Adomeit Film is a production company based in Copenhagen, founded by Katja Adomeit in 2011 and today additional consists of the producers Jón Hammer and Jeppe Wowk. Our united purpose is to develop, produce and coproduce original visionary and entertaining international film projects as well as TV series.

The producers are part of the international producer’s networks EAVE and ACE and in 2015 producer Katja Adomeit was Producer on the Move in Cannes as well as Emerging Master at the 2019 Reykjavik Film Festival.

Adomeit Film is known for, Wolf and Sheep & The Orphanage (Shahrbanoo Sadat), The Weight of Elephants & Loving Pia, Resin (Daniel Borgman) Pine Ridge & Lida & Transnistra (Anna Eborn) Force Majeure & The Square (Ruben Östlund), Team Hurricane (Annika Berg) and has worked in numerous countries including Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Germany, Denmark, France, Russia, Ukraine, China and New Zealand.

Currently we are working on a slate of projects of both fiction feature films and TV series by Daniel Borgman, Sylvia Le Fanu, Anna Sofia Hartmann, Illum Jacobi, Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Shahrbanoo Sadat and Agnes Trier.


Adomeit Film ApS
Guldbergsgade 118, st. th
2200 Copenhagen N


Adomeit Film UG
Reichenbergerstraße 38
10999 Berlin


Adomeit Film UG
Pöppendorfer Hauptstraße 9A
12569 Lübeck



Katja Adomeit

Katja Adomeit is a German producer, based in Denmark and Germany. She loves the creative and financial side of producing and is in a constant search of new ideas that matter and different processes during development and production, that allow for new and different results. Katja is known  for, Wolf and Sheep & The Orphanage (Shahrbanoo Sadat), The Weight of Elephants & Loving Pia, Harpiks (Daniel Borgman) Pine Ridge & Lida & Transnistra (Anna Eborn) Force Majeure & The Square (Ruben Östlund), Team Hurricane (Annika Berg) and many more, and has worked in numerous countries including Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Germany, France, Russia, Ukraine, China and New Zealand.

She established and owns Adomeit Film in Denmark and in Germany, where she produces international fiction films, focusing on arthouse projects by young filmmakers from all over the world. For the future, Katja wants to combine arthouse with entertainment.

Jeppe Wowk

Jeppe Wowk is a Danish producer educated from the independent film school 18 FRAMES (2011-2013) and later on at The Norwegian Film School (2017-2020). He loves the development part in projects and people – and creative side of marketing.

Jeppe is known for Robert nominated feature film Wonderful Copenhagen, and the the selected shorts  Shadow Boxer (Andreas Bøggild Monies), Papapa (Kerren Lumer-Klabbers) and Amourteur (Sylvia Le Fanu)

He  started as producer in Danish Adomeit Film in August 2020

Jón Hammer

Jón began his film career at Zentropa in Copenhagen in 2012. In 2017 he released his first feature film produced for Adomeit Film and founded the Faroese production company KYK . The same year he became a board member of the newly established Faroese Film Institute. In 2019 he participated in Rotterdam Lab and became a member of EAVE Producers Workshop.

Jón is a producer for Adomeit Film Denmark, while continuing to produce films in his native Faroe Islands through his own company KYK.

Sophie Hahn

Sophie Hahn is junior producer at Adomeit Film and is currently working with Agnes Triers new short film HEX and developing her first feature film. Sophie is educated from The European Film College in 2018/19 and proceeded into working as a production manager on story driven commercials in 2020.

From 2020-2022, Sophie engaged herself in producer- and management courses at the Danish Film School, the Copenhagen Film Workshop and at the Danish Media- and Journalism School, while producing short films and accounting for tv-series. She has been a part of Adomeit Film since December 2022.

Shahrbanoo Sadat

Shahrbanoo Sadat, 1991, is a female scriptwriter, producer and director based in Kabul, Afghanistan. Her debut film WOLF AND SHEEP won the top award at Directors’ Fortnight 2016. The film was developed with the Cannes Cinéfondation Residency in 2010, Shahrbanoo was 20 years old at the time – the youngest ever selected for the residence. She premiered her second feature THE ORPHANAGE at the same section at Cannes Film Festival in 2019. Shahr studied documentary filmmaking at the Kabul workshop of “Atelier Varan” in 2009. Her first short fiction “Vice Versa One” was selected at Directors’ Fortnight-2011. In 2013, she opened her own production company “Wolf Pictures” in Kabul. Both WOLF AND SHEEP and THE ORPHANAGE are part of her pentalogy project (5 feature films) based on Anwar’s Hashimi autobiographical text of 800 pages. At the moment, Shahrbanoo develops the third part, KABUL JAN, a romantic comedy.

