A fun fact about Tobias is that in his role as the criminal villain in the upcoming Viaplay series Tobias made the longest one-take fight scene in Danish television history.
Nivi Pedersen is a Greenlandic actress and director living in Nuuk, Greenland. Her career in film started with acting in 2014 in the Greenlandic horror film, Unnuap Taarnerpaaffiani. Since then, Nivi has starred in multiple Greenlandic film productions, such as The Last Walk (2016), Kiinappalik (2021), and Ajornavianngilatit (2021).
Nivis’s first international role was in 2020 when starring in the Swedish/Icelandic C-more tv-series Thin Ice. Her next international role was in the acclaimed Danish tv-series ‘Borgen’ airing in 2022, for which she was nominated for a Svend Award in the category ‘Hope of the Year’. Nivi was also assisting in the post-production of Borgen when doing ADRs in Greenlandic. Upon graduation from European Film College, she started her own production company Nivaara Films in 2017 and has produced and directed documentaries, short films, and podcasts.
Nivi was awarded the Greenlandic film industry’s award Innersuaq in 2020 for her work in the film industry as a director as well as an actress. The same year she was awarded the Moon Jury Award at imagineNATIVE for her documentary Pilluarneq Ersigiunnaarpara. In 2021 her short film UPDATED won an Audience Choice award at Astrophobia Film Festival.
Apart from her credited work Nivi is a UWC alumnus of Pearson College and has a bachelor’s degree in Greenlandic Language, Literature, and Media from the University of Greenland.
Nadja played the lead role of ‘Zara Dawit’ in the Swedish tv-series ‘First Responders’ (‘Åreakuten’), where she got raving reviews for her interpretation of the role. She has also played significant supporting roles in successful tv-series such as ‘A Class Apart’ (‘Zebrarummet’) and ‘The Corridor’ (‘Korridoren’). We will soon see Nadja in the role of Rebecca, a lawyer determined to fight for justice in the upcoming critically acclaimed TV series Top Dog.
Nadja is born and raised in Stockholm but has Ethiopian heritage. Nadja has experience in musical theatre and started auditioning in her teens which led her to work early on and she is still as passionate about her craft as she was in her youth.
Aside from her on-screen appearances, Nadja has significant experience in voice-over acting. Her portfolio has an array of special skills such as dancing, singing, martial arts (kickboxing), skiing, and horseback riding. Nadja speaks fluently in three languages, Swedish, English and Amharic.
Gina Marchwinski is an experienced and team-playing actress, who played a wide range of characters on various stages in Denmark, including the Danish Royal Theatre. Gina has also starred in several short and feature films, not to mention several tv shows, – one of them as the Prime minister’s secretary in the Danish award-winning hit show “Borgen”.
Gina is born and raised in Denmark but comes from a polish Jewish background. So besides mastering the Danish language, Gina speaks Polish, English, and German and knows Italian.
This year some of Gina’s credits include the rebellious Hodel in the musical “Fiddler on the Roof”, the lead character, in the children’s play “Mouse and Friends”, and she acted as a last-minute standby for the role of Regine in the play “Ghosts” by Ibsen. Most recently she played the part of the Polish prisoner Izabella in the heartbreaking World War II film “Hvidstensgruppen II”. She furthermore wrote, directed, and starred in her short film “1000 lives”. Gina also works as a voice-over artist.
Gina’s next upcoming projects include starring as the female lead in the stage production of Anders Thomas Jensen’s infamous movie “Flickering lights”. Gina recently had another project of her own picked up by a production company, which she will be writing, directing and starring in as the main character.
Per Ankjær is a Danish actor, who has been a part of Panorama Academy since 2021.
He started out doing voice-over and dubbing on TV documentaries and Radio commercials. Later on, he started acting on the screen where he also played some parts in TV documentaries.
Per study the American language with Jill Massie at Panorama Academy to master the American accent. He also has a strong creative foundation and he has a huge passion for writing screenplays too. Per wrote four episodes for Panorama’s Web series in 2022 and produced three of the episodes.
Besides acting Per also plays the guitar – he is self-taught and has played for several years.
Chantal Kappenberger is a Swiss – Danish citizen who is currently studying The Ivana Chubbuck acting technique at Panorama Academy and working parttime with jobs that interests and challenges her. She developed a passion for performing arts in her early years, doing schoolplays. After attending European Film College (2020-2021) she started working freelance as a costume assistent on film / TV and commercial productions, as she also has a great interest in fashion.
She loves physical (and challenging) activities and horses has always been a big part of her life, which has developed her (self)discipline, her mental and physical strengths and her sense of responsibility. She also enjoys a lot of other sports, amongst boxing, running, yoga, tennis, skiing and hiking.
Her goal is to become a hardworking professional actress, who’s able to achieve her greatest ambitions in the industry as well as in her personal life.
Babette is a warm and authentic actress. She is an accredited teacher in the Ivana Chubbuck technique, and has studied in Denmark and the US.
Babette is fluent in English, mastering both American, British and Southern accents, and is an experienced singer.
Daniel is a talented, upcoming screen actor and has been taking part in major productions on stage for the past 15 years. As an actor, Daniel shows great variety and range in his expressions and his roles. He graduated from Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts in 2018. Ever since his graduation, he has been working continuously with Ivana Chubbuck on her masterclass level.
He is writing and producing his material, and has latest shown his writing skills in the ‘Corona Viral monologues’.
He is in constant development and keeps refining his tools by participating in workshops, and masterclasses, and by producing his materials. Daniel plays both the piano and guitar from where he composes his music.
Emmeli Stjärnfeldt is a unique Swedish actress.
For Luc Besson’s platform Blackpills she played the lead role in the French-American series “Surrogate”. She portrayed Jane Martin – a woman working as a sex surrogate.
Emmeli lived in Australia for 7 years and graduated from the renowned Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts in 2010. The same year she landed her first role on the screen – playing one of the leads in “Victim-mentality-rhetoric” by Katja Wik / Plattform Produktion. An award-winning comedy classic that keeps popping up on Swedish television to this day.
More recently Emmeli starred in the popular Danish drama series “The Rain” for Netflix and also played a cop in the Swedish comedy series “Måste Gitt” for SVT.
Emmeli has extensive experience working both on-screen and in the theatre, for both main stage and independent theatre companies. She’s been the lead in numerous stage productions and had her debut as a scriptwriter with the play “SCHH!” at one of Sweden’s established stages.
She has her own studio based in Sweden and works continually as a voice actor.
A true powerhouse.