Iben Haahr Andersen (Denmark)

Iben Haahr Andersen was born in 1953 in Copenhagen. She studied sound design at Danish National Film School. With her background and rich experience as a sound designer for film production, Iben Haahr Andersen started her career as a film director in 1996. “Confessions of a truck driver” is the last part of her documentary trilogy about seniors with an enormous and bold capacity for radical change. She has previously directed award-winning films such as “Hello, my name is Lesbian” and “My love - the story of Poul & Mai”.

Filmography

  • Two Women On A River
    1996
  • Min egen motorhest
    2001
  • Lyd på liv
    2006
  • Hello my name is Lesbian
    2009
  • My love - the story of Poul & Mai
    2012
  • Confessions of a Truckdriver
    2016
  • Life according to Anton
    2016

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