ANIDOX:YOUTH in partnership with Animated Learning Lab (ALL) offers courses for teachers, educators and young people. We offer creative hands-on workshops for groups and use animated documentaries to touch upon various topics. Whether already in the curriculum or initiated by the pupils themselves. Our team of experienced instructors will launch the process, giving teachers the tools to use different techniques in their classrooms, enriching the learning experience and accessibility to digital mediums and storytelling.

In Denmark, the course is supported by A. P. Møller Foundation and Viborg Kommune.

Please contact Michelle Kranot for more information:


Together with a group of young people and their teachers, ANIDOX and Animated Learning Labs endeavor to produce collaborative projects –  where young people are offered the opportunity to join a professional animation production and participate in the process, while gaining tools and enjoying a safe and lively studio space at The Animation Workshop, Viborg Denmark.


“Riot: by definition a violent disruption of the existing order.”

A dazzling, poetic and political audiovisual trip on the notion of the individual vs. the historic.
This earnest, impressionistic project presents iconic images that simultaneously celebrate beauty and warn of the violence facing us in this volatile time.

The project is based on archive materials which depict The July Revolt of 1927 (Wiener Justizpalastbrand): Socialist workers from the outskirts of Vienna assemble in front of the Palace of Justice to voice their anger over the corrupt justice system. 89 people are killed by armed police on horseback. More than 600 people are seriously injured. The angry crowd storms the Palace of Justice: files are set on fire and soon flames blaze from the windows of the Palace. The 15th July uprising will prove to be a fateful day: a prelude of what will eventually lead to civil war.

The project was initiated by Klangforum Wien (The Vienna contemporary music orchestra), in the context of ‘Economy for the Common Good’ and is created to be a live audio-visual performance and presented as a film projection, video installation and short film. The film is a part of the ANIDOX:YOUTH Project, in collaboration with Animated Learning Lab, engaging young people in the production of the animation.

Iris ter Schiphorst is an awarded composer and musician, based in Berlin and in Vienna. Her list of works covers all genres, including major orchestral works premiered by renowned orchestras internationally.

Supported by:
The Animation Workshop/VIA University college, ANIDOX, The Danish Film Institute, Viborg Kommune and The Austria film archive. The project GWÖ (Die Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie) is funded By: Kulturstiftung des Bundes, Austrian Federal Chancellery, WienKultur, Interfaces+EU (Creative Europe MEDIA), Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation. And produced by Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte, Amour Fou, in cooperation with TrickyWomen.

A visual journey that challenges us to think about a universal belonging that doesn’t confine itself to a city, region or national boundary in an age where xenophobia, nationalism and intolerance are ubiquitous. HOW LONG, NOT LONG is supported by the ANIDOX:RESIDENCY. In collaboration with Erik Gandini, FASAD Cine.

Format Animated Documentary, 05:30 Min. Paint on footage
Production TinDrum, The Animation Workshop, FASAD CIne, Dansk Tegnefilm
Direction Michelle and Uri Kranot, in collaboration with Erik Gandini
Michelle and Uri Kranot, Marine Duchet, Karsten Hoop
Uri Kranot

As part of ANIDOX:YOUTH project – HOW LONG, NOT LONG and COSMOPOLITANISM (22 min.) are shown to kids, young people and educators. we design workshops around the theme of Democracy, Sustainability and citizenship –  and use this technique to make short film projects with classes and youth clubs in the region of Midjytland, Denmark.
Contact Producer Michelle Kranot for more info on this offer: