Classmates. Everyone together.

All children have the right to feel safe and happy at school. This is written in the Norwegian Law. So why is Lisa not feeling happy? And Antony? And Levin? Why do many children experience bullying at school? This animated series gives children insight into various forms of bullying - and knowledge on how bullying can be stopped. The series is based on recent Scandinavian research and developed in collaboration with a group of experts. In four episodes we get to see how children and adults stopped bullying and exclusion at their school.


My Favorite War

My Favorite War is the director's personal story of growing up in the Soviet Union during the Cold War. A coming-of-age tale about finding one's own identity, loyalty and truth beneath the propaganda and oppression of an authoritarian regime. With the rise of undemocratic forces today, this animated documentary is more relevant than we would like it to be.

Annecy Feature film contrechamp award, 2020
Bucheon International Animation Film Festival, special distinction prize
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival, Feature Film Grand Prix
Latvia's National Film Award, Best Animation Film & Best Animation Director
Nominations & Festivals
Palm Springs International Animation Festival
Helsinki International Film Festival
Ottawa International Animation Festival
And many more (See project website)

My Body Belongs To Me

My body belongs to Me is an animated TV-series providing children (6-8 years) with basic information about their body, boundaries and sexual abuse. The aim of the series is to give children the condence to report if they experience sexual abuse, and for all children to learn about boundaries – both their own and other's. International versions of the series is under development.

International Emmy Awards 2018
Winner - Gullruten 2018
Winner - Nordic Kids Media Festival 2018
Bronze - Prix Jeunesse 2018

Grown-ups should never hit you

What is Violence? And why is all violence against children illegal in Norway? The film shows that violence is never the fault of children, and that all children in Norway have the right to get help if they are afraid of an adult at home.

Nominations & Festivals
Chicago International Children's Film Festival