Patricia Drati

Patricia Drati is a creative producer, director and film development consultant, working with both documentary and fiction. Between 2009-2015, Patricia was Head of CPH:LAB at CPH:DOX. She curated, developed, and managed the cross-cultural training and production lab for international filmmaking talents, where she initiated more than 40 low budget films. In 2016 Patricia became a partner in the Copenhagen based production company Good Company Pictures, where she works as a producer and now also develops her first documentary as a director. Patricia has been a consultant for Torino Film Lab, Cinemart Rotterdam and Doha Film Institute. She served on juries at Vision du Réel and Karlovy Vary IFF.

Denmark / Czech Republic



Devika Girish

Devika Girish is a writer and editor, and is currently the Co-Deputy Editor at Film Comment magazine and a Talks programmer at the New York Film Festival. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times, and her work has been published in the Village Voice, The Nation, Reverse Shot, Sight & Sound, the Criterion Collection, the British Film Institute, Cultured Magazine, Cinema Scope, and The New York Review of Books, among other publications. Girish has served on the selection committees for the Mumbai Film Festival and the Berlin Critics’ Week.

Writer and Editor
India / USA



Marcus Lindeen

Marcus Lindeen is a Swedish writer and director working with both film and theater. His film ‘The Raft’ premiered at CPH:DOX 2018 where it won the Dox:Award. It has since been in over 50 festivals and was theatrically released in 11 countries. His latest play, ‘L’Aventure invisible’ will be presented at Schaubühne in Berlin, Wiener Festwochen in Vienna and Piccolo Teatro in Milan in 2022. Lindeen’s debut film ‘Regretters’ picked up a Swedish Academy Award (Guldbagge) in 2011. The same year his second film ‘Accidentes Gloriosos’, co-directed with Mauro Andrizzi and produced as part of CPH:LAB, premiered at The Venice Film Festival where it picked up the prize for best medium-length film. Lindeen is

Artist and Filmmaker



Marion Neumann

Driven by her love of curious encounters, Marion Neumann is an intuitive filmmaker. Her work is rooted in personal experience, navigating between documentary and experimental approaches, weaving narratives between science, poetry, and contemporary social issues. Her work aspires to create a sense of wonder to reflect on ways of being in this world. Her second feature ‘The Mushroom Speaks’ premiered in Competition at CPH:DOX 2021. As a cinematographer her most illustrious collaborators include Jiska Rickels, Pauline Julier, Michel Favre, Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel. Based in Geneva, she co-founded an artist collective and continues to work with fungi and other living beings.




Julian Ross

Julian Ross is a researcher, curator and writer based in Amsterdam. He is Programmer at International Film Festival Rotterdam and an Assistant Professor at Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS). He was a selection committee member at Locarno Film Festival (2019-20) and has curated film programmes, exhibitions and performances at Tate Modern, Art Institute of Chicago, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Eye Filmmuseum, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum and British Film Institute. In 2021, he was guest programmer at Singapore International Film Festival, film curator at Other Futures, and co-curator of the film programme at Tallinn Photomonth Biennale.

Curator, researcher and writer





Miguel Ribeiro

Miguel Ribeiro is a co-director of the Doclisboa International Film Festival where he has been programming since 2012. He is also currently a member of the executive board of Apordoc – The Portuguese Documentary Association. Through several collaborations, Miguel has developed a series of curatorial programmes between film, performance and visual arts and is a regular presence in panels, talks and festival juries.

Festival co-director



Simon Starling

Simon Starling’s practice spans a wide variety of media, including film, installation and photography. He won the Turner Prize in 2005, was shortlisted for the Hugo Boss Prize in 2004, and was professor of fine arts at the Städelschule in Frankfurt from 2003 to 2013. He represented Scotland at the Venice Biennale in 2003 and has had solo exhibitions at Frac Ile-de-France, Le Plateau in Paris (2019), Musée regional d’art contemporain in Sérignan (2017), Japan Society in New York (2016), Museo Experimental El Eco in Mexico City (2015), Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (2014), Tate Britain in London (2013, 2009) and several other international exhibition spaces. He is currently working on a new film about Caravaggio’s Maltese masterpiece ‘The Beheading of St. John the Baptist’.

Artist and Filmmaker



Emily Wardill

Emily Wardill works with imagined images that structure the way that we understand and communicate histories, religion, our emotional and sexual lives and our ideas around risk. The starting point for Emily Wardill’s films are often historical events or individuals, around which she develops sensual, psychologically charged narratives, in which the instability of language and consciousness, the spectres of technology, and the materiality of memory are recurring themes. Juxtaposing scholarly studies and absurdist puns, political analysis and playful allusions, Wardill creates films that speak a language as suggestive as it is self-willed.

