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1285 articles available in total starting from 06/06/2002. Last article published on 26/05/2022.

Review: The Killing of a Journalist

Review: The Killing of a Journalist

Matt Sarnecki's investigative documentary about the 2018 murder of journalist Ján Kuciak explores the effects of corruption in Slovakia, holding a mirror up to many self-proclaimed democracies  

11/05 | Hot Docs 2022

TrustNordisk boasts an ambitious line-up for this year’s Marché du Film

TrustNordisk boasts an ambitious line-up for this year’s Marché du Film

The Danish sales agent is bringing a total of 16 new titles to the Croisette, including three drama series and 13 features  

10/05 | Cannes 2022 | Marché du Film

Vahagn Khachatryan and Aren Malakyan • Directors of 5 Dreamers and a Horse

Interview: Vahagn Khachatryan and Aren Malakyan • Directors of 5 Dreamers and a Horse

“We decided to film three generations in order to come up with a portrait of this entire society”

The filmmakers talk about some of the ideas behind their movie, their relationship with the characters and the images of Armenian society that lurk behind their portraits  

03/05 | goEast 2022

The UK's BritBox set to launch in Scandinavia on 28 April

The UK's BritBox set to launch in Scandinavia on 28 April

The streaming service’s rich slate of audiovisual productions will include Britbox Originals, exclusive new series and TV classics  

25/04 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Sweden/Norway/Finland/Denmark/UK

Documentary The Killing of a Journalist to premiere at Hot Docs

Documentary The Killing of a Journalist to premiere at Hot Docs

Matt Sarnecki pays tribute to slain Slovak investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, while simultaneously following a story about rampant corruption  

25/04 | Production | Funding | USA/Denmark/Czech Republic

Dušan Milić • Director of Darkling

Interview: Dušan Milić • Director of Darkling

“Many conflicts still haven’t been resolved, there’s an ongoing sense of danger”

The Serbian director chatted with us about his thriller set in post-war Kosovo  

21/04 | /Serbia/Italy/Bulgaria/Denmark/Greece

Series review: The Dreamer – Becoming Karen Blixen

Series review: The Dreamer – Becoming Karen Blixen

Set in the 1930s, the first two episodes of the new Viaplay show skilfully depict the Danish writer’s inner turmoil after returning home from Kenya  

07/04 | Canneseries 2022

REPORT: CPH:DOX Forum 2022

REPORT: CPH:DOX Forum 2022

We profile ten outstanding projects presented at last week's CPH:DOX Forum and Works in Progress  

05/04 | CPH:DOX 2022 | CPH:DOX Industry

Nataša Urban's The Eclipse triumphs at CPH:DOX

Nataša Urban's The Eclipse triumphs at CPH:DOX

Lena Karbe's Black Mambas won the FACT:AWARD, Ivalo Frank's The Last Human got the NORDIC:DOX Award, Lea Najjar's Kash Kash - Without Feathers We Can't Live bagged the NEW:VISION Award  

04/04 | CPH:DOX 2022 | Awards

The Last Nomads wins at CPH:FORUM

The Last Nomads wins at CPH:FORUM

The project by Biljana Tutorov and Petar Glomazić has received the Eurimages Co-production Development Award in Copenhagen  

01/04 | CPH:DOX 2022 | CPH:DOX Industry

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