CPH:DOX moves into the National Museum, which is transformed into the festival’s science stage from 17 to 19 March. Look forward to some of the world’s best documentaries on everything from climate science, sustainable cities and cyborgs to human brains and citizen wages to the Arctic from the inside.
We open the stage on Friday 17 March with a bang, as Veto frontman Troels Abrahamsen invites technology onto the dance floor. Admission is free and beers from Two Beers are complimentary.
The concert is presented in collaboration with Netcompany.
Your ticket gives you access not only to the individual films, but also to the entire National Museum from 10am to 5pm. As a special CPH:DOX offer, you can become a member of the museum’s NATKLUB and get free admission for a year for DKK 115.
SCIENCE:CINEMA has been developed and presented in collaboration with the Capital Region, the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Engineering Association IDA.
National Museum of Denmark, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 Copenhagen K.