COUNTRY: Greenland / Denmark
CITY: Nuuk / Copenhagen
International production and financing
Marketing and distribution
Creative consulting

COMPANY: Ánorâk Film / Ánorâk Film Denmark

EMAIL:  emile@emileperonard.dk / info@anorakfilm.gl
PHONE: (+45) 26 79 96 54

Business Law and Economics at Copenhagen Business School
Bachelor Degree in Film- and Media Studies at University of Copenhagen
IDFAcademy 2015, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam
Emerging Producer 2016, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival

WORK: Selected Projects:
SUMÉ – The Sound of a Revolution (2014)
Feature documentary directed by Inuk Silis Høegh
Berlinale, CPH:DOX, BAFICI and more than 90 international film festivals

Aquarela (2018)
Feature documentary directed by Victor Kossakovsky
Venice, IDFA, Sundance. World distribution: Sony Pictures Classics

Lykkelænder / The Raven and the Seagull (2018)
Feature documentary directed by Lasse Lau
CPH:DOX, Nordic:Dox Award winner

Winter’s Yearning (2019)
Feature documentary directed by Sturla Pilskog and Sidse Larsen
CPH:DOX Nordic Dox Competition

Upcoming projects:
Twice Colonized (Expected 2021)
Feature documentary by Lin Alluna and Aaju Peter
Two time pitch award winner at 2019 Hot Docs Forum

The Whistleblower (Expected 2022)
Feature documentary directed by Inuk Silis Høegh
NORDDOK grant recipient 2019

The Green Land (Expected 2020)
Land art film installation by Inuk Silis Høegh

Nordic Trips (Expected 2020)
Short films anthology
Artistic directors: Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

Polaris (Expected 2022)
Feature documentary directed by Ainara Vera

ABOUT: Born in Copenhagen in 1979, but grew up in Nuuk, Greenland, with his Greenlandic mother and Danish father. Co-owner of production companies in both Copenhagen and Nuuk with director Inuk Silis Høegh, Emile Hertling Péronard aims at building a bridge between Europe and the Arctic, producing and distributing authentic stories in a Greenlandic context for international audiences. Through his involvement in the Greenlandic filmmakers association, FILM.GL, Emile Hertling Péronard is also highly active in promoting Greenlandic film content internationally, setting up talent development initiatives for Greenlandic filmmakers, as well as improving general conditions for film production in the Arctic.