DFI Filmhouse in March

If you're planning a trip to Copenhagen in March, you might consider a visit to the DFI Filmhouse to cruise through the shelves at the film and bookshop, take a break at the café SULT – before you settle down for a film or two in one of the Cinematheque's three cinemas. The March programme pays tribute to Kurosawa, Kate Winslet, Eric Rohmer and the immortal city of Rome.

Every month, the DFI Cinematheque presents a full programme of classical and comtemporary films. March brings you more than 70 films, among which 29 titles or so are either with English dialogue or English subtitles. Follow the links to see full film lists and to order tickets (texts in Danish only).

Kate Winslet

She is feisty and sensual, ruthless and vulnerable – the revolutionary angel in British cinema. From "Heavenly Creatures" to "Revolutionary Road".
Nine films, all English dialogue 



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Danish Film Institute
Gothersgade 55
1123 Copenhagen K

Tuesday-Friday 9:30–22:00
Saturday–Sunday: 12–22:00
Monday closed


The Filmhouse is located in central Copenhagen at Gothersgade 55, opposite the Kings Garden and Rosenborg Castle.

The Bus line 350S stops almost at the main entrance to the Filmhouse. The stop at Kronprinsessegade is closest.

The Filmhouse in an 8-10 minute walk from City Hall, and Nørreport Station,centre for trains, the Metro, and buses.

Akira Kurosawa 100 years

Akira Kurosawa would have turned 100 on 23 March. We celebrate the great Japanese director with a pick of twelve films, including Adam Low's 2001 documentary on Kurosawa.
Twelve films, three with English subtitles "Kurosawa", "Stray Dog", "The Bad Sleep Well"

Produced by Roger Corman

The man who gave Scorsese and Coppola their first break finally got his honorary Oscar in 2009. See films by the later so celebrated filmmakers who were mentored early on by producer Roger Corman.
Eight films, all English dialogue

All roads lead to Rome

The Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, Forum Romanum. The Cinematheque celabrates the immortal city with twelve classic films.
Twelve films, four with English dialogue "The Belly of an Architect", "Roman Holiday", "Ben-Hur", "Portrait of a Lady" and one with English subtitles "Bellissima"

German film evening

Christian Petzold's thriller "Jerichow" is the first film in the Cinematheque's new initiative presenting a German film every month. 
One film, English subtitles

Film of the month: Once upon a Time in the West

The story, the casting, the visual style, the score – all blends to a perfect whole in Sergio Leone's legendary spaghetti western which returns to the silver screen in a freshly restored version.
One film, English dialogue 

European film school films

Thursday 11 March at 18.30, the Cinematheque presents two films related to the film schools in Baden-Württemberg and Paris, respectively.
One event with two films, English subtitles

Danish Films / English subtitles

Danish auteur Niels Malmros is director of this month's Danish film with English subtitles, "Aching Hearts", about young adolescents in the early 1960s. The film is shot over a period of three years, taking into account the physical development of the young actors.
One film, English subtitles

Other series and events in March:

New Danish Screen, SneakBar with young talents, Eric Rohmer 1920-2010, Thomas Vinterberg's "Submarino", Eksperimental, Sunday Matinée with Mark Dornford-May's "Carmen", "Amélie", silent movies with live music, Friday Late Night with Scott Walker and film series for children.