Michael Noer (born 1978) is a film director who has directed the festival award winning documentaries ‘Hawaii’, ‘Vesterbro’, and ‘De Vilde Hjerter’ (“The Wild Hearts’). His films are often energetic and historically combine the documentary genre with film from exotic places or closed environments, that the audience do not normally have access to themselves. Michael Noer is a graduate from The National Film School of Denmark.
Martin de Thurah (born 1974) is a film and music video director and is currently finishing a film, which will be screened in the Danish Pavillion on EXPO 2010. Martin de Thurah is responsible for several critically acclaimed productions, such as the short fiction ‘Vi Der blev tilbage’ (‘We Who Stayed Behind’) and ‘Ung mand falder’ (‘Young Man Falling’) that was screened in Cannes Film Festival in 2008. He is also known for his award winning music, which includes the prominent artists Mew, Fever Ray, Röyksopp and Carpark North amongst others. Martin de Thuah is a graduate from the animation programme of The National Film School of Denmark.
Philip Einstein Lipski (born 1974) launches feature films for Nordic Film and is the founder of the animation film production company Einstein Film. He cooperates with the production of ‘Terkel i Knibe’ (Terkel in Trouble’) and ‘Rejsen til Saturn’ (‘The Journey to Saturn’). Philip Einstein Lipski has many years of experience as a creative in the advertising industry. He has recently worked on the launch of ‘Men who hate women.’