Director:  Jonas Poher Rasmussen

Flee is an animated documentary film that goes behind the story of the many refugees who arrive in Europe everyday. It's the story about how people are forced from their homes and into the hands of human traffickers who take them on a journey through hostile environments and cynical bureaucracies. It's a personal story seen through the eyes of a boy who becomes a man on the journey. And it's a story about a friendship.


Director: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Producers: Monica Hellström, Signe Byrge Sørensen, Final Cut For Real 
Animation Producer: Charlotte De La Gournerie// Sun Creature Studio- Denmark

Jean-François Le Corre, Mathieu Courtois // Vivement Lundi, France
Charlotte Most // MostFilms, Sweden
Maria Ekerhovd // Mer Film, Norway

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER and International Sales
Philippa Kowarsky – Cinephil

Art Director: Jess Nicholls
Animation Director: Kenneth Ladekjær
Based on the artistic development of: Guillaume Dousse
Original Screenplay: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Editor: Janus Billeskov Jansen
Composer: Uno Helmerson
Script consultant: Eskil Vogt, Rasmus Heisterberg
Casting Agent: Gro Terp
Line producers: Charlotte Sanchez, Tanguy Olivier
Production manager: Danaï Katopodi, Thomas Fenger
Production assistant: Christine Snitkjaer
Concept artists: Arnaud Tribout
Concept graphical sequences: Simon Rouby
Environment design: Simon Lee
Lead Storyboard: Kenneth Ladekjær
Storyboard artists: Mads Juul, Ben Marsaud, Xavier Ramonède, Simon Rouby
Colorscript artist: Tristan Ménard
Head of character design: Mikkel Sommer
Character designer: Kenneth Ladekjær
Lead character color: Véronique Canezza
Props designer: Birk von Brockdorff
Lead layout background: Leïla Courtillon
Lead animation posing: Erik Schmidt
Lead animation clean: Kay Sales

ARTE France
VPRO, The Netherlands  
Ryot & VICE                    

The Danish Film Institute
Ryot & VICE    
Copenhagen Film Fund
The Swedish Film Institute
The Norwegian Film Institute
Nordic Film and TV Fond
West Danish Film Fund
Media Tv Programming
Région Bretagne
Procirep + Angoa

Language: Danish, English, Dari, Russian
Expected release: Spring 2020