The Board Members choose the Ambassadors for the European Animation Emile Awards.
We took a special care to examine all the many candidacies we received. We are grateful to the many professionals
who applied and who want to help us in this amazing adventure.

As an Ambassador they represent the Association and be a relay in contact with public medias and professionals.
For this first nomination, twelve ambassadors have been choosing for eight countries.
We are really proud to respect our aims and appoint ambassadors for countries underestimated by a large audience
in the animation world and misrepresented at the European level.

In Armenia the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Vrej Kassouny,
Founder and Director of ReAnimania International Animation Film & Comics Art Festival at Yerevan.

In Austria the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Holger Lang,
researcher, artist and filmmaker.

In Finland the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Anttu Harlin,
CEO and founder of Gigglebug Entertainment.

In Georgia the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Mariam Kandelaki,
artistic director at International Animation Film Fest Nikozi.

In Ukraine the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Alik Shpilyuk,
a member of the European Film Academy and program director of the KROK International Animated Film Festival.

In Russia the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Maria Tereschenko,
co-founder of Russia Association of Animated Films, and Lyubov Gaidukova, producer and CEO of School-Studio SHAR.

In the United Kingdom the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Kieran Argo,
co-founder of the Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival in Bristol.

In Croatia the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Daniel Šuljić,
artistic director at Animafest.

In Spain the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by José Luis Farias, director and creator of 3D WIRE,
and Damian Perea Lezcano, director and producer at ANIMAYO.

In Ireland the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Meabh Tammemagi, a producer at Mooshku.

In Flemish Belgium the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Eric Goosens, co-owner and producer of Walking the Dog.

In Germany the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Jakob Schuh, film director,
and Annegret Richter, managing director of AG Animationsfilm.

In Greece the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Vassilis Kroustallis,
animation journalist (Zippy frames) and artistic director of Be There! Corfu Animation Festival.

In Italy the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Cristian Jezdic, producer, Vice- President of Cartoon Italy,
and Luca Raffaelli, animation specialist and journalist and festival director.

In Norway the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Anders Narverud Moen, director of Fredrikstad animation festival.

In Sweden the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Petter Lindblad, owner and producer of Snowcloud Films AB.

In Portugal the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Jorge Ribeiro, President of Casa da Animação.

In Denmark the European Animation Emile Awards is represented by Simon Andreasen,
Head of the Animations Director education at the National Filmschool of Denmark and Head of the Danish Academy of Interactive Entertainment.

 

There are still so many countries to represent! If you want to apply and be a part our team you can
send us a short letter to introduce yourself and explain why you want to be an ambassador.

Thanks for reading and do not forget to join us!

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