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DANISH FILM INSTITUTE
Welcome to the fall 2014 edition of FILM with interviews, background and all the basics on upcoming Danish films.
The Look of Silence
Joshua Oppenheimer revisits the Indonesian genocide from the victims' perspective.
Venice + Toronto
Bille August zooms in on a family of three generations gathering for an unusual weekend.
Ole Christian Madsen's drama about Denmark's first real beat poet is, above all, a love story.
A Second Chance
Susanne Bier's detective drama tackles intricate questions of right and wrong.
Toronto + San Sebastian
Stensgaard & von Trier
was a novel experience for Molly Stensgaard. But then again, working with von Trier always is.
Films Should Be Demanding
TORONTO. Icelandic director Hlynur Pálmason let his gut instinct take over in the making of his intense, black-and-white short
TORONTO. Tor Fruergaard has a soft spot for vulnerable men and monsters. His short film
combines the two.
I want to BOOM! open it up
The Absent One
, Mikkel Nørgaard dramatically expands the universe of the two cold-case detectives Carl and Assad.
Extreme Spaces and People
AUSTIN. Anders Morgenthaler draws on his own thoughts about life with or without children in
I Am Here
starring Kim Basinger.
How to Co-produce
Danish Film Catalogue
at Venice, Toronto & San Sebastian
Danish Film Screenings
at Venice, Toronto, Austin & San Sebastian