Kirstine Barfod


"I don't have any advice at all. I think we all make the films that reflect the kind of people we are; we all make such different films.
There's not just one way of doing it"

- Kim Loginotto


Kirstine Barfod is educated producer from the independent film education frame Super16, and studied cultural studies and literature from Malmö University. Kirstine has a solid background in filmmaking and has produced several short films and documentaries (KIDD LIFE 2012) and Born To Lose (2015). Her recent film VENUS by Lea Glob and Mette Carla Albrechtsen premiered at IDFA 2016.



VENUS, documentary 80 min, by Lea Glob and Mette Carla Albrechtsen

Born To Lose - a film about Lorenzo Woodrose, documentary 82 min, by Palle Demant

NIELSEN, 3 x 20 min documentary web series by Cæcilie Ø. Sørensen

KIDD LIFE, documentary 96 min, by Andreas Johnsen

Puff Puff Pass, short, by Thomas Daneskov


Producer assistant

BUGS (Andreas Johnsen)

Man Falling (Anne Regitze Wivel)

Something Better To Come (Hanna Polak)

The Newsroom – Off the Record (Mikala Krogh)

Good Things Await (Phie Ambo)




Seeyousound, Torino best music documentary 2015
Brussels Film Festival best music documentary award 2013
Soundtrack Cologne best music documentary award 2013
Bodil Award nomination for best documentary 2013
KIDD LIFE special mention in Sound & Vision CPH:DOX 2012


Shoot for the Moon

Drama special mention best short film


Puff Puff Pass

Odense Film Festival Audience Award 2013
Odense Film Festival Talent Award 2013
Clermont Ferrand mediateque Award 2014
Nominated for Robert best short fiction 2014
Ekkoshortlist Award Best male actor 2014
Ekkoshortlist Jury Award for best film 2014
Ekkoshortlist Award Best script 2014
Ekkoshortlist Award Best photography 2014
Ekkoshortlist Award Best editing 2014