The new Danish film ’Mand Falder’ about the artist Per Kirkeby will be the opening film at CPH:DOX 2015 and will afterwards be screened in cinemas all over the country in a collaboration with DOXBIO.
This year's DOX:AWARD winner will be chosen among 16 carefully selected documentaries, an award that Joshua Oppenheimer last year received for 'The Look of Silence'.
12 carefully selected films are nominated in the competition presenting the best documentaries from the Nordic countries.
CPH:DOX will feature oligarchs, anti-cult crusades and extremism when this year’s nominees for the investigative journalism award F:ACT take over the big screen.
The artistic and experimental part of CPH:DOX’s programme has just been revealed, and once again the challenging NEW:VISION award offers experimental films on the edge between documentary and artistic reflection.
When one of the world’s largest documentary film festivals takes place in November, it will feature two very special guest curators: the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson and author and activist Naomi Klein. Both will focus on climate change.
ndreas Koefoed’s new film ‘A Home in the World’ will have its world premiere during CPH:DOX, will hold a simultaneous screening in the country after the festival and has inspired a new theme for the platform Everyday.
CPH:DOX and Normann Copenhagen invite you to the programme launch with a film about Banksy and concert with First Hate
On Friday October 16 CPH:DOX celebrates this year’s programme launch with the premiere of 'Banksy Does New York' in Bremen Teater, followed by a concert with First Hate.
The documentary film ‘Noma – My Perfect Storm’, which is about the star chef René Redzepi and his sensational restaurant Noma, premieres in Denmark at this year’s festival, when it takes place from November 5-15 2015.
CPH:DOX marks the anniversary of the umbrella movement protests with the addition of a new film about the Asian metropolis directed by the world-famous cinematographer Christopher Doyle.