Directors

Esben Toft Jacobsen

 

Esben Toft Jacobsen graduated from The National Film School of Denmark as Animation Director in 2006 with the graduation film Having a Brother, about the hedgehog Morten who wants to get rid of his baby brother. The film was awarded a special mention at the Berlinale’s children’s section, Generation Kplus. Since 2008, Esben has been firmly associated with Copenhagen Bombay, directing such titles as the short Kiwi & Strit for Carsten & Gitte’s Movie Madness and The Great Bear, which was also picked for competition for Berlinale’s Generation Kplus. The Great Bear premiered in Denmark in February of 2011 and garnered very positive reviews  and several international awards.

 

Films shown at FFF

Ahn Jae-Hoon

Born in 1969, Korea

 

Movies:

1998 [One Day of Hitchcock] 7 min.

2000 [Innocent Joy] 27 min.

2010   [Green Days] 100 min.

2014 [The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1] 90 min.

Jung Henin

Born in 1965 in Seoul, Jung Henin was adopted by a Belgian family in 1971. After his studies at the Academy of the Art Schools of Bruxelles, in 1987 he works as illustrator for «Spirou» magazine. He illustrates also the covers of Belgian «Business Magazine». In 1997, in collaboration with Martin Ryelandt, he directs Young Girl and the Wind, an heroic-fantasy serie. In collaboration with Jee-Yun he publishes Kwaïdan (2001) and Okiya (2006).

Films shown at FFF