Louise Friedberg, 2010
In 1952, Danish government officials select 16 Greenlandic children to participate in an experiment. They are removed from their families and accommodated in a children's home in Nuuk. Here, the headmistress is put in charge of turning them into good, Danish citizens in a long-term effort to bring Greenland out of its current state of destitution.
Martin Pieter Zandvliet, 2009
When the critically acclaimed actress Thea Barfoed ends her rehab, she confronts a difficult choice. During her heavy drinking period she was divorced and lost custody of her two boys. She now wants her children to be part of her life again.
Rumle Hammerich, 2009
A thriller set in the upper echelons of the business world. Martin Vinge, a former hardcore reporter, now a successful headhunter with a complicated personal life, lands a confidential assignment to locate a new heir to Denmark's biggest shipping and oil empire. As Martin starts searching for potential candidates, he soon realises that he is becoming entangled in a far-reaching, impenetrable power game for the corporation's future, a brutal ploy that brings excruciating pressure to bear on Martin and the people he loves.
Nils Malmros, 2009
Set in the early 1960s, the story evolves around highschool sweethearts Jonas and Agnete, their friendships and families, trials and tribulations. Jonas fails to give Agnete the kind of attention she craves, and when she decides to start a new romance, he feels for the first time a cold stab of jealousy. Their rocky relationship takes Jonas through the spectrum of emotions that arises with an aching heart.
Albert Mertz, Jørgen Roos, 1942
A little study of film movement and cutting, showing a murderer's escape from the scene of crime - through the streets of the city - through the suburbs - across the fields to the woods where the dark branches of the trees seem to catch hold of him.
Annette K. Olesen, 2008
After yet another mission abroad, the young soldier Lotte returns home, completely disillusioned with life. Lotte's unreliable father offers her a job as a chauffeur for his Nigerian girlfriend, the escort girl Lily. Both Lotte and Lily carry invisible scars and are reluctant at first, but a friendship slowly emerges between the two women, and things take an unexpected turn.
Love & rage
Morten Giese, 2009
Daniel is an extremely talented music student aiming for an international career. He falls in love with Sofie and moves in with her, and for the first time Daniel's life is not all music. They plan to go to New York, but as Daniel's affection grows, so does his feeling of an all-consuming jealousy.
Hush Little Baby
Hella Joof, 2009
A road movie about four girls who drive across Denmark in search of a future. All they really wanted was to pick up some smokes but one thing leads to another and they soon find themselves heading west in a stolen Volvo. For some of the girls there's an old score to settle.
Nicolo Donato, 2010
"Brotherhood" is a story about dangerous love and the search for identity. Following disillusionment with his career, Lars decides to leave the army and is drawn to the Neo-Nazi movement and not least to his peer, Jimmy. The two men become embroiled in a secret love affair, but such forbidden love cannot go unpunished in fascist circles.
Above the street below the water
Charlotte Sieling, 2009
This is the day when the lives of an intertwined group of people take a new direction. Everything they have taken for granted starts to change. While Anne and Ask's relationship succumbs to 'metal fatigue', Charlotte has to realise that her husband Carl may not be right for her.