Flemming Nordkrog DENMARK
Flemming Nordkrog is a Danish composer based in France.
in 1996 at the age of 23 he fell completely in love with composing for films, when he scored his first projects for the The National Film School of Denmark.
In 2002, Nikolaj Arcel's graduation film "Woyzeck's Last Symphony” brought him to France, where he started out working on short films. In 2003/2004, he scored his first three Danish feature films, including "King's Game" by Nikolaj Arcel. Over the years, he has created music for more than 25 feature films, and numerous TV-series, documentaries, TV-movies and short films in Denmark, France, Belgium, Brazil and the US.
Lately he has completed the scores for the TV-series “Follow the Money III” (Denmark) and the new series for Arte, “Moloch” (France).
Among his later productions you also find the French/Tunesian feature film “Arab Blues” (2020) by Manele Labidi, and the Brazilian “Shine Your Eyes” by Matias Mariani (which will premiere at this years Berlinale in the Panorama section).
One of his most important on-going collaborations is with the French director, Philippe Lioret, writing the music for his latest 3 films: "Le fils de Jean”, “Paris-Brest and "Toutes nos envies”, for which he received both the "Harry Warren Award", awarded by the Italian Academy "Sonora" and a "Special Prize of the Senate of the Italian Republic”.
In 2010, he was nominated for the HARPA-award for the Danish feature film "Velsignelsen" (The Blessing), which premiered at the Göteborg Film Festival.
He also wrote the music for the two Oscar-awarded shorts, Martin Strange-Hansen’s “This Charming Man” and Philippe Pollet-Villard’s “The Mozart of Pickpockets.
Other important collaborations would include : Max Kestner, Erick Zonca, Mathias Gokalp, Mathieu Vadepied, Kaspar Munk, Søren Kragh-Jacobsen, Hella Joof, Søren Balle, Vibeke Muasya and Mikkel Munch-Fals.