Young Andersen

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Young Andersen
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Genre Historical drama
Written by Rumle Hammerich
Ulf Stark
Directed by Rumle Hammerich
StarringSimon Dahl Thaulow
Composer Jacob Groth
Country of origin Denmark
No. of episodes2
Production
Executive producersErik Crone
Kim Magnusson
ProducerTina Dalhoff
Production locations Copenhagen, Denmark
CinematographyNicolai Brüel
Running time110 min
Production companies Nordisk Film
SVT
NRK
Release
Original network DR, SVT, NRK
Original release11 March 2005 (2005-03-11)

Young Andersen (Danish: Unge Andersen) is a 2005 two-part Danish television serial directed by Rumle Hammerich and co-written by Hammerich and Ulf Stark. It chronicles the formative boarding school years of fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen and his subsequent arrival at Copenhagen where he struggles for success and recognition. It is produced principally by Nordisk Film while additional production funding was provided by SVT and NRK.

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Cast

Awards

Awards: [1]

YearAwardCategoryNomineeResult
2005 International Emmy Award Best TV Movie/Mini-seriesYoung AndersenWon
Shanghai International Film Festival Best directorRumle HammerichWon
Best Custom DesignDisa PerssonWon
Best FilmYoung AndersenNominated
2006 Danish Academy Awards Best Costume DesignManon RasmussenWon
Best Make-UpAnne Cathrine Sauerberg
Charlotte Laustsen
Nominated

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References

  1. "Awards for Unge Andersen (2005". IMDB. Retrieved 2010-04-17.