26-year-old self-taught director from Copenhagen. His first feature, The Elite, premiered at CPH:PIX 2015 winning the main prize. He is currently developing a tv-series and a feature film at Nordisk Film/SPRING, a department focusing on alternative production methods and talent development.
Petri Luukkainen (1984) is a filmmaker from Helsinki. Petri’s first feature length documentary film MY STUFF (2013) deals with environmental issues in a subtle way, as a human experiment-driven comedy. MY STUFF has been theatrically released around the world.
Boys on a Train
Five online teenage buddies meet up, go inter railing together and they are empowered to decide what is filmed on this adventure.
Selfies, likes, promotions and comment feeds. In a constant upkeep and branding of your online personality, how do you grow up as a teenager? BOYS ON A TRAIN is a coming of age story, a self-presentation from five teenage boys going on a rite of passage. They are best online friends, that have never met in real life as a group. Boys are testing their identity and friendship by going for a 15 day inter rail trip with a film crew through Europe. They can decide what should be filmed to present them correctly by saying “action” and “cut”.