Bo Ehrhardt

Bo Ehrhardt

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Company Nimbus


Bo Ehrhardt graduated as producer from the National Film School of Denmark in 1993 and founded Nimbus Film together with Birgitte Hald same year. Nimbus Film has been playing a leading role in bringing talent to the new wave of Danish cinema and played a vital role in the dogma-movement producing several of the first dogma-films – among others the price winning THE CELEBRATION (Thomas Vinterberg) and MIFUNE (Søren Kragh-Jacobsen). Bo is executive producer on all productions and responsible for business development, film finance and coproductions. Bo has produced the TV series THE BRIDGE (Charlotte Sieling and more) and numerous of films, here among CATCH THAT KID (Hans Fabian Wullenweber), VALHALLA RISING (Nikolas Winding Refn) and the Oscar-nominated short TEIS AND NICO (Henrik Ruben Genz). Bo has chaired at the European Film College for seven years and has represented the producers association in the filmcouncil of the Danish Film Institute. Since 1993 Nimbus Film has produced a host of award winning shorts, feature films and tv-series: THE BRIDGE II (BROEN II) 2013 by Henrik Georgsson CHASING TALENTS (Talenttyven), 2012 by Jonatan Spang YOU & ME FOREVER (You & me forever), 2012 by Kaspar Munk THE BRIDGE (Broen), TV-series, 2011 by Charlotte Sieling BORA, BORA, 2011 by Hans Fabian Wullenweber SUPERCLÁSICO, 2011 by Ole Christian Madsen SUBMARINO, 2010 by Thomas Vinterberg THE EXPERIMENT (Eksperimentet), 2010 by Louise N.D.Friedberg HOLD ME TIGHT (Hold om mig), 2010 by Kaspar Munk VALHALLA RISING (Valhalla Rising), 2009 by Nicolas Winding Refn ABOVE THE STREET, BELOW THE WATER (Over gaden, Under vandet), 2009 by Charlotte Sieling SORTE KUGLER, (What goes around) 2009 by Anders Matthesen CAMPING, (Camping), 2009 by Jacob Bitsch THE ESCAPE (Flugten), 2009 by Kathrine Windfeld WHAT NO ONE KNOWS (Det som ingen ved), 2008 by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen FLAME & CITRON (Flammen & Citronen), 2008 by Ole Christian Madsen FIGHTER, 2007 by Natasha Arthy WHITE NIGHT (Hvid Nat), 2007 by Jannik Johansen WHEN A MAN COMES HOME (En mand kommer hjem), 2007 by Thomas Vinterberg CECILIE, 2007 by Hans Fabian Wullenweber THE ISLAND OF THE LOST SOULES, 2007 by Nikolaj Arcel PRAGUE (Prag), 2006 by Ole Christian Madsen THE SOAP, 2006 by Pernille Fischer DARK HORSE (Voksne Mennesker), 2005 by Dagur Kari DEAR WENDY, 2005 by Thomas Vinterberg ANGELS IN FAST MOTION (Nordkraft), 2005 by Ole Christian Madsen KING’S GAME (Kongekabale), 2004 by Nikolaj Arcel COUNT TO 100 (Tæl til 100), 2004 by Linda Krogsøe Holmberg GEMINI (Tvilling), 2003 by Hans Fabian Wullenweber OLD, NEW, BORROWED and BLUE (Se til Venstre der er en Svensker), 2002 (dogme) by Natasha Arthy SKAGERAK, 2002 by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVE, 2002 by Thomas Vinterberg CATCH THAT KID (Klatretøsen), 2002 by Hans Fabian Wulleweber KIRA’S REASON – A Love Story (En Kærlighedshistorie), 2001 (Dogme) by Ole Christian Madsen MIRACLE (Mirakel), 2000 by Natasha Arthy MAX, 2000 by Trine Piil Christensen PIZZA KING, 1999 by Ole Christian Madsen MIFUNE (Mifunes Sidste Sang), 1999 (Dogme) by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen THE CELEBRATION (Festen), 1998 (Dogme) by Thomas Vinterberg THE GREATEST HEROES (De Største Helte), 1996 by Thomas Vinterberg THE BEAST WITHIN (Menneskedyret), 1995 by Carsten Rudolf Among many other prizes Nimbus Film have won the Silver Bear Award twice in Berlin (MIFUNE and A SOAP) and the Jury Prize in Cannes (THE CELEBRATION). Nimbus Film has been both Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated.

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