Ivalo Frank was born in Greenland and is today an award winning film director based in Berlin and Copenhagen. She initiated Greenland Eyes in 2010, along with Lill-Ann Körber, lecturer at the Humboldt university of Berlin. She is head of Greenland Eyes’ overall concept and satellite events.
Nicholas Alan is from the Midlands in the UK. Coming from a background in financial research, today he works as a film and festival consultant and producer. He began working on Greenland Eyes in 2013 and is head of the festival organisation.
Naja Detreköy has worked in the music business for the past 10 years, in both Copenhagen, London and Berlin working for a digital music and video company, providing global distribution and promotion for independent artists and labels.
Robert W. Monk is a film critic and writer. He has produced reviews and interviews for a.o. Clash Magazine, Don’t Panic, Flickering Myth and Ex Berliner. He also has worked for the London Underground Film Festival. Born in London, he works between Italy and the UK and is responsible for all film reviews.
Greenland Eyes ’14 fundraising:
Ida Storm Jansen holds business and communications degrees from Danish and German universities. After herself teaching at universities for five years, she has worked as a marketing consultant and as an international marketing manager. She set up her own creative consulting business in 2009.
Silvia Müller was born in Berlin and recently returned from Stockholm following a semester studying for her B.A. in Library and Information Science and Scandinavian Studies. Past experience includes press work for the Berlin & Stockholm Film Festivals and she is responsible for film collection and organisation.
Nivi Christensen is originally from Greenland, but is now based in Copenhagen. She holds a master in Art History from the University of Copenhagen, with a special focus on Greenlandic Art. She works at The Greenlandic House in Copenhagen.
Online film editor:
Stine Bech Poulsen holds a major in History of Ideas and Anthropology. With an interest in visual anthropology and the impact of visual arts on culture and society, she began working at Greenland Eyes in 2013 and has edited all the short films on the website.
Graphic and web design:
Pawel Wróbel is a Polish born, Berlin based web designer and programmer. With over 15 years experience in conceptual graphics work, he possesses a wealth of design and technical knowledge and has created all of the striking online content for Greenland Eyes ’14.