Founder and director of the international film festival CPH:DOX, Tine Fischer is also the director of DOX:LAB, an international talent development and production program, and CPH:FORUM an international co-production and financing forum.
During the last ten years, she has been involved in the contemporary art scene as partner in the leading Scandinavian art gallery Andersen-s Contemporary and has an intensive network within the art world.
2009 she graduated from EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs) and founded the production company Fischer Film specialized in art house and films crossingover between film and contemporary art. She has formed a joint venture deal with the Danish producer Helle Ulsteen with whom she is currently developing five feature projects.
She produced Accidentes Gloriosos (Mauro Andrizzi, Marcus Lindeen, 2011) that won the Orizzonti Award at Venice Film Festival (2011).
Recently, she produced the extensive film & art project Little Sun with the Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, which opened the Tate Modern in Autumn 2012.