An erotic comedy – claymation short directed by Tor Fruergaard. A graduation film from the National Danish Film School. The director wanted a ‘larger than life’ symphonic score to frame this charming story about an unconventional way to solve relationship problems. Directed by Tor Fruergaard Producer: Senia Dremstrup D.O.P.: Sturla Brandth Grøvlen Editor: Rebekka Lønqvist Rønning Sound editor: Jess Wolfsberg Music recording engineer: Mette Due Read more about the film
New documentary series about 4 young Danish female politicians and their daily struggles in our national parliament. Premiere March 19th. I composed and produced the signature theme and background music for the 6 episodes. Director: Anja Kvistgaard Marott. Produced by Koncern Film & TV for the DK4 network. The score features soloists Loussine Azizian on violin and cellist Anja Lillemæhlum.
Feature film directed by Dennis Petersen
Documentary series on Danish TV2 Directed by Anja Marott
Svartir Englar is a 6 episode crime series that was hugely popular in Iceland.
A mix of 7 tracks from the score of the Zentropa motion picture “Zoomerne” (eng. title Zoomers). Music composed by Nicklas Schmidt. Played by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nic Raine. See clips from the film at www.zoomerne.dk
A video from the recording session of Christian E. Christiansen’s “Zoomerne” in the Smecky studio in Prague. This is the title theme from the film. Music composed and orchestrated by Nicklas Schmidt Conductor: Nic Raine The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Mix by Mads Creutzburg & Eddie Simonsen (Mainstream)
Green Screen Award for “Chameleon Beach” Nicklas Schmidt won “Best Music” award at the 2009 Green Screen International Wild Life Film Festival in Eckernförde, Germany.
Louise Friedberg’s short film “Blood Sisters” was selected for Berlin’s Generation programme in 2007.
The international award winning Zoomerne (Zoomers) now on DVD Now for sale in Denmark – check cdon.com and major shops. – Available with Danish & English subtitles. When “Zoomerne” opened in Danish cinemas, several reviewers of the film mentioned the music specifically: “Nicklas Schmidt’s score sounds like it was taken from a gigantic Hollywood production.” – Berlingske Tidende Daily “Composer Nicklas Schmidt has made a tuneful score, that contributes to