Kasper Lykke Schultz
Kasper Lykke Schultz is part of the producer’s team at Danish Documentary where he works on the company’s many projects, in close collaboration, with producer and co-owner Sigrid Jonsson Dyekjær, PGA.
In 2017 he finished producing his first documentary film “Gushegu Exile”, which premiered at CPH:DOX 2018. The film is directed by Emil Nørgaard Munk, shot in the Northern Ghana and examines the cultural phenomena of excluding women on the charge being witches.
Kasper has a varied background with a solid experience from the film industry. Before joining Danish Documentary, Kasper worked with fiction on various film productions, most recently at Nimbus Film. Kasper holds a Master of Arts in Cross-Cultural Studies and a BA in Balkan Studies from The University of Copenhagen and is a former student at The European Film College in Denmark. His versatile knowledge and experience from the film industry combined with this academic background, constitute a sound basis for producing documentary films.
Hunting for Hedonia (2018) by Pernille Rose Grønkjær – Associate Producer
How To Be a Woman (2018) by Alina Rudnitskaya) – Associate Producer
A Cherry Tale (2018) by Eva Mulvad – Associate Producer
Gushegu Exile (2017) by Emil Nørgaard Munk – Producer
A Year of Hope (2017) by Mikala Krogh – Associate Producer
The Man (2017) by Charlotte Sieling – Assistant to producer
Pound for Pound (2017) by Mikkel Serup – Production assistant
Satisfaction 1720 (2016) by Henrik Ruben Genz – Assistant to producer
Steppeulven (2015) by Ole Christian Madsen – Assistant to producer
Den Fremmede (2014) by Aske Bang – Production coordinator