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Oslo Pix 2019

When the victims' defense goes wrong

May el-Toukhy: The queen

#METOO: Fate-pregnant family relationships and abuse of power can be a successful formula on film. The queen offers a nuanced female abuser.

The refugee crisis, the fear and the free Finnish woman

Miia Tervo: Aurora Direction and script

HARMFUL: This intense, hurtful and screaming comedy is typical of a generation of young, rootless women.

A female imam is struggling to create a collective

Marie Skovgaard: reformist

MARIAM MOSKEEN: In 2015, the Syrian-Finnish Dane Sherin Khankan decided to start a women-led mosque in Copenhagen. Instructor Marie Skovgaard has followed her struggle between personal vision and the challenges of creating community.

Smelly and bad punk portrait

Alex Ross Perry: Her smell

STAR SLOT: Even if you have never liked punk, you should still get this tender and painfully revealing epic from a rough girl band environment from the 90's USA.

A different religious history lesson

Nina Paley: Seder-Masochism

ANIMATED MUSICAL: The filmmaker behind Sita Sings the Blues has once again made an animated musical full of catchy music and feminist critique – which, like its predecessor, is available online for free.

Indie pop sensation AURORA's creation

Benjamin Langeland, Stian Servoss: Once upon a time Aurora

MUSIC INDUSTRY: Once Aurora paints a picture of an industry that is willing to use the artist AURORA as a tool to promote her own ambitions instead of stimulating her own creative independence.

Purchase process in Harlem

Lene Berg: False Belief

: Norwegian documentary premiere during this year's Berlin festival: Sensual communication in Lene Berg's playful, wondering and disturbing False Belief.

On a tour with PJ Harvey

Seamus Murphy: A Dog Called Money

HARVEY:: If you do not know PJ Harvey and her music from before, maybe A Dog Called Money make you more curious about this artist.

The Mafia – part of the state

Kim Longinotto: Shooting the Mafia

LETIZIA BATTAGLIA: She has never presented herself as Italy's "mafia photographer". Battaglia took pictures of Palermo, she says in the film – a city where the mafia is part of daily life.

Mafia power

: Ny Tid met the Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia during the Berlinale for a conversation about her photographic work and the Italian mafia today.

Selviscenesættende

Mads Brügger: Cold Case Hammarskjöld

: Brügger delivers here his best film, about Dag Hammarskjöld.