Filmmakers and creatives with projects in the intersection between documentary, animation, games and emerging media; are invited to apply and take part in the ANIDOX workshop during Fredrikstad Animation Festival. The workshop will be held on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 of October.
ANIDOX is a creative platform for the development and production of animated documentary projects. It runs a laboratory, a professional training course, a residency programme and master classes. Bringing together international film professionals to attend seminars and hands-on creative workshops, the main goal of ANIDOX is to foster and develop collaborations between animation and documentary creatives, and help them move further with their projects.
As part of a collaboration between the festival, ANIDOX and Viken regional film centre, a two-day workshop will be held, giving documentary and animation filmmakers the chance to meet and develop pitches for animated documentaries or documentaries that will use animation as a tool for storytelling. Participants will get instant feedback on their projects from highly-acclaimed filmmakers in the field of animation and documentary. Concluding the workshop, the projects will be presented during a public pitch session at the House of Literature in Fredrikstad.
The workshop is open for professional filmmakers in the field of animation and documentaries. Students with an animated documentary project are welcome to apply, but projects presented by professionals will be prioritised.
The registration form can be found here. The registration form should include a pdf including: project description, directors statement, short bio, CV, links to previous works and 1-2 applicable images.
Extended deadline for registration is 7th of October.
The workshop is led by Frode Søbstad and Uri Kranot.
About the tutors:
Frode Søbstad has over 20 years of experience in the media business, mainly as a producer and director. He holds an Executive Master of Management from BI Norwegian Business School. Frode has worked for different media organisations, holds workshops for producers and has written the booklet “How to be a Filmproducer”. He works closely with directors, with a focus on talent development and long-term relations. His films have won prizes at festivals nationally and internationally.
Uri Kranot and his partner Michelle Kranot’s work has expanded beyond the traditional: their art straddles experimental genres and unfamiliar mediums, fusing handmade crafted images and new technologies into contemporary experiences. They are the founders of production company TinDrum and the producers and creative directors of ANIDOX, focused on the development and production of animated documentaries. They are part of The Animation Workshop, where they hold various key positions.