2017 Copenhagen International Documentary Festival
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The winners of the 17th edition of the international documentary film festival CPH:DOX have been announced Friday evening at an award show taking place online. The Dox:Award in the international main competition went to the Danish film ‘Songs of Repression’ by Marianne Hougen-Moraga and Estephan Wagner.
Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival 2017 CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, is the third largest documentary film festival in the world. Each year, the festival fills Copenhagen’s cinemas with a selection of more than 200 films from around the world.
Thank You for the Rain is a 2017 feature-length documentary film created by Julia Dahr and Kisilu Musya. The film follows Kisilu Musya over five years, from small scale farmer to climate activist on a global scale. The film had its world-premiere at Copenhagen International Documentary Festival, and has since toured more than 80 festivals. The film has sold to over 60 countries, earlier ...
Since its founding in 2003, the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival, better known as CPH:DOX, has avidly embraced expanding definitions of the nonfiction form—and in the process has redefined the doc film festival itself.So it makes strange cosmic sense that, faced with global pandemic shutdowns as opening night on March 18 approached, the groundbreaking CPH:DOX chose not to …
Official Selection, 2017 Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival. Recent widower Tom Takesue shares his Honolulu home with visiting daughter Kimi, who happens to be working on a new screenplay. We learn about Kimi’s upcoming film as Tom reads the script, gives feedback, and answers her inquiries about the characters.
The festival is known and respected for radically changing the documentary landscape with a strong focus on innovation and creating social change through cultural interventions. CPH:DOX runs a wide array of projects besides the audience festival, stimulating audience development and media literacy, in addition to running the training programme CPH:LAB and the international industry platform CPH…
CPH:DOX er det officielle navn for Copenhagen International Documentary Festival, en international dokumentarfilmfestival etableret i 2003 og afholdt årligt i København, Danmark.CPH:DOX er vokset stødt lige siden begyndelsen og er på nuværende tidspunkt den største dokumentarfilmfestival i Nordeuropa med et besøgstal på 91.400 gæster i 2015.
The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is planning its 33rd edition. With Dutch cinemas now re-opening, IDFA is looking forward to holding the festival in theaters from November 18th to 29th, albeit with potentially reduced capacity.
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