At the Movies

The Cinematheque 

in the heart of Copenhagen is a movie house offering rich programmes of more than 60 films every month, many of which are in English or with English subtitles.

Other movie theatres worth going to:

 Grand Teatret

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
starring the handsome Idris Elba 23. Jan.

Vester Vov Vov

A Late Quartet



 

 Gloria Biograf

Fruitvale Station

 

 

MUSIC

 

 

JAZZHUS MONTMARTRE

JAZZHOUSE

VEGA VIDEOBLOG

KONCERTHUSET

THE ROYAL DANISH THEATRE

photo Costin Radu/ The Royal Theatre Looking for a carreer in music?
Rhythmic Music Conservatory

 

DANISH CATS

BO STIEF

MADS VINDING

N.H.Ø.P.

JESPER THILO

JESPER LUNDGAARD

ALEX RIEL

NIELS LAN DOKI

CHRIS MINH DOKI
'Scenes From a Dream'

photo Jesper Skouboelling

LENNART GINMAN

photo Christian Hjort

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Sunday
Jan292012

Sundance Film Festival

. . .honours two Danish films this year:

The World Cinema Directing Award:

Director Mads Matthiesen - photo Theodor Synnestvedt Teddy Bear / Denmark Director: Mads Matthiesen.
Dennis, a painfully shy 38-year-old bodybuilder who lives with his mother, sets off to Thailand in search of love. Cast: Kim Kold, Elsebeth Steentoft, Lamaiporn Sangmanee Hougaard, David Winters, Allan Mogensen.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Director Lise Birk Pedersen photo DFI pressThe World Cinema Cinematography Award:

Putin's Kiss / Denmark Director: Lise Birk Pedersen
19-year-old Marsha is a model spokesperson in a strongly nationalistic Russian youth movement that aims to protect the country from its enemies. When she starts recognizing the organization’s flaws, she must take a stand for or against it.

Putin's Kiss photo Lars Skree

Sundance Film Festival


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