After 25 years as an innovative short animation director, Kajsa Næss is ready for her feature film debut with TITINA.
Næss is known for her playful, humorous and humanistic films. Her award-winning shorts have featured in prestigious festivals such as Clermont-Ferrand, Annecy and Tribeca. In addition to her many film awards, Næss has been granted the Norwegian Ministry of Culture’s Human Rights Award. Her dozen credits include It Was Mine (2015), It’s Up To You (2013), Deconstruction Workers (2008), Leonid Shower (2004) and Mother Said (1999). Kajsa founded the Oscar winning studio Mikrofilm together with producer Lise Fearnley in 1996.
I tend to find my stories in the real world, but I don’t think I am making documentaries. Titina; More or less based on true avents…. . The Joy and regrets of choosing to base your animated feature on a truish story. How to try to make an unexpected and fresh animated tale about old heroic myths and characters.