Danish-Canadian filmmaker Philip Th. Pedersen has worked as a director for more than 15 years. He was born in Aalborg, Denmark, to a Danish father and Canadian mother, and has a Masters in Film Science from the University of Copenhagen.
He directed all four seasons of the highly praised Danish children’s superhero series ‘Sprinter Galore’ for national Danish television network DR Ramasjang, as well as both seasons of the popular spin-of series ‘Heino fixes everything’.
Furthermore he has directed a variety of commercials for Chai London, 7-Eleven, BIG shopping, OneMobile and BUPL, and a variety of music videos for Danish and international artists like Jonas Benjamin, Elias Rodriguez, Statement and Middle Eastern sensation Hamoon&Ramtin.
His short flm ‘Eastern Army’ was the first Danish flm selected for Los Angeles’ Action on Film International Film Festival, and gained nationwide Danish distribution as part of the ‘Wasteland Tales’ anthology. His ghetto drama ‘Little Men’ was the first Danish film nominated for ‘In Hollywood Magazine’s Award of Excellence’, where it was one of only five films selected among the best international shortfilms, documentaries and features. His horror film ‘Emma’ gained nationwide Danish distribution as part of the ‘Supernatural Tales’ anthology and was, like his lyrical drama ‘The Waitress’, selected for Cannes Court Metrage.