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Charlotte Bruus Christensen

Charlotte Bruus Christensen is a Danish cinematographer.

Charlotte Bruus Christensen
Born Denmark
Alma mater National Film and Television School
Occupation Cinematographer

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BiographyEdit

She earned a degree in cinematography from the National Film and Television School in 2004. After film school she returned to Denmark[1] where she wrote, directed and shot the 2004 short film Between Us. She worked with director Thomas Vinterberg on his 2010 drama film Submarino. She was cinematographer for the Marc Evans' 2011 film Hunky Dory. She continued to work with Vinterberg in the 2012 film The Hunt. Her cinematography, shot on Arri Alexa,[2] won her a Vulcan Award and the Bodil Award for Best Cinematographer. Chistensen and Vinterberg teamed up a third time for the 2015 film Far from the Madding Crowd.[3]

CinematographyEdit

Shorts
  • 2003 Looking for Al Bowlly
  • 2004 London Kebabs
  • 2004 Between Us
  • 2004 Chasing Sheep
  • 2004 Alacranes
  • 2007 Cake
  • 2008 Romans 12:20
  • 2008 The Chef's Letter
  • 2010 Chalk
  • 2011 Svinehund
  • 2011 The House Inside Her
  • 2012 Evigt Unga
  • 2015 The Briny
Feature-length films

RecognitionEdit

Awards and nominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reumont, François (17 November 2012). "Cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen discusses her work on Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt"". Association Française Cinématographique. 
  2. ^ Kreindler, Sarv (31 May 2013). "Charlotte Bruus Christensen Creates Mounting Tension in 'The Hunt'". Creative Planet Network. 
  3. ^ Walter, Barnaby (29 April 2015). "Interview: Far From the Madding Crowd cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen". The National Student. 

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