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Juan Antin - Director (03 March 2019)
Juan Antin

Director

Juan Antin has produced and directed over 70 shorts, series and music videos, exploring a variety of techniques like traditional drawing, stop motion, 2D, 3D as well as experimental techniques.


His first feature, Mercano, the Martian (2002) won the Special Jury Award at Annecy. His second one, Pachamama, has been nominated for a Lumières prize and for a César 2019.

Stéphane Aubier - Director (10 March 2019)
Stéphane Aubier

Director

After studies in animation at La Cambre, Stéphane Aubier started working with Vincent Patar on the 3 short paper cut-out films, the Pic Pic André Shoow. Then came the series A Town Called Panic soon followed by the feature of the same name and a 26 minutes, The Christmas Log, winner of the Cartoon d'Or 2014.


He co-directed the Oscar-winning feature Ernest & Celestine. He is co-signing La Foire agricole.

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Loup Blaster - Director (from 04 to 09 March 2019)
Loup Blaster

Director

Loup Blaster is an audiovisual artist based in Calais. Adept at both traditional and digital animation techniques, her style stands out for the diversity of the mediums she uses, from paper drawings to video extracts. She then reinvents these pictures into short video loops mixed during live performances (VJing).

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Anne Brotot - Director of MoPA (from 05 to 07 March 2019)
Anne Brotot

Director of MoPA

After graduating from EnsAD in 1983, Anne Brotot took part in the first ever Computer Graphics course in France. She then worked on one of the first 3D series, Les Fables géométriques, before looking after the creation of Supinfocom Arles, in 2000. She then spent some time as Director of Supinfocom Valenciennes, before coming back to Arles in 2017 to direct the school that has now become MoPA.

Mark Burton - Director - Screenwriter (from 05 to 07 March 2019)
Mark Burton

Director - Screenwriter

Mark Burton started out at the BBC and was a screenwriter with John O’Farrell for Spitting Image in the 1980s. He then worked with Dreamworks on Madagascar and with Aardman, on Chicken Run, The Curse of the Were Rabbit, Shaun the Sheep and the upcoming Farmageddon.

Paul Bush - Director - Animator (02 March 2019)
Paul Bush

Director - Animator

After studies in Fine Arts, Paul Bush taught himself how to make films at the London Filmmakers Co-op in the 1980s.


He started with frame by frame films in the 90s, using techniques such as scratching on film or animated objects, and has gone on to make several extraordinary works including the feature Babeldom. He has been teaching in many famous schools since 2003.

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Jeremy Clapin - Director (08 March 2019)
Jeremy Clapin

Director

After a scientific diploma, Jérémy Clapin changed direction for drawing and visual arts at the EnsAD in Paris.


He has made 3 multi-awarded shorts: Une Histoire vertébrale (2004), Skhizein (2009) and Palmipedarium (2012), and is currently preparing the feature J'ai perdu mon corps.

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Louis Clichy - Director - Animator (from 02 to 06 March 2019)
Louis Clichy

Director - Animator

After graduating from the Gobelins school in 2002, Louis Clichy worked for three years at Pixar, animating on such productions as Ratatouille, Wall-E and Up. In 2010, M6 studio called him to direct the feature Asterix and Obelix: Mansion of the Gods, with Alexandre Astier. Following its success, he made the second feature Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion.

Anca Damian - Director (09 March 2019)
Anca Damian

Director

Anca Damian wrote, produced and directed the feature The Magic Mountain (2015), rewarded in Annecy and Karlovy Vary. The film went on to be selected in over sixty festivals and won ten prizes. Her feature, Crulic - The Path to Beyond, a co-production between Romania and Poland, won the Annecy Cristal in 2012, along with over 34 other prizes.

Eric Daniels - Animator (from 02 to 06 March 2019)
Eric Daniels

Animator

Eric Daniels was a traditional “pencil and paper” animator, but gravitated towards computer animation in its earliest days. He quickly taught himself to programme, and since then has specialized in combining these two. He has worked on films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Tarzan, Treasure Planet, The Princess and the Frog, Wreck-It Ralph, Big Hero 6 and Frozen.

Emma De Swaef - Director (from 04 to 09 March 2019)
Emma De Swaef

Director

Emma De Swaef specializes in stop motion and doll design. She is particularly fond of textiles and has made them her choice of materials to express her creative world. She has recently completed Ce Magnifique Gâteau ! (This Magnificent Cake!) with Marc James Roels, which has already won many awards. Previously, the two worked together on the multi-award-winning short Oh Willy... as well as other short films and commercials.

