Chronological list of all FILM#Magazine articles.

An Inside View

Andreas Johnsen is the one-man army who got access to Ai Weiwei. Even as the world-famous Chinese artist and dissident had been banned from talking to the media, the Danish documentarian had an inside view of his constant battle with the authorities. The resulting film, "Ai Weiwei The Fake Case", is intimate and thought-provoking and packed with action.

Reaching for the Stars

Can a young Iranian woman become an astronaut? Berit Madsen's "Sepideh" is about a remarkable teenage girl cleverly and stubbornly working towards making her dream come true.

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I Never Went to a Funeral Where No One Laughed

The last 10-15 years have seen a steady stream of divorced police detectives and psycho killers coming out of Scandinavia. Now, Mikkel Nørgaard has adapted "The Keeper of Lost Causes" by the bestselling Danish crime writer Jussi Adler-Olsen. What did he do to stand out from the crowd and give the film its own style?

Between Heaven and Hell

Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling are back on the red carpet in Cannes, this time with Refn's Danish-produced "Only God Forgives". Taking cues from cinematic Bangkok and Eastern mysticism, his new film explores a man's search for something to believe in. you might even say the director got some supernatural assistance …

A Tale of Two Brothers

The rugged Icelandic landscape frames Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson's tale of two brothers who bond after a watershed event. With support from the DFI Film Workshop, "Whale Valley" could be completed in time for the short film competition at Cannes.

In Love With the Material

Infatuated with Alex van Warmerdam's dark and original universe, Danish producer Tine Mosegaard of Angel Films was compelled to co-produce the director's eighth feature film "Borgman". In return, van Warmerdam was impressed with the Danish actors. Tine Mosegaard talks about her collaboration with Dutch Graniet Films.

Søren Malling - A Late Bloomer

Søren Malling last year celebrated 20 years in the acting business. But he has only really been getting serious attention in the last few years for his roles in the TV series "The Killing" and "Borgen" and films like "A Hijacking". "I simply wasn't good enough," the 49-year-old actor says as the reason for his late breakthrough.

A Strong Thread of Humanism

Søren Kragh-Jacobsen was one of the four Dogme Brothers. While Thomas Vinterberg and Lars von Trier took Cannes by storm in 1998, Kragh-Jacobsen's "Mifune" won the Silver Bear in Berlin and was a big audience hit in Denmark and around the world. Now the director is back with "The Hour of the Lynx", a chamber piece based on a play by the Swedish writer P.O. Enquist.

"We Pushed Ourselves To The Max"

So says Lene Børglum, producer of Nicolas Winding Refn's Danish Cannes competitor "Only God Forgives", a low-budget film with a stylised cinematic vocabulary and a star-studded cast.

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