(1966 – )
Born 1966, Denmark. Gråbøl has made films and commercials since 1988. He has won a number of international awards at major commercials' festivals including Cannes, New York, and Chicago. One of the directors of the TV series "Forsvar" and "Klovn"/"Clown". Gråbøl is co-founder of the production company Tju-Bang Film.
Gråbøl's debut film, the short fiction "Jorden er giftig"/"Thin Ice" (1988), received the Jury Award at Tampere. He wrote and directed "Møv og Funder"/"The Hideaway", winner of UNICEF and CIFEJ awards at Berlin, and his next film, "Det store flip"/"Wild Flowers" (1997), a tale of the liberating seventies, was a commercial success in Danish cinemas.
|Født til filmen||2015||Appearance||DK/Documentary|
|Gaven||2008||Direction, Script, Mand med hund, Title design, Animation, Cinematographer||DK/Feature|
|Forsvar||2003||Direction, Title sequence||TV series|
|Det store flip||1997||Direction, Script||DK/Feature|
|Barnepigen||1993||Direction, Script||DK/Short fiction|
|The Hideaway||1991||Direction, Script||DK/Feature|
|The village||1991||Direction||TV series|
|Jorden er giftig||1988||Direction, Script||DK/Short fiction|
|Göteborg International Film Festival||2009-01-23||Gaven|