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Denis Do - Director (07 March 2019)
Denis Do

Director

Denis Do is a filmmaker, born in Paris in 1985, who graduated from Gobelins school in 2009. His first feature, Funan, is a family story taking place in the Khmer Rouge period inspired by events that happened to his own mother. The human dimension of his stories are often influenced by his French, Chinese and Cambodian background.

Mats Grorud - Director - Animator (from 01 to 03 March 2019)
Mats Grorud

Director - Animator

Mats Grorud has animated on various films and made two shorts. He also taught English and animation in a refugee camp in Burj El Barajneh, Lebanon, which inspired him to write the scenario for his feature The Tower by using stories he heard from the refugees and his own experience.

Pierre Hénon - Historian (06 March 2019)
Pierre Hénon

Historian

Pierre Hénon has been a teaching pioneer and coordinator at EnsAD, where he introduced video in the 1970s and created and was director of the computer generated images and special effects post-grad course in the 1980s. He is the author of the recent reference book, Une Histoire française de l'animation numérique.

Marc James Roels - Director (04 March 2019)
Marc James Roels

Director

Originating from live action, Marc James Roels directed the award-winning shorts Mompelaar (2007) and A Gentle Creature (2010). He co-directed Oh Willy… (2012), with Emma De Swaef. This stop motion film has been selected in around 300 festivals and won over 80 prizes including the Cartoon d’Or and a César nomination in 2013. He also co-directed Ce Magnifique Gâteau ! (This Magnificent Cake!).

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Vincent Kesteloot - Director - Animator (10 March 2019)
Vincent Kesteloot

Director - Animator

After graduating from La Cambre, Vincent Kesteloot worked as an animator for Nozon from 1999 to 2006, following on at nWave first as an animator, then lead animator. He also supervised the layouts for Fly Me to the Moon and Sammy's Adventures. Since 2009, he's looked after the direction, writing, art direction and layout supervision on Pirates, Robinson Crusoe and The Queen's Corgi.

Kim Keukeleire - Animator (from 08 to 09 March 2019)
Kim Keukeleire

Animator

After graduating from La Cambre in 1992, Kim Keukeleire worked for a number of famous companies including Passion Pictures, BBC Animations, Aardman, Cosgrove Hall, and Will Vinton. She is specialized in stop motion and has worked on such films as


Frankenweenie, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Sammy’s Adventures, Max&Co, Chicken Run and a host of commercials.

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Tereza Kovandová - Director (from 08 to 10 March 2019)
Tereza Kovandová

Director

Student of animation at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (since 2014)


Freelance illustrator, animator, storyboard artist


My first experience with animated film was during my studies at VOŠ Václava Hollara. Then I went straight to the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. In the second year of my studies I was charmed by the classical cut-out animation and silhouettes, which led me to create the Bloody Fairy Tales film. The main element, which connects all of my animated work is dark humor. Apart of animation I’m also drawing commercial storyboards and illustrations for magazines and books.

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Matthieu Lamotte - Producer (from 04 to 06 March 2019)
Matthieu Lamotte

Producer

Matthieu Lamotte is a producer of documentaries, short films and animation series, and has been the director of aaa production since2005.


His films have been shown on France 5, ARTE, TV5, France ô and the Disney Channel…


He looks after the protection, management and promotion of work by Jacques Rouxel, the creator of the Shadoks, as aaa production has held the production rights since 1973.

Bastien Martin - Director (04 March 2019)
Bastien Martin

Director

After studies in Communication and Performing Arts and stints working in the cultural sector and journalism, Bastien Martin was a production assistant on fiction films before starting at Dérives where he worked on documentaries (Jorge Leon, Benoit Dervaux, Mary Jimenez, etc.). Since then he has been mixing production and writing for documentaries and fiction films. Raoul Servais, mémoires d’un artisan is his first film. 

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Damian Nenow - Director (from 01 to 02 March 2019)
Damian Nenow

Director

A graduate of the Łodz National Film School in Poland, Damian Nenow is known for his innovative style in documentaries, commercials, credits and animated shorts, including Paths of Hate, which has been screened in over 90 festivals and won 25 prizes and distinctions. His feature Another Day of Life was rewarded with the European Film Award.