Artist and Proffessor




Ditte Haarløv Johnsen

Ditte Haarløv Johnsen is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer. Johnsen grew up in Mozambique and moved to Denmark in her teens to study photography at the Fata Morgana school, later to enroll at the Danish Film School as a documentary director. Among her films are ‘Days of Hope’ (CPH:DOX 1013) and ‘Homeless’ (CPH:DOX 2010). As a photograher, her work has been exhibited internationally in France, Spain, South Africa, Morocco and elsewhere.

Filmmaker and Photographer



Antonia Kilian

Antonia Kilian is a director, cinematographer and producer based between Kassel and Berlin. She studied Visual communication as well as art and media at the Berlin University of the Arts, the Potsdam Babelsberg Film University and at the ISA in Havana, Cuba. Her directorial debut ‘The Other Side of the River’ premiered in the F:act Award Competition at 2021’s online edition of CPH:DOX and was shot for over a year in the Kurdish areas called Rojava in northeast Syria. ‘The Other Side of the River’ has won 11 Awards at international festivals and was in the selection for the European Film Academy Award 2021 and for the German Film Award (LOLA) 2022. With her new production ‘Exile Never Ends’ Kilian participates in EURODOC 2022.




Yorgos Krassakopoulos

Yorgos Krassakopoulos is the Head of Programming at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival and the Thessaloniki Documentary film Festival. Yorgos has been a film critic before becoming one of the founders of the Athens International Film Festival. Throughout the years he has worked in various print, digital and online media, and co-founded, the most respected, popular and influential film related publication in Greece.

Head of Programming, Thessaloniki Film Festival




Marie Kloos

Marie Kloos is a programmer based in Berlin. She has been organising and programming for film festivals and cinemas since 2014. As of 2020, she is part of DOK Leipzig’s selection committee. Previously, she was the programme coordinator for the Marrakech International Film Festival. She has been on the programme teams for Berlinale Forum, Interfilm Berlin and has worked for several arthouse cinemas and alternative cinema spaces. She studied in Berlin, Paris and Montreal and holds an MA in philosophy.

Festival programmer



Anita Reher

Anita Reher is the Director of Nordisk Panorama, the festival for Nordic documentaries and short films featuring industry events such as the Forum for Co-Financing of Documentaries, the Short Film Pitch, the Nordic Market & Conference, and year-round activities bringing Nordic filmmaker delegations to the world. Prior to Nordisk Panorama, Reher was Executive Director of The Flaherty in New York, the organizer of the annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar; the Flaherty NYC film screening series; and the Flaherty Preservation Initiative, which includes both audio and print collections.

Festival director



Maradia Tsaava

Maradia Tsaava is a journalist and documentary filmmaker from Tbilisi, Georgia. She is actively working with different local and international media organizations and is involved in film industry representing Georgian production company OpyoDoc. In 2021, she finished her first feature documentary ‘Water Has No Borders’, which premiered at DOK Leipzig in the International Competition section and which is screening at this year’s CPH:DOX. She is currently working on her second documentary.

Filmmaker and Journalist




Frigge Fri

Frigge Fri er en visuel historiefortæller, der især er optaget af at skabe film, der tør gå tæt på det skæve og usædvanlige, der omgiver os. Hun er uddannet dokumentarist fra Den Nationale Filmskole i 2013 og er uddannet fra den danske kunstfotografskole Fatamorgana i 2008. Hendes første spillefilm ‘Dark Blossom’ havde premiere i Next:Wave Competition på CPH:DOX 2021 og blev belønnet med Politiken:Dox Award for bedste danske film.




Annie Karlsson

Annie Karlsson har været programansvarlig for Göteborg Film Festival siden 2015. Hendes hovedfokus har været på nordiske film og nye nordiske talenter som programansvarlig og koordinator for Nordic Film Lab. Når hun ikke udvælger film til Göteborg Film Festival, er hun projektleder hos Doc Lounge, en organisation, der skaber særlige visninger af dokumentarfilm i off cinema-miljøer.




Alvaro Fernandez-Pulpeiro

Álvaro F. Pulpeiro er filmskaber og bor i øjeblikket i Madrid, Spanien. Han tilbragte sine første leveår i Saguenay, Quebec, og det nordlige Galicien, Spanien. Efter at være vokset op mellem det nordlige Brasilien og det vestlige Australien flyttede han til London, hvor han afsluttede sin uddannelse fra Architectural Association School of Architecture i 2015. Udover at skrive og undervise internationalt har han instrueret to kortfilm og to dokumentarfilm, som har konkurreret på anerkendte filmfestivaler verden over. ‘So Foul a Sky’ havde premiere i Next:Wave-konkurrencen på CPH:DOX 2021. Hans praksis har hovedsageligt fundet sted i Sydamerika, hvor han er ved at udvikle et langsigtet fiktionsfilmprojekt.