British documentarian Michael Apted, who broke ground with decades-long chronicles of subjects’ lives, will chair the Camerimage fest main competition jury, the organization has announced.

Heather Stewart, creative director at the British Film Institute, and cinematographers Christian Berger (“The White Ribbon”), Stuart Dryburgh (“The Piano”), Stephen Goldblatt (“Lethal Weapon”), Karl Walter Lindenlaub (“Independence Day”) and Anastas N. Michos (“Man on the Moon”) will also serve, evaluating the best in world cinematography Nov. 11-18 in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Director-producer Brad Silberling (“City of Angels”) will lead the Polish films competition jury, alongside cinematographers Andrew Dunn (“The Bodyguard”), Denis Lenoir (“Demonlover”), Claudio Miranda (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”) and VFX supervisor Mark H. Weingartner (“Inception”).

Last year’s docu prize achievement winner Jay Rosenblatt (“Human Remains”) will preside over the docu features jury, serving with writer-producer-director Sheila Curran Bernard (“Slavery by Another Name”), DP John Davey (“La danse”), producer Karen Konicek (Zipporah Films) and director-producer Kristine Samuelson (“Arthur and Lillie”).

Director-writer-producer Steven Okazaki (“Days of Waiting”) will lead the docu shorts jury, working with sound editor Larry Blake (“Out of Sight”), DPs Louis-Philippe Capelle (“Black Island”), Rainer Klausmann (“The Experiment”) and Lisa Wiegand (“Dollhouse”).

The fest’s music videos section jury will be led by director-DP Wayne Isham (Metallica’s “Enter Sandman”), make-up artist Lois Burwell (“Braveheart”) and DPs Martin Coppen (Marilyn Manson’s “The Dope Show”) and Ed Lachman (“Far from Heaven”), and producer Richard Gladstein (“Reservoir Dogs”).