Chernobyl Mon Amour (intro)

(Art/Documentary/Video installation)

Following two state-employed guides in Priyat, Ukraine, Dennis and Maxim and their subjective perspectives and relationship to the zone.

The project touches on the mysterious ability of both man and nature to adapt to the radioactive air.

Total runtime 20 minutes.

Artist: Siri Hermansen


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Detroit, Land of Freedom (intro)

(Art/Documentary/Video installation)

A film that explores what can grow out of the financial catastrophy that has ruined The Motor City, Detroit during the past decades.

Warning: Animal slaughter

Total runtime 32 minutes.

Artist: Siri Hermansen

Addet Àndagassi / Apology (intro)

(Art/Documentary/Video installation)

The on going conflict between the indigenous Sami people's right to land on the one hand, and commercial interests on the other is subject to scrutiny in this film.

Total runtime 24 minutes.

Artist: Siri Hermansen

Rex. Barbaricum


I´m currently shooting and co-producing a documentary series with writer Geir Felling-Andersen about the migration age lasting from AD 375 - 568, and how the scandinavian tribes, barbarians, contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire.

Srarring Thure Lindhardt, Malin Arvidson, Hans Erik Dyvik Husby, professor Peter Heather (Oxford Univerity), Dr. Lotte Hedeager (Univercity of Oslo), Dr. Andrew Merrils (Univercity of Leicester), Nils Nordberg, among others.


Island of Memories

(Art/Documentary/Video installation)

A three channel video intallation. The film investigate how memories and traumas of the Second World War have been transferred and received by the 3rd generation descendants of German families. We get an insight into human processes of adaption, where negotiation mechanisms enter into force for the descendant to carry their family heritage.

Dir/artist: Siri Hermansen