Audiocollectief Schik è un collettivo composto da Nele Eeckhout, Siona Houthuys e Mirke Kist.
Il trio belga-olandese è impegnato nella produzione teatrale, radiofonica e letteraria, nell’ideazione di documentari radiofonici e podcast in equilibrio tra narrazione ed esperienza, sul confine labile tra radio e teatro.
Il loro podcast BOB, prodotto per l'emittente olandese Vpro nel 2017, ha vinto il primo Dutch Podcast Award come Best Podcast of the Netherlands 2018 ed è stato finalista nella sezione Digital Audio del Prix Europa. Audiocollectief Schik è stato selezionato per l’IDFA 2017 e ha vinto il premio De Tegel nel 2018.
Il loro ultimo lavoro è il podcast El Tarangu, prodotto per Vpro nel 2019.
Andrea Borgnino è giornalista, autore e conduttore radiofonico.
Per Radio 3 RAI ha realizzato diversi programmi dedicati al mondo della radio.
Ha lavorato al Gr RAI e a Radio1 come autore del programma Golem .
Nel 2009 è stato New Media Manager presso l'EBU di Ginevra. Nel 2010 è uscito il suo libro Radio Pirata (Persiani Editore). È membro del Comitato Radio dell'EBU e responsabile dei contenuti del canale Radio Rai Techetè, dedicato agli archivi radiofonici RAI. Ogni giovedì racconta su Radio3 le novità dell'etere nella rubrica Interferenze.
Daria Corrias è senior producer e commissioning editor di Tre Soldi, lo spazio di RAI Radio3 dedicato al radio documentario. Ha co-curato e seguito centinaia di documentari; tra i più recenti, Il Sottosopra di Gianluca Stazi e Giuseppe Casu ha vinto il Prix Italia e Prix Europa 2018. È inoltre co-curatrice di Zazà, il programma di Rai Radio 3 che racconta il Sud Italia.
Come autrice radiofonica ha prodotto lavori che sono stati selezionati e premiati in festival nazionali e internazionali: Prix Europa, BFF-Bellaria Film Festival, Premio Sabina Sganga, Premio Marco Rossi - Radio Articolo 1, Premio Anello Debole.
Dal 2014 insegna Reportage Radiofonico presso il Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia di Roma.
Maya has been at TCIAF since 2013, where she has moved her way up from intern, to social media strategist and artistic associate. She also performs as one of Third Coast's licensed Podcast Therapists, offering podcast "prescriptions" to audiences in Chicago and beyond. She is active in the community of Chicago independent radio producers. A native Californian, she re-located to the Midwest after graduating from Middlebury College.
Emily has been involved with Third Coast since 2015 where she shaped the identity of the first-ever Fest in 2016. She is a freelance multimedia journalist, producer, and editor in Ohio, D.C., Massachusetts, and New York.
At Third Coast, she’s particularly interested in the way that the medium can tell the story—whether it’s the shape of a session, the style of the Conference brochure, or the community that can form in one room around a single piece of audio.
She explores new narrative forms and by defending the idea of multiple identities, she works on staging hybrid bodies and voices. Fallon Mayanja's work, a place of sound and visual composition, is the result of experiments, dialogues created with and by technological tools.
Ariana Martinez is an audio artist of Puerto Rican descent raised in various towns and cities across the U.S. mainland. Ariana is currently based in New York City and their creative practice spans across audio and visual work in an attempt to understand the relationships between people and places. They work to reveal the landscape and built environments as sites of expression and experimentation while also recognizing and challenging geographic, social, and political boundaries. Ariana believes that it is possible to be in reciprocal conversation with our surroundings and to create a porous, malleable, and generous experience of the places we inhabit.
Eleanor McDowall is the founder of Radio Atlas - an English language home for subtitled audio. She is also a Director at the British independent radio production company - Falling Tree Productions.
In 2019 Eleanor's and Falling Tree production's piece A sense of quietness won the Prix Europa and the Third Coast International Competition.
Radio Atlas received a Special Commendation at the Prix Europa in 2016, the Silver Award for Best New Podcast at the British Podcast Awards in 2018 and has been featured at film and audio festivals around the world including First Look, True/False, CPH:Dox, Sheffield Doc/Fest, On Air Fest, Audiocraft and Frames of Representation.
Graduated from the Scuola d'Arte Drammatica "Paolo Grassi" in Milan, Mauro Pescio is a theater actor and radio author. Since 2012 he has written and co-authored with Matteo Caccia the radio shows Voi siete qui (Radio24) Una vita and Pascal (RAI Radio 2) and Linee d'Ombra (Radio 24). From 2017 he collaborates with RAI Radio3 Tre Soldi. Together with Matteo Caccia he wrote La Piena, the popular audio series produced by Audible Italia. In the last 4 years he has toured across Italy with Mio Cugino, a strange hybrid of storytelling and live comedy show.
Rodolfo Sacchettini studies and extensively writes about theater, radio and literature.
In 2018 his latest book Scrittori alla radio. Interventi, riviste e radiodrammi per un'arte invisibile was published by Firenze University Press. He collaborates with Enciclopedia Treccani, RAI Radio3 and Rete Toscana Classica.
He teaches Audio Documentary at Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan.
Belgian-Polish Katharina Smets molds documentary materials into performances, sound guides and radio productions. Fascinated by memories and archives, her collaborations with other artists and musicians invariably start from a shared need to give voice to vulnerable stories.
Currently working on a PhD in the arts, Katharina teaches audio storytelling at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp. Katharina curates the audio story festival Oorzaken in Amsterdam and she is a proud co-founder of MIRP, the Meeting of Independent Radio Producers.
Before joining Third Coast, Isabel was the StoryBooth Intern for StoryCorps in Chicago, where she edited short stories for community partner organizations. Isabel moved to Chicago after a year living in Indonesia, where she got in only two motorbike crashes. In her spare time, she swaps her headphones for a helmet to skate with the Windy City Rollers on the roller derby track.
Jonathan Zenti is an independent radio producer based in Milan, Italy.
He is the content director at Voxnest and he is the curator of the Mondoascolti program at the Internazionale Festival in Ferrara. Since 2004 he frequently collaborates with RAI Radio3.
He is co-founder and a proud board member of MIRP – Meeting of Independent Radio Producers.
He has been finalist at the Prix Europa twice and he won the GanBéarla Award 2015 at the Hearsay Audio Festival in Ireland. His podcast Meat got to the final stage of Radiotopia’s Podquest. He is the author of the podcast Problemi.