Peter Flinth

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Peter Flinth (born 7 November 1964) is a Danish film director.


Peter Flinth was born on 7 November 1964 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was admitted to the National Film School of Denmark and in the same time worked as an assistant director on a number of Danish feature films, including most notably Academy Award-nominated Dance of the Polar Bears and Ole Bornedal's Nightwatch, before graduating in 1993 with the short film Den Sidste Færge. He had his debut as a feature film director in 1997 with Eye of the Eagle.[1]


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Short film[edit]

  • Den Sidste Færge (1993)



  1. ^ "Peter Flinth". scope. Retrieved 2010-04-16. 

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