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  • Franck Dion

    Franck Dion has worked in several fields. After training as an actor, he became a self-taught artist in sculpture, drawing and painting. He collaborates with publishing houses and magazines, creates sets for the theatre and also designs animations for documentaries. In 2003, Franck Dion directed “The Ghost Inventory” (“L’inventaire fantôme”), his first short film produced by Didier Brunner, which won the Junior Canal J jury prize at the Annecy Festival and a nomination for the Cartoon d’or the following year. In 2006, he founded the production company PAPY3D with a few friends. In 2008, he directed his second film, “Mr. COK” (“Monsieur COK”), which was widely screened at festivals around the world, including the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL and received several awards. His short film “Edmond was a donkey” (“Edmond était un âne”), produced by Papy3d, the ONF and ARTE won, among other distinctions, the special jury prize at the Annecy 2012 festival, the prize for best international film at the Shortshorts festival in Tokyo as well as a nomination for the Golden Cartoon and Césars 2013 in the category of best animation film. His fourth film, “A Head Disappears” (“Une tête disparaît”), won the crystal of the short film at the Annecy 2016 International Animation Film Festival as well as over twenty international prizes, including the Jury Prize at the Palm Spring Festival and the Grand Prize for Short Film at the Miami Festival. The film was also shortlisted by the Academy of Oscars. Per Aspera Ad Astra is his fifth film.

  • Paola Bristot

    Paola Bristot, graduated in Discipline Arti Musica Spettacolo, in University of Bologna (1985) and specialized in Contemporary History Art in University of Bologna (1991). She is professor of History of Art at the Academy in Venezia. Like president of the Viva Comix association organizes many exhibitions concerning comics, illustration, animation and visual arts. She is the Artistic Director of the Piccolo Festival Animazione (12thedition) in Trieste, Udine, Pordenone, Gorizia and Venice. She curated with Andrea Martignoni the 5th DVD “Animazioni“(2010-17, Viva Comix, Ottomani), anthologies of contemporary Italian short film. Like art director produced the experimental film “Re-cycling” (Arte Video, Viva Comix 2014).

  • Jossie Malis

    Jossie Malis (1976) is a designer, animator, filmmaker and publisher of Peruvian-Chilean origin and director of the studio Zumbakamera Films, sending signals to the outer space from the island of Mallorca (Spain). With special passion for an imaginary which incorporates machines and the cosmos, he spend most of the time between art direction, publishing flipbooks and producing shortfilms, music videos or series such as the award-winning "Bendito Machine". His short films have been selected in festivals around the world such as Annecy, Sitges, Cinanima, BAF, Pictoplasma, SICAF or Fantastic Fest, among others, receiving a long list of accolades. His work is an acute commentary on humans and their weaknesses, their machines, their fears and the mysteries of the universe.

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