BUGS at Tribeca Film Festival

Just announced: BUGS by Andreas Johnsen will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April.

For the last few months, we’ve already been engaging people to explore edible insects through a comprehensive web platform called¬†BUGSfeed, with new content added almost every day.

Check out BUGSfeed and join us at¬†http://www.bugsfeed.com¬†‚Äď it’s a fascinating world waiting to be discovered. And it may well be part of our lives in the near future.



Best Documentary Bodil for Ai Weiwei, The Fake Case!

Directed by Andreas Johnsen and produced by Katrine A. Sahlstr√łm, this intimate portrait of world know Chinese artist and activist went home with the “Danish Oscar” : the BODIL.

Unipol Award for Ai Weiwei, The Fake Case!

Bologna’s¬†Biografilm Festival handed out the UNIPOL Award to Andreas Johnsen for his film about the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.

Good Things Await premiering on the 3rd of september

We are proud to present Phie Ambo’s new film about the biodynamic farmer Niels and his Wife Rita.

Niels is 79 years old and one of the last idealistic farmers in the agricultural country of Denmark. He makes some of the world’s finest products, praised by the consumers, prized by the world’s best restaurant, NOMA in Copenhagen, and nursed in harmony with the universe. But Niels’ ways of farming in accordance with the planets and the primal instincts of the animals are not too popular with the authorities. They are threatening to withdraw his license to keep cattle, the buildings are deteriorating, and with no successor to take over, Niels risks seeing his life fall apart.

Watch the trailer

Buy your tickets here 

The Newsroom – Off the Record is now screening all over Denmark

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The film has been overwhelmingly well received by both critics and the press.

If you want to watch the movie find a Local Cinema or Watch the trailer!

You can also buy the danish version of the poster.


For further information about The Newsroom – Visit our website

Sigrid Dyekjær wins an award

Sigrid Dyekjær received the speciel IB award 2015 at the annual Danish Film Academy Award. The award is given for outstanding Production of Theatrical Motion Pictures.

The award was given on the basis of the following:

–¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† The whole world is her playing field. She brings the greatest stories from the world home to Danish documentary, and likewise the best of Danish documentary out into the world

–¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† She sees possibilities rather than limitations and is not afraid to fight film-political battles

–¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† She fights tirelessly to make money to put on the screen and she is constantly trying to change the subsidy systems so the best possible films make it to the international market

–¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† She is persistently on a journey to find financial aid and in search of future financing and distribution

–¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† As the award committee further notes, on Sigrid‚Äôs website it states: ‚ÄúIn my world there are no great stories ‚Äď only great directors.‚ÄĚ

Sigrid Dyekjær nominated for PGA

Sigrid Dyekj√¶r¬†and Hanna Polak¬†was nominated for Producers Guild Awards of America for their work with Something Better to Come (B√łrnene p√• Putins losseplads)
Even though they didn’t take home the award, it was still an amazing night.

Special thanks to Elsa Adams for the beautiful dress and Josephine Bergs√łe for the wonderful jewellery’s