This video of Danica came out on Lime.dk a few days ago. Enjoy!
We are very fond of the cool Danica Curcic, which we have previously interviewed on LIME. In this connection, we found out that her name is actually pronounced “Daniza Churchich”, but she says Danica – just like the insurance company – because it’s easier for the Danes to pronounce.
Danica has Serbian roots
Danica Curcic was born in Belgrade, but came to Denmark with her parents in 1986 when she was a year. Her father had gotten work at the Yugoslav Embassy, and the sentence was that after a couple of years in Copenhagen, the family had to return to Belgrade. However, when the war broke out between Serbia and Bosnia in 1991, her parents chose to stay in Denmark forever. But the Serbian roots do not deny, and Danica Curcic visits her relatives at least once a year.
Broke her nose
And she is one of the toughest actors. Did you know that she actually broke her nose during the third and final admission to the theater school, where she was going to play a lion who would eat a mouse – but of course she played on.
Here you get a little insight into her everyday life at the theater!
As many of you know, Danica Curcic was performing Jeanne D’Arc at the Republique Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark until April 07. I just added some posters, promotional photos, behind the scenes and official photos on stage on the gallery. Check it out:
Theatre > Jeanne D’Arc (2018) > Posters & Promotional Photos
Theatre > Jeanne D’Arc (2018) > Official Photos on Stage
Theatre > Jeanne D’Arc (2018) > Behind The Scenes
Danica Curcic‘s new Danish TV mini-series, Warrior (Kriger, on its original title) will bring her back to the TV on the role of Louisa, a police officer. Warrior is a crime drama about community, loyalty and treachery amongst war veterans, bikers and the police force, with a love story surrounding the war veteran CC and the police officer that will be played by Danica.
The show will likely air in September 2018 and according to IMDB, it’s on post-production right now.
Recently, some stills and a promotional photo were released and it’s starting to get us all excited. Check it out:
TV Series > Warrior (2018) > Stills
TV Series > Warrior (2018) > Promotional Photos
“It’s been only five years since I left theater school, so I hadn’t imagined that I would be in that category. It’s so wild”, said Danica Curcic, when she had received Lauritzen Prisen of 250,000 Danish krones on Sunday afternoon (Sep. 10).
The talented actress is used to it with awards.
At home in her house at Amager, she has both a Bodil and a Robert standing for the movie ‘Silent Heart’. Along with the Nordic Film Prize and Ove Sprogøe Prize. She also has a Shooting Star from Berlin Film Festival in 2014.
“It’s a huge recognition and a big blow on my shoulder that motivates me to get even better,” said Danica Curcic, full of film and television career. Both here [in Denmark] and abroad.
“I’m waiting to see if I’m going to the United States if there’s another season of ‘The Mist’,” she says about the Stephen King series on Netflix, which she has a leading role on season 1, where she played Mia Lambert.
In Denmark, she plays the lead role in the “Darling” feature film, which will premiere later in the fall, and next year she will play the female lead role as a politician in a new Danish television series.
“It’s Christoffer Boes’ mini series ‘Warriors’, which will be premiere for next fall on TV2. And it has been insane exciting with Dar Salim in the male main role and a lot of cool new players, “says Danica Curcic.
Check out the pictures:
Appearances & Events > 2017 > Sep 10 | Lauritzen Prisen
The first trailer for the upcoming Danish film Darling has been released, and it looks pretty good!
Darling is a story of ballet; Darling is a world-famous ballet dancer who is preparing for the performance of Giselle, a well-known romantic ballet (more info here). Her husband is also her choreographer, Francis. Everything is going well until Darling collapses on the first day of rehearsal and comes to realise that her career is over. Francis, on the other hand, must find a new lead star for the performance. Darling tries to stay close to her art and her husband by training the dancing taking her place, Polly. However, as Polly develops into the lead character, Darling’s life begins to crumble.
Darling stars Danica Curcic, Gustaf Skarsgård and Ulrich Thomsen, and is directed by Birgitte Stærmose. The Danish release is set for the 19th of October and there is no word on a potential international release. Zentropa (Lars von Trier’s production company) is behind the film, so hopefully it’ll get some international love.
You can watch the trailer below:
Source: Cinema Scandinavia