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March 13 – 24, 2024

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FN byen

Directions

Public Transport: If you arrive by train, you can take the S-train (line A, B, C, E, or H) to Nordhavn Station and walk from there (maximum 10 minutes). With public transport, it takes about 25 minutes to get from the Central Station to FN Byen.

Parking: There is an underground public parking facility with an elevator nearby.

Accessibility Guide

For the DOX screening at FN Byen, there will be 2 wheelchair spaces available for purchase.

There are toilets both on the ground level and downstairs. There is free passage around with a wheelchair. Seat size is: 61 cm in width, 46 cm in depth, 77 cm in height. Any person with hearing impairment should be able to adjust their regular hearing aids without interference in the room.

Companion: Of course, CPH:DOX has a companion arrangement, so you can bring a companion for free to your desired screening. If you wish for a companion seat, please contact tickets@cphdox.dk.

IMPORTANT

Notice that to enter FN Byen, you will go through security, similar to an airport. Therefore, we ask you to do the following:

  • Only buy 1 ticket per person, and it must be purchased in your own name.
  • Bring ID
  • Arrive in good time
  • You cannot bring snacks and food items
  • Tickets can be purchased until March 17 at 8:00 PM.
  • More information will also be sendt out with your confirmation email on the tickets.

There will be a guided tour for 50 people 1 hour before the screening, and this is on a first-come, first-served basis.
When you buy a ticket for the guided tour, you will also receive a ticket for the film screening.

16:00

Join us for a very special film screening and debate as we move out of the cinema and into the international UN.

16:00 - 19:00FN byen

17:00

The Walk

Tamara Kotevska / Syria, Türkiye, France, Palestine, Greece & United Kingdom / 2023 / 79 min

+ Event: Join us for a film screening and debate at UN City

Join us for a very special screening as we move out of the cinema and into the international UN. For this special screening, Flemming Johannesen, Head of UN City Communications, welcomes you to UN City for a screening of the film 'The Walk'. After the screening, we will host a debate on migration and the many bodies travelling across borders as a consequence of war. Meet the chairperson of Rapolitics, recipient of the Institute for Human Rights' Human Rights Award (2022) and former refugee from Afghanistan, Manila Ghafuri, in conversation with a representative from UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Secretary General for Red Cross in Denmark, Anders Ladekarl. The conversation will be moderated by Head of Communication and Engagement at The Danish Institute for Human Rights, Jakob Sheikh. Prior to the screening, the UN offers a free guided tour of UN City, where you can get a sense of the ten UN agencies working in UN City, the

The director of 'Honeyland' returns with a contemporary fairytale made with sensitivity and poetry as a giant puppet travels from Syria up through Europe to tell the story of migration from a child's perspective.

17:00 - 19:15FN byen