Six Danish films at Hot Docs

FESTIVAL. Nyon winner "Into Eternity" is one of the six documentaries invited to one of the world's most important documentary festivals taking place 29 April - 9 May.

Four Danish films are selected for the competition programme. Michael Madsen's philosophical take on the nuclear waste problem, "Into Eternity", is on the slate alongside Saskia Bisp's "Nobody Passes Perfectly", Boris Bertram's "Tankograd" and Kaspar Astrup Schröder's "The Ivention of Dr. Nakamats".

"Complaints Choir" by Ada Bligaard Sørensen is showcasing in the programme for experimental films, and Sami Saif and Phie Ambo's 2001 IDFA winner "Family" is one of the ten must-sees in the Ripping Reality programme.

Festival manager of the Danish documentary festival CPH:DOX, Tine Fischer, is member of the jury for the international competition.