He is of strong individualist and libertarian leanings and has written articles for the Danish libertarian magazine Libertas published by the free-market society of the same name.
Because he believes that movies are always a team effort, he attributes all his movies to "Hr. Boe & Co.", which refers to the team he has surrounded himself with since his days on the National Film School of Denmark.
When the editorial staff of the Danish television programme Filmland awarded him their yearly award for extraordinary contribution to Danish film the motivation was as follows: "Christoffer Boe plays with the film media and with his audience. He is able to weave a tangled filmic web - loosing neither the story nor his own ambitious intent."
During his time at the National Film School of Denmark he directed a trilogy of short films. They were "Obsession" (1999), "Virginity" (2000) and "Anxiety" (2001).
He graduated from the National Film School of Denmark in 2001.
Working on three films. His second feature film "Prediction" is in post production. He's also writing the script for his third feature film, a science fiction film called "Allegro". Finally he's making a short film as part of Visions of Europe to mark the expansion of the European Union with 10 new membership countries. [March 2004]
Personal Quotes (3)
I liked movies so much that they became an obsession. I am still trying to kick the habit.
Making it good, which is tougher than one might think. Creating rules and an inner logic in a cinematic world where everything is possible is not easy. Or maybe it is, but it wasn't for me.