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Henry Nicholson - Director - Animator (from 03 to 05 March 2019)
Henry Nicholson

Director - Animator

Henry Nicholson is a Cardiff based animator and director. He has worked in stop motion for the last 13 years, as an animator on feature films, commercials, children’s TV series and music videos. He was nominated for a Welsh Bafta in 2007. Captain Morten and the Spider Queen was his first opportunity to co-direct a feature film. He is a lecturer at the University of South Wales.

Erick Oh - Director (from 02 to 05 March 2019)
Erick Oh

Director

Erick Oh received his BFA in Seoul and his Master at UCLA. From 2010 to 2016 he worked at Pixar Animation as an animator to participate in films like Inside Out and Finding Dory.  Erick recently joined Tonko House to direct PIG: The Dam Keeper Poems, which won the Cristal Award at Annecy Animation Festival 2018.

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Vincent Patar - Director (10 March 2019)
Vincent Patar

Director

After studies in animation at La Cambre, Stéphane Aubier started working with Vincent Patar on the 3 short paper cut-out films, the Pic Pic André Shoow. Then came the series A Town Called Panic soon followed by the feature of the same name and a 26 minutes, The Christmas Log, winner of the Cartoon d'Or 2014.


He co-directed the Oscar-winning feature Ernest & Celestine. He is co-signing La Foire agricole.

Website

Britt Raes - Director (05 March 2019)
Britt Raes

Director

Catherine (2016), Britt Raes' first professional short film, has been shown in 200 festivals all over the world, winning 50 prizes along the way, including Best Belgian Short Film at Anima 2017. She is currently developing a short film for children, writing a feature and has recently presented an idea for a series at Cartoon.

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Margot Reumont - Director (05 March 2019)
Margot Reumont

Director

After graduating in filmmaking from La Cambre, Margot Reumont has made three films, animated on different series and features and co-founded the animation studio Tabass Co with fellow writer-directors.


She is currently writing her next short Câline, which has received development aid from CNC.

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Alain Richard - Director - Animator (from 05 to 09 March 2019)
Alain Richard

Director - Animator

Alain Richard has combined his various skills on different projects: stop motion animator on Olivier Pesch's Le Gardien du nid, 2D and 3D animator, director and supervisor on the Klumpies series and director of the documentary Inklusioun. More recently he worked as animator and second director on Léopold, roi des Belges.

Célia Rivière - Director (08 March 2019)
Célia Rivière

Director

After studying at ESAG Penninghen, the Atelier de Sèvres and Gobelins, Célia Rivière worked for brands such as Hermès or Lalique, and her acclaimed work for France 5 and Cherie HD was rewarded. Her first series, La Cabane à histoires, started in 2015, and won an International Kids Emmy Award. She followed on with La Cabane aux oiseaux, adapted from nine children's books.

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Salvador Simó - Director (05 March 2019)
Salvador Simó

Director

Before writing and directing Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles, Salvador Simo made two animated short films. He started out studying animation and film in the USA and Barcelona, and was then hired as an assistant at Bill Melendez Prod., followed by assistant animator at Disney, Paris, and he has also worked in special effects in London.

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Levente Sipos - Technical Director (from 05 to 08 March 2019)
Levente Sipos

Technical Director

After graphic artist studies, Levente Sípos worked more than 20 years in visual art and communication field, beside taking part in a number of art exhibition with graphic prints and motion graphics work. He is senior lecturer at Eszterházy Károly University.


He worked on Ruben Brandt, Collector at 2011 script development state and took part in the technical and creative process till the final delivery.

Ben Stassen - Director - Producer - Screenwriter (10 March 2019)
Ben Stassen

Director - Producer - Screenwriter

Starting out as a producer, Ben Stassen joined Little Big One to produce the ride simulation film Devil's Mine Ride, which earned the company worldwide recognition. With Movida Trix, which has since amalgamated to become nWave Studios, he produced and made several ride and Imax films. His first 3D feature, Fly Me to the Moon, was followed by many others among them his last one The Queen's Corgi.


