Director Andreas Koefoed has directed several character driven documentaries. His latest documentary “The Arms Drop” from 2014 about Danish Niels Holck and English Peter Bleach, was nominated for a Bodil award, and has been shown in more than 15 countries. Andreas Koefoed’s films have been selected for festivals all over the world, and has among others won awards at Tribeca Film Festival, Silverdocs, Full Frame, Sheffield Doc/Fest and CPH:DOX. 


For the last eight years in a row, Koefoed’s films have been selected for the biggest documentary film festival in the world; IDFA in Amsterdam, where his films have been nominated for awards four times.

Koefoed graduated as a Documentary director from the National Film School of Denmark in 2009, and in 2004 in Sociology from the University of Copenhagen, where he also studied anthropology and political science.

At Home In The World, 2015
The Arms Drop (Våbensmuglingen), 2014
A->B, 2013
The Ghost of Piramida, 2012
Ballroom Dancer, 2011
William Blakes - To The End Of The World, 2011
Pig Country, 2010
Weightless - a recording session with Jakob Bro, 2009 (producer/cinematographer)
Albert's winter, 2009
A Day in the Smoke, 2008
12 notes down, 2008
Beg, Borrow or Steal, 2006
Albert - a big brother to be, 2005



Producer Sara Stockmann has produced several strong international documentaries, which have gained socio-political influence.
‘Armadillo’, which among others won the Critics Week Grand Prize at Cannes and an Emmy award, created a heated public debate in Europe in 2009/2010 in relation to NATO’s intervention and the allied forces during the war in Afghanistan. The film was co-produced with 16 different countries, and was shown on TV channels all over the world, such as ZDF/ARTE, Channel 4 (UK), SVT, NRK and POV/PBS (US).


In 2010, Stockmann produced ‘Mercy Mercy: The Portrait of A True Adoption’, which was nominated for the best Documentary at IDFA in 2010, and which has recently been nominated for a Grierson Award.
After the international screening in Europe, it became the catalyst for Denmark and other European countries to revise their adoption procedures to stop corruption and other unethical adoption processes.

Sara Stockmann has a Masters of Arts in Media Science from the University of Copenhagen and the University of Amsterdam. She is on the board of the Committee of Documentary and Short films at the Danish Film Institute.


At Home in the World, 2015
Misfits, 2015
The Arms Drop, 2014
Miniyamba, 2013
The Boys Camp, 2013
I’m Thai, 2013
Mercy Mercy: The Portrait of a True Adoption, 2012
Me, Myself and Martin Laursen, 2012
Svend, 2011
Do It Project, 2011
Tankograd, 2010
Armadillo, 2010
Pig Country, 2010
Kim, 2009
Roskilde, 2008
The Arab Initiative, 2008
Real Estate, 2007




Editor Jacob Schulsinger graduated from the National Film School of Denmark in 2009.

Schulsinger has edited several masterpieces from important directors such as Rúnar Rúnarsson (Volcano), Ruben Östlund (Force Majeure) and Lars von Trier (Nymphomaniac).



Sparrows, 2015

Ártún, 2014

Force Majeure, 2014

Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut, 2014
Nymphomaniac, 2013
Matar Extraños, 2013
Weekendfar, 2013
Volcano, 2012
The Ghost of Piramida, 2012
Play, 2011
Fini, 2010
Anna, 2009
Alberts Vinter, 2009
Vejrmanden, 2009
Osman og Jeppe, 2009
12 toner ned, 2008
Jeg som vi, 2007



Composer Bo Rande is an acknowledged musician, songwriter and music producer, whose style mixes jazz, world music, pop and ambient. Furthermore, he is one of the main forces behind the internationally successful pop- and triphop band Blue Foundation.


Besides having had great international success in the music business, Rande has composed music for films like Beg, Borrow and Steel (2006), Til verdens ende (2010) and Matar Extraños (2013).