Pedro Serrazina is an award-winning director, senior lecturer, animation researcher and artistic director of Cinanima Festival. His first short, the “Tale about the Cat and the Moon”, was premiered at Cannes and is still regularly screened in retrospectives Serrazina’s work ranges from short films and site-specific installations to music videos and academic projects. He is interested in the interconnections between architecture, public space and animation, completed his MA at the Royal College of Art, London, and a practice-based PhD at Univ. Lusófona, Lisbon, where he teaches. His international work includes a United Nations commissioned project developed with the local community in Tunis, using animation to address the theme of local empowerment in Tunisia A member of the Society for Animation Studies and co-organizer of Ecstatic Truth, annual symposium on animation and documentary practices, Serrazina is currently preparing his next film, What remains of us. In his spare time, he is an eager collector of records and graphic novels
2015 - PhD, in communication Sciences – Animation, Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon.
1998 - MA in animation, Royal College of Art, London.