Racha H Larsen
Racha Helen Larsen is a creative producer and owner of Oslo based production company Yellow Log. With several years of experience from the industry, working for many of the largest TV production houses in Norway, as producer, director and post-production manager, she founded her own company in 2016.
Racha is educated from the University of Manchester with a Masters in Ethnographic Documentary. She also has a masters degree from Volda University in Documentary Filmmaking and an Executive Master of Management from BI Norwegian Business School.
Egil Håskjold Larsen
Director and Cinematographer, Norway
Egil Håskjold Larsen is educated in still photography from Anadolu University, Turkey, with a masters in documentary film from Volda University College. He has worked as a cinematographer for several documentary and feature films, including works with directors like Victor Kossakovsky. Egils feature film debut as a director; 69 Minutes of 86 Days, earned him numerous national and international prizes, and the new film Where Man Returns was the opening film at Tromsø International Film Festival in 2019.
Filmmaker and entrepreneur residing between Silicon Valley and Barcelona. Graduated in Business from the University of Barcelona she worked in Berlin and LA as a producer and Creative Director of film and TV before setting up her first film festival (Landscape Film Festival).
In 2016, she moved to Silicon Valley, where combining her passion for film and innovation she founded a content lab for new mediums, Garage Stories, which has already taken place in cities such as Barcelona, San Francisco and Mexico; and has given workshops in institutions such as the MIT Media Lab in Boston, the Sonar + D and the USC University in Los Angeles. Some of the resulting projects have been presented at TEDx.
Filmmaker & film-teacher, Greenland/Sweden
Inuk holds a master’s degree in film and language from the University of Aarhus, Denmark. He has been involved in several short film- and marketing video productions, but it is in the teaching of film and especially film production that he has found his calling. He has been making home movies and short animations since his childhood in Greenland, and as an adult he has worked in several secondary- and post secondary schools in both Sweden and Denmark teaching and coordinating film studies and classes. He was a jury member of Oregon Filmfestival (Denmark), a film festival for young filmmakers for a couple of years before moving to Sweden where he now lives with his family. Today he is the head of Nordiska Filmskolan, the film department at a renowned joint Nordic folk high school just outside of Gothenburg. Inuk is also a keen lecturer and have been involved in cultural festivals, film works- hops etc. in most Nordic countries. His main focus when making films - as well as in teaching - has always been on personal stories and storytelling in the short film format.
As an active member of Film.gl - the association of Greenlandic film community - he is very interested in all things related to his home country of Green- land. During the summer of 2018 he made the award-winning short film ‘Home’ which premiered at Nuuk International Film Festival the same year.
Mahdi Fleifel is a Danish-Palestinian director and co-founder of London-based production company Nakba FilmWorks.
His feature documentary, A WORLD NOT OURS, received many awards, among them the Peace Prize at the Berlinale, and the Yamagata and DOC:NYC Grand Jury Prizes.
In 2016 Fleifel won a Silver Bear for A MAN RETURNED, and his follow-up, A DROWNING MAN, was presented in the 2017 Cannes Competition. His most recent short, I SIGNED THE PETITION, won Best Short Documentary at IDFA and the European film nomination in Sarajevo in 2018.
Anders has a master in media studies from the University of Oslo. His debut feature Skynd Deg Sakte (Hurry Slowly) had its official Norwegian premiere at Tromsø International Film Festival 2018, followed by screening in the main section at Slamdance, Park City. He lives in Ålesund, combining work as a social worker along with making films.
Musician from Tromsø who has been working in Tromsø, Berlin and Europe for the past 15 years. Along the way, Rune recorded 8 albums in collaboration with producers such as Lars Lien and Guy Sternberg. Currently he’s active under the artist name Port Almond.
“Barents Sound Design I think is an incredibly exciting collaboration. I look forward to working with both Norwegian and international talents during this year's edition of NUFF!”
Sound engineer, Norway
Sivert har studert på Musikkonservatoriet i Tromsø hvor han har tatt en bachelorgrad i pedagogikk og rytmisk gitar. Etter fem år på konservatoriet dro Sivert til Sydney for å studere lydteknikk ved Australian Institute of Music. Sivert har lang erfaring både innen undervisning og som lydtekniker for mange av byens artister og band.
Sivert has studied at the Conservatory of Music in Tromsø, where he has taken a bachelor's degree in pedagogy and rhythmic guitar. After five years at the conservatory, Sivert went to Sydney to study audio technology at the Australian Institute of Music. Sivert has extensive experience in teaching as well as sound technician for many of the city's artists and bands.