THE ART OF WORKING IN PAIRS (2019)
Documentary // 11. Min (Premiere at Tromsø International Film Festival 2019)
Louise and Henrik are two aging professional circus acrobats who constantly search for new ways to perform their art form. They look upon their practice as a lifelong project, and they have no idea when or how it will end. But for how long can they keep it up, as they grow older and have become parents for the first time.
Documentary // 15. Min
A portrait of the director's dawning transition from young to adult that centers around individuals positive contributions in a period of life filled with confusion and gloomy future prospects
Winner Best Nordic Documentary at Minimalen Short Film Festival 2019
"An extremely personal, heartfelt and down-to-earth portrait of a filmmaker's journey to find his vocation which leads him to re-examine some key figures of his youth"
Short Film // 15. Min
Communicating through her portable video camera, Heidi films the disastrously ongoing chamber play between her parents and the building repression within her father. In order to get more sun on the family’s terrace this summer, a large tree needs to be cut down in the garden. Her mother insists that Heidi’s father helms the execution, which gets tricky when Joe, their charismatic neighbour turns out to be the natural leader. What starts out as a simple household task, becomes the root of all problems, the tree only a mere catalyst to the dysfunctional family's attitudes and routines.
Excerpt from the film