Producer Katrine A. Sahlstrøm worked for Lars von Trier for 7 years before she took the leap from fiction to documentaries in 2011 when Danish Documentary employed her.
Katrine holds a bachelor degree in Film- and media science from the Universities of Copenhagen and Amsterdam. In 2014 she attended the European educational programme for producers called Eurodoc.
She has worked as assistant producer on films like ’Manderlay’, ‘Antichrist’ and ‘Melancholia’ (all by Lars von Trier), and in recent years on documentaries like ‘Love Addict’, ‘Free the Mind ‘and ‘Ballroom Dancer’. ‘Ai Weiwei The Fake Case’ by Andreas Johnsen (feature length competition at IDFA, 2013, Bodil award winner 2014) was her debut as producer.
Patricia Drati is a creative producer and film development consultant.
After completing Film Studies, she worked for several years as a journalist and writer. Between 2009 - 2015, Patricia was Head of CPH:LAB at CPH:DOX International Documentary Film Festival, where she curated, developed and managed the cross-cultural training and low budget production programme for international filmmaking talents.
She holds the Robert Award - Danish Film Academy Award 2012 for the production of a short film by Jeppe Rønde, Girl in the Water.
Since 2013, Patricia has also been working internationally as a script reader and script editor. Patricia completed Torino Film Lab as a story editor in 2016, where she is since then been a member of the reading committee. Patricia has been a consultant for various talent development schemes in Denmark, including Filmworkshops in Copenhagen and Odense.
In 2016 she joined Good Company Pictures with she had co-produced Amal (opening film at IDFA 2017) by director Mohamed Siam, and produced Don’t Give a Fox ( premiered at CPH:DOX 2019) and Prelle – In My Own Voice (premiered in CPH:DOX 2020).
Patricia is now working on her first feature project as a director.