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CPH:DOX 2020


12 articles available in total starting from 12/03/2020. Last article published on 01/04/2020.

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The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

We present an overview of the film events that have been cancelled or postponed owing to the measures adopted by various European governments to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic  

01/04 | Europe

Review: We Hold the Line

Review: We Hold the Line

German director Marc Wiese's thriller-like documentary follows an independent journalist who is under attack by Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte's dictatorship  

31/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Frederik Sølberg and Sara Stockmann  • Director and producer of Hana Korea

Interview: Frederik Sølberg and Sara Stockmann • Director and producer of Hana Korea

“Our focus is on the person landing on the moon”

Cineuropa caught up with Frederik Sølberg and Sara Stockmann, the duo behind Hana Korea, winner of the Eurimages Co-production Development Award at CPH:DOX  

30/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Review: Being Eriko

Review: Being Eriko

Japanese pianist Eriko Makimura looks for meaning away from the keyboard in Jannik Splidsboel’s overly one-sided portrait  

30/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Review: Sisters with Transistors

Review: Sisters with Transistors

It’s synthesiser galore in Lisa Rovner’s proper hit of a documentary, awarded a NEXT:WAVE Special Mention at CPH:DOX  

30/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Review: Songs of Repression

Review: Songs of Repression

The winner of the DOX:Award, helmed by Estephan Wagner and Marianne Hougen-Moraga, is a rare example of a sober, considerate and nuanced treatment of a potentially incendiary subject  

30/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Songs of Repression triumphs at CPH:DOX

Songs of Repression triumphs at CPH:DOX

The Danish film has won the main prize at the online edition of Scandinavia's top documentary festival; other winners include We Hold the Line, Being Eriko, South, Mother’s Tongue and Mayor  

30/03 | CPH:DOX 2020 | Awards

Review: Bitter Love

Review: Bitter Love

And the ship sails on in Jerzy Sladkowski’s disarming film, even without Fellini’s rhinoceros  

26/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Despite the lockdown, it’s “business as unusual” at CPH:FORUM

Despite the lockdown, it’s “business as unusual” at CPH:FORUM

The industry part of CPH:DOX opened with an online discussion providing an overview of COVID-19’s impact on the documentary film industry  

25/03 | CPH:DOX 2020 | CPH:FORUM

Review: Long Live Love

Review: Long Live Love

Part cancer drama, part Gilmore Girls, Sine Skibsholt’s tender Danish documentary shows affection with an attitude  

23/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

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