Danish films in London

FESTIVAL. Six films are invited to the London Film Festival in October, continuing the past years' strong representation of Danish titles at the festival. Read interviews with all directors –including Mikkel Munch-Fals who's ready with his first feature film "Nothing's All Bad".

Themes of brotherhood, family ties, war and loneliness are in play in the Danish films invited to the London Film Festival, screening more than 300 films from around the world from 13 to 28 October.

Read interviews and background articles on all films, published in recent issues of the Danish Film Institute's international festival magazine FILM#, see factsheets and stills and browse through our vast resource of information on Danish films.

Feature films

"Armadillo" (Janus Metz)
Between Heroes and Killers

"A Family" (Pernille Fischer Christensen)
Family Entanglements

"Nothing's All Bad" (Mikkel Munch-Fals, feature film debut)
Finding Love in Unlikely Places

"Submarino" (Thomas Vinterberg)
Essential Bonds

"Super Brother" (Birger Larsen, children)
Potential is What Counts

Short film

"Whistleless" (Siri Melchior, children's animation)
Music from the Soul

BFI London Film Festival 13-28 October 2010