about

MOBY DOX makes anthropological documentary films, podcasts, photos and more. Both Katz and Schrader have studied and worked in the field of visual anthropology and are interested in promoting the interaction between academic knowledge and popular dissemination.

MINNA KATZ

Radio host at Diburim, Universitetsradioen, Copenhagen University (2016).

BSc in Anthropology with a special focus on visual anthropology and Israel-Palestine conflict at the University of Copenhagen (2015)

Photographer of the short film project Urban Ballet CPH (post-production 2015).

Director and photographer of the short film "A Part of Being an Israeli" (2013).

Fotographer of the short film ”A Sundanese Wedding” (2013) by Len Henriksen.

Production assistant at Danish Documentary Production on "The Bailiff" (2012) by Phie Ambo and assistant director of the documentary "Good Things Await" (2014) by Phie Ambo.

 

minkatz@hotmail.com

Tel. (+45) 4074 3538

RIKKE SCHRADER

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Anthropologist, researcher and project assistent at Elk Film (2014-2015): Crowdfunding employee, coordinator, eventmanager and promoter of the documentary film "Life is Sacred" (DK: Colombias Kamp for Fred) (2014) by Andreas Dalsgaard.

Have been working in collaboration with Final Cut for Real, Haslund Film, Danish Institute for International Studies, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, The Technical and Environmental Administration - City of Copenhagen.

MSc in Anthropology, University of Copenhagen (2016). Specializing in visual anthropology and gender studies.

BSc in Anthropology and Cognitive Semiotics, Aarhus University (2013)

 

 

rikkeschrader@gmail.com

Tel. (+45) 2860 993