Mikala Krogh (born 1973, Denmark) graduated as a documentary director from the Danish National Film School in 2001 with the documentary MK. She worked for the radio for several years before making her debut, Epilog, in 1992. The film My Grandad’s Murderer/ Min morfars morder (2004) was awarded in Seville and Paris; the documentary Beth’s Diary (Beths dagbog, 2006) won Best Short Documentary at the CPH:DOX festival.
Epilog (25´, Denmark, 1992)
Ungdomsgarantien (Denmark, 1996)
Omveje til frihed (80´, Denmark, 2002)
Min morfars morder/ My Grandad’s Murderer (60´, Denmark, 2004)
Beths dagbog/ Beth´s Diary (Denmark, 2006)
Alt er relativt/ Everything Is Relative (75´, Denmark, 2008)
Cities on Speed: Cairo Garbage (55', Denmark, 2009)
Alt er relativt (Orig.) / 2008 / Denmark / 75 min
"Everything is Relative" is a kaleidoscopic fusion of documentary sequences, archive material and tableau's of human beings. It seeks to portray how our reactions to challenges in life are relative to the conditions that guide our individual lives.