The Greatest House in the World
Thirteen-year-old Julia moves with her mum and younger siblings to live in a town at the freezing north of Norway. Her father works even further – almost by the North Pole. The kids decide to secretly visit him and sneak into the helicopter, but ultimately end up on a deserted island in the far north. A small supply of food, wildlife and lack of contact with civilization, make Julia and her siblings join forces to survive.
feature acting / Panorama dzieci / ST NICHOLAS' ALE KINO!
She has directed numerous commercials, short fiction films and television dramas, including episodes of Scandinavia’s longest running soap-opera ‘Hotel Cæsar’. She made her feature film debut with the family film ‘The Ten Lives of Titanic the Cat’ in 2007.