Monday 13th, Copenhagen 10° / 6° 🌧️
Over the next weeks, thousands of film professionals flock to Copenhagen to participate in CPH:DOX. With courage, dedication, and artistic ambitions, CPH:DOX has expanded the notion of documentary cinema and claimed a spot as one of the world’s leading film festivals. We recommend you to get lost in the program: it is truly a field of wildflowers with more than two hundred films, talks and exhibitions and more.
Søren, Mads & Kristoffer
* RECOMMENDATIONS *
Ali Abbasi introduces Carl Th. Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc at Cinemateket, submitted by Astrid
New Avenues to Welfare at Det Kongelige Akademi Festsalen, submitted by Christine
Talk: On the Nigerian election at Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab, submitted by Søren
CPH:DOX Podcast launch: Doctor No at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, submitted by Kristoffer
CPH:DOX 20 Days in Mariupol at Bremen Teater, submitted by Emma Louise
Exhibition: Landscape and Remembrance (keep an eye on their Insta for more info) at Bladr, submitted by Magnus
Opening: Coline Marotta – Night Emails to Friends at Brigade Gallery, submitted by Monique
CPH:DOX SMK Fridays: Films, music, poetry and drinks at Statens Museum for Kunst, submitted by Astrid
Concert with three different acts in a cozy setting at Vesterbro, submitted by Karma
CPH:DOX The Rehearsal: A Conversation with Nathan Fielder at Bremen Teater, submitted by Søren
Ubeskrevet: A new literature festival at Thiemers Magasin, submitted by Christine
CPH:DOX Miúcha, The Voice of Bossa Nova at Villa Kultur, submitted by Henrik
Bake Sale at Folkets Hust, submitted by Ana
CPH:DOX Hivemind – a game by world building pioneers at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, submitted by Kristoffer
Amager Lights Out Critérium at Pinsenskoven, submitted by Magnus
CPH:DOX A Storm Foretold at Grand Teatret, submitted by Søren
* CLASSIFIEDS *
Marking the 20th anniversary of CPH:DOX, the 2023 edition offers an outstanding programme of 200 films by both established and emerging filmmakers as well as talks, debates, performances, exhibitions, parties and much more. It’s all happening from 15-26 March 2023 at venues in Copenhagen. In addition, a selection of the official 2023 programme will be available from March 24 – April 2 at the festival’s streaming platform PARA:DOX (geo-blocked to Denmark). Buy your festival tickets at cphdox.dk.
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See you next Monday.