Dorothe Daerholt is a Danish film director and screenwriter, best known for her work in the comedy-drama film, "Hjemme hos os" (2016).
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1971, Daerholt grew up in a family of six, with her father working as an architect and her mother as a musician. From an early age, she was fascinated by the art of storytelling and film. She attended the Danish Film School, graduating with a degree in film and television in 1995.
Daerholt began her career in the film industry by writing and directing short films. Her first short film, "The Autograph" (1999), was a critical success, and went on to be screened at various film festivals around the world. She then wrote and directed two more short films, "The Man in the Hat" (2003) and "The Stranger" (2005).
In 2006, Daerholt made her feature film debut with the drama "Søren and the Secret" (2006). It was a success, and earned her a Danish Academy Award nomination for Best Film. She followed this with the drama "Hjemme hos os" (2016), which was also a success and earned her critical acclaim.
Since then, Daerholt has gone on to direct a number of feature films, including the drama "The Man Who Collected Stories" (2018) and the romantic comedy "Kærlighedens slag" (2021). She has also worked in television, directing episodes of the crime series "Forbrydelsen" (2007-2012) and the drama series "Borgen" (2010-2013).
Daerholt's work has been praised for its emotional depth and its strong female characters. In addition to her work in film and television, she has also written books, including "The Girl Who Loved Stories" (2015) and "The Man Who Collected Stories" (2021).
Daerholt is an award-winning filmmaker who has created unique and compelling stories. She has been praised for her ability to tell stories that are both moving and entertaining, and her work has been celebrated around the world.