Andreas Dalsgaard

(1980 – )

Director. Born 1980. Graduated from the National Film School of Denmark as a fiction film director in 2009. He has a degree in visual anthropology from Université Denis Diderot Paris VII in 2004 and a BA in Anthropology from University of Aarhus 2003.

Dalsgaard made his directorial debut a few years before graduating from film school with the documentary 'Afghan Muscles' (2007), winner of the Best Director prize at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles.

Working in documentary since, his films include 'Bogota Change' (2009), 'The Human Scale' (2012), the doc-fiction 'Travelling with Mr. T' (2012), 'Life is Sacred' (2015) and 'The War Show' (2016), which took home the Venice Days Award and screened at Toronto and IDFA.

He made his debut as a producer with 'The Lost Leonardo' (2021), which was selected for Tribeca Film Festival.
Title Year Function Category
Daughter of Genghis 2024 Producer DK/Documentary
As the Tide Comes In 2024 Idea, Creative producer, Executive producer, Script development, Producer DK/Documentary
See Me As I Am 2022 Colorist, Executive producer, Editing supervisor DK/Documentary
The Lost Leonardo 2021 Producer, Screenplay DK/Documentary
The Great Game 2018 Direction, Screenplay, Cinematographer DK/Documentary
The War Show 2016 Direction, Screenplay DK/Documentary
Life Is Sacred 2015 Direction, Cinematographer, Co-producer DK/Documentary
Travelling with Mr. T 2012 Direction, Cinematographer DK/Documentary
The Human Scale 2012 Direction, Screenplay, Associate producer DK/Documentary
København 2009 Direction DK/Short fiction
Bogota - Doctor city 2009 Direction, Stills DK/Documentary
Flugten 2009 Location scout DK/Feature
The Italian Doctor 2007 Production consultant, Executive producer DK/Documentary
Afghan muscles 2006 Direction, Script, Cinematography, Stills, Editing, Producer DK/Documentary