people

  • Consultant and guest speaker

    Hans Frederik Jacobsen is a scriptwriter/consultant and filmmaker with a Masters in Comparative Literature & Criticism from Goldsmith’s College, London. As a consultant, he works mainly in the field of documentary and artists moving image. Film programmer for CPH:DOX and a tutor for ANIDOX:LAB since 2012.

  • Panel guest

    Pedro is a Brazilian director, scriptwriter and installation artist based in Berlin. Born in the city of Porto Alegre in 1984, he graduated in Cinema at UNISINOS, Philosophy at UFRGS and holds a master's degree from Babelsberg Film Universitaet Konrad Wolf. His project 'From the main Square' has been selected for ANIDOX:VR 2022.

  • Jury and panel guest

    Mathieu is founder of XRMust, a new media outlet dedicated to immersive storytelling, with an international and professional audience of creators, producers and curators from the XR industry. He is also the curator of a 3-days workshop in Angoulême, Immersity, which invites +100 creative people from the immersive industry to discuss the future of the XR storytelling.

  • Peter Fisher

    Jury and panel guest

    Peter is the Co-founder of Khora, an award winning XR production studio based in Copenhagen. Khora creates cutting edge content within multiple application areas and has produced more than 300 XR applications. Khora is exploring the value potential of XR through meaningful collaborations. 

  • Guest panel

    Abner is a story-teller and his work is rooted in personal aspirations to give one hope in a situation that seems hopeless, to transfer the ability to laugh at sadness, and to seduce viewers into seeing beauty in bleak objects by offering compositions that play to emotion before aesthetics. With his research, sensitivity and awareness, he provides the simple and extremely complex facility to tell a story with visuals that can be felt before they are understood.

  • Steven fraser

    I am an animator and writer who creates short films, comics, zines, performances and installations. I make inventive use of animation illustration, puppetry and kinetic art to present unique and interesting stories. I identify as queer, autistic and neurodivergent. My performance work has been staged in the UK and Australia and my animation work has screened at international film and arts festivals.

    Website: https://stevenfraserart.com/

    Steven participated in ANIDOX:LAB 2016 with the project What It Feels Like


  • Irina rubina

    The swirl of life brought Irina Rubina to this world as a Muscovite. In 2011-2018 she studied animation and documentary film at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, where she created several award winning short films. The diversity of media and art forms and their intersections are a great source of inspiration to her: interaction of dance and film, music and poetry, documentary and animation.

    Irina participated in ANIDOX:LAB 2020 with the project Osja


  • Denis chapon

    French, Born in 1983. Graduated from Emile Cohl’s School in Lyon (France) and La Poudrière in Valence (France), he went to Denmark to develop different projects such as TV series, experimental film in the Animation
    Workshop in Viborg (Denmark). He regulary teaches there and in developing countries in Africa and South America. In 2017, he is at the initiative and drives the Andimation Program with the support of the Unesco. Works as Animation Director on independent animated shorts, animating on feature length or tv series for Lego, Zentropa and with SunCreature studio.


  • martina scarpelli

    Martina is an Italian film maker based in Denmark.
    Martina holds a BA in Fine Art from “Accademy of Brera” in Milan, and a BA in Animation from “Experimental Center of Cinematography”, Turin. Alumna of Animation sans frontiers, ANIDOX:LAB and the Open Workshop residency. Martina's short film Egg was awarded with a crystal for first film at Annecy, a Golden Dove at Dok Leipzig, Golden Horseman at Filmfest Dresden. The film, supported by the ANIDOX:RESIDENCY in 2016, was nominated for best short film at the European Animation Awards 2018 and shortlisted for the 2020 Cesar Award.
    Project: Egg