'Quotas Are For Fish'
04. maj 2010. Winning awards, making headlines, gaining international recognition – Danish women directors are doing exceptionally well right now. But is gender really still an issue?
Tenderness for the Characters
04. maj 2010. Why doesn't Marjorie, Jenny's mother in "An Education", have a sewing machine? And why does Olympia from "Italian for Beginners" drop so many scones? There is always a story behind the story when
The First Time
04. feb 2010. After three films that drew on his own experiences as a refugee in Denmark, Fenar Ahmad thought it was time for something different. Even so, the emerging director's new film – about a 13-year-old
Nuummioq - Portrait of Greenland
02. feb 2010. Film lovers the world over know Greenland as a compelling backdrop of high skies, wildlife and endless snow. But Greenland is much more than just a scenic location. "Nuummioq", the first
Bliv mere synlig i DFI-Bogen
18. nov 2019 | DFI-BOGEN. Vil du være mere synlig på dfibogen.dk og markere dit firma eller produkt endnu stærkere? Så har du mulighed for at købe annoncer på websitet, der med sine 70.000 halvårlige visninger er et oplagt
'I wanted to celebrate a life not having to look like an ordinary life'
16. nov 2019 | INTERVIEW. 'I Love You I Miss You I Hope I See You Before I Die' is Eva Marie Rødbro's first feature documentary, a harsh and dreamy story about Betty and her family living on the fringes of American society.
Jørgen Leth leads Danish line-up at IDFA
15. nov 2019 | IDFA 2019. Jørgen Leth's intimate self-portrait 'I Walk' is world-premiering in the Competition for Feature-Length Documentary, while the Danish filmmaker will be honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award.