Cannes is in truth a time of celebration, commerce and competition. Though, while no real blood is shed in the battle of the Croisette, more serious business may be at stake on screen.
This issue of FILM#Special introduces the three Danish Cannes participants. Their many differences untold, war in some way plays a part in their narratives – as deadly reality, dramatic motor or historical backdrop. See you in Cannes, and we hope you enjoy our web magazine with images, trailers and not too many words.
Danish films in Cannes
Armadillo by Janus Metz (Critics' Week)
Everything Will Be Fine by Christoffer Boe (Directors' Fortnight)
Berik by Daniel Joseph Borgman (Critics' Week)