El Gran Movimiento
A Bolivian hybrid of dream and reality, in which a miner in an oxygen-starved metropolis is haunted by nightmares and a shamanistic ritual is the only way out. A supernatural docu-fiction.
Kiro Russo / Bolivia, France, Qatar, Switzerland / 2021 / 85 min
Allergic to electronics and isolated in the Swedish wilderness in a homemade turtle shell of thick blankets. Meet 40-year-old William, whose mysterious condition is not recognised by the world.x
Marie Lidén / United Kingdom / 2022 / 84 min / World Premiere
End of Night
October 1943. You are in a rowboat with Josef, fleeing Denmark across the dark waters of the Sound. Together you travel inside his mind through fragmented recollections of the night he escaped.
David Adler / Denmark, France / 2021 / 49 min
F@ck This Job
The colourful story of the rise and fall of a Russian TV channel with a nubile party princess at the helm is a gripping media thriller where you never know who is friend or foe.
Vera Krichevskaya / United Kingdom, Germany / 2021 / 104 min
The fashion world seen from the inside by three insiders, who share their ups and desperate downs with brutal honesty and liberating (self-)irony. A critical, colourful and affectionate report from a Babylon in transition.
Gianluca Matarrese / France / 2022 / 75 min / World Premiere
Félicia Atkinson & Ben Rivers live-score
Poetic and whispering ambient meets cinematic imagery when the enigmatic sound artist and award-winning filmmaker take over Charlottenborg.
Fire of Love
A unique, poetic and visually stunning adventure film about a French scientist couple, cut entirely with their own footage from Earth travels in search of erupting volcanoes in the 1970s and 80s.
Sara Dosa / Canada, United States / 2021 / 93 min / International Premiere
CPH:DOX invites to Oscar night at Empire. Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen's 'Escape' is nominated in three categories as the first documentary ever. But will the animation win all three statuettes?
Jonas Poher Rasmussen / Denmark / 89 min / None
Screeching guitars and gritty VHS go hand in hand in the perfectly understated - but definitive - film about the outsider rock heroes of Dinosaur Jr, who set new standards for what a guitar could sound like.
Philipp Virus / Germany, United States / 2021 / 82 min
Three of the most exciting Italian filmmakers of our time travel the land and interview the young about their dreams and concerns for the future. A snapshot of a time in turmoil, and a time capsule for the future.
Alice Rohrwacher, Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi / Italy / 2021 / 110 min
A contemporary fairy tale about a 14-year-old influencer from Berlin and her biggest fan. But life as a social media star has a shadow side that the adrenaline, fame and free sneakers can’t make up for.
Susanne Regina Meures / Switzerland / 2022 / 97 min / World Premiere
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
‘Gondwana’ is a living virtual rainforest that awakens for 7 hours every day during this year's film festival. It’s a quiet meditation on time, change and loss in an irreplaceable ecosystem.
Ben Joseph Andrews / Australia / 2022 / 420 min
Grethe Meyer – The Queen of Danish Design
The story of one of Denmark's most important designers: perfectionist, pioneer, lover, mother and woman Grethe Meyer. Told through her groundbreaking creations and in cinematic reconstructions.
Isabel Bernadette Brammer, Vibeke Muasya / Denmark / 2022 / 61 min / World Premiere
Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
Leonard Cohen's classic anthem 'Hallelujah' and its 10-year creation process are at the heart of a film about the mysteries of creativity - and about a man who dedicated his life to exploring them.
Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller, Dayna Goldfine / United States / 2021 / 115 min
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
Heart of Oak
Every little detail is captured on the grain (and in 4K) in a film where the diverse wildlife around a single oak tree plays out like a daily drama of life and death. An audience favourite, and a huge nature experience. From 8 years old.
Laurent Charbonnier, Michel Seydoux / France / 2022 / 80 min
Hide and Seek
Four furious years in one of Naples' toughest neighbourhoods, where all three generations of a single family live on the edge of the law. Can the family's youngest son break the dark legacy?
Victoria Fiore / United Kingdom, Italy / 2021 / 85 min / International Premiere
Russia's record-high number of holidays are celebrated at an upbeat balalaika pace and with black humour in a lively mosaic of impressions from life in the vast, inscrutable country in the East.
Antoine Cattin / Switzerland / 2022 / 87 min / World Premiere
Tour de France as a microcosmos in a fun and summer warm feelgood film from the mobile homes in the road sides where the true stars of the Tour are shining.
Valery Rosier, Meryl Fortunat-Rossi / Belgium, France / 2018 / 70 min / International Premiere
How to Do Things with Words
A rich and detailed mini-portrait of the accomplished painter Jesper Christiansen, who welcomes us into his studio and generously introduces us to his reflections on creating.
Nanna Rebekka / Denmark / 2022 / 22 min / World Premiere
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
I'm so Sorry
Abandoned, radioactive landscapes and the ruins of power plants are possessed by a haunting power in this visually stunning and suggestive work from one of the most significant names in Chinese art cinema.
Liang Zhao / Hong Kong SAR China, Netherlands, France / 2021 / 96 min
An expedition into the Earth's interiors from the deepest cave in Europe turns into a singular and magical film experience in the hands of former CPH:DOX winner Michelangelo Frammartino.
