Danish films and filmmakers at IDFA 2018

Find a quick guide to the Danish films, co-productions and film people at IDFA 2018, running 14-25 November.

IDFA Competition for Kids & Docs

Children's competition

 

Fantasy, Fantasy by Kaspar Astrup Schröder
Produced by Sara Stockmann for Sonntag Pictures
International premiere
IDFA page and screening times
 

 

My Faith: Jehova’s Witness by Cathrine Marchen Asmussen
Produced by Lise Saxtrup for Klassefilm
World premiere
IDFA page and screening times


Best of Fests

Festival favourites

 

Heartbound by Janus Metz and Sine Plambech
Produced by Lise Lense-Møller for Magic Hour Films
Dutch premiere
IDFA page and screening times


Luminous

Individual stories reflecting universal truths

 

The Two of Us by Emil Næsby Hansen
Produced by Emil Kramhøft Dinsen for Wergeland Film
International premiere
IDFA page and screening times


IDFA DocLab Competition for Digital Storytelling

Interactive stories for digital screens

 

This Room by Pejk Malinovski
Produced by Pejk Malinovski
Co-p​​​​​​roduced by Khora Contemporary, KØS – Museum of Art in Public Spaces


Danish co-productions

International films made with Danish partners

Angels Are Made of Light by James Longley (Best of Fests)
American-Danish-Norwegian
Co-produced by Final Cut for Real

Aquarela by Victor Kossakovsky (Masters)
English-German-Danish
Co-produced by Danish Documentary Production

The Raft by Marcus Lindeen (Best of Fests)
Swedish-Danish-German-American
Co-produced by Bullitt Film

What Walaa Wants by Christy Garland (Best of Fests)
Canadian-Danish
Co-produced by Final Cut for Real


More from Denmark

Mads Damsboe, of the creative studio Makropol in Copenhagen, is a member of the Jury for the IDFA DocLab Competition for Immersive Non-Fiction. Read more at idfa.nl.

Danish films at IDFA 2018

Find the full coverage of Danish films and filmmakers at IDFA 2018 on our festival website.