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D . . . for Design

Denmark (MIFF 1957, Temple, House, Home)

Director: Hans Hasselbach

How Danish furniture is designed, what the artist looks for, the result, and its eventual use.

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ACCUSED

Accused is a dramatic new addition to the school of bold and compelling Danish cinema. At first glance, Henrik, Nina and Stine seem to comprise a perfectly average family. Henrik is a swimming ... More »

The King's Meadow Garden

On the south-western outskirts of wonderful Copenhagen is the King's Meadow Garden—Kongens Enghave —now the city's gigantic rubbish tip. There in a shack for twenty years lives Martin ... More »

The Sun is Red

A film about the environment and pollution, asking among other things, "'. . . Is it enough for me to know that Ihcy are there? Our self-created enemies, whom we do not even know, and who do not hit ... More »

Helgoland

Director/cmematographer Kann Westerlund pays a private and very subjective visit to one of her favourite places the sea-bathing facility at Helgoland. ... More »

CITIES ON SPEED - SHANGHAI SPACE

Shanghai Space ... In a city that grows by half a million people per year, space is a precious commodity. Shanghai's rapid expansion is forcing officials to look at subterranean accommodation as a ... More »

Heavy Heads

A minimalist black comedy about a woman whose only respite from her loneliness and despair is eliciting sexual favours from a housefly. ... D/S Helena Frank P Elisabeth Victoria Poulsen WS The ... More »

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