In Eva Marie Rødbro’s feature debut I Love You I Miss You I Hope I See You Before I Die, which screened in Danish:Dox, Betty is a mother of two…
Songs of Repression picked up the coveted DOX:AWARD, as winners are announced for the Nordic:Dox, F:act, New:Vision, Next:Wave and newly founded Politiken:Danish:Dox Awards.
Valued at €15,000, the prize is awarded by CPH:FORUM and Eurimages for the best pitch at CPH:FORUM 2020, which this year was conducted in virtual space.
Four days is, CPH:DOX Head of Industry Katrine Kiilgaard is so far delighted following the event’s forced conversion to digital this year.
Edward Snowden skyped into Denmark March 23 to comment on a range of matters, from coronavirus to Tonje Hessen Schei’s iHuman to the dangers of granting news publisher status to the…
iHuman, which was screened and discussed by Edward Snowden at CPH:DOX, offers a sobering assessment of AI and its seemingly inevitable trajectory towards a state of self-sufficiency.
Former CPH:DOX winner Mohammed Ali Naqvi returns to Copenhagen (at least in spirit) with The Accused, a film about the febrile debate raging in Pakistan over its blasphemy laws.
Self Portrait tells the immensely moving story of anorexia sufferer Lene Marie Fossen, whose photographic portraits, of herself and others, are acclaimed as latter day masterpieces.
CPH:FORUM opened 24 March with a debate during which organisers and stakeholders expressed mutual gratitude and offered both support and opinions on the way forward in the wake of coronavirus.
In a new doc directed by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosolowski, a young stage director turns to the Bard to help identify Ukraine’s post-Maidan generation.
Belgian producer Emmy Oost discusses her Forum project about violence as a physical reaction to an inability to express our dissatisfaction.
Going back to basics in order to understand economic mechanisms is a laudable intention, and one that director Carmen Losmann tackles with vigour, humour and a genuine sense of curiosity…
In his Bitter Love Jurek Sladkowski tells us that while the rest of the world takes to the road to deal their problems, Russians take to the river. In this…
Lotta Petronella’s Själö – Island of Souls, world-premiering in NORDIC:DOX seeks to re-interpret the history of a former leper asylum off the Finnish coast, now a centre for scientific research.
In her debut feature documentary Ecstasy Moara Passoni tells the story of her teenage anorexia, her joyous immersion into delirium and the supreme sense of power and control it gave…
David Teboul’s Mon Amour is a paean to both love and grief, one which he journeys to Siberia to try and make sense of the death of his lover Frédéric…
Cemetery, available for viewing on the CPH:DOX public platform, comprises both a lyrical and trippy sojourn to the mythical last resting place of the magnificent jungle beast.
Epicentro won the big doc prize at Sundance and is now in CPH:DOX Main Competition. Producer Martin Marquet spoke to BDE at Sundance.
In Songs of Repression, in CPH:DOX Main Competition, the residents of a notorious German settlement in Chile continue to live with the trauma of the past.
In Jozi Gold (F:ACT Competition), eco campaigner Mariette Liefferink has her sights squarely set on South Africa's gold mining industry.
Three actresses (who can pass as 12-year-olds) take part in an experiment to investigate the level of child abuse carried out online.
Editing consultancy Rough Cut Service, founded by leading Finnish producer Iikka Vehkalahti and the late (and renowned) Dutch editor Menno Boerema, can boast of work on six films selected for…
CPH:DOX Head of Industry Katrine Kiilgaard talks to Business Doc Europe about the festival’s shift to online as a response to local and international concerns over coronavirus.
Danish docfest CPH:DOX has launched its first digital festival following the March 11 announcement to cancel the original event due to concerns over coronavirus.