Mario Kalogjera (1967, Zagreb) worked in comics, publishing his work in various magazines. In 1988, he started working at Zagreb film as an animator and in-betweening supervisor on Little Flying Bears animated series. In the early 1990s, he worked on a number of music videos, some of which have aired on MTV (Afrika by Dino Dvornik, etc.), as well as the first Croatian gaming TV show for youth, Modul 8. In 1995, he started working for the Croatian Radiotelevision as a graphic designer and animator on various TV credits. After leaving the Croatian Radiotelevision, he started working for Kenges studio on animated and live action film post-production (Leviathan, Soldier, Will Not Stop There, etc.) and designing advertisements. For the last ten years, he has worked as a freelancer in animation, focusing on post-production of animated films, including Nighthawk (Animafest 2017 Grand Prix), Hedgehog’s Home, Train, as well as stereoscopic 3D films like A.D.A.M. and Dokument Parakozmik.