The Most Remote Restaurant in the World (with composer Silas Hite)

  • Composer Silas Hite


Nightlight Cinema Sun, Apr 28 5:15 PM
Film Info
Release Year:2023
Production Country:Denmark
Original Language:Danish
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Ole Juncker
Cast:Poul Andrias Ziska
Johannes Jensen
Ove Villadsen
Karin Visth


The film will feature an in-person Q&A, and will not include membership ticket prices.

Follow the extraordinary journey of chefs from Michelin-starred restaurant KOKS as they embark on a mission to create an exclusive dining experience in the picturesque and isolated village of Ilimanaq, Greenland.

The prestigious chefs behind the Michelin star restaurant KOKS in the Faroe Islands begin the mind-boggling challenge of opening an exclusive eatery in one of the world's most remote corners - the village of Ilimanaq in Greenland. This picturesque little settlement of just 50-some people is one of the oldest in Greenland, and the only way to get there is by boat through the Ilulissat Icefjord.


The screening will be accompanied by film composer Silas Hite.

Silas Hite is an Emmy-winning composer with music in his DNA. He began his career co-scoring tv shows and films such as Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs with his uncles, noted composers Mark & Bob Mothersbaugh of the band Devo.

His music plays in television shows around the world, from kids shows like Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get A Clue! and Disney’s Dance-A-Lot Robot, to adult shows such as The Big Brunch (HBO Max), Abused by the Police (BBC), and Chef's Table (Netflix). He has scored hundreds of commercials for clients such as Apple, McDonalds, and Chevyearning him an Emmy, Adweek's Campaign of the Decade, and most recently a Titanium Grand Prix from Cannes.  He’s contributed memorable music to some of the most beloved video games of the past twenty years such as The Sims 2, Skate 3, Tetris mobileand The Simpsons

His music has played in such venerable institutions as  the New York Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, The Whitney Museum, and The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.