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Helbredsundersøgelser – nytter det? - Medarbejdere
PRESS KIT
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CONTENTS
1. PRESS INFORMATION ...……………………………….…….3
2. CPH:DOX STAFF ………...……………………………….……4
3. ABOUT CPH:DOX ………...……………………………….…..5
4. 2012 WELCOME .………...……………………………….…...6
5. COMPETITIONS & JURY ...……………………………….….7
6. FILMS ………………………………………………………….13
7. EVENTS & PARTIES …….……………………………….….13
8. SEMINARS & EVENTS ………………………………………13
9. CONCERTS …………………………………………………...14
10. PRESS ACCREDITATION …………………………………..14
11. VENUES & MAP ………….……………………………….…15
12. 2011 AWARD WINNERS…………………………………….18
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PRESS INFORMATION
Press Coordinator
Lena Bøgild Willard
+ 45 29850703
[email protected]
Press Assistant
Nanna Rebekka Jensen
+45 28578411
[email protected]
CPH:DOX
TAGENSVEJ 85 F
DK2200
COPENHAGEN N
TEL. +45 3393 0734
EMAIL. [email protected]
Press Assistant
Malva Grabowska
+45 30138552
[email protected]
Press Assistant
Letitia Despina
+45 50372590
[email protected]
CPH:DOX Press Center
1-11 Nov
CINEMATEKET LOBBY,
GOTHERSGADE 55
1123 COPENHAGEN K
PRESS SCREENINGS
We offer journalists the possibility to view movies prior to the festival. Please contact a member
of the press team to request a temporary link that will enable you to watch the movies online.
You are also able to watch any film during the festival at the CPH:DOX Market Lounge (located
at the Danish Film Institute, 4th floor) Note: Not all the films in the festival will be available in the
DOX:MARKET so please contact a member of the Press Team for further information
MEDIA FILES
Screenshots, pictures from the festival a well as other media files are available upon request.
If you need stills from the films you are able to download high resolution pictures by clicking on
the DOT underneath the film stills - unfortunately, to be able to see it you should zoom in to the
lower left side of the movie still and underneath there is a link to the high resolution file.
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CPH:DOX STAFF
Festival Director ………………………………….…..…... Tine Fischer
[email protected]
CPH:FORUM Industry Manager …………...……... Daniella Eversby
[email protected]
Festival Producer …………………………...……. Susanne Thygaard
[email protected]
Marketing ……………………………………………... Lisbeth Nordahl
[email protected]
Programmer ………………………………………….. Mads Mikkelsen
[email protected]
Programmer ………………………………………. Niklas K. Engstrøm
[email protected]
DOX:LAB ………………………………………… Patricia Drati Rønde
[email protected]dk
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ABOUT CPH:DOX
CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, is the largest documentary
film festival in Scandinavia. Each year the festival fills the Copenhagen cinemas with a selection
of more than 200 documentary films from around the world. CPH:DOX is devoted to supporting
independent and innovative film and presents the latest tendencies in non-fiction, art cinema
and experimental film. During the ten festival days, CPH:DOX also presents art exhibitions,
concerts, five whole days of professional seminars, a screening market and an international
financing and co-production event CPH:FORUM.
Acknowledging the rapidly growing interest in documentary film, CPH:DOX. Supported by film
professionals as well as the national press, CPH:DOX grew from 14.000 admissions in its first
year to an impressive 47.000 in 2011. In 2012 CPH:DOX runs from November 1 - 11.
CPH:DOX continues to develop and expand, presenting a programme that ranges from the
works of major international directors to new talent, from large-scale theatrical releases to films
and formats that don't reach our cinema and tv-screens. The programme goes beyond
traditional boundaries between disciplines and media, offering perspectives on creative
crossovers between cinema, television and media art.
With a solid base in the documentary approach to reality, CPH:DOX aims at building bridges to
a wide range of related art forms on the music scene and in the visual arts. This exploration of
the interaction and interfaces between different media and cultural traditions emphasizes the
constant evolution of the documentary genre, and creates a space for inspiration and dialogue
between different creative forms with exhibitions and performances, music and sound projects,
live acts, VJing and the latest concepts of expanded cinema.
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2012
WELCOME
TO THE 10TH EDITION OF CPH:DOX
CPH:DOX is 10! And we are celebrating our birthday with a programme that we would travel far
to experience ourselves.
Much has happened since the beginning. Not only for our festival, but also for documentary
filmmaking. When CPH:DOX started in 2003 documentaries did not take up much space,
neither in the cinemas, in the public debate, nor with audiences. Today, the genre has not only
reinvented itself. Documentaries have given the entire film world a much needed shot of
creative vitamins.
