The frame style travels to Chania Animation 2D

A CFF laboratory

Animators: Spyros Siakas, Lambrini Trivella, Georgia Kalliri, Konstantinos Nikolatos

Place of Implementation: Cultural Center of Chania


Anniversary animation workshop on the tenth anniversary of the Chania Film Festival. The technique to be followed is based on animation toys, such as the miracle flower, the zootrope and the philoscope.

Short Bio:

Spyros Siakas is Associate Professor of 3D animation at the University of Athens, Deputy Director of the Postgraduate Program in Animation at the University of Athens, editor of the international online scientific journal AFIMEC head programmer animation at the International Short Film Festival of Drama and founding member and member of the Board of Directors of ASIFA HELLAS.

His research interests include explorations on the dynamic nature of animation and the redefinition of its technical and aesthetic parameters in an equally dynamic context of technological developments and scientific fields.

He is currently involved in the development and production of the animation feature trilogy Goblins, with the support of GFC, ERT and Media desk, creative Europe.


Lambrini Trivella holds a PhD from the School of Applied Arts and Culture of the University of Athens, in the department of Graphic Design and Visual Communication specialized in the organization and production of three-dimensional animation. She has completed postgraduate studies in the Management of Cultural Units of HOU and in Comparative Pedagogy specializing in issues of quality of education NKUA. She is a lecturer at undergraduate and postgraduate level in animation and is General Manager of the international online scientific journal AFIMEC. She has participated in animation teacher training workshops and creative animation workshops for primary school students.

He has organized, coordinated and communicated the creative team in projects.


Georgia Kalliri is a graduate of the Department of Graphic Design and Visual Communication. He has specialized in animation and three-dimensional design. With drawing as a tool and with the knowledge he has gained through the animation workshop, he can implement ideas in many different ways depending on the message he wants to convey to the audience. She has participated in many workshops on learning animation to students.


Konstantinos Nikolatos is a graduate of the Department of Graphic Design and Visual Communication of the University of Athens. He has specialized in creating 3D graphics, motion design and especially in 3D animation, comic.He is creative, organized and receptive to group projects. She has worked in the private sector in audiovisual production companies in the past and has collaborated with Georgia Kalliri in many laboratory projects.