Denmark Tag Archive

David Zinck Thrillingly Explores the Contradictory Nature of Sibling Relationships in ‘Sisterly Love’

Live Action

28th June, 2021

David Zinck discusses the gripping hand-held cinematography, powerful natural performances and fresh take on youth gangs of sibling drama 'Sisterly Love'.

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A Teenage Contest of Bravado Goes Too Far in Casper Balslev’s Horror Short ‘I Dare You’

Live Action

22nd November, 2019

Director Casper Balsev reveals the reason why Tom and Jerry were a key influence in creating a lightning-fast pace for his new horror short 'I Dare You’.

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Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen Recounts a Determined Journey of Perseverance in Migrant Period Drama ‘Part of Society’

Live Action, Premiere

2nd October, 2019

Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen tells DN how he collaborated with Mino Denmark to raise awareness of Denmark's ethnic migrants in period drama 'Part of Society'.

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Isabel Morales Bondy Documents an Intimate Meeting Between Two Deafblind Women in ‘A Woman like Me’


23rd September, 2019

Isabel Morales Bondy tells DN how she got up-close & personal, documenting the intimate & profound meeting between 2 deafblind women in 'A Woman Like Me'.

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A Family Recall the Uncanny Tale of a Mother and the Ghost of Her Son in Christian Einshøj’s ‘Haunted’

Documentary, Premiere

16th September, 2019

Christian Einshøj tells DN how he extensively edited his short documentary 'Haunted' to most truthfully tell the story of his family's greatest loss.

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A Boy’s Disturbing Imagination Is Unleashed on the World in Johan Stahl’s Dark Trailer ‘Play: The Power of Ideas’

Film Festival, Live Action

29th April, 2019

Johan Stahl talks to DN about unleashing a young boy's disturbing imagination on the world in Newport Beach Film Fest trailer 'Play: The Power of Ideas'.

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A Fallen Man Heads Home on a Wave of Destruction in Casper Balslev’s Danish Western ‘End of the Rainbow’

Live Action

11th April, 2019

DN speaks to dir. Casper Balslev about setting his bleak fallen man thriller 'End of the Rainbow' in northern Denmark's hauntingly desolate landscapes.

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The Animation Workshop: Film Round-up 2019


28th February, 2019

The latest batch of Animation Workshop grad films are now all available to watch online - feat. an eclectic mix of styles and subjects, watch all 6 here.

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Animation, Asides

8th November, 2018

Stunning animation and powerful storytelling come together seamlessly in Philip Louis Piaget Rodriguez’s The Animation Workshop grad short 'Reverie'.

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Beyond Borders

Art & Fashion, Asides

28th May, 2018

Stefan Pflug & Nicklas Hemming’s 'Beyond Borders' celebrates 4 Denmark artists who create work which exceeds the traditional limitations of geography.

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Asides, Live Action

2nd March, 2018

Martin de Thurah’s trailer for Far Cry 5 prelude short 'Inside Eden’s Gate' provides a compelling glimpse into a rural America ruled by a violent cult.

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DN355: A Prima Ballerina Fights for Relevance & Perfection in Birgitte Stærmose’s Psycho Thriller ‘Darling’

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

9th November, 2017

Denmark's Birgitte Stærmose discusses 'Darling', her intense story of pain and perfection which unfolds in the demanding world of professional ballet.

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