Tine Fischer

Founder And Festival Director Of Cph:Dox (Denmark)

Tine Fischer

Tine Fischer is the founder and Director of the international film festival CPH:DOX. She is also the director and founder of CPH:LAB and CPH:FORUM. For five years Fischer worked at the Danish Film Institute.

She has been involved in the contemporary art scene as a partner in the art gallery Andersen_s Contemporary and as the curator of exhibitions focusing on art based film practices. 

In 2009 Fischer graduated from the European producers program EAVE. She is the owner of the Fischer Film production company and had produced ACCIDENTES GLORIOSOS by Mauro Andrizzi & Marcus Lindeen (Orizzonti Award at Venice Film Festival). She worked as executive producers on KILLING STRANGERS (Berlinale – Forum), LA ULTIMA PELICULA (TIFF), SOLECITO (Cannes, Director’s Fortnight) and STRANDED IN CANTON (Tribeca). Fischer had also produced an extensive film, art and web project LITTLE SUN with Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson which premiered at Tate Modern and Eliasson’s recent ICE WATCH film project during COP21.