Today's film recommendations
De humani corporis fabrica
The Last Seagull
Inventing Truth - The Relotius Affair
The Arc of Oblivion
Just Before Death
On the Edge
Baghdad on Fire
Bobi Wine: The People's President
Blix Not Bombs
Francesca & Love
The Deepest Breath
The Group Crit
The Etilaat Roz
White Balls on Walls
The Man Who Stole the Scream
Special Live Events
Queering the Industry w. Doc Society's Queer Now Lab
Live Show: Hvad ville Jesus have sagt? (P1)
Aske Zidore & Anders Lauge Meldgaard: 'Sange fra i dag' iscenesat
Nic Krog + visuals by Matija Lujic
ISÁK (koncert) + Rahčan – Ella’s riot (film)
José González (live & Q&A) + 'A Tiger in Paradise' (film)
Experience CPH:DOX all over Copenhagen
Once again our festival center will be at Kunsthal Charlottenborg. It will be open to all guests from 10.00 am every day during the festival. Here you’ll find our very own cinemas Social Cinema and Mezzaninen.
There are films, podcast live shows and concerts on the programme when we invite you to Aveny-T during this year’s festival! We will be visited by both Danish and international guests on the stage, located in the heart of Frederiksberg.
Jada, Joan Baez, Wim Wenders, Nathan Fielder and José González. These are just a few of the big stars making their way to Bremen Theater during this year’s CPH:DOX. Experience a wide range of films, talks and mini-concerts at one of the festival’s biggest stages.
From March 17-19, the National Museum of Denmark will be transformed into the festival’s Science Stage. Look forward to amazing documentaries on everything from climate science, sustainable cities and cyborgs to human brains, living wages and the Arctic from the inside.
In Pressen at Rådhuspladsen, the old and raw printing hall has been converted into a cinema, where CPH:DOX and Politiken present both domestic and foreign material on everything from work ethics and surveillance culture to Iranian women’s struggle and American right-wing nationalism.
Statens Museum for Kunst
CPH:DOX’s Art Scene at the National Gallery of Denmark presents a weekend full of documentaries about and with art at the center, framed by guided tours, artist talks, group critiques and audiovisual concerts from 24 – 26 March.