A French Revolution
A modern protest movement seen from the inside in a timely film with an eminent eye for detail that observes the methods, aims and inner contradictions of the French Yellow Vests.
Emmanuel Gras / France / 2022 / 104 min / International Premiere
A Taste of Whale
Faroese whalers have hunted pilot whales for centuries, but today international activists are condemning old traditions. A sober look at the dilemmas of a conflict, that might be more complex than it first appers.
Vincent Kelner / France / 2022 / 89 min / World Premiere
Working with the South African women of the Black Mambas, where the fight against poachers is also a fight for women's liberation and empowerment. Tough training, tough attitude - but driven by hope for a better future.
Lena Karbe / Germany, France / 2022 / 81 min / World Premiere
Rules of War
Simple setup, complex film: a Red Cross delegate and a group of hardcore South Sudanese soldiers clash in their views of war and conflict. From the mind behind the CPH:DOX hit 'A Man and a Camera'.
Guido Hendrikx / Netherlands / 2022 / 53 min / World Premiere
The Chocolate War
One man’s fight against a billion-dollar industry of chocolate-giants who ruthlessly exploit illegal child labour in their production. Investigations in cocoa plantations meets intense courtroom drama.
Miki Mistrati / Denmark / 2022 / 80 min / World Premiere
Investigative crime-documentary about how the arms of the Nigerian mafia reach far into Europe and use religious pressure to keep trafficked women in prostitution.
Chiara Sambuchi / Germany / 2022 / 89 min / World Premiere
A network of government-backed farmers is eating into indigenous territory in the Brazilian rainforest, but a local activist and his team are fighting back with a video camera as a weapon.
Alex Pritz / Denmark, United States, Brazil / 2022 / 85 min / International Premiere
This Stolen Country of Mine
Chinese mining in Ecuador's mountains sets the stage for an epic battle between eco-guerrillas and a corrupt government in an intensely dramatic feature by former CPH:DOX winner Marc Wiese.
Marc Wiese / Ecuador, Germany / 2022 / 93 min / World Premiere
There's more than dollars and yen at stake as data flows from TikTok back to Chinese server parks. A critical but tech-positive film about the invisible influence of social media, and what to do about it.
Shalini Kantayya / United States / 2022 / 90 min
To the End
Four young women of color, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, take the fight for a Green New Deal to the centre of power, where cynicism and demands for change collide.
Rachel Lears / United States / 2022 / 103 min / International Premiere