Apart from being a director of the film, Kenneth Sorento is also a cinematographer and a sound engineer. He is very dedicated to communicating at eye level and telling stories in a strong, visual language.
Kenneth has participated in several assignments in Greenland and in the Arctic, including the Galathea Expeditions and two icebreaker expedition on the North Pole, setting off his passion for Greenland and his understanding of its inhabitants.
Cultural encounters have been part of his life since childhood, growing up in Spain with his Danish parents. His interests in other cultures has taken him all over the world, from his first documentary about a bicycle expedition from Norway to China, to the film Pachamama about indigenous people in the Andes. Kenneth has specialized in working as one man – one camera and has taught this working-method for the past ten years.