Bullitt Film is premiering with 3 documentary films at CPH:DOX 2013 !
The Agreement by Karen Stokkendal Poulsen; EU chief negotiator Robert Cooper has to settle
an agreement on stabile co-existence between Kosovo and Serbia. Stakes are high! Days of Hope,
af film of illegal, African immigrants with a high risk course to Europe. A film about dreams, hope
and what price you pay for both, by Ditte Haarløv Johnsen. Suitable, by Katrine Philp. What is
integration potential? A story of "kvoteflygtinge" - refugees from Myanmar, coming to Denmark.
Wisit the CPH:DOX website for tickets and information
DAYS OF HOPE, by Ditte Haarløv Johnsen, honoured as the 3rd best Danish
Documentary, year 2013 by the Danish Newspaper Politiken. We are very proud!
We congratulate the other Danish documentaries on the list, 2nd "Blodets Bånd",
directed by Christian Sønderby Jepsen og Pernille Bervald Jørgensen and and 1st
"Drømmen om en Familie", directed by Mira Jagil. Read more HERE
Bullitt Film proudly annonces that My Friend Lauge, a fantastic
Swedish- Danish animated story for kids by award winning
author Eva Lindström has been selected for this year´s Berlin
Film Festival. The film is part of the programme…
"My friend Lauge" has been co-produced by Bullitt Film and
Hlafdan Rasmussen created the score. It´s excellent!
Mette Carla Toft Albrechtsen and Rikke Tambo Andersen, will be attending
Berlinale Talent Campus with their fiction project BLOOM.
We are proud to be one of the 10 selected scripts out of over a thousand.
See you there - we are looking forward.
We are happy and very proud to present SUME - directed by Inuk Silis Høegh, produced by Emile Peonard
and Co-Produced by Vibeke Vogel from Bullitt Film.
The 1960s brought massive changes to Greenland. Its scattered population was moved to larger cities.
A people of hunters and fishermen became factory labourers. Danish construction workers arrived by the thousands -
drawn by the economical advantages of working on Denmark's final frontier. Greenland lacked a strong voice. But that
was just about to change. "The Story of Sume" is a unique account of the four young students who released Greenland's
very first rock album in 1973. And went on to lead their people's first uprising against the Danish colonial powers.