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Popular Danish Series About Politically Incorrect School Teacher Rita Gets Third Season And Goes International With Netflix TV viewers in 2015 will be able to enjoy a third season of Rita, the Danish comedy-drama about a politically incorrect school teacher. Rita premiered on TV 2 in 2012. The series has also…

The Copenhagen Film Fund is now one year old, and has played a leading role in ensuring that Kenneth Branagh will be in Denmark to film the final episodes of the BBC’s hit series of ”Wallander”. The Copenhagen Film Fund has just recently entered into an agreement with the company…

In providing investment for “The Bridge III”, the Copenhagen Film Fund is helping to ensure that Season 3 of the Danish-Swedish hit series will be more Danish than ever. A larger Danish crew than before has been signed for the shoot – one of the Copenhagen Film Fund’s prime areas…

The breakout young animation company Nørlum, from Viborg, is now setting up a base in Copenhagen, with the aid of the Fund’s investment in the major French feature animation project Longway North.  The film is helmed by Remi Chayé, and produced by renowned  French company Sacrebleu Productions, in a co-production…

  The Danish-Finnish talent project, Nordic Factory 2014, invited four film directors from all over the world to come and work on the project in Helsinki and Copenhagen. Between December 2013 and April 2014 they entered a unique international collaboration, in which four teams of two directors each wrote, directed…

  Thomas Gammeltoft, CEO, Copenhagen Film Fund says: It is, of course, great that we are receiving a share of the revenue from the DR licence fee. It would, however, have been a more natural thing to do to increase funding for TV drama by a higher sum than that…

The newly created Copenhagen Film Fund is proud to announce that experienced film producer, Thomas Gammeltoft, will take on the Directorship starting September 1st, 2013. Thomas Gammeltoft has produced many Danish feature films including,  ”Shake It All About”, ”Stealing Rembrandt”,Fidibus” and ”Terribly Happy”, as well as the television series, ”Album”…

Photo: Jo Voets   Copenhagen Film Fund supports the Danish-international police series THE TEAM with 2,5 million DKK. Copenhagen´s brand new film fund, Copenhagen Film Fund, was established to ensure that international film – and TV-projects are pulled to Denmark. As it’s first major project they have decided to cooperate…

Copenhagen’s new film fund, Copenhagen Film Fund, was established this summer to ensure that international film – and TV-projects would be drawn to Denmark. Last week, the fund announced that it was baking the the Danish-international police series “The Team”. Today the fund announces that it is also supporting the…