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Enter cut.crap at Aarhus Fest | Denmark

Venue: Aarhus, Denmark

Date: November 12, 2013 - November 17, 2013

Enter cut.crap at Aarhus Fest | Denmark

Enter a [cut] film art that alters perspectives, questions established norms and gives you a break to wonder and laugh, and to get away from the constant daily overdose of crappy ­images and non-news! AARHUS FILMFESTIVAL, an international film festival presenting short and documentary films to audiences in Aarhus and the region of Jutland, Denmark will […]  More

Posted: October 28, 2013
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Crossing Borders – The Eurasia-Pacific Documentary Training

Crossing Borders – The Eurasia-Pacific Documentary Training is an international training programme launched in 2010 by Documentary Campusand European Documentary Network (EDN). It brings together filmmakers and documentary experts from both Europe and Asia, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders, and have the ambition to enter each other’s markets […]  More

Posted: April 3, 2013
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Nordic Films in London!

Venue: Riverside Studios I Cine lumiere I Prince Charles Cinema

Date: November 30, 2012 - December 5, 2012

Nordic Films in London!

The 1st Nordic Film Festival will take place in London from 30th November to 5th December, 2012. Nordic Film Festival brings together a broad mix of independent films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, celebrating the best in Nordic film making past and present. Nordic cinema is thriving, with its vibrant independent film making scene […]  More

Posted: November 19, 2012
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100 years of cinema exhibition in Denmark – a historical profile

“On June 7 1896 cinematographic pictures were shown for the first time in Denmark.” By Jens Rykaer The author is President of the Film Industry’s Innovative Committee / Joint Association of Danish Cinemas (FSI/DBF). Bibliography Biografteater-foreningerne 1910-1960 B. Jensen, Da Århus var Hollywood, 1969 Dansk Film, Sophienholm 1981 M. Engberg, Dansk Stummfilm I og II, […]  More

Posted: June 13, 2011
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Bald Film

Bald Film focus on film for TV and the big screen – Non-mainstream commercials, directed by young experienced filmmakers incorporating storytelling techniques. It has extensive networks through out Scandinavia along with co-production experience in the region.  More

Posted: June 13, 2011
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Www.Music4Film.Dk

Film composer – Martin Fabricius Music services:  – Music consulting, laying out budgets, selecting source music, assisting in the overall production  – Midi production and sound design  – Music editing, creating temp tracks, cue sheets and click tracks  – Music copying and part extracting in Finale  More

Posted: June 13, 2011
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A.Film Production

Founded in 1988, A. Film is affiliated with A. Film L.A. (USA), A. Film Estonia and Friendly Fritz (Germany). This A. Film group of companies produces classical hand-drawn and CGI animation for feature films, TV series,  shorts, educationals, commercials, and games for the international market. A. Film has produced a variety of well-known feature films […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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The Animation Workshop

Since 2007, The Animation Workshop has been organized as Centre for Animation, providing knowledge and competency development for the Danish animation industry through activities and development project in the 7 departments: Bachelor of Arts Department, Professional Training, Open Workshop, The Drawing Academy, Centre for Education and Animation, The Incubation House and Animation Hub. The Animation […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Den Danske Filmskole (The National Film School Of Denmark)

The National Film School of Denmark is a state school, financially supported by the Danish Ministry of Cultural Affairs. The school was founded in 1966 by Theodor Christensen and is situated on the small island of Frederiksholm in the harbour of Copenhagen. There are four study programmes available: film, TV, scriptwriting and animation directing. The […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Det Danske Filminstitut (Danish Film Institute)

The Danish Film Institute is responsible for implementing public policy regarding Danish films and cinema culture. DFI operations extend from participation in the development and production of feature films, short and documentary films, over distribution and marketing, to managing the national film archive and the cinematheque. The DFI support system embraces all genres, on all platforms […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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The Danish Actors Association

The Danish Actors Association is the trade union that organises: Actors, opera singers, dancers and choreographers.  It was founded in 1904 as one of the first trade union for professional actors in the world. As a trade union it is the mission of the Danish Actors Association to look after its members’ interests in a […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Kulturministeriet (The Danish Ministry Of Culture)

With the adoption of the 1972 Film Act, the old film fund was abolished and replaced by the State-administered Danish Film Institute. At the same time, the cinema licensing system was done away with and film now came within the province of the Finance Act (Budget). Today, the Ministry of Culture is responsible for the […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Filmkontakt Nord

