Kasper Lykke Schultz

Junior Producer


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