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CPH:SCIENCE

CPH:SCIENCE is presented in collaboration with IDA, Lundbeckfonden and Novo Nordisk Fonden

A.I. at War

A.I. at War

What can artificial intelligence tell us about the darkest side of humanity? A philosophical and paradoxical human adventure with a robot as travel companion, and with light in the darkness.

Florent Marcie / France, Iraq, Syria, Malaysia / 2021 / 107 min
After Nature

After Nature

Four prominent scientists and one artist struggle in their own way to mitigate the man-made mass extinction and understand how humanity's pursuit of wealth might lead to an ecological collapse.

Esther Elmholt / Denmark / 2022 / 65 min
Carbon - An Unauthorised Biography

Carbon - An Unauthorised Biography

With creative spirit, philosophical depth and 'Succession' star Sarah Snook as narrator, we get the life story of carbon. Born of the stars, present within ourselves, and with the power to create and destroy.

Daniella Ortega, Niobe Thompson / Australia, Canada / 2022 / 90 min
Going Circular

Going Circular

A big idea with big consequences. Circular thinking has permeated sciences from biology to economics. Understand what the revolutionary idea is all about in a new film from the producers of 'My Octopus Teacher’.

Richard Dale / Netherlands / 2021 / 90 min
Healers

Healers

A curious and warm tribute to health science and the people who heal us: Doctors, young and old, and those in touch with the beyond.

Marie-Eve Hildbrand / Switzerland / 2021 / 80 min
How to Survive a Pandemic

How to Survive a Pandemic

Acclaimed filmmaker David France documents the incredible story of the world's biggest health science project: the rollout of the corona vaccine. A story we have only just begun to learn from.

David France / United States / 2022 / 106 min
People We Come Across

People We Come Across

700 Finnish tourists travel to Benin to take part in a vaccine trial in an understatedly funny film with a warm eye for human flaws and the tension between good intensions and harmful effects.

Mia Halme / Finland / 2021 / 80 min
Pleistocene Park

Pleistocene Park

Genius or madman? The adventure film of the year takes us on a bumpy journey to the Siberian steppes, where a Russian geophysicist wants to restore the ecosystems of the Ice Age through radical rewilding.

Luke Griswold-Tergis / United States / 2022 / 101 min
The Invisible Extinction

The Invisible Extinction

The extinction of healthy bacteria in our bodies could escalate a new global health crisis. The good news: the field's top two scientists are on the case, examining the impact microbiomes have on our wellbeing.

Steven Lawrence, Sarah Schenck / United States / 2022 / 85 min
The North Drift

The North Drift

A message in a bottle from Dresden brings news of incredible ocean currents and plastic debris in the world's vast floating ecosystems. An idealistic and pictorial adventure film with excess and a serious agenda.

Steffen Krones / Germany / 2022 / 92 min
The Quintessence

The Quintessence

Philosophical free-style with some of the world's sharpest astrophysicists, who let us in on their personal thoughts and dreams about the most fundamental - and most abstract - mysteries of the universe.

Pamela Breda / United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, United States, Italy / 2021 / 70 min
Unseen Skies

Unseen Skies

American artist Trevor Paglen uses the most advanced technology to map surveillance, data flows and the state's monitoring of our lives. Now he is about to launch the most ambitious project of his career.

Yaara Bou Melhem / United States, Australia / 2021 / 98 min