Hannibal Lang, originally from Denmark, is one of the most prominent and sought-after Colourists in Europe.
He has collaborated with acclaimed directors like
Nicolas Winding Refn, Martin De Thurah, Andreas Nilsson, Nina Holmgren, Adam Hashemi, and Martin Werner to mention a few.
Hannibal’s passion for the artistic and technical elements of grading, has led him to work closely with top-tier cinematographers like Adam Arkapaw, Rodrigo Prieto,
Peter Deming, Mauro Chiarello, Alexis Zabe, and Kasper Tuxen amongst others. He uses colour as a storytelling tool that helps them elevate their creative vision.
His commercial credits include award-winning spots for Nike, Volvo, IKEA, Barclaycard, Velux, Adidas and AUDI.
Aside from his commercial work, Hannibal recently graded a few outstanding Danish feature films:
“Shorta” which was selected for Critics’ Week at Venice Film Festival, "Riders Of Justice" by acclaimed Danish director Anders Thomas Jensen and "Wild Men", selected for Tribeca Film Festival, directed by Thomas Daneskov.
Hannibal was also the lead colourist of the first Danish series for HBO Nordic “Kamikaze" - and has recently finished the Colour on the big period feature film, "The Shadow in My Eye" with director
Lasse, originally from Norway, started as a DIT back in 2010 and found his love for Colour when DP’s started asking him to work on the dailies so directors got used to the look they wanted during the editing process. He began his path assisting award-winning colourist Julien Alary after he got recommended while working with Daniel Voldheim on a feature film.
Lasse joined BaconX in 2020 and since then, he has brought his keen eye and strong sensibility to international commercial
campaigns for major clients including Coop, Bosch, Three and Planet Fitness. Aside from his commercial work, Lasse recently collaborated with HBO on their first TV series for the Nordic region “Kamikaze”.
His feature credits include “The Blue Orchid”, which was selected for Austin Film Festival and CPH Pix, as well as award-winning Scandinavian films like “Ikki Illa Meint”, “A Beautiful Curse”, and “Winter Brothers”.