Strong films and sharp social debates in the Press
21-23 March

This year, the social scene will move into Pressen on Rådhuspladsen and convert the old and crude printing hall into a cinema, where together with Politiken we will present both domestic and foreign affairs on everything from work ethics and surveillance culture to the Iranian women’s struggle and American right-wing nationalism.

Meet, among others, forh. EU Commissioner Connie Hedegaard and former minister Jytte Hilden, investigative journalist Lee Fang (The Intercept) and editor Marcus Rubin, Politiken History hosts Anders Olling and Hans Erik Havsteen, and work culture researcher Roland Paulsen.

We celebrate the opening of the stage with a free party on 21 March that, in line with today’s screenings of ‘Soviet Bus Stops’ and ‘Merkel’, pulls down the iron curtain and opens the dance floor with a DJ battle of Cold War music – East against West. Admission is free and beers from Two Beers are complimentary.

SOCIETY:CINEMA is developed and presented in cooperation with Politiken.

Pressen, Politikens Hus, Rådhuspladsen 37 1785 Copenhagen V