Morten Hartz Kaplers

Morten Hartz Kaplers, Film director, born 1971. Graduated from the Czech film school FAMU. Member of the alternative film school Super16. He has been working with television production and commercials and made a number of short films.
He had his film debut in 2007 with the satirical drama "AFR" that, with its complex and highly polemical narrative style and the country's then-Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen as a plot point pivot, attracted much attention. The film was nominated for several awards and won the main prize, VPRO Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. In Denmark Morten Hartz Kaplers received Carl Th. Dreyer Prize.
In 2013,Morten Hartz Kaplers served as Chief of Aarhus Film Workshop.