I’m very happy to be working with founder of UX Copenhagen 2021, Helle Martens, for yet another year, creating the set design for the conference. This will happend from March 25th – 26th.
Unfortunately this year also, the conference will be held online, nonetheless with very interesting speakers. I hope to experience the buzzing days when some 400 participants and speakers from all over the world gathers again, as one big UX Copenhagen family next year.
Tjek the party out at https://uxcopenhagen.com/
Into the autumn, we are shooting on the island of Fyen, telling the beautiful story of “Høst” (Harvest). Based on an original book from 1911, the setting is Denmark in the late 1880’s where the womens perspective of living and evolving themselves is portrayed. We shoot on 16 mm film which is an absolute bliss and add a wonderful, subtile feel to the visual identity of the film.
Director and screenwriter: Tea Lindeburg. DOP: Marcel Zyskind. Productions designer: Jesper Clausen. Prop master: Michala Steiner-Rode. Props: Rasmus With and Johan Dandanell.
Media coverage of Paperhouse’s presence in Copenhagen
Paperhouse, also known as La Casa De Papel films in Copenhagen these days.
I was fortunate to be able to be a part of the Danish art departement as Prop Master. Unfortunately, just one day before our preps started I needed urgent surgery in my back and therefore couldn’t join the production as planned. Fortunately I am having a quick recovery and I am now so proud of my Danish colleagues for pulling this large scale production off with the talented people of La Casa De Papel.
We are very proud that The BBC has picked up DNA, a Danish crime series that stars Oscar-nominated British actress Charlotte Rampling. It will air in Britain later this year.
Currently we are waiting to start pre-production of the continuation of the feature film “De forbandede år” which premiered on January 9th of this year. Over 400.000 people went to see this amazing story at the movies. Where the first film took us though the years 1939-1943 along side the Danish family Holm, the second film will bring us the the liberation of The Second World war in 1945.
Production company: Space Rocket Nation. Production designer: Søren Gam. DOP: Morten Søborg. Director: Anders Refn.
The national Danish broadcaster DR is telling an yet untold story about Hilters personal photographer, Walter Frentz, and his journey through Denmark in the summer of 1943. “Hitlers hemmelige Danmarksbilleder” reveal to us what he documented through his lens. These visual stories soon showed out to have an great impact on Hitler’s leadership from there on.
On January 8th 2020, the first episode will see the day of light. We can’t wait to share this story with you.
Conceptual DOP: Hannelore Dörner. Production leader: Micha Frey Baudry. Productions company: LAUD PEOPLE. Props (Denmark): Michala Steiner-Rode.
I’m are thrilled to share the trailer the crimes series DNA that we produced in the first half of 2019. Premiere on Sept 9th at TV2. Production company is Nordisk Film TV in an international cooperation where the series was shot in various locations in Denmark, in the Czech republic and in France.
Production designer: Søren Gam. Head of props: Arvid Berg Ørnbak and Michala Steiner-Rode. Conceptual director: Henrik Genz. Conceptual DOP: Jørgen Johannsen.