Michael Graversen

Michael Graversen studied Film, Media and Psychology at the University of Copenhagen. He then worked as a culture journalist at the national broadcaster in Denmark. Later, Graversen graduated from the National Film and Television School in the UK. His films, told in a poetic and intimate manner, cover existential themes. His portrait of a children's asylum centre in Denmark, 'No Man's Land", which tells the story of a children's asylum in Denmark, was screened at IDFA and won various awards in international festivals in Tehran, Hamburg and Belgrade.

Ghetto Noise (2005),
Searching for the Electric Car (2009),
The Pact (2011),
Den sidste nattevagt (2012),
Drømmen om Danmark (2015).

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