With a constant smile on his lips and the quirkiest laugh in town, Per Sandholt is as good company in the editing suite as he is cutting edge behind the editing board. His strong opinions on the rights and wrongs in this world and ambition to mould his surroundings to the better, gives him the ability to cut through with his vision and let his experience go. Despite this ambition and fearlessness to cut through, it’s clear that Per is making an oevre that speaks clearly. It is much less an excuse than a vision and an ambition to say a thing or two about the world surrounding us.
LAND OF MINE is Per Sandholt’s third collaboration with Martin Zandvliet following Applause and A Funny Man. Sandholt’s editing debut was on John Knattrup Jensen’s short film Street (2003); he helped write and edit Nancy Montuori Stein’s short Stealing Innocence (2003), and Asger Leth’s Ghosts of Cité Soleil (2006). His other editing credits include Morten Hartz Kaplers controversial AFR (2007), Go with Peace Jamil by Omar Shargawis (2008) as well as the documentaries Armadillo (2010) and From Haifa to Nørrebro (2010).
D i r e c t o r s : Martin Zandvliet, Daniel Dencik, Jeppe Rønde, Ulrik Wivel, Simon Bonde, Stevan Treshow
C l i e n t s : 3Mobil, VolksWagen, Renault, McDonald’s