Award-winning shortfilm director and producer. Inuk holds a Master's Degree in film studies from the University of Aarhus (Denmark) where he finished top of his class. He has a long history of producing shorts and advertising content of different sorts, and while he has won praise for his own films he has been teaching film production and lecturing for more than a decade.
Inuk grew up in Greenland making short animations and videos, and as an adult he is still committed to exploring his Inuit background in his productions. Today he is an active member of the film community of Greenland, Film.gl, and an advocate for indigenous storytelling in film. His shortfilms have been shown at more than 50 film festivals worldwide, winning awards in as diverse countries as the U.S., Finland, India, Australia, and Greenland. He is also a keen lecturer on the subject of film production/-studies and he has been involved in several film festivals and events in Scandinavia helping young people learn about filmmaking.
His latest shortfilm, Hedtoft (2019), won the first ever Jury Award for Best Shortfilm at Nuuk International Film Festival (Greenland).