The ancient knowledge of indigenous peoples challenges high-tech science in a near-cosmic tale from a South African desert where the world's largest radio telescope is being built with antennae aimed at the far corners of the universe.
Dane Dodds / Denmark, South Africa / 2023 / 89 min / World Premiere
Atomic Hope: Inside the Pro-Nuclear Movement
Nuclear power - yes, please? Thought-provoking insight into the grassroots activist movement convinced that hated nuclear power is the future and the quickest way out of the climate crisis.
Frankie Fenton / Ireland / 2022 / 82 min
Cyborg: A Documentary
Artist Neil Harbisson was born colour blind, but an antenna drilled into his skull enables him to hear colours and today he is the world's first officially recognised cyborg. Meet a man who may be the prototype of the human of the future.
Carey Born / United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Spain / 2023 / 87 min / World Premiere
Green City Life
What will the green cities of the future look like? The answers are plenty on a tour of the world's cities in a film that looks at solutions rather than problems with optimism and contagious energy.
Manon Turina, François Marques / France / 2023 / 85 min
Invasive plant and animal species have changed the Danish landscape. Six nature lovers are on a mission to remove them again, but is it even possible to rewind the human impact on nature, now that we brought them here ourselves?
David Krøyer / Denmark / 2023 / 75 min / World Premiere
Make People Better
Nerve-wracking high-tech thriller about human genetic engineering, ethical twilight zones and the ability to control evolution, spiced up with grand political battles between the US and China. Thought-provoking science fiction from a future we already live in.
Cody Sheehy / United States / 2022 / 83 min
Oliver Stone's film on nuclear power gives even nuclear sceptics food for thought as he looks at the controversial energy source in the shadow of wars and climate crises. A critical support of the atom in a world without easy solutions.
Oliver Stone / United States / 2022 / 105 min
Join Eske Willerslev on a research tour of the US where 10,000-year-old bones may tell us about the first Americans, but where ethical and personal dilemmas pile up in the Danish professor’s encounters with today's indigenous peoples.
Linus Mørk / Denmark / 2023 / 82 min / World Premiere
Film screening and talk. Experience a coral's response to rising water temperatures in a visual work that documents the tragic beauty of corals' endangered existence. Shown in a loop followed by a talk between the artist and scientist Elena Bollati.
Maja Friis / Denmark / 2023 / 12 min / World Premiere
A robot-maker in need of money and his electronic daughter are the stars in a bittersweet film about what happens when big dreams collide with a capitalist reality, and about what it means to be a real human being.
Crystal Moselle, Jon Kasbe / Hong Kong, United States / 2022 / 89 min
The Longest Goodbye
Even astronauts going into space are affected by social isolation. A skilled NASA psychologist prepares the brave explorers for their lonely journey to the ultimate frontier: Mars.
Ido Mizrahy / Israel, Canada / 2022 / 87 min
The YouTube Effect
A deep dive down the internet's ultimate rabbit hole. Alex Winter's rambunctious high-speed essay on technology takes a thorough and thought-provoking look at the many realities we live in at once.
Alex Winter / United States / 2022 / 99 min
Theatre of Thought
Werner Herzog turns his gaze on the human brain in a witty and thought-provoking film that looks at the staggering philosophical and ethical challenges of modern neurotechnology with an eye for the quirky and eccentric details.
Werner Herzog / United States / 2022 / 107 min
A young model explores the possibilities and costs of recreating herself as a computer-generated avatar. A glimpse into the future of fashion and visual culture.
Katharina Pethke / Germany / 2022 / 45 min