Puk Grasten attended the European Film College in Denmark and moved soon thereafter to Paris to pursue a BFA in Film Production at EICAR. After Paris, Grasten went to the U.S. where she received an MFA in Film Production from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. At NYU Tisch, she made a short version of her debut feature film 37. The short premiered at Slamdance and won best student film at Big Apple Film Festival. Her debut feature film, 37 (2015), had its world premiere at the 38th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Best Director prize and the Russian critics’ award for Best Film. Grasten received the Danish Arts Foundation’s award for outstanding work in cinema and the Carl Th. Dreyer award for a brave visual style of storytelling. There’s No Place Like Home is her second feature.