Daniel Borgman

Daniel studied directing at the Danish alternative film school Super16. His short films have premiered in A-list festivals, with Lars and Peter officially selected for Cannes in 2009 and Berik winning the Grand Prix in Cannes in 2010. His debut feature The Weight of Elephants premiered in Berlin in 2013. His second feature film Loving Pia had its world premiere in Berlin in 2017. These two feature films, are developed at Cannes and Berlin residency, with Daniel as one of the very few directors in the world, being selected for both. In 2019 Daniel completed his 3rd feature film Harpiks, his first mainstream Danish fiction with A-list cast. Harpiks is a co-production between Adomeit Film and Zentropa made with support from the DFI, TV2 and FilmFyn. Harpiks premiered at the Toronto International Festival and is nominated for 8 Robert Awards.

Sakaris Stórá

Sakaris Stórá was born in 1986 and grew up in the small island of Sandoy, on the Faroe Islands. After studying film in Norway, he moved back to his home town to make films. Believing in the importance of making films in the Faroese language, films that deal with the struggles of individuals in modern society, his first feature film “Dreams by the Sea” was shot entirely on his home island of Sandoy. His films have been rewarded for his portrayal of characters and his work with actors.

Kaspar Astrup Schröder

Award winning filmmaker, Kaspar Astrup Schroder, is one of Denmark’s most prolific directors. His international films have screened at many festivals, such as IDFA, NYFF, Chicago IFF, SFIFF, CPH:DOX, and Hot Docs. His first film ”The Invention of Dr. NakaMats” (2009) was nominated for more than 20 awards and opened up a Japanese world seldom seen, which led to his third feature length documentary ”Rent A Family Inc.” (Winner of The Golden Eye Award at Zürich IFF 2013). The film was picked up by one of the majors in Hollywood for adaptation.

Besides Japan, Kaspar has directed films in China, Thailand, Myanmar, USA and Denmark, all with strong main characters undergoing an existential experience at a crucial time in their life.

Kaspar has always made an effort not to distinguish between documentary and fiction. ”It’s all about storytelling and portraying a drama. Drama is character, whether it’s a true story or not, and sometimes it just turns out that reality exceeds our imagination”.

Sylvia Le Fanu

Sylvia Le Fanu  (b. 1990) is a Copenhagen-based writer/director with British roots. She graduated from The Norwegian Filmschool in 2020 with the graduation film “Om Litt” (“Before Long”).
Prior to this she has a bachelor degree in Film and Media Science from Copenhagen University alongside having attended 18FRAMES, The Independent Film School of Funen. This was where she made the short film “Abu Adnan” (2017), which was selected for a long list of international festivals among others Clermont Ferrand, Sundance’s sideprogram WINDRIDER and winning Heartland Filmfestival’s INDY SHORTS long- listing it for an Oscar. The film was also nominated for the Danish Robert prize.

Illum Jacobi

Jacobi comes from a background in mountaineering and long expeditions into the Arctic and Amazon. He worked as a high altitude cameraman before launching his own expeditions to remote mountain ranges concluding in a 2.500 km long traverse of the North Coast of Greenland. Later he studied Cinematography at the Danish Film School and began to make films with scientists and artists studying our relationship to nature. This theme is now continued in the form of fiction with a series of feature projects in development based on his own experiences in the wilderness.


Adomeit Film owns an Aaton 16mm Camera and a full Zeiss lens set, which can be rented for feature films and documentaries shooting on 16mm.


Editing suite


Computer: Apple iMac (Retina 5k, 27-inch, 2019)
Processor: 3,6Ghz Intel Core i9
Memory: 32gb 2667 Mhz DDR4
Graphics: Radeon Pro 580x 8GB

Our setup has 2 HD Samsung Editing screens, along with the iMac monitor, Genelec Speakers, with an 8-channel mixer, Aja HD tap, and an output to a 40 inch HD LG client monitor.


Operating System: macOS Mojave, Version 10.14.6

Avid: Avid Media Composer 2018.12.10

We prefer to work with external projects where the media is stored on external drives provided by the client, connected to the Avid via thunderbolt.


The office includes a standard machine adjustable editing desk with a Herman Miller Aeron (model A) ergonomic editing chair. Backlit screens. Blackout curtains. For the client there is a sofa, and a 40inch client monitor. Our office also has a kitchen, with coffee, fridge etc and toilet facilities and the possibility to have a desk outside the editing suite to work on, as well as wifi and printing facilities. The office is located in a quiet part of Nørrebro a short walk from Empire bio, restaurants, cafes, Assistants Cemetery, and Stefan’s Quarter. A short walk to the ring metro for easy access to the airport.