In our view, the most interesting current in the last decade of cinema has been the emergence
of non-fiction films that view reality through the tinted filter of fiction and staging. These are the
films that it has been a central part of the festival’s mission to support, screen and debate:
Reality is rarely 1:1, and filming it even less so. The new documentaries are complex and wild,
and they confront reality in a way that challenges black-and-white ethics and polite opinion.
Contemporary documentaries have a complex responsibility and relationship to reality, which we
don’t find in many other areas. They don’t only observe reality, they touch it and change it, says
CPH:DOX festival director Tine Fischer.
LINEUP
Across our five international competitions we are handing out a long line of prizes for this year’s
best films at the gala ceremony on Friday, November 9.
The entire programme can be found on our new WEBSITE: www.cphdox.dk
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COMPETITIONS & JURY
DOX:AWARD
Around 15 films carefully selected to reflect the best and brightest of the contemporary,
international documentary scene. Films that are both socially committed and visually ambitious,
providing the space to reflect on the complexity of the issues at stake.
NOMINATED FILMS
Roland Hassel (Måns Månsson, Sweden)
Everyone Is Older Than I Am (Martin Widerberg, Sweden)
City World (Brent Chesanek, USA)
Tchoupitoulas (Bill & Ross Turner, USA)
The Last Station (Catalina Vergara, Chile)
Otto (Cao Guimaraes, Brazil)
The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer, USA/Denmark)
Caesar Must Die (Paolo & Vittorio Taviani, Italy)
The End of Time (Peter Mettler, Canada)
The Last Time I Saw Macao (NE, MM) (J.P. Rodrigues & J.R.G. de Mata, Portugal)
I am Fiction (Max Kestner, Denmark)
The Lebanese Rocket Society (Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Lebanon)
I Have Always Been A Dreamer (Sabine Gruffat, USA)
The Expedition to the End of the World (Daniel Dencik, Denmark)
JURY
DENIS CÔTÈ
filmmaker based in Montreal, Canada
EDWIN
filmmaker born in Surabaya, Indonesia
CARLO CHATRIAN
Artistic Director at Festival del film Locarno
JOANNA LAPINSKA
Artistic Director of theT-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival in Poland
BIRGITTE STÆRMOSE
Copenhagen- based filmmaker
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NEW:VISION
New Vision features experimental and innovative documentary films that are crucial to the
existence and evolution of the documentary. Over the past decade artists have been
increasingly drawn to documentary film, bringing an alternative and often conceptual approach
to the genre. It is here, in this borderland, we find some of the most interesting challenges to the
documentary.
NOMINATED FILMS
Walker (Tsai Ming-Liang, Hong-Kong)
Mekong Hotel (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Thailand)
Leviathan (Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Véréna Paravel, France, England, USA)
Public Hearing (James Kienitz Wilkins, USA)
Swandown (Andrew Kötting, UK)
The Sound from the Hallway (Lasse Lau, Danmark)
Logical Revolts (Louis Henderson, UK)
The Invisible World (Jesse McLean, USA)
Winter / Miracle (Gustavo Beck & Zeljka Sukova, Brasilien/Kroatien)
Abstract (Hito Steyerl, Tyskland)
A Brief History of Collapses (Mariam Ghani, USA)
Out / Fóra (Pablo Cayuela & Xan Gómez Viñas, Spanien)
Take #2 (Thomas Østbye, Norge)
Starring Sigmund Freud (John Menick, USA)
Vengeance (Keren Cytter, Israel/Tyskland)
Black Drop (Simon Starling, 30m)
The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the Deluded Followers of Joanna Southcott
(Luke Fowler, UK)
Secretion (Willie Doherty, Irland)
The Weather War (Mats Bigert & Lars Bergström, Sverige)
JURY
STUART COMER
curator of film atTate Modern, London
ANDERS KOLD
curator and Head of Acquisitions at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
MARIE LOSIER
French-born filmmaker and curator working in NewYork City
FLORENCE PAROT
French curator based in Paris
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NORDIC:DOX
NORDIC:DOX is CPH:DOX's new competition programme and showcase for Scandinavian
documentaries. The selection aims at reflecting the diversity and level of ambition on the nordic
documentary film scene. Not least in artistic terms in films with a clear vision and personal world
view. The films range from the poetic and personal to the political, and many of them are made
by young and upcoming filmmakers with new visions and the courage to explore them.
