Susanne Kovács is a TV director from the Danish Media and Journalism School. She previously studied fine arts and narrative storytelling in Germany, and was trained in filmmaking at the European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark. It Takes A Family is her first mid-length documentary, and was part of the Twelve for the Future Workshop in 2015-2016. Susanne participated in the IDFAcademy in 2016 with the film.
The Newsroom - Off the Record
As the daughter of an editor-in-chief, Mikala Krogh was weaned on newspaper copy. She, however, chose a different path for herself, and graduated from the National Film School of Denmark as a documentary film director in 2001. Central to Krogh’s filmography is her constant exploration of existential dilemmas and her ability to seek out her stories among the many interesting fates of real life.
2017 - A Year of Hope
2012 - A Normal Life
2009 - Cities on Speed: Cairo/Garbage
2008 - Evertyhing is Relative
2006 - Beth's Diary
2004 - My Grandfather's Murderer
Cold Case Hammarskjöld
Mads Brügger is a Danish journalist, television host, author and filmmaker. He has written several books, worked for magazines and newspapers, produced award-winning radio programs, and hosted the critically-acclaimed, late-night television show, The 11th Hour, as well as the daily news program, Deadline.
2012 - The Ambassador
2010 - The Red Chapel
Emil Langballe (b.1982) studied broadcast journalism and video production in Aarhus and New York before earning an MA in documentary filmmaking at the British National Film and Television School. His MA film, Beach Boy (2013) has been shown worldwide and was awarded in festivals like Karlovy Vary, Thessaloniki, Tampere and Hot Docs. Emil has directed the children’s doc series, Josefine’s Farm (CPH:DOX 2015). The Wait is his first, longer documentary film.