Edwin is one of Indonesia’s most prominent filmmakers. His latest film, Postcards From The Zoo was nominated for Golden Bear at Berlinale 2012. His first feature Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly received the FIPRESCI Prize at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2009, and his short film Kara, Anak Sebatang Pohon was the first Indonesian film to be shown on the Director’s Fortnight in Cannes 2005.
Helios Design Labs is an interdisciplinary design studio located at the intersection of art and technology.
We design experiences that combine the art of traditional storytelling with new and emerging technologies in web, mobile and animation.
While we have strong technical capabilities, we believe in using technology to help tell a better story, not just for its own sake.
Design is at the core of what we do.
Paramita Nath (Canada/India), is a documentarian working in both traditional and emerging forms of media. Her debut short Found (2009) won several awards and toured the world. She worked on several interactive documentaries, most notably the National Film Board of Canada’s HIGHRISE project (Int’l Emmy Award for Non-Fiction). Durga, her latest short, is touring the festival circuit.
PlymSerafin produces formally challenging documentary films that seek depth in their subject matter. The films have been nominated several times for the National Broadcasting Awards, the National Film Awards, Prix Europa and screened at Hotdocs and MoMA. They received a number of film and art awards including Nordic Dox Award – CPH:DOX for Imagining Emanuel, Prix Français – National Art Exhibition for In your dreams, Golden Chair – Grimstad and Goldener Schlüssel – Kasseler for Human.
Thomas A Østbye is a distinctive voice among Norwegian directors. He made his mark with formally challenging and socially engaged documentaries like Imagining Emanuel, HUMAN and In your dreams, which received a number of art and film awards. He also makes art installations, and runs PlymSerafin production company.