Chronological list of all FILM#Magazine articles.

Coming out in the Bible belt

Jannik Splidsboel's documentary Misfits follows three LGBT teenagers struggling to be accepted in an extremely conservative community. 

Adventures of Beetles and Bugs
Mini and the Mozzies is a tie-dye bright story of bullying and friendship, brought to life in a simple cutout technique and peppered with jazzy tunes and anarchic humour. Co-directors Jannik Hastrup and Flemming Quist Møller have put their thumbprints all over Danish animation for close to a lifetime now.
The Human Journey into Outer and Inner Space

There are no little green men but lots of masterminds and mind-boggling questions in Michael Madsen's The Visit, which documents an alien invasion that hasn't taken place – yet.

Love is colder than death
Fassbinder – To Love without Demands is a portrait of one of the world's most prominent filmmakers, and probably the most productive. Based on interviews Danish director Christian Braad Thomsen recorded in the 1970s, the film shows one of German film's greatest auteurs Rainer Werner Fassbinder at his most open.
Caught Between Two Worlds
IDFA Forum / Round Table. It's been nearly a decade since we first met Sommai, Kae and Basit, three Thai women arriving in a small, windswept village in Denmark to find husbands.
Almost Like Foie Gras
IDFA Forum / Central Pitch. Andreas Johnsen's "Ai Weiwei The Fake Case" screened in IDFA's main competition last year. The Danish filmmaker's next documentary, "Bugs", digs into the phenomenon of entomophagy, or "insect eating."
Young Lives in Motion
Fencing is not all they have in common. Two films, Simon Lereng Wilmont's "The Fencing Champion" and Lea Hjort Mathiesen's "Malek Means Angel", record with great sensitivity the intimate world of two children on the cusp of adolescence.
War-Raped Women Break the Taboo
In "Mission Rape – A Tool of War", Annette Mari Olsen and Katia Forbert Petersen shine a light on the thousands of women who were raped during the Bosnian War but failed to get adequate redress for the crimes committed against them in the post-war judicial reckoning.
Double Arms Dealing
In 1995 a secret weapons drop was set to take place in India. The principals were a Danish idealist and a British arms dealer. But nothing went according to plan. Andreas Koefoed's real-life thriller "The Arms Drop" documents the affair that continues to impact the lives of everyone involved.
A Trans Boy Becomes a Man
A love story between a transsexual teen and his girlfriend, Elvira Lind's musical portrait documentary "Songs for Alexis" acts as a magnifying glass on youthful vulnerability and dawning maturity.
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