Pernille Rose Grønkjær (born in 1973 in Denmark) is a Danish film director. She graduated from the National Danish Film School in 1997. She is the director of various documentary films for the screen and for television including Min morfar forfra, Repeating Grandpa (selected for Input 2002 at Rotterdam), and The Monastery: Mr. Vig and the Nun, winner of the Joris Ivens competition at IDFA 2006.
Movies & TV shows
School of Seduction
Three Russian women in their 30s who all seek the same: security, a higher social status and eternal happiness. Not an easy wish to fulfill in today's Russia, where the patriarchy dominates. So our he...
This new film from veteran Danish documentarian Eva Mulvad (The Good Life) offers a poignant portrait of a family of asylum seekers desperate to start a new life, but stalled in bureaucratic limbo.
Hunting for Hedonia
Hunting for Hedonia explores how the burgeoning technology of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) will impact human identity and our sense of self. DBS is a revolutionary tool in neuroscience and as a treatm...
Are you addicted to love? Through personal stories of love addicts and the people around them this documentary explores the nature of love addiction. It will seek to understand what happens when "love...
The Monastery: Mr. Vig and the Nun
50 years ago Jørgen Lauersen Vig bought Hesbjerg Castle, situated in the Danish country side, with the purpose of turning it into a monastery. Now, many years later, he is about to realize his old dre...
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