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DANISH FILM INSTITUTE
Welcome to the Danish Film Institute's magazine with interviews and all the basics on Danish documentaries at IDFA 2015.
Christian Sønderby Jepsen tracks journalist and comedian Jacob Nossell as he searches for the meaning of life for someone with cerebral palsy.
Feature-Length Competition / IDFA 2015
Nicole N. Horanyi follows daring defence lawyer Kimberley Motley and her day-to-day life in Kabul.
Panorama / IDFA 2015
At Home in the World
Andreas Koefoed zooms in on the everyday life of five refugee children at a Danish asylum school.
Mid-length competition / IDFA 2015
Anne Wivel captures a famous painter struggling to pick himself up after a fall down the stairs.
Sounds Real / IDFA 2015
Danish Docs at IDFA 2015
OVERVIEW. Explore the full list of Danish titles to be showcased at this year's big doc fest in Amsterdam, running 18-29 November.
Salimah Standing Strong
KIDS&DOCS. Katrine Philp's
Home Sweet Home
tells the story of Salimah from Myanmar who is trying to find her feet in a new culture.
IDFA FORUM. The death of a UN Secretary General and a portrait of architect Bjarke Ingels are among the Danish projects this year.
Watch out for
UPCOMING FILMS. Read on for a pick of the crop of Danish doc titles coming out, including stories about insect-eating and Facebook.
Danish Film Catalogue
AT IDFA 2015
Danish Film Screenings
AT IDFA 2015
HANDY INFO FROM DFI.DK