FILM#68 online

Thomas Vinterberg (Festen) is back. So too is Pernille Fischer Christensen (A Soap). Their latest films Submarino and A Family are selected for the Berlinale Competition. Read about these films and five others selected for the Berlinale in FILM#68.

In this latest issue of the DFI magazine, Thomas Vinterberg talks about his return to realism and Berlinale Silver Bear winner Pernille Fischer Christensen about the actual process of making her latest film. Both films are selected for the Berlinale Competition.

Birger Larsen, who is returning to Berlinale Generation for a second time, tells us about his feature film "Super Brother" which speaks out loud for the potential inherent in every human being. FILM#68 also brings interviews with the four directors of the short films selected for Generation, films about adolescent loneliness, 'the first time,' and youth devoid of security and love. 



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Danish Films Berlinale 2010


FILM#68 also includes interviews with debuting directors, Michael Noer and Tobias Lindholm's ("R") and Louise N.D. Friedberg ("The Experiment"), three 'filmmakers to watch'. And last but not least FILM talks to Camera d'Or winning director Christoffer Boe who takes political thrillers and all their paranoid trappings for a spin in his latest film "Everything Will Be Fine".

Catalogue””upcoming films in reverse section

Keep updated on Danish films soon to be released, on who is making what, and check out the range in repertoire of the 33 feature films with scheduled releases for 2010-2011, as well as the theatrical releases of the second half-year 2009. The catalogue also showcases some 25 Danish short and documentary films, some very fresh, others currently sceening at international festivals.