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INTERVIEW. What creates our identity? Sine Skibsholt looks at that question in her documentary "Who We Were", closely following a married couple, Mette Line and Kristian, as they go through a major crisis after Kristian's near-fatal stroke.
INTERVIEW. The essence is right there on the surface of Sebastian Cordes's "A Place Called Lloyd," an unconventionally told, meditative documentary celebrating community and professional pride.
INTERVIEW. Euphoria quickly turned to tragedy for Syrian radio host Obaidah Zytoon, who started filming the Syrian uprising in 2011 and continued during the personal journey she and her friends made through the war-torn country. "The War Show" co-director Andreas Dalsgaard talks about the work involved in turning their story into a film.
INTERVIEW. What started as screen tests for a narrative film about female desire ended up as the essence of Lea Glob and Mette Carla Albrechtsen's "Venus," a documentary on young female sexuality today, braided together from touching, intimately personal statements by the women themselves.
BACKGROUND. Danish documentary filmmakers have greatly expanded their networks in recent years. International partners especially appreciate the Danish knack for making audiences think for themselves. Here's an outline of current co-production trends.
INTERVIEW. An Afghan girl, Rokhsar, and her family have been waiting for years to have their fates decided by the Danish asylum authorities. Emil Langballe's documentary "The Wait" looks at people trapped in an alienating system.
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