Q: What kind of funding is available in Denmark for co-productions?
A: The Danish Film Institute (DFI) has minor-coproduction schemes for feature fiction and animation films with three deadlines a year, […]
Bert Lee, Cassandra Warrior and Lance Red Cloud live on an Indian reservation and are some of the central characters in Anna Eborn's documentary film Pine Ridge. "I aim to make an honest portrait that stays with us." World premiere in Venice.
We have to promote diversity to keep cinema moving, says producer Lise Lense-Møller of Magic Hour Films who is the Danish co-producer of Finnish director Pirjo Honkasalo's tough coming-of-age drama Concrete Night.
Lars von Trier didn't make it to Cannes this year. His highly anticipated Nymphomaniac will hit the theatres on 25 December, but until then you can follow the campaign unfolding the film's multifaceted universe.
If the name Pilou Asbæk doesn't ring a bell, his face will surely be familiar to the fans of the hit TV series Borgen. Now Asbæk is front and centre as playboy and travel mogul Simon Spies in Christoffer Boe's Sex, Drugs & Taxation.
From the memoirs of a whistleblower to a horse's tale, from a woman's erotic journey to a (re)take on a classic Gothic romance. Here is a roundup of upcoming projects by directors Nikolaj Arcel, Susanne Bier, Per Fly and many more.
Making a splash last year in Toronto, The Act of Killing has returned to North America for its theatrical release. Three other Danish films that have made an imprint on the festival circuit also enjoyed a successful US release this summer.
As the first-half figures indicate, Danish films and cinemas are doing very well. While that is certainly gratifying, it takes more than a healthy theatrical market to lift the total film revenues, DFI CEO Henrik Bo Nielsen says.