Film

Unga Astrid / Becoming Astrid at Berlinale Special Gala Premiere

Nicklas Schmidt made the music for director Pernille Fischer Christensens new film about Swedish author Astrid Lindgren. “Becoming Astrid” was selected for the Berlin Film Festival 2018, and had world premiere in a Berlinale Special Gala on February 21st 2018. “Erik Molberg Hansen’s dynamic, natural-light, widescreen lensing is full of visual interest and matches the sweep of Nicklas Schmidt’s lush string score.” – Alissa Simon, Variety “Der Film ist schlicht

A Christmas Family 2: Behind the Scenes – Recording in Budapest

Flaskepost fra P – Premiere

March 3rd is the world premiere of Hans Petter Moland’s “Flaskepost Fra P” (eng. title: A Conspiracy of faith). The 3rd feature film based on the bestselling novels by Jussi Adler Olsen. Nicklas Schmidt is composer of the large symphonic score, that will be available as soundtrack album later this year. When an eight-year old message in a bottle ends up at Department Q. Carl Mørck and his assistant, Assad,

Familien Jul – Original Score

“Filmen er sød og sjov og har noget af den bedste musik, jeg længe har hørt i en dansk børnefilm” – Weekendavisen

Trailer til “Kolbøttefabrikken”

Trailer for the new Danish comedy flick I made the score for: Post by KOLBØTTEFABRIKKEN. Premiere 28th May 2014 in Danish cinemas.

Soundtrack news

2014 has been a very exciting year for me so far. Three premieres of feature films with my music within 5 months, including a Berlin Film Festival premiere. Below you can read about the films: Klassefesten 2 Directed by Mikkel Serup Produced by Tomas Radoor & Rene Ezra for Nordisk Film With more than 600.000 tickets sold, this Danish comedy has been an enormous success at the box office. The

HARPA Nordic Film Composer Award 2012 Nomination

DFMC (Danish Film & Media Composers) has announced Nicklas Schmidt as Denmark’s nominee for the HARPA Nordic Film Composer Award 2012 for the score for “the Great Bear”. The prize will be awarded in Reykjavik, Iceland in October in connection with the Reykjavik Film Festival. The Nordic Film Composer Award was initiated in 2008 and is now an annual happening with 5 nominees, one from each of the Nordic countries: Denmark,