New Zealand Film Commission
Julia Ann Burns
Born in Copenhagen in 1979, but grew up in Nuuk, Greenland, with his Greenlandic mother and Danish father. Owner of production companies in both Copenhagen and Nuuk (Ánorâk Film co-owned with director Inuk Silis Høegh), Emile Hertling Péronard aims at building a bridge between Europe and the Arctic, producing authentic stories in a Greenlandic context for international audiences.
As a board member of the Greenlandic filmmakers organization, FILM.GL, Emile Hertling Péronard is also highly active in promoting Greenlandic film content internationally, setting up talent initiatives for Greenlandic filmmakers, as well as improving the general conditions for film production in Greenland.
Pipaluk K. Jørgensen
Director / Producer
Pipaluk finds her place in Film, Theatre and Writing. She produced, wrote and directed her first theatre play age 26. Since then she has started her own production company Karitas Productions in Nuuk the capital of Greenland, - from where she produces, co-produces and directs both shorts, features and documentaries. She received the Hans Lynge Cultural Award in 2015.
Today she is 35 years and a successful producer and director and Chairman of the Board of
the recently founded Greenlandic Film Association: FILM.GL
Pipaluk have toured Greenland over 10 times, and have a local insight in every town in Greenland.
Fixing jobs, Casting, co. Producing, Directing.
Producer / Photographer
Ulrik Bang, 43, is a producer, photographer and owner of BANG.GL.
He graduated as a Press Photographer in 1995 from the Danish School of Journalism. He has been living and working in Greenland since 2005, with his company BANG.GL, offering still photos, video filming and editing, local fixing, co-producing, and more.
Ulrik has made a lot of different video and TV productions, including programs about education, kids in orphanages, climate change; 10 talk shows about sex education; film about Internet impact in small communities; and many commercials and infomercials.