Cédric Vandresse - Director (from 05 to 09 March 2019)
Cédric Vandresse

Director

After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Liège, Cédric Vandresse worked as a set painter and designer for stop motion films (Le Gardien du nid, A Town Called Panic, Jacotolocotoc). In 2011, he worked at the Wahoo studio in Liège as a colourist (Le Magasin des suicides) and head colourist (April and the Extraordinary World). He created Mad Cat Studio in 2014 and has recently written and directed Léopold, roi des Belges.


and also...

Janis Aussel - Director, from 07 to 09 March 2019
Shalev Ben Elya - Director, from 07 to 10 March 2019
Shalev Ben Elya

Shalev Ben Elya, 4th year animation student at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, specializes in stop motion and classical animation that uses a wide range of materials and techniques. 


https://vimeo.com/user62886129

Thierry Dejean - Director, from 04 to 06 March 2019
Thierry Dejean

Né le 24 mars 1967 à Limoux (Aude).


Après des études de photo et de cinéma, Thierry Dejean réalise son premier court-métrage autoproduit en 1991, The night the undead blood sucker conquered the world, un hommage aux films d’horreur de série B, qui malgré un budget dérisoire sera diffusé sur Canal +.


Il travaille ensuite avec la fameuse société de production « aaa production» , fondée par Marcelle Ponti et Jacques Rouxel, avec lequel il travaillera sur ses dernières publicités télé et son dernier film institutionnel ainsi que sur le documentaire de Jerome Lefdup « Les Shadoks mythe ou légende ».


Il réalise deux courts-métrages produits par « aaa » : Les Rats avec Lou Castel et L’homme est-il bon ? (adaptation de la bande dessinée éponyme de Moebius, parue aux Humanoïdes Associés). En 2006, il sort un documentaire de 52 minutes, Sur les traces de l’aéropostale.


Depuis la disparition de Jacques Rouxel, Thierry a participé à de nombreux projets concernant les Shadoks et plus généralement sur l’oeuvre de Jacques Rouxel: comme graphiste pour la bande dessinée « Les Shadoks et le Big Blank » éditions Circonflexe, comme D.A sur les menus du coffret dvd de l’intégrale, en 2012 comme auteur sur deux ouvrages d’art aux éditions du Chêne intitulé « Jacques Rouxel, les Shadoks une vie de création » et "Les Shadoks Comics », une publication dans la revue « Schnock », concepteur-réalisateur du jeux vidéo pour tablette et smartphone, auteur du livre Pop-up avec Philippe UG aux éditions des Grandes Personnes, auteur en 2018 du livre sur les 50 ans des Shadoks aux édition Höebeke, réalisateur du court métrage « les Shadoks et la maladie mystérieuse » pour la collection « dessine toujours » de Canal +, commissaire associé de l’exposition Gabuzomiam au Musé international des Arts Modestes de Sète en 2016, conseiller technique de l’exposition « les Shadoks ont 50 ans » au Musée de l’illustration Tomi Ungerer de Strasbourg  et pour finir l’exposition « Shadokorama » au Chateau Musée d’Annecy en 2018 pendant le festival international du film d’animation. Il viens de co-réaliser en 2018 la web série documentaire, « les Shadoks droit dans le mur, a toute pompe » pour arte .


Thierry Dejean est membre de la Cinémathèque Française, à qui il a cédé une partie de son œuvre. 


www.thierrydejean.com

Lamiaa Diab - Director, from 06 to 10 March 2019
Lamiaa Diab

Hend and Lamiaa are a design and animation directing duo, originally from Cairo and currently based in Bristol, UK. They both finished their MA at the Bristol School of Animation in 2018 and previously studied Film and Media Design back in Cairo where they collaborated on different projects. Quickly they discovered they shared similar interests, in terms of design and approach, then started working together as a duo in 2012.Their style is hybrid, mixing analog and digital techniques and they are driven by a passion for bringing ideas and characters to life through animation.They worked for clients across the UK and Egypt, including BBC, and recently have painted a sculpture for the “Gromit Unleashed 2” trail in collaboration with Grand Appeal and Aardman. Their MA graduation film “Flipped” is currently in the festival circuit, and has been accepted in over 20 festivals across Europe and US.


http://hendandlamiaa.com/about/

Nikita Diakur - Director, from 03 to 05 March 2019
Nikita Diakur

Nikita Diakur is best known for his projects “Ugly”, which has received critical acclaim at film festivals around the world. 


His signature style is dynamic computer simulation that embraces spontaneity, randomness, and error. 


