Andreas Halskov holds an MA in Film Studies from Copenhagen University. Halskov is a lecturer in Media Studies and works as a film and TV expert in different media and as a curator of film historical screenings for The Danish Film Institute (DFI), besides being an editor of the scholarly film journal 16:9.
Halskov has published numerous articles and books and has co-written and edited three anthologies about modern American TV drama (Fjernsyn for viderekomne, 2011), film and TV comedy (Helt til grin, 2017) and television in the age of streaming (Streaming for viderekomne, 2020).
He has also contributed to international anthologies (e.g. Global TV Horror, eds. Lorna Jowett & Stacey Abbott), written the English book called TV Peaks: Twin Peaks and Modern Television Drama (2015), has worked on a documentary project with HBO Nordic and hosted various industry seminars and talks.
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