Director. Born 6/9 1986. Puk Grasten attended the European Film College, Denmark, in 2005-2006. She has a BFA in film production from the International Film & TV School EICAR in Paris, 2007-2009, and an MFA in film production (Directing programme) from New York University Tisch School of the Arts, 2009-2015.
"37" (2016) is Grasten's feature film debut, based on her film school short film of the same name. The film won the Best Director award and the Russian film critics' Best Film award at the Moscow Film Festival.
In 2016 Grasten was granted the Danish Arts Foundation's award for outstanding work in cinema. In 2017 she received, together with director Christian Tafdrup, the Dreyer Award for artistic merit, an annual award named after Danish cinema's most distinguished classic figure, Carl Theodor Dreyer.
|37||2013||Direction, Screenplay||DK/Short fiction|
|Catch the Dream||2013||Script consultant||DK/Feature|
|Anja & Viktor - brændende kærlighed||2007||Set runner||DK/Feature|
|Brødrene Mortensens jul||1998||Birthe Lund||TV series|
|Best Director||2016||Moscow Int. Film Festival 2016||37|
|Critic's Prize||2016||Moscow Int. Film Festival 2016||37|
|Shanghai International Film Festival||2017-06-17||37|
|Moscow Int. Film Festival||2016-06-23||37|
|Göteborg International Film Festival||2016-01-29||37|