Diakur regularly gives talks and workshops, recently undertook a residency at Q21 in Vienna, and is a member of the European Film Academy.


https://vimeo.com/nikitadiakur

David Doutel - Director, from 06 to 10 March 2019
David Doutel

David Doutel was born in Porto, Portugal, in 1983. He graduated in Sound and Image at the UCP School of Arts, with extensive training in Animation. For the last 10 years he has developed his work in in the field of independent animation short films, both as director, animator and production director. Both in artistic and production departments he has contributed to the creation of several award-winning short-films that have been regularly selected to international film festivals. Has developed his career alongside with Vasco Sá with whom he shares the experience of direction on three short animated films, “The Shoemaker”, “Soot” and their most recent “Augur”, a Portuguese/French co-production. Has been working with Bando à Parte since 2011 and, together with Vasco Sá, has been responsible for the animation production direction and executive production.


Hend Esmat - Director, from 06 to 10 March 2019
Hend Esmat

Hend and Lamiaa are a design and animation directing duo, originally from Cairo and currently based in Bristol, UK. They both finished their MA at the Bristol School of Animation in 2018 and previously studied Film and Media Design back in Cairo where they collaborated on different projects. Quickly they discovered they shared similar interests, in terms of design and approach, then started working together as a duo in 2012.Their style is hybrid, mixing analog and digital techniques and they are driven by a passion for bringing ideas and characters to life through animation.They worked for clients across the UK and Egypt, including BBC, and recently have painted a sculpture for the “Gromit Unleashed 2” trail in collaboration with Grand Appeal and Aardman. Their MA graduation film “Flipped” is currently in the festival circuit, and has been accepted in over 20 festivals across Europe and US.


http://hendandlamiaa.com/about/

Jonas Forsman - Director, from 06 to 08 March 2019
Jonas Forsman

Jonas Forsman is a director and animator born in Linköping, Sweden. Robot & The Whale is Jonas directorial debute, but his passion for bringing worlds and characters to life through animation and storytelling started early in his life. He was only twelve years old when he decided that his dream was to find a career in animation and filmmaking. He started selling plant seeds and by the age of 13 he had saved enough money to buy his first Amiga computer and started animating. Jonas has studied animation at Metro New Media in London, Animation Workshop in Viborg Denmark. In the year of 2010 he graduated from Animation Mentor. He has has worked on a numerous well known project and companies around the world.


http://jonasforsman.com/FORSMAN_ANIMATION_AB/SHOWREEL.html

Claudius Gentinetta - Director, from 01 to 02 March 2019
Claudius Gentinetta

Born 51 years ago in Switzerland I dedicated most of my life producing animation films and weird comics. Art schools in Lucerne, Kassel and Liverpool tried to contribute their best for my education. 1995 the artest scholarship gave me the chance to spend a year in Krakow, an experience with many impressions for my further work At the moment I am living with my family in Zurich, working at another promising new film project.

http://www.gentinettafilm.ch/gentinettafilm.html

Anne Huynh - Director, from 05 to 07 March 2019
Anne Huynh

Née en 1994, diplômée d'un DMA en cinéma d'animation à l'Institut Sainte-Geneviève (Paris), Anne Huynh fait la rencontre de Jean Regnaud à la fin de la saison 1 d'"En sortant de l'école" où elle adapte le poème "L'école des Beaux-arts" de Jacques Prévert. Très attachée au thème de la transmission, leur collaboration démarre avec ce premier film, "Mon papi s'est caché", inspiré des peintures impressionnistes et nabis, et d'une multitude de rencontres fortuites faites comme dans un jardin.

http://www.muszica.net/

Gabriel Jacquel - Director, from 04 to 06 March 2019
 
Oana Lacroix - Director, from 06 to 09 March 2019
Oana Lacroix

Oana Lacroix is an illustrator and animator, born in 1989 in Switzerland.

She owns a bachelor and a master in animation from Ceruleum school, Lausanne.

Coucouleurs is her first film.


http://by-oanai.blogspot.com/

Nathalie Lamb - Director, from 07 to 08 March 2019
Nathalie Lamb

Nathalie grew up in the south of Germany, close to Freiburg. Always paying attention to detail she likes to create emotional and humorous films to touch the audience. 


She already has discovered her passion for filmmaking at an early age and gained first work experiences in a little arthouse cinema. 


Since 2015 Nathalie studies directing at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.


