A Funny Man
Martin Pieter Zandvliet, 2011
Opening in the seductive style of the sixties, »A Funny Man« uncovers the perennial loneliness that comedian Dirch Passer (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) has found himself in after a fast-tracked rise to fame. He struggles between his own desire to gain critical respect and servicing the audience¿s needs. Costing his kindred friendship to on-stage partner Kjeld Petersen (Lars Ranthe) Dirch takes on Steinbeck's classic »Of Mice and Men«, only for the audience to break out in laughter at his first line.
Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis, 2012
"The Hvidsten Group" is the authentic story of the spirit of one family who revolts and insists on individual freedom during World War II. It is the story of how just a few people can make a huge difference - but not without serious consequences.
Kasper Holten, 2011
A story about a man who loved and loathed women, a heartless seducer who took great delight in enticing and abandoning his prey. In his film, an adaptation of W. A.
The 3 rooms of melancholia
Pirjo Honkasalo, 2004
Pirjo Honkasalo¿s documentary film 'The 3 Rooms of Melancholia' depicts the vulnerability of a child¿s mind. The main characters of the film are the 9 to 14-year-old boys at Kronstadt Cadet Academy, a woman called Hadizhat Gataeva who saves children from the ruins of Chechnya, and the children living across the border in the Ingushetia refugee camp. The setting is the everlasting Chechen war.
Ole Christian Madsen, 2011
Anna has moved to Buenos Aires to live out her dream of being a sports agent and ends up falling for Argentina's biggest football star. Instead of mailing the divorce papers, her husband Christian flies out with his teenage son to deliver them in person, all the while secretly hoping to win back his wife and his life.