Copenhagen Bombay

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Copenhagen Bombay
Industry Entertainment
Founded 2006
Headquarters Copenhagen, Denmark
Key people
Sarita Christensen
Products Motion pictures, television programs

Copenhagen Bombay is a Danish production company, animation studio and distribution company, specializing in entertainment for children and teenagers. It produces films, television, books, games, online universes and other media.


The company was founded in 2006 by director Anders Morgenthaler and producer Sarita Christensen. Christensen came from a position in Zentropa where she had produced Morgenthaler's film Princess.[1]

Notable productions[edit]

Esben Toft Jacobsen's animated feature The Great Bear was selected for the Generation Kplus programme at the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival,[2] where it attracted considerable international attention and was sold to a wide range of countries.[3] The documentary The Testament won a Bodil Award for Best Danish Documentary at the 65th Bodil Awards.[4]



  • Vesterbro (2007)
  • Eat Shit and Die (2008)
  • Carsten & Gittes filmballade (2008)
  • De vilde hjerter (2008)
  • Æblet & ormen (2009)
  • Fup & Svindel (2009)
  • Hvad vil du vide? (2010)
  • Tigre og tatoveringer (2010)
  • Hjemve (2011)
  • Pandaerne (2011)
  • The Great Bear (2011)
  • Restaurangutang (2011)
  • Testamentet (2011)


  • Æblet & ormen (2009)
  • Tigre og tatoveringer (2010) )


  1. ^ "Sarita Christensen bryder med Zentropa" (in Danish). Ekko. Retrieved 2013-03-25. 
  2. ^ "The Great Bear to Berlin". Danish Film Institute. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  3. ^ "Kæmpebjørn åbner døre for dansk filmselskab" (in Danish). Berlingske. Retrieved 2013-03-25. 
  4. ^ "'Melancholia' Wins Denmark's Bodil Award for Best Film". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 

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