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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 »

Her World

Every working wife has, really, two jobs, and when she has small children as well, her day is more than full Her World observes such a young wife with two small children at work, at home, and her ... More »

The Feelings are the Same

The creators of the film declare, “A film about emotional relations and about the commonly human. Wish for contact may arise between people of different sex and of the same sex. The film tries to ... More »

THE HUNT

“Vinterberg really has come storming back with this new movie… a reminder of his superb gift for unsettling collective drama.” - The Guardian ... Fourteen years ago Thomas Vinterberg ... More »

Blink and Waves

An abstract symphony of light, music, and movement. ... More »

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