Focus: talent development
Low budgets foster artistic courage
What are the results of the DFI’s recent low-budget film efforts? We asked New Danish Screen artistic director Mette Damgaard-Sørensen and four filmmakers.
Playing with audiences' imagination
Gustav Möller's debut feature 'The Guilty' takes audiences on a tense journey without physically leaving one location. Interview with director and producer on working creatively with boundaries.
New Danish feature films
That Time of Year
Paprika Steen, 2018
This year at Katrine and Mads' house the family will once again be united for Christmas Eve, and on a traditional holiday like this, there has to be room for everyone: the divorced parents, the youngest sister and her new husband and not least the teenage daughter of the family, struggling to get her mother's attention.
New Danish documentaries
Danish Children’s films in competition at IDFA
19. oct 2018 | IDFA 2018. Cathrine Marchen Asmussen looks at children and religion in 'My Faith: Jehovah’s Witness', while Kaspar Astrup Schröder documents the day-to-day life of two twin girls with autism in 'Fantasy,
Heartbound is one of IDFAs fest hits
09. oct 2018 | IDFA 2018. After a prominent world premiere in Toronto and a top prize in Zurich, Janus Metz and Sine Plambech's 'Heartbound' is now taking a first step towards the IDFA docfest in Amsterdam. The film about