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My name is Per Krogh, and I am a Danish director based in Copenhagen. I started my career in the film business by working on several critically acclaimed feature films such as Thomas Vinterberg’s “Submarino” and Kaspar Munk’s “Hold Me Tight”. For a short time I was a voluntary theatre director for a children’s theatre in Copenhagen. I supported the primary director as they were setting up their newest production, which the children had written themselves. Since then I have worked on various commercials, music videos and TV shows in multiple roles including 1st AD, videographer, editor, production assistant and production coordinator. Currently, I have moved to London less than a year ago after two fruitful years in Los Angeles where I graduated the Masters of Fine Art program in Film Directing at the American Film Institute. In my two years at the American Film Institute I directed seven short films, one being a 16mm project that got chosen for the Cinematography Showcase. My ambition at the school was extremely high, and through hard work I became the only director who did two thesis films. My first thesis, Tit For Tat, was an American Comedy and my second thesis, The Drowned Man, was a drama that I wrote myself based on a personal experience. Immediately after I graduated I made another short that I also wrote myself, "Let's Play A Game" which I produced, wrote and directed myself. I have lived in London where I directed commercials while trying to get my first feature film off the ground, which I am still working on.
I am freelance director at River Film.
I directed a Web show for Peninsula Films that will air online in the beginning of 2015.
I spent two years at the American Film Institute where I graduated in Directing. While attending the school I directed 7 shorts films.
I spent eight months at this great school learning the basics of film making when I first ventured into the film making world back in Denmark.
My short film won Best Actor Award (Brady Ecklund).