpinist, and world traveller Dr. Iztok Osojnik (born in  1951) is the author of over 50 books of poetry, fiction, and professional publications. His work has been translated into twenty-five languages. He’s also translated several books on alpinism written by Mark Twight, Stipe Božić, and Steve House, to name a few. During the most active period of his climbing career, he’s climbed some of the most demanding routes in Slovenian and elsewhere. He lives and works in Ljubljana.