Film, TV and Theatre

Documentary: Niels Bohr and the Niels Bohr Institute

An international film documenting one of the world’s greatest scientists, Niels Bohr, and the Niels Bohr Institute. An institute that, since 1921, has been the centre for a great number of the world’s most renowned scientists. Quantum physics and the research that springs from Niels Bohr’s work has formed – and continues to form – the world as we know it today.

The documentary is produced by even Production ApS and Nordisk Film production, in cooperation with the Niels Bohr Institute.

Julekalender  (Christmas advent limited TV series, 24 episodes) – in Danish

TV2’s Julekalender 2021 “Kometernes Jul” will be a series for the entire family, with adventures that open the door to the exciting world of science. The program will be aired starting on 1st December at 20:00 hrs. on TV2.

The film is produced by the Nordisk Film Production in cooperation with the Niels Bohr Institute.

More about Kometernes Jul (in danish) >>

Julekalender

The project is supported by the Villum Foundation, the Novo Nordisk Foundation, the Poul Due Jensen Foundation and the Bitten & Mads Clausen Foundation. Common to the four major foundations is a desire to promote the interest and curiosity for science to children and young people.

Outside the Universe – digital continuation of the Advent series

In extension of the Christmas advent series, there will be a number of initiatives and activities for children and their families to embark on their own discoveries, while they are following the series for the month of December. All activities – digital and physical – will be available via cooperating museums and schools, as well as on diverse digital platforms.

The project is sponsored by Villum Fonden, The Novo Nordisk Foundation, Poul Due Jensens Foundation, and Bitten & Mads Clausens Foundation. Common for these large foundations is the desire to spark curiosity and promote an interest in science in children and youth.

  

Documentary: Den sidste iskerneboring (Drilling the Last Ice Cores)

In the summer of 2021, research group The Centre for Ice and Climate at the Niels Bohr Institute will perform its final ice core drilling on the Greenland ice sheet. Ice cores contain unique and valuable information. By examining the ice cores and the air trapped in them, it is possible to assess how the climate and atmosphere has changed over time.

The documentary is produced by even Production ApS and Nordisk Film production, in cooperation with the Niels Bohr Institute.

Read more about the Centre for Ice and Climate here >>

 

Theatre

Preparations are in progress for two theatre plays premiering in Copenhagen in 2022. Original idea and preparations in cooperation with the Niels Bohr Archive and the Niels Bohr Institute.