Michelangelo Frammartino / Italy, France, Germany / 2021 / 93 min
Into My Name
Four young Italian friends' individual gender transitions, told with an overwhelming, natural sensibility. An honest and poetic film with Elliot Page in the producer's chair.
Nicolò Bassetti / Italy / 2022 / 94 min
Into the Ice
A grand, cinematic adventure on the Greenland ice sheet with three leading scientists in search of what the ice can tell us about our climate, our past and possible future. Epic and thought-provoking.
Lars Ostenfeld / Denmark, Germany / 2022 / 86 min / World Premiere
Jane by Charlotte
Charlotte Gainsbourg's film about her mother Jane Birkin is an intimate mother/daughter story of the rarest kind. A film about life and death, art and love, with two remarkable women in front of the camera.
Charlotte Gainsbourg / France / 2021 / 90 min
Georges Bataille's childhood reimagined in a dark and enigmatic film that stages the formative years of the French thinker and writer in free form. The backbone is a rare radio interview with Bataille, whose voice echoes like a ghost in the twilight.
Antoni Collot / France / 2021 / 90 min
Judges Under Pressure
The independence of the courts is a cornerstone of any democracy, but in Poland things are going in the wrong and frightening direction. A big-shot judge keeps his cool and goes into action.
Kacper Lisowski / Poland / 2021 / 87 min
Adrenaline-fueled activist animal welfare film told in the first person, about becoming politically aware - and about how your own idealism can turn against you when the world won’t listen.
Saila Kivelä, Vesa Kuosmanen / Finland / 2022 / 83 min / International Premiere
A heartwarming Finnish feel-good film about how karaoke culture has taken hold where you least expected it: in our notoriously introverted sister country in the cold north. Feel free to sing along!
Einari Paakkanen / Finland / 2022 / 72 min / World Premiere
Kash Kash - Without Feathers We Can't Live
A vital, cinematic snapshot of Lebanon and its chaotic state, where the flat rooftops high above the city streets become a hopeful haven for people practising the ritualistic pigeon sport Kash Hamam.
Lea Najjar / Germany, Lebanon, Qatar / 2022 / 90 min / World Premiere
L.A.R.S.T. H.U.G. VEGA Koncert - G.R.E.A.T.E.S.T. L.I.V.E
One of the country's greatest poets and pop singers bows out and bids farewell to 40 years of career with a smashing farewell concert from VEGA in Copenhagen.
Niklas Konoy, Lars Hugh Uno Grammy / Denmark / 2022 / 115 min / World Premiere
Karlheinz Stockhausen challenged all artistic conventions and everyone around him in a 26-year project to write the opera of them all. A musical maverick, light years ahead of time and place.
Oeke Hoogendijk / Netherlands / 2022 / 120 min
Light upon Light
A philosophical field trip from Cairo, along the Nile and into the desert in search for what light means as a religious concept in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Christian Suhr / Egypt, Denmark / 2022 / 78 min / World Premiere
‘Liminal Lands’ is a transitional zone where fundamental energies of sun, wind, water and bacteria connect to participants' bodies in virtual reality.
Jakob Kudsk Steensen / France, Denmark, United States / 2021 / 18 min
Loke Rahbek & Frederik Valentin: "Sans Soleil" live-score
Chris Marker's boundary-pushing masterpiece 'Sans soleil' is brought to life with a new score by two of the foremost exponents of the last decade's underground music.
Look at Me!
Violence, a raw musical talent and mental problems. A harrowing portrait of SoundCloud rapper XXXTentacion, who left a huge imprint on his generation before his violent death at age 20.
Sabaah Folayan / United States / 2022 / 120 min / International Premiere
The 2014 Ukrainian uprising depicted as a powerful historical fresco by director Sergei Loznitsa, a maestro of the contemporary and historical chronicle.
Sergei Loznitsa / Ukraine, Netherlands / 2014 / 130 min
Making Life Count
A Danish baron travels to Rome to convince the Pope to defend the world's animals before it is too late for himself to continue the fight. Meet a lively and charismatic man on a passionate mission.
Ulrik Einer Ehrhorn Gutt-Nielsen / Denmark / 2022 / 52 min / World Premiere
Marina Abramović & Ulay: No Predicted End
Former lovers Marina Abramović and Ulay meet after 30 years to talk about their lives, legacies, and work. Two of performance art’s most uncompromising names in conversation, no filter.
Kasper Bech Dyg / Denmark / 2022 / 95 min / World Premiere
Mariner of the Mountains
Brazilian filmmaker Karim Aïnouz travels to his father's native Algeria to investigate his origins in one of last year's great Cannes films. Cinematic autofiction told in both photography and film.
Karim Aïnouz / Brazil, France, Germany / 2021 / 98 min
Meet Me In the Bathroom
The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, LCD Soundsystem and the rest of New York's coolest kids in a kaleidoscopic time travel back to the '00s, when the electric guitar rocked the charts.
Dylan Southern, Will Lovelace / United Kingdom / 2022 / 105 min / European Premiere