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An investment from Copenhagen Film Fund brought a German film crew and cast to Bornholm in September to film the new German film “A Minute’s Silence” (original title: “Schweigeminute”). The film crew spent 15 days on Bornholm, where the island’s beautiful nature settings brings the story of an 18-year-old high…

The Danish Museum of Modern Art, “Arken”, has just opened the largest exhibition ever of Danish Gerda Wegener paintings to mark the 100th anniversary of women’s right to wote in Denmark. The exhibition has already received five star reviews in the Danish news papers Berlingske and Jyllands Posten. Through her…

The Danish-Finnish short film “Listen” has already been screened at more than 100 festivals around the world, won 20 awards and is now nominated for an European Film Academy Award. The film is one of four short films, which came out of the Fund’s investment in the international collaboration-project “Nordic…

Last Sunday all of Scandinavia could again find an occasion to gather in front of the screen at the same time, when the third season of “the Bridge” premiered. “The Bridge III” keeps the flag flying and finds the same success as the previous seasons. With 839,000 viewers this season…

This week the Norwegian Oscar Committee decided that Roar Uthaug’s “The Wave” will be Norway’s official candidate for the Oscar-nominations as “Best Foreign-Language Feature”. “”The Wave” is Norway’s – and the Nordic countries’ – first disaster movie; as a genre film with a well-written script, superbly directed, with great acting…

The trailer for the star-studded blockbuster “The Danish Girl” has now been premiered. It shows a broad presentation of Copenhagen’s cultural treasures, which constitute the scenery in which the love story of the artist couple Lili Elbe / Einar Mogens Wegener and Gerda Wegener unfolds. There is, among others, recordings…

When The Copenhagen TV Festival took place, Copenhagen Film Fund had arranged an exclusive seminar with esteemed scriptwriter and producer Howard Gordon at the Danish Film School. Howard Gordon has won three Emmy Awards for his work on “24” and “Homeland” which he created, and he is one of the…