Maggie Olkuska

Maggie Olkuska

Camera Operator and Cinematographer

Warsaw, Poland

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August 2014
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About Maggie

Credits

  • Når solen skinner

    Når solen skinner (2016)
    Film by Frederik Barington (Drama) Cinematographer The young 17-year-old boy Sofus is admitted to a hospice after the doctors have given up, trying to cure the cancer in his brain. He has been sick since he was 8-ears-old and he is ready to die. But when he meets the young hospice worker Sarah and they spend a day together, he no longer feels ready. Written by Lars Iversen, producer

  • Kunstnerens Lærling

    Kunstnerens Lærling (2015)
    Television by Anders Morgenthaler (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer In 5 episodes Anders Morgenthaler pays visit to some of his favorite Danish artists, both in and outside of Denmark. During these visits and for one day respectively he becomes the artists' apprentice in order to learn their techniques and gain insight into their working habits. Written by Christopher Klüter

  • Freistatt

    Freistatt (2015)
    Film by Marc Brummund (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Bonnie og de tusinde mænd

    Bonnie og de tusinde mænd (2015)
    Film by Mette Korsgaard (Documentary) Cinematographer Bonnie was 18-years-old when she first started working as a prostitute. She cried after having her first customer but a couple of days later it got easier and she used the money on a vacation to the caribbean. Now 20 years later, Bonnie is the mother of three kids and lives in the provinces. She works at a brothel in the countryside of Denmark. She's proud of her profession, hardworking and dutiful. As a result men are lined up in their cars, outside the brothel. But Bonnie is sick and her body is telling her to stop. Even though she tries to protect herself in different ways i.e. by having a fake identity at work - Patricia. Then she's still very much aware of, that her work makes her condition worse. "They say that people like me detaches the head from the body, but I can't do that, my body is a part of who I am" - Bonnie explains. It is going to be a painful struggle for Bonnie - a fight for life or death. Written by HANSEN & PEDERSEN

  • Ekstra Bladet: Uden for citat

    Ekstra Bladet: Uden for citat (2014)
    Film by Mikala Krogh (Documentary and News) Camera and Electrical Department In this new documentary you get to follow the life of Ekstra Bladet's editorial staff through one of the papers most turbulent years with catastrophic readership numbers and a long row of controversial agenda-setting cases. From the common journalistic staff being pushed to deliver the daily front-page stories, to Poul Madsen in management who has to make the drastic decisions regarding the papers continued existence. We get to see up close how the paper's staff handles the many ethical dilemmas they face everyday. We see what it takes for news to make the front page and in the paper's machine room we get to see the drastic death battle for the 110 years old paper play out - The question is: Will there be a place for Ekstra Bladet in the media image of tomorrow? Written by DOXBIO

  • The 11th Hour

    The 11th Hour (2014)
    Film by Anders Morgenthaler (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Miscellaneous Crew Maria is a successful businesswoman living in Germany in a happy marriage. However, she has one big problem. She wants to be a mother more than anything, but every time she gets pregnant, she miscarries. When her doctor tells her after her latest miscarriage that she won't be able to get pregnant again, she opts for adoption, but her husband, upset over her condition, refuses the idea and temporary separates from her in order to rethink whether or not he wants to stay in the relationship with her now. She begins to lose her grip on reality when she starts hearing the voice of her unborn child, so she decides to get herself a baby even if she has to buy one. She hears a rumor that prostitutes sometimes sell their unwanted babies on the black market near the German-Czech border, so she meets Petit, a drug-addict who frequents the local prostitutes, and hires him to find her one who's willing to sell her baby for 10 grand. He sees this as a chance to save a child from the hell the ...

  • Så meget godt i vente

    Så meget godt i vente (2014)
    Film by Phie Ambo (Documentary, Biography and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer Niels Stokholm is one of the most idealistic farmers in Denmark. He runs the biodynamic farm with his wife, Rita, and from their farm, Thorshøjgaard, they distribute products to some of the best restaurants in the world.But not everyone is equally fond of Thorshøjgaard and their holistic methods. Authorities and bureaucracy threaten to close down the farm. Phie Ambo follows their struggle to make sure that they are not the last to do agriculture the way they do, but some of the first. Written by Anonymous

  • Natten er ung

    Natten er ung (2014)
    Film (short) by Niels Holstein Kaa (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Over the course of a night we follow the lonely and awkward Elliott in the nightlife of Copenhagen, where his dubious abilities with the opposite sex is put to a severe test. Through situations of failure and success his night turns into a journey of self-discovery and irrevocable change. Written by Super16

  • Theatre of Voices: Songs from the Soil

    Theatre of Voices: Songs from the Soil (2014)
    Film by Phie Ambo (Documentary) Cinematographer The color composition of a yellow and black snail shell, the orange reflection in the lake against verdigris green duckweed, a red worm that protrudes from the black earth. Phie Ambo's brand new and wordless film follows the passing of the seasons in a place that in spite of its natural wilderness is cultivated by humans - and where cows, earthworms, humans and plants are all protagonists. Written by anonymous

Education

  • National Polish Film School Lodz
    (2015)

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