Paul Driessen

Animation Creator

Paul Driessen drew cartoons from an early age.In 1964 he started his animation career at an animation film & TV studio near Amsterdam. In 1967 Paul Driessen was invited to London, UK, to work on George Dunning's THE YELLOW SUBMARINE. In 1970 he emigrated to Canada and began animating his personal short films for the National Film Board of Canada. Since 1976 he also animated and directed many of his films for independent producers in The Netherlands. Paul Driessen has won many awards for his work.His film 3 MISSES earned him an Oscar nomination in 2000. Until 2005 Paul Driessen has also taught animation at the university of Kassel in Germany. Under his guidance his students have won two Oscars. In 2014 Paul Driessen moved to France where he is now working on a new project which is scheduled for the summer of 2016.

Takeshi Hamada

Hokkaido, Japan
Director of Photography

Takeshi Hamada was born in 1951 in Japan. A six-time nominee of the Japanese Academy, Takeshi Hamada won the Best Cinematography Award from the organization for his work on Departures (Okuribito), which also won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2009.

Shane RJ Walter

Founder, Creative Director, onedotzero

Working in digital for 25 years, Shane is a multi-disciplinary creative director, designer, curator, commissioner and writer. He founded onedotzero, the international moving image festival that toured the world for over 15 years to over 150 cities. The organization now celebrates its 20 years as a creative and cultural agency at the forefront of digital culture. Shane has commissioned and produced scores of award winning short films and animations, and is in demand as a speaker, judge and chair for festivals, conferences, awards and events across digital media, art, design, the creative industries and film and animation.

Miyuki Matsuda

Actress, Photographer

After working as a model, Miyuki made her screen debut in the 1979 film Kindaichi Kousuke no Boken. Her major roles include parts in Elephant Song, Genki no Kamisama, Nodo Jiman, Chloe, and Hannin ni Tsugu, among many other works. Her major works are included “Elephant Song”(1994) by Riju Go, “Life can be so wonderful” (2007) by Osamu Minorikawa, “Onna taachi no miyako - Waggen Oggen” by Eruto Minami by Akira Inori and “STILL THE WATER” (2014) by Naomi Kawase. Her appearecese in recent works included “Love & Peace” (2015) by Shion Sono, Boku wa bousan. (2015) by Yukinori Makabe. And many more her apperances on TV series.

Han Ye-ri

Korea (South)

Graduated from Korea National University of Arts,K-Arts and School of Korean Traditional Arts, studied Korean Traditional Dance. She has appeared in many independent films. In 2012 she awarded BaekSang Arts Awards and Best New Actress by a film “As One” (2012). She also appeared in “Commitment” (2013) and “Haemoo” (2014) as well, and became one of the most promising new young stars in Korea. Recently, she acted on TV in “Six Flying Dragons” and “Age of Youth”. She has acted on wide range of films and TV dramas. In 2016 Han is in “A Quiet Dream” (2016) directed by Lu ZHANG and the film was selected opening film at 21st Busan International Film Festival.