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 and their producer. The directors count Pernille Rose Grønkjær behind such films as The Monastery – Mr. Vig and the Nun (IDFA winner), Love Addict and Genetic Me; 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. The producer Sigrid Dyekjær has produced most of the companies films, latest the oscar nominated The Cave produced with Kirstine Barfoed and directed by Fares Fayad and the film I Walk by Jørgen Leth.
Apart from being the home and base of their own films, the company also co-produces 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.