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Kim Fupz Aakeson Kim Fupz Aakeson (born 12 September 1958) is a Danish writer, illustrator and screenwriter.
A Caretaker's Tale A Caretaker's Tale () is a 2012 Danish drama film directed by theatre director based on a screenplay by Kim Fupz Aakeson.
Feed the Beast Feed the Beast is an American crime drama television series based on the Danish series "Bankerot" by Kim Fupz Aakeson and adapted by Clyde Phillips for AMC, starring David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgess. The series premiered on June 5, 2016, on AMC. On September 2, 2016, AMC canceled the show after one season.
Perfect Sense Perfect Sense, formerly known as "The Last Word", is a 2011 science fiction drama film directed by David Mackenzie and written by Kim Fupz Aakeson, starring Eva Green and Ewan McGregor. Scenes were shot in various locations around Glasgow, Mexico City and Kenya. The film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Pernille Fischer Christensen Her next feature film is called "Dancers", and the writing has again been a collaboration between Pernille Fischer Christensen and Kim Fupz Aakeson. The movie is "centred round a dance school run by the bright and lively Annika and her no-nonsense mother". As was the case in "A Soap", the movie starred Trine Dyrholm. The movie also starred Anders W. Berthelsen and Birthe Neumann. The Danish newspaper Information has listed "Dancers" as one of the 10 most expected movies of 2008.
Feed the Beast On June 25, 2015, AMC ordered Clyde Phillips for a 10-episode series "Broke" based on the Danish series "Bankerot" by Kim Fupz Aakeson, which Phillips would executive produce. AMC Studios, Lionsgate Television, and Clyde Phillips Productions would produce the series. Henrik Ruben Genz and Malene Blenkov, who have previously produced "Bankerot", are also executive producers, with Piv Bernt. The show was renamed to "Feed the Beast" and announced to start production in February 2016 in New York City, for a May 2016 premiere.
Trine Dyrholm In 2004, Dyrholm played the role of Kate in Kim Fupz Aakeson's drama "Forbrydelser" (International title: "In Your Hands") for which she won both the Bodil Award and the Robert Award. In 2005, Dyrholm again received the Bodil for her leading role in the thriller "Fluerne på væggen" ("Flies on the Wall"). The following year, Dyrholm again won both the Bodil and Robert awards for the quirky satire "En Soap". In 2007, Trine Dyrholm was again nominated for both the Bodil and Robert awards for her supporting role in Simon Staho's film "Daisy Diamond".
56th Bodil Awards The 56th Bodil Awards were held on 2 March 2003 in the Imperial Cinema in Copenhagen, Denmark, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2002. Susanne Bier's "Open Hearts" took three awards, winning Best Danish Film as well as the awards for Best leading Actor Actress which went to Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Paprika Steen respectively. Paprika Steen also won the award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Okay, while Jens Albinus won Best Actor in a Leading Role. The David Lynch film "Mulholland Drive" was named Best American Film and Almodovar's "Talk to Her" the Best Non-American Film. Kim Fupz Aakeson, Anders Thomas Jensen and Mogens Rukov collectively received a Bodil Honorary Award for their work as screenwriters.
Louisiana Literature festival Suzanne Brøgger (DK), Marie Darrieussecq (FR), Adda Djørup (DK), Hans Magnus Enzensberger (DE), Caspar Eric (DK), Richard Ford (US), Jonas Gardell (SE), Signe Gjessing (DK), Kenneth Goldsmith (US), Jens Christian Grøndahl (DK), Josefine Gråkjær Nielsen (DK), Kirsten Hamman (DK), Kamilla Hega Holst (DK), Hanne Højgaard Viemose (DK), Carsten Jensen (DK), Niviaq Korneliussen (DK/GR), Rachel Kushner (US), Marianne Larsen (DK), Kim Leine (DK), Jørgen Leth (DK), Yan Lianke (CH), Preben Major Sørensen (DK), Iben Mondrup (DK), Henrik Nordbrandt (DK), Leonardo Padura (CU), Signe Parkins (DK), Ljudmila Petrusjevskaja (RU), Stine Pilgaard (DK), Olga ravn (DK), Clemens Setz (AT), Jens Smærup Sørensen (DK), Vladimir Sorokin (RU), Rolf Sparre Johansson (DK), Sara Stridsberg (SE), Colm Tóibín (IR), Rikke Villadsen (DK), Harald Voetmann (DK), Ngugi wa Thiong'o (KE), Christel Wiinblad (DK) Kim Fupz Aakesen (DK).
Pernille Fischer Christensen Her first feature film, "En Soap" (English title: "A Soap"), came out in 2006 and centered on the relationship between a female beauty shop owner and the transsexual living downstairs. The movie starred Trine Dyrholm as the beauty shop owner and David Dencik as the transsexual Veronica, and was written as a collaboration between Pernille Fischer Christensen and Kim Fupz Aakeson. The movie opened at the Berlin Film Festival and won a Silver Bear Jury Grand Prix Award, and was the first ever winner of the Best First Feature Award. Later the movie also won several prizes in Denmark, including a Bodil for best movie. The movie was also nominated for 15 Robert Awards, including Best Movie and Best Screenplay. It did however only win only four awards, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Editor and Best Make-up.