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Hannibal Lang

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark | London


Originally from Denmark, Hannibal is one of Europe's most prominent and highly sought-after colourists. He has established collaborative partnerships with acclaimed directors such as Nicolas Winding Refn, Andreas Nilsson, Martin De Thurah, Emilie Thalund, David Shane, Adam Berg, Martin Werner, Nina Holmgren, and Adam Hashemi, among others.


Hannibal's passion for both the artistic and technical aspects of grading has led him to work closely with top-tier cinematographers like Adam Arkapaw, Kasper Tuxen, Rodrigo Prieto, Peter Deming, Rasmus Videbæk, Lasse-Frank, Mauro Chiarello, Sebastian Blenkov, and Alexis Zabe, among a host of others. Through his expertise in color grading, he elevates their creative vision, using colour as a powerful storytelling tool.


His impressive commercial portfolio includes award-winning spots for renowned brands such as Nike, Apple, Volvo, IKEA, Barclaycard, Velux, Adidas, and AUDI.


Beyond his commercial work, Hannibal has also lent his expertise to several outstanding Danish feature films, including 'Shorta', which was selected for Critics' Week at the Venice Film Festival, 'Riders Of Justice' by acclaimed Danish director Anders Thomas Jensen, 'Wild Men', selected for the Tribeca Film Festival and directed by Thomas Daneskov, and the notable period feature film ""The Bombardment"" by the esteemed director Ole Bornedal.


Moreover, Hannibal took the helm as lead colourist for the first Danish series on HBO Nordic, ""Kamikaze,"" and has recently completed colour grading for the critically acclaimed feature film ""UNRULY,"" directed by Malou Reymann.


Currently, he is a Senior Colourist at Bacon X, a talent-driven creative studio based in Copenhagen. Bacon X is the sister company of Bacon Production that works independently with a variety of clients worldwide across film, advertising, TV and music videos for post production.


Represented by Bacon X & Bacon Production in Europe & USA

Represented by Selected Works in Great Britain


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