Eva Mulvad

Eva Mulvad graduated as documentary film director at The National Film School of Denmark in 2001. Mulvad’s The Good Life (2010), was screened at IDFA and won the Best Documentary Award at Karlovy Vary. While working on The Good Life Eva also made The Samurai Case, the first film to follow a Danish trial from within the courtroom.

In 2011 Mulvad received the prestigious Roos Award for her entire filmic oeuvre. Other awards include the Golden Mermaid from WIFT given to young talents in filmmaking, and Steen Baadsgaards Pris, given to a young documentary filmmaker.

Most recently Mulvad released the film A Modern Man (2017), which in a sincere and beautiful way portrays the life of the internationally acclaimed violinist and model Charlie Siem.