FOR A DECADE NOW, DANISH DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION (founded in 2007) has been an international key player in the world of high-end cinematic documentary films.

The company is run by three talented directors. The directors count Pernille Rose Grønkjær behind such films as The Monastery – Mr. Vig and the Nun (IDFA winner), Den Anden Side and Hunting for Hedonia; Eva Mulvad who directed Love Child, A Modern Man, The Good Life and Enemies of Happiness (Sundance and IDFA winner); and last, but not least Mikala Krogh, director of Scandinavian Star, A year of hope,  A Normal Life (CPH:DOX audience award) and The Newsroom – Off the Record.

Apart from being the home and base of their own films, the company also produced a number of international films such as Safari by Ulrich Seidl, Cars We Drove into Capitalism by Boris Missirkov & Georgi Bogdano, and Victor Kossakovsky’s film Aquarela, as well as the Oscar nominated The Cave directed by Fares Fayad and the film I Walk by Jørgen Leth.