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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 2014.
Something Better to Come
For 14 years Hanna Polak has been tracking homeless children in Moscow.
IDFA Feature-Length & DOC U Competitions
Camilla Nielsson follows the bumpy road to Zimbabwe's new constitution.
IDFA Feature-Length Competition
The Look of Silence
Joshua Oppenheimer talks about the reactions to his film at Venice Film Festival.
Warriors from the North
Søren Steen Jespersen and Nasib Farah infiltrate a cell of holy warriors.
IDFA Mid-Length Competition
The Future of (Tabloid) Newspapers
Mikala Krogh is a fly on the wall for a whole year at a Danish tabloid in
The Newsroom – Off the Record.
A Good Place to Be
Phie Ambo goes to bat for sustainable agriculture in
Good Things Await
about an idealistic biodynamic farmer.
A Trans Boy Becomes a Man
Songs for Alexis
acts as a magnifying glass on youthful vulnerability and dawning maturity.
Double Arms Dealing
The Arms Drop
, about a secret weapons drop in India, is a real-life thriller about betrayal and forgiveness.
A Circus Love Story
A budding romance between two circus heirs fuels the drama of Anders Riis-Hansen's
The Circus Dynasty
War-Raped Women Break the Taboo
Katia Forbert Petersen and Annette Mari Olsen view the consequences of mass raping in
Mission Rape – A Tool of War
Young Lives in Motion
Simon L. Wilmont's
The Fencing Champion
and Lea H. Mathiesen's
Malek Means Angel
follow two kids on the cusp of youth.
More in our Print Magazine
Pick up your copy of our print edition in Amsterdam during IDFA or find it online at dfi.dk/filmmagazine.
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