"I had the feeling there was another film to be made," Joshua Oppenheimer explains to Nick Bradshaw about the making of "The Look of Silence," ready to premiere at the Venice and Toronto film festivals.
Oppenheimer's companion piece to his groundbreaking "The Act of Killing" tells the "other side" of the story of the 1965-66 Indonesian genocide. This time, the victims get to speak.
The director talks about how he found the narrative to fit this perspective in the Danish Film Institute's latest digital edition of FILM, featuring interviews, background and all the basics on Danish films coming up.
Learn about the enormous task of editing Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac," get a personal take on the themes in Ole Christian Madsen's "Itsi Bitsi," and discover what makes Susanne Bier and Bille August tick. Find this and much more in our latest edition, which also includes a catalogue section and film screening times for the Danish titles at Venice, Toronto and San Sebastian film festivals.
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