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981 articles available in total starting from 06/06/2002. Last article published on 06/11/2019.

Review: Uncle

Review: Uncle

Frelle Petersen has crafted a very human slice of rural life in a small and cosy corner of southernmost Denmark  

06/11 | Films | Reviews | Denmark

Bille August to direct psychological drama The Pact

Bille August to direct psychological drama The Pact

The new feature by the Danish filmmaker centres on the secret relationship between Karen Blixen and young poet Thorkild Bjønvig  

31/10 | Production | Funding | Denmark

Review: It Takes a Family

Review: It Takes a Family

Susanne Kovács's debut is an immensely accomplished documentary about her family that brings to light the issue of transfer of war trauma through generations  

31/10 | DOK Leipzig 2019

Lorcan Finnegan  • Director of Vivarium

Interview: Lorcan Finnegan • Director of Vivarium

“There is an element of horror in the everyday”

We talked to Lorcan Finnegan, the Dublin-born director of Vivarium, a brand-new take on the suburban dream  

17/10 | Sitges 2019

Jonas Alexander Arnby  • Director of Suicide Tourist

Interview: Jonas Alexander Arnby • Director of Suicide Tourist

“I wanted to make a film about love”

Cineuropa spoke to Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby during a walk around Copenhagen to discuss the Zurich- and Sitges-screened Suicide Tourist  

08/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: Suicide Tourist

Review: Suicide Tourist

Denmark’s Jonas Alexander Arnby delivers a mystery-drama that’s more drama than mystery, but all class nonetheless  

07/10 | Zurich 2019

Alina Rudnitskaya  • Director of School of Seduction

Interview: Alina Rudnitskaya • Director of School of Seduction

“This story is about me”

Cineuropa talked to Alina Rudnitskaya, the director of School of Seduction, about what it means to be a woman in Putin’s Russia – or maybe all over the world  

07/10 | Zurich 2019

Danish thriller Shorta enters post-production

Danish thriller Shorta enters post-production

Frederik Louis Hviid and Anders Ølholm’s directorial debut is set in a fictive ghetto outside Copenhagen  

03/10 | Production | Funding | Denmark

Review: Giraffe

Review: Giraffe

Anna Sofie Hartmann trains her gaze on a community uprooted by the construction of a tunnel in this phlegmatic and matter-of-fact reflection on the transitory nature of life  

02/10 | San Sebastián 2019 | Zabaltegi-Tabakalera

Daniel Joseph Borgman  • Director of Resin

Interview: Daniel Joseph Borgman • Director of Resin

“Love without the potential for freedom becomes toxic and, ultimately, destructive”

We chatted to New Zealand-born filmmaker Daniel Joseph Borgman about the secluded, broken paradise depicted in his third feature, Resin  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema