Robert Tomić Zuber was born in Pula in 1976. He holds a diploma in sociology and has worked for the past twenty years as a journalist and editor in the Croatian press, on radio and on television, as well as working for international media like the BBC. He has received two awards from the Croatian Journalists' Association for his work. Over the past decade he has directed four long feature documentaries. „At the Station in Pula“ (2001.) , „Accidental Son“ (2008.), "Mila seeking Senida" (2010.) (awarded by Human Rights Award at Sarajevo Film Festival"), "Million dollar life" (2017.). For three years from 2013.-2016. he was a Head of Documentary Production of Croatian national television. Today he is a freelancer, and owner of a new production house named "TOROlab." and lecturer at Zagreb's faculty of Vern'. He is founder and director of RAFF - Rab Film Festival in Croatia.