Filmkontakt Nord (FkN) was established 1991 by the independent Nordic short & documentary film community. It is dedicated to the promotion of Nordic short films and documentaries internationally, strengthening the Nordic-international professional network in order to market and support the Nordic short and documentary sector. In cooperation with the five host cities Reykjavík, Bergen, Oulu, […]  More

Posted: May 5, 2011
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Association Of Danish Film Directors

The Association of Danish Film Directors was founded in 1956. The association handles Danish film directors’ rights and negotiates agreements for more than 370 members. It started out as an interest group with the aim to take part in the public debate about film policy issues. In 1990 the general assembly decided that the association […]  More

Posted: May 5, 2011
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Zentropa

Zentropa was founded in 1992 as a result of the co-operation between director Lars von Trier and producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen on the feature film “Europa” (“Zentropa”). They share an equal ownership of 25% of the company. Another 25 % is owned by employees and others closely associated with the company. The last 50 % […]  More

Posted: May 5, 2011
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TrustNordisk

TrustNordisk markets and sells feature films and TV-series worldwide.  The company is the result of a merger between Nordisk Film International Sales and Trust Film Sales in 2008. It represents one of the largest film catalogues in Europe – a feature film catalogue of more than 600 films from highly acclaimed directors such as Lars […]  More

Posted: May 5, 2011
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Nimbus Film Aps

Nimbus Film was established in 1993 by producers Birgitte Hald and Bo Ehrhardt, both graduated from The National Film School of Denmark with directors as Ole Christian Madsen, Thomas Vinterberg and Per Fly. Its goal is to create good, original stories with a universal appeal. Nimbus has its home in the center of Copenhagen – […]  More

Posted: May 4, 2011
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Ja Film

Ja Film specializes in animation, visual effects, conceptualization and motion graphics. The company produces everything from commercials and music videos to fiction, web content and documentaries. The company has evolved from being exclusively an animation studio into a full-fledged production company.  Artistic fiction is produced alongside commercial workload. The company’s animated thriller Down The Road […]  More

Posted: May 4, 2011
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Filmby Århus

Filmby Aarhus is the center of film and media production in Jutland. The center’s goal is to further advance the development of future media jobs and highlighting the cultural forces through film and media production. It is located at Aarhus Harbour and the building houses two professional and top modern film studios, with associated production […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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Angel Films A/S

Angel Films A/S was founded in 1988 as an arthouse film company with the aim to produce and import movies to the Scandinavian market. It is owned by Executive Producers Mogens Glad and Poul Erik Lindborg. In 2005 it acquired the Danish Film Studio in Lyngby. The company consist of three entities; Angle Production, Angel […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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Final Cut For Real

Final Cut For Real is an independent film production company, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was founded in January 1993 as Final Cut Productions by Thomas Stenderup – former Head of Production & Development at Danish Film Institute. The company focuses primarily on creative documentaries.  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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European Film College (EFC)

The European Film College (EFC) is a residential training institution under the Danish folk high school system. It defines itself as a pre film school, meaning that EFC – with its 34-week foundation course – aims at preparing students for further studies, either at a university, a certificated film school, art schools or institutions offering […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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The International Odense Film Festival

The Odense Film Festival is an independent short film festival with both an international and a national competition. It is organized by the City of Odense in cooperation with and financial support by the Danish Film Institute. The festival is designed to screen unusual short films of high quality with an original and imaginative sense […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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CPH:DOX

CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, was founded in 2003 as an off-spring of Natfilm Festivalen. Each year the festival fills the Copenhagen cinemas with a selection of more than 200 documentary films from around the world. CPH:DOX is devoted to supporting independent and innovative film and presents the latest tendencies in non-fiction, art cinema […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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CPH PIX

CPH PIX resulted from the merger of the Copenhagen International Film Festival and the NatFilm Festival to create an organisation called Copenhagen Film Festivals, which also manages the documentary film festival CPH:DOX and the Buster Film Festival for children and young people.  The festival presents a wide range of films from around the world – […]  More

Posted: May 3, 2011
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Fine & Mellow Productions

Fine & Mellow is jointly owned by Thomas Gammeltot and Nordisk Film. It develops and produces feature films and TV-fiction according to the motto V.I.V.E – very intelligent very entertaining. The company’s goal is to produce thought provoking stories without losing sight of entertainment value and broad audience.  It is also involved in international co-productions. […]  More

Posted: May 2, 2011
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The Copenhagen Think Tank

The Copenhagen Think Tank took place on 21- 24 June 2006. 170 decision makers and industry representatives from 32 countries discussed how film policy could best address the challenges and opportunities for film in Europe. As a result, the Copenhagen 2006 Report was published and is available online.  More

Posted: May 2, 2011
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