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Everyday Islam

Børge Høst, Denmark, 1989

38 min.DK/Documentary

Islam leaves its mark on everyday life in many places of the world, but the influence of the religion is different from place to place. The film is exclusively shot in Turkey and is meant as one example of this life style.
Basic information Credits Festivals & awards Materials
Original title Islam til daglig
Danish title Islam til daglig
Keywords Gender roles, Muslims, Islam, Koran, The, Circumcision, Family life, Turkey, 1980-1989
Director Børge Høst
Screenplay Børge Høst
Director of Photography Bodil Trier
Sound Mustafa Ari, Leif Jensen
Production country Denmark
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral
Technical info 16 mm, 1,37:1 Academy, color, Sound
Danish theatrical release 04.11.1989
Cinemas Dagmar
Danish rating Allowed for all

Companies

Commissioned by Statens Filmcentral, Landscentralen for Undervisningsmidler
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral

Direction

Direction Børge Høst

Script

Script Børge Høst

Production

Executive producer Børge Høst

Cinematography

Cinematography Bodil Trier

Electrical dept.

Electrical dept. Michael Sørensen

Sound

Sound Mustafa Ari
Sound Leif Jensen

Voiceover

Voiceover Børge Høst
Voiceover Annegrethe Nissen

Det Danske Filminstitut registrerer international festivaldeltagelse og priser til danske film, dog primært de titler, som Filminstituttet varetager i sin festivaldistribution, og primært i forbindelse med de festivaler, som Filminstituttet har prioriteret at samarbejde med. Registreringen af festivaldeltagelse og priser til danske film, der ikke er i festivaldistribution, foretages kun for "launch"-festivaler ifølge Filminstituttets prioriterede festivalliste. Se listen over prioriterede festivaler.

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