Among the films Hummelfilm has co-produced is the feature The German doctor (Wakolda) , directed by Lucia Puenzo (Un Certain Regard, Cannes 2013) and the family-adventure film Captain Sabertooth (2014) with Storm Films. The film was a huge success at the box office in Norway and was sold to over 70 countries. Other films include Underdog , directed by Ronnie Sandahl, The Man, directed by Charlotte Sieling with Nimbus Film.
Hummelfilm has worked closely with Yellow Bird since 2013. Together they produced 3 seasons of the internationally acclaimed TV-series Occupied (2015-2020) showed on Netflix. They are currently in development of several new projects together.
In 2017, Hummelfilm produced the feature film Føniks (Phoenix) by Camilla Strøm Henriksen and Nothing to Laugh About (2021), directed by Petter Næss and written by Odd-Magnus Williamson.
Hummelfilm was established both to expand existing co-production relationships and to identify and nurture new and established filmmakers. We are always looking for new and long-lasting relationships, and believe that films are made to travel any borders.
Gudny Hummelvoll has over twenty years of production experience from feature films, television, documentary, and short films.
With a solid 22 years of experience in film production and education from La Sorbonne University in Paris, Eleonore Anselme has worked on several feature and short films before moving to Norway. After working for 4 years with Gudny Hummelvoll in SF Norge, she continued her close cooperation with Gudny in Hummelfilm in January 2012.
Paulina Wilhelmsen has, in addition to extensive business experience, broad knowledge of TV production, through several years of working for the Norwegian national broadcaster, NRK. After moving to the UK, she founded Wilstar.no a social impact venture which is focused on supporting projects in the areas of education, human dignity, women’s rights, and maritime conservation. She joined Hummelfim in 2014 as an executive producer and partner.
Marte Hansen started her career as a producer of award-winning short films like “Quiet on Set” and “Explosions in the Heart”. Her graduation film from The Norwegian Film School, “The Culture” won more than 11 international awards including the FIPRESCI-Award at the Short Film Festival in Drama, as well as being awarded best Norwegian Short Film at Bergen International Film Festival. Marte graduated from the Norwegian Film School in 2018.