Jury Camera Justitia MtMF18

Anne Marie Stordiau

Anne Marie Stordiau has been Counsellor for Justice and Security at the Dutch Embassy in London since 2016. Until then she was director of the Communications Department at the Ministry of Justice and Security in the Hague and spokesperson for the Minister.

She studied Law and Public Management at the University in Leiden. Previously she has been trained as a violist at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. She is currently active in a diverse range of cultural organisations, for example as a board member of the theater company “Mugmetdegoudentand”.

Caroline Fournet

Prof. dr. Caroline Fournet is Professor of comparative criminal law and international justice at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Groningen, where she previously was Associate Professor and Rosalind Franklin Fellow.

Her current research focuses on the crime of genocide as well as on the fate of victims of international crimes after their death and the use of forensic evidence in international criminal justice. 

Jenny Hellmann

Jenny Hellmann co-directed the documentary Algo Mio – Argentina’s Stolen Children, together with Regina Mennig. Algo Mio was the winner of the Camera Justitia Award 2017. Jenny is a Sociologist and Researcher at the Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture". She is currently working on her PhD project, examining the emotional penetration of the law in the context of transnational justice on the basis of the recent criminal proceedings in Argentina.

Necati Sönmez

Necate Sönmez has worked as film critic and journalist before starting to make documentary films. He is one of the founders of Documentarist Istanbul Documentary Days which was launched in 2008 and soon became the most important documentary festival in Turkey. The following year he started Which Human Rights? Film Festival with the same team. So far, he has served as jury member in over 30 film festivals around the world and curated documentary programs in several events as guest curator. 

Matthew Cannock

Matthew Cannock has been a Legal Officer at the Coalition for the International Criminal Court since 2010, coordinating advocacy on behalf of civil society on a wide-range of topics including fair trial rights and legal representation, victims’ participation and budget advocacy. Matthew also oversees the Coalition’s extensive trial monitoring programme. In relation to cooperation, Matthew coordinates the Coalition’s team on ICC cooperation issues, which undertakes advocacy with State Parties, and is made up of many civil society organisations active on the issue of cooperation with the ICC. Matthew holds an LL.M. (cum laude) from Leiden University.