Marie Grahtø is an award-winning writer/director. She is a twotime Danish Academy Award Robert nominee and has been appointed ‘Director to watch’ by the four largest film magazines in the Nordic countries. She has travelled festivals around the world with her three short films Daimi, Yolo and Teenland while attending The Independent Danish Film School Super16. Festivals include IFFR Rotterdam International film festival, SXSW South by South West, Palm Springs International Film Festival and many more. She is currently finishing her feature film, Psychosia (formerly known as Teenage Jesus), that was selected for L’Atelier 2017 Festival de Cannes.
Kimmi, Sally and Nancy are best friends 4ever, secretly hanging out overnight at their high school. Only Kimmi’s...
12-year-old Daimi rattles around a decrepit house with her Christmastime companion, a magical piglet. A painful truth hides...
Teenland is a personal expression of existential unease, overtly inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s Persona, conceived as an precursor...