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VIANA MIKKELSEN, DIRECTOR (SE)
Viana Mikkelsen (born 1990) is a documentary filmmaker. She has freelanced in Bolivia, Argentina, Kurdistan and Sweden. Viana is currently working as a video journalist / photographer at the Swedish Television and as well as a film educator at a youth center in the suburb of Hammarkullen in Gothenburg.
Her most recent movie is the short documentary "in 90 degrees heat" with Ylva Henrikson. They have showed it on Swedish Television, the Tempo Documentary Short Award and the Frame Festival where it was awarded the first price for best film.

 

CARO PALM, DIRECTOR (DE)
Caro Palm (born 1991) is a multimedia producer from kiel in germany. Since 2012 she directed and been DOP on several shorts and documentarys. Her topic is to picture the untold and forgotten things but always up for fiction.

 

SEBASTIAN CORDES, DIRECTOR (DK)
Sebastian Cordes (born 1988) is a Danish director and poet. He debuted in 2010 with ”Life and Times of Don Rosa”. Sebastian's films have been shown on several festivals, most notably CPH:DOX, DocPoint and FokusFestival at Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre. He is currently finishing his second feature lenght documentary ”A Place Called Lloyd” a portrait of a bankrupt Bolivian airline.

 

SUNNIVA SUNDBY, DIRECTOR (NO)
Sunniva Sundby (born 1987) is a Norwegian documentary filmmaker. For time being she is directing a film produced by the Norwegian production company Motlys.

 

TOMMY FLAVIN, DIRECTOR (IE)
Tommy Flavin is an Irish filmmaker. He studied filmmaking in the Dublin Institute of Technology, where he developed a keen interest in documentary. His first documentary, Where There's A Well..., was filmed in Africa and shown at a number of festivals in Ireland. His short film work has been shown at festivals in Ireland and worldwide, and has won several awards. He also runs a commercial video company, The Reelists, which specializes in music videos, promotional videos and live events.

 

KRISTOPHER PATERSON, DIRECTOR (DK)

 

HANNA SUNI JOHANSEN, PRODUCER (NO)
Hanna Suni Johansen (born 1997) is a young filmmaker from Lofoten, Norway. Hanna has made shorts since the age of eight, among them the award winning ONE LAST KISS. In 2016 she plans to attend a film school, as the next step on the road to become an independent filmmaker. 

 

NAJA FALHOF AASTRUP, PRODUCER (DK)
Naja Falhof Aastrup (born 1992) is currently a producer on the short film WARSZAWA, directed by Albert Morel. Naja went to the European Film College in 13/14 and has since worked as an independent producer in Copenhagen on feature films and short films.

 

DAVID BRYCH, PRODUCER (DE)
David Brych is a producer from Kiel in Germany. David is doing films since 2008, started while studying media technologies in Hamburg. His first documentary was "Faith and War" produced in 2009 about religious soldiers and the war in Afghanistan. David worked for several tv stations, companies and agencies as a freelancer producer. His passion are documentaries, but he produces also concerts, commercials and animation films. Davids last documentaries were "Kleine graue Wolke" ("Little grey cloud", in cinemas from September 2015) and "Medial nicht darstellbar" ("Not for the media").

 

JULIA Í KÁLVALÌD, PRODUCER (FO)
Julia í Kálvalíð (1982) graduated from Baltic Film and Media School in 2013 and has since worked freelance as a director/producer. Julia has made corporate videos, shortfilms and musicvideos. She is currently working along Greenlandic producer Aka Hansen on a Faroese/Danish/Greenlandic documentary, and producing/directing a musicvideo for the Faroese band HULDA. 

 



CAROLINE DRAB, PRODUCER (SE)

 

MAURA MURPHY, PRODUCER (IE)
Maura Murphy has been working in the film industry for the past 5 years and has produced music videos including GHOSTS by Sons & Lovers, directed by Eoghan Kidney, as well as the short film, RACHEL COMING HOME, directed by Sophia Tamburrini, which is currently in post.  Maura Murphy is currently working as a post-production producer at Windmill Lane Pictures in Dublin.

 

MARIA GULDBRANDSØ TORGARD, PRODUCER (FO)
Maria Guldbrandsø Tórgarð (born 1997) started working as set-design assistant in 2014 in the award winning horror short film SKULD by Heiðrik á Heygum. Since then, she has been set-designer on a music video for HULDA and a commercial with KOVBOYFILMS. She has also been asked to work on the new short film by Heiðrik á Heygum this august. 

 

SELINA HÅKONSSON, EDITOR (SE)
Selina Håkansson (born 1986) is a freelance editor and filmmaker. She has edited several shorts and documentaries since 2012. Currently editing documentary projects and working on a documentary as director.

 

DANIEL RØRVIK DAVIDSON, EDITOR (NO)
Daniel Rørvik Davidsen (born. 1991) graduated in June 2015 with a bachelors degree in Documentary Film Production, with a specialization in cinematography, at Lillehammer University College. Through college he has contributed as a cinematographer and a editor on several films, that has been shown on documentary festivals in Norway. He has also had an internship in NRK - Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, as an editor and a photographer for a programme called «Puls".

 

EMILIE THEJLL-MADSEN, EDITOR (DK)
Emilie Thejll-Madsen (born 1991) is currently working as casting assistant on the feature film FUGLENE OVER SUNDET, directed by Nicolo Donato. Emilie has studied documentary filmmaking at San Diego State University in 2014, where she produced and edited the short film JESSICA FIGHTS BACK (2014). Emilie has worked as web tv producer at CPH:DOX in 2013, a role which also included editing of the broadcast. Emilie has made multiple short films e.g. ET HALVANDET MINUT (2013), winner of Odense Play OFF competition, and SJÁLDSOM KVINNA (2015) shot at the Faroe Islands.