Kamilla Kristiane HodølProducer & Co-managing Director | Elation Pictures
Elation Pictures is a UK-based production company set up by BAFTA, BIFA and Sundance award-winning producers Emilie Jouffroy and Kamilla Kristiane Hodøl, and selected by the British Film Institute as one of the foremost new production companies in the UK in the context of their 2016 Vision Awards .
Before setting up Elation Pictures, Kamilla was the manager of the Industry Office for the BFI London Film Festival, and coordinated the Creative Business Entrepreneurial course for the National Film & Television School. Emilie was an Associate Producer at Film & Music Entertainment, where she worked across the development and production of several feature films including LIGHT THEREAFTER (starring Barry Keoghan) and HOW TO FAKE A WAR (dir. Rudolph Herzog).
Both Emilie and Kamilla are graduates of the MA in Producing at the National Film and Television School, and have taken part in talent schemes including iFeatures, Guiding Lights, the Edinburgh International Film Festival Talent Lab, and the Nordic Genre Boost.
PROVISIONAL FIGURES (wr./dir. Marco Martins, feature film) – 2020
In post-production. Portugal/ UK/ France co-production, with support from CNC, ICA, Eurimages and BFI.
MR WHIPPY (wr. Paddy Campbell/ dir. Rachna Suri, short film) – 2019
Premiered at London Short Film Festival. With support from BBC Films and Pia Pressure.
TIDES (dir. Tupaq Felber, feature film) – 2017
Premiered at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, UK theatrical release via AX1.
WOE IS ME (wr./dir. Simon Cartwright, short film) – 2018
Grand Prize at Rhode Island Film Festival, Official Selection at Encounters, British Shorts in Berlin, Leeds International Film Festival. With support from Creative England.
DIAGNOSIS (wr./dir. Eva Riley, short film) – 2016
Official selection at Palm Springs, Warsaw Film Festival. Vimeo Staff Pick. With support from BBC Films.
KAMILLA’S OTHER CREDITS
MANOMAN (wr./dir. Simon Cartwright) – 2016
BAFTA nominated, Best Short Animation, SXSW winner, Midnight films, BIFA nominated, Best Short Film. Official selection at Cannes Cinefondation, AFI Fest, Telluride, SXSW.
THANKS FOR DANCING (wr./dir. Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken) – 2016
Aspen Shortfest winner, Audience and Jury prizes, Official selection at Clermont-Ferrand.
THE ARCHIPELAGO (dir. Benjamin Huguet) – 2016 Short documentary. IDA Award Winner, Sheffield Winner.
Elation are looking for projects at all stages of development. Our eclectic sensibilities means we are open to most genres, as we are very talent led it is more about the perspective or angle, than the genre. That said, we are particularly eager to find comedies, sci-fys or good thrillers.