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

"Dans La Maison"
French thriller starring Kristin Scott Thomas

Vester Vov Vov

"The Selfish Giant"
British Drama by Clio Barnard



 

 Gloria Biograf

"Only Lovers Left Alive"
By Jim Jarmusch

 

 

MUSIC

 

 

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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