Maria Sødahl (1965) made her first short film
Life is Hard and Then you Die
following which she attended the Danish National Film School’s directing-programme
graduating in 1993. In the following year she has written and directed several TV-dramas
documentaries and short films
and has been the recipient of multiple national and international awards for her work
such as The Grand Prix at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in 1993 for the short Bulldozer
and The Special Price of the Jury at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in 1995
for the short Sara. In addition to the aforementioned films her work also include notable productions like Wrath (2000
as part of the portmanteau film The Seven Deadly Sins) and the documentary Lottery Dreams (a.k.a. Den skandinaviske drømmen) from 2001. She made her debut as a feature film director with the critically acclaimed drama Limbo in 2010
which she also wrote the original screenplay for. The film was widely hailed by critics
and even garnered her the Best Director award at the 2010 Montreal World Film Festival.
GEZİCİ FESTİVALDE GÖSTERİLEN FİLMLERİ
Maria Sødahl (1965) ilk filmi Life is Hard and Then you Die‘ı 1989’da yönetti. Danimarka Film Okulu’ndan 1993 yılında yönetmen olarak mezun oldu. 2010 yılında çektiği ilk uzun filmi Limbo uluslararası başarı kazandı, Montreal Film Festivali’nde En İyi Yönetmen ödülünü aldı.