Joanna Lurie - Director, from 02 to 04 March 2019
Joanna Lurie

Joanna Lurie is a French animated films director and animator. She's currently living and working in Angoulême, and alternates equally between her work for production companies (short, feature films or series) and the direction of her own short films. Her films are poetic tales, often very graphic, one lets themselves be carried away by mysterious silent characters,in fantastic stories  sometimes absurd, or tragic. "Flowing through Wonder" is Joanna Lurie’s seventh short film.  

http://joannalurie.com/

Hannes Oehen - Director, from 06 to 09 March 2019
Hannes Oehen

Hannes Oehen


Hannes Oehen was born in 1996 in Zürich. After finishing grammar school he took part in the foundation course in arts in Lucerne and following that studied animation at the Lucerne School of Art and Design.

https://vimeo.com/hannesoehen

Veljko Popović - Director, from 05 to 06 March 2019
Veljko Popović

Veljko Popović (1979) graduated in 2003 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Department of Painting. In 1998, he started working with computer graphics. He co-founded Lemonade3d, a CG and animation studio. Since 2012, he has been a tenured Professor at the Arts Academy in Split, where he teaches animation. His films have been screened and awarded at numerous festivals worldwide, including Annecy, Animafest Zagreb, Clermont-Ferrand, Aspen, Hiroshima, Leeds, Stuttgart, etc. He has been a jury member at many film festivals.


Sjaak Rood - Director, from 09 to 10 March 2019
Vasco Sá - Director, from 06 to 10 March 2019
Vasco Sá

Vasco Sá was born in Porto in 1979. With rooted ancestry in the northern mountainous region of Portugal, he spent his first eighteen years of life at Trás-os-Montes (Behind-the-Mountains), before he moved to Porto, where he graduated in Sound and Image by the School of Arts (UCP). It is in this context that he meets David Doutel, with whom he has shared several projects in the universe of Animation Filmmaking, namely the direction of the short-films O Sapateiro/The Shoemaker (2011, PT/ES) and Fuligem/Soot (2014, PT) - both recognized and rewarded nationally and internationally - and Agouro/Augur (2018, PT/FR), their most recent work. In addition to this journey in the scope of film direction, he has integrated the team of multiple cinematographic projects of different authors, both in the artistic and production aspects. Since 2011 he has been collaborating with the production company Bando à Parte, as director and animation production director, together with David Doutel. He likes to see the mountains in front of him.


Andrea Giovanni Sidoti - Director, from 06 to 09 March 2019
Andrea Giovanni Sidoti

After 12 years of working as a contstruction draftsman in a civil engineer office, andrea realized he had to change his life and pursuit a more creative way. He took part in the foundation course in arts in Lucerne, then he studied animation at the Lucerne School of Art and Design. The Film „Perforato“ is based on his time at the office.

Lizete Upīte - Director, from 01 to 03 March 2019
Lizete Upīte

Born in 1987, Lizete Upīte is an animation film director from Latvia.


Lizete begun her studies in audiovisual media in Baltic Film and Media school, Estonia, but after Erasmus exchange studies in Portugal, changed her major to animation. In 2013, after finishing school of directing animation La Poudrière in France, Lizete has been working on several animation projects as well as directed her two animation short films “Night Walks” (2018, produced by Atom Art (Latvia)) and “Riga’s Lilac” (2019, coproduced by Papy3D (France) and Atom Art (Latvia)).


http://lizete.berta.me/me/en-francais/

Iulia Voitova - Director, from 05 to 07 March 2019
Iulia Voitova

Born in 1991 in Ukraine, Iulia Voitova studied Graphics and Animation at the Ural State Architecture and Arts Academy in Ekaterinburg in Russia. After graduation, she worked 2 years as an artist and animator. In 2018 she finished her studies at la Poudrière, where she directed Le nuage (one-minute film), Vrai pirate (shown on the French TV network Canal J), and La plongeuse, her graduation film (2018).

https://vimeo.com/ulavoytova

Satoe Yoshinari - Director, from 01 to 10 March 2019
Satoe Yoshinari

Satoe Yoshinari is an animation director and animator. She recently graduated with a BA in animation at Volda University college and her bachelor film “Somewhere Soft” is her first film. Beginning this spring she will be based in Netherlands and prepare for her next film.


https://satoeyoshinari.com/

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