Anders Bramsen (1974) is a Danish filmmaker and editor. Bramsen began working with moving imagery in 1996 while experimenting with his own art house documentaries and dramatic short films. His pictures have been shown on national Danish TV (DR2) and at New York City film festivals and art venues, including The Brooklyn International Film Festival, The Brooklyn Museum, Anthology Film Archives, DUMBO Arts Center and Scandinavia House.
His talent in film and video editing stems from his intuitive understanding of storytelling. As an editor he has worked on numerous high profile documentaries that included: Jack Nicholson, Susan Sarandon, Martin Scorsese, Pam Grier, Dennis Hopper, Marisa Tomei, Abel Ferrara, and Eli Wallach. His editing style and rhythm is always forward-looking and innovative. Bramsen’s editing work has been shown at The Cannes, Berlin and Sundance Film Festivals.
Some post house clients include: TED Talks Conferences and Pacific Street Films (NYC) Hollywood Productions Center and Recovery 2.0 (LA), VICE Nordic and Zentropa Productions (Copenhagen).
He has studied at Billedskolen, Copenhagen (1998-99), European Film College, Ebeltoft (2001-02) and Kort & Dokumentar Filmskolen, Copenhagen (2002-03).
Bramsen divides his time between Los Angeles, New York and Copenhagen.