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About shitting culturally in your own nest

1. NOVEMBER 1969: Observations by Sigurd Evensmo

To direct oneself

Robert Bresson's Aphorism Collection Notes on the cinematographer are rarely stylish and minimalist – finally available in Danish translation.

Harepus in Nazi land

Sonja Henie still creates a divide in the audience. And it's not easy to establish her reputation: Was she a heroine or a determined egoist?

Proximity to American conventionalism

Of the two new films about the Utøya massacre, it is Reconstructing Utøya which, through four survivors' honest accounts, in all its simplicity allows us to see both the extent of the tragedy and a way forward for those involved.

Revolutionary film movement

Bridges of Time is a tribute to the directors who shaped the poetic documentary tradition in the Baltic; a revolutionary film movement that fought for human freedom during the occupation of the Soviet Union.

Poetic about an occupied people 

The Heart of the Ocean is a poetic exploration of the natives' lives in Tahiti and in French Polynesia, and reveals the fatal aftermaths of nuclear explosions and colonization.

A tribute to the home

On the Ruins of a Dream is an exercise in reflecting on what a home means – but also what it means to lose it. 

Movie: September


Movie: August


The function of oblivion

The Tale is an autobiographical and ambivalent tale of abuse and subsequent trauma, based on director Jennifer Fox's own experiences as a child. 

A lively echo from a war zone 

Following a Tanzanian taxi driver in a small town in Donetsk province, Ukraine, Long Echo presents a new view of a story that has virtually disappeared from daily news reports in European media.

The struggle for survival

British filmmaker Kim Longinotto makes documentary films about rebellious outsiders, where women fighting for their own survival are the celebrated protagonist.

A parachute landing in the mission archive

Documentary Morten Vest came across the archive of the Danish branch of the United Sudan Mission, mixing parts from there with interviews from today. The result is an interesting but ahistorical tale.

Identity match in Croatia 

Srbenka is a skilled metateater that involves the actors' own experiences and memories of the war in the 90 century. It also provides a good insight into how everyday life is becoming apparent among the Serbian minority in Croatia. 

From archive to canvas

Catherine Russell has done a reading of so-called archeology – a way of creating, interpreting, reinterpreting and evoking history through the film medium.

Movie: June