Danish films in Berlin 2014

BERLIN. From the very first look at the long version of "Nymphomaniac" (Vol. 1) and a 3D documentary project, to films for the young audiences ... Find the concise guide to Danish films at the Berlinale which even includes a classic from 1916.

While the four-hour version of "Nymphomaniac" opened in Denmark before Christmas, the Berlinale is host to the premiere of the first volume of the long version of Lars von Trier's erotic epic. 

This first part of the five-and-a-half-hour version is on show Sunday at a gala screening, while the press screening is set for Sunday at noon.

Find more details and background stories about Danish films and filmmakers in Berlin here:

Find your copy

FILM Berlin Issue (print) – available online and at the Scandinavian stand at the EFM in Berlin
FILM Digital Berlin Issue – featuring a selection of articles from the print magazine, also highlighted below, plus screening times, a catalogue and an overview of Danes in Berlin

Danish Films in Berlin 2014

Official Programme / Out of Competition

"Nymphomaniac" Vol. 1 Long Version / dir. Lars von Trier / Zentropa

Lars von Trier and Cultural Liberalism
Mornings with von Trier
Factsheet four-hour version

Berlinale Special Gala

"Someone You Love" / dir. Pernille Fischer Christensen / Zentropa

My Films Grow Out of my Characters
Factsheet with press material

Generation Kplus

"The Contest" / dir. Martin Miehe-Renard / ASA Film Production

Different But Best Friends
Factsheet with press material

Generation 14plus

"Son" / dir. Kristoffer Kiørboe / Frame By Frame

Of Puppies and Men
Factsheet with press material

Berlinale Special

"Cathedrals of Culture – Halden Prison" / dir. Michael Madsen / Final Cut for Real

The Soul of Architecture

Shooting Star

Actress Danica Curcic / "The Bridge 2", "Those Who Kill", "On the Edge", "The Absent One"

No Ordinary Dane
Agent Lindberg Management

Cinema for Peace Justice Award – Nomination

"Ai Weiwei The Fake Case" / dir. Andreas Johnsen / Danish Documentary Production, Rosforth Films

An Inside View

Retrospective "Aesthetics of Shadow"

"Blind Justice" (Danish "Hævnens nat") / 1916 / dir. Benjamin Christensen

Danish Film History 1910-20
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