Randi Bach Poulsen
Chairwoman of the board
Partner of the Danish Law Firm Bech-Bruun. Former managing partner and specialist in company law, investments and governance and member of a number of boards of privately owned companies and institutions.
Mette Hoffman Meyer
& Founding Member
Mette Hoffman Meyer is Executive Producer at The Why. Mette was previously head of documentaries and co-productions at Denmark’s public service broadcasting cooperation, DR, and Editor of the factual series Documania on DR channel 2. Hoffman Meyer, helped finance films like the Oscar-winning Taxi to the Dark Side, The Queen of Versailles, and the U.S.-Danish co-productions: Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer and the Sundance award winning film: The Red Chapel. She also spearheaded the projects Why Poverty? a series of eight films aired by 70 broadcasters, reaching more than 500 million people world wide.
French Ambassador to Denmark. Lawyer, member of the Paris Bar. Former member of the European Parliament and former Ambassador-at-large for Human Rights.
& Founding Member
Nick Fraser is spearheading the digital documentary platform Yaddo. Previously he has been editing the BBC factual series Storyville since its inception in 1997. After graduating from Oxford University he worked as a reporter, television producer and editor. His publications include a biography of Eva Peron, ‘The Voice of Modern Hatred’, and ‘The Importance of Being Eton’. Storyville films have won more than two hundred awards, including four Oscars, a Sundance Grand Jury Prize and several Griersons, Emmys and Peabodys.
Chairperson of the Board
Emmy Award winning Grunning-Harris is an international content, production, distribution, financing consultant and executive producer for film, TV and cross-media content. She is the commissioning editor for documentary features and TV-films at the Swedish Film Institute. She previously worked at the Danish Film Institute. Grunning-Harris has supported films like Queen of Versailles, Sepideh Reaching for the Stars, Ai WeiWei: The Fake Case, Concerning Violence, 1989, Palme and many more. Klara Grunning-Harris has 15 years of experience in international co-production, content and financing.
Multi award-winning director. Holds a Master’s degree in Anthropology & Media Studies from New York University and worked as an independent filmmaker since 2000. Directed “Mumbai Disconnected” (2009) and “Democrats” (2014).
Director and Journalist
Researcher, Anthropologist and Film Director
Producer and Founder, Queen of Film
President & CEO, Films Transit International
Film Director and Producer
Curator of Documentaries
Executive Producer and Editorial Manager,
Co-Founder and CEO, CNEX Foundation