NOMINATED FILMS
Traveling with mr. T (Andreas Dalsgaard, Danmark)
Petey and Ginger (Ada Bligaard Søby, Danmark)
Searching For Bill (Jonas P. Rasmussen, Danmark)
My Afghanistan (Nagieb Khaja, Danmark)
A Normal Life (Mikala Krogh, Danmark)
The Human Scale (Andreas Dalsgaard, Danmark)
She Male Snails (Esther Martin Bergsmark, Sverige)
Tzvetanka (Youlian Tabakov, Sverige)
She’s Staging It (Fia-Stina Sandlund, Sverige)
Future My Love (Maja Borg, Sverige)
When Bubbles Burst (Hans Petter Moland, Norge)
Pushwagner (Even Benestad, Norge)
Dance of Outlaws (Mohamed El Aboudi, Finland)
JURY
GONZALO DE PEDRO AMATRIA
programming coordinator in the Punto de Vista International Documentary Film Festival
MAURO ANDRIZZI
filmmaker based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
PAMELA PIANEZZA
programmer for the Cannes Critic’s Week
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SOUND & VISION
The Sound & Vision Competition was instigated in 2006 to present a diverse selection of
documentary films with one thing in common: they are all amazing music and film experiences.
Featuring both superstars and bands standing in the wings waiting to make the big scene, the
series covers everything from hip hop and industrial to electronica and pop. Reality rocks.
NOMINATED FILMS
The Ghost of Piramida (Andreas Koefoed, Danmark)
KIDD Life (Andreas Johnsen, Danmark)
Beware of mr. Baker (Jay Bulger, USA)
Art Will Save The World (Niall McCann, UK)
LCD Soundsystem: Shut Up and Play the Hits (Dylan Southern & Will Lovelace, UK)
Gainbourg by Gainsbourg: An Intimate Self Portrait (Pierre-Henry Salfati, Frankrig)
NYX. Are we the Children of the Night? (Thomas Rabillon, Frankrig)
The Secret Disco Revolution (Jamie Kastner, Canada)
Charles Bradley: Soul of America (Poull Brien, USA)
Mission to Lars (William Spicer & James Moore, UK)
JURY
KIRIL SOROKIN
programme director of the Beat Film Festival in Moscow
KRISTIAN LETH
radio and television host based in Copenhagen
EVA MARIE RØDBRO
filmmaker and photographer based in Copenhagen
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AMNESTY:AWARD
The AMNESTY:AWARD was founded in partnership with Amnesty International Denmark in the
hope that film can inspire us to think, act and challenge our understanding of the world we live
in. The Amnesty Award series presents ten international films in a league of their own with a
focus on human rights. Most importantly, the films selected for the Amnesty section are powerful
cinematic works in their own right and with distinct auteur traits.
A World Not Ours (Mahdi Fleifel, Libanon)
True Story of Love, Life, Death and Sometimes Revolution (Nidal Hassan & Lilibeth
C.Rasmussen, Syrien/Danmark)
White Black Boy (Camilla Magid, Danmark)
Fortress (Lukas Kokes & Klara Tasovska, Tjekkiet)
Tomorrow (Andrey Grayzev, Rusland)
The Law in These Parts (Ra'anan Alexandrowicz, Israel)
Revision (Philip Scheffner, Tyskland)
Big Boys Gone Bananas (Fredrik Gertten, Sverige)
Living / Building (Clémence Ancelin, Frankrig)
In-Between Days (Sankhajit Biswas, Indien)
The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer, USA/Danmark)
The Girl From The South (José Luis Garcia)
JURY
PETR LOM
Czech-born filmmaker based in Norway
CAMILLA NIELSSON
filmmaker based in Copenhagen
ORWA NYRABIA
independent Syrian documentary film producer, filmmaker, actor, writer and co-founder of DOX
BOX International Documentary Film Festival
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SONIC:DOX AWARD
This year CPH:DOX launches a new prize, the SONIC:DOX Award for best sound design in a
Danish documentary. The Award will be handed out to the sound designer and consists of
10.000 DKK, kindly sponsored by FAF with the help of Cyberfarm.
The sound designer is not alone in creating the sound and therefore there will also be a prize to
the director and the producer of the winning film. Each of them will receive 10.000 DKK
earmarked for sound design on their next project.
NOMINATED FILMS
White Black Boy (sound: Peter Albrechtsen)
Moon Rider (sound: Rasmus Winther Jensen)
Searching for Bill (sound: Lea Korsgaard)
The Village at the End of the World (sound: Bobby Hess)
A Normal Life (sound: Kristian Selin Eidnes Andersen)
Dance for Me (sound: Sille Just Boel)
The Ghost of Piramida (sound: Rune Palving)
Ballerina (sound: Lars Halvorsen)
JURY
Christina Rosendahl
film director
Søren Stærmose
producer
Kim Skotte
film critic
Paul Davies
sound designer
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FILMS
We are showing over 200 films, grouped under five categories: HITS, POLITICS, MUSIC, ART
& DRAMA!
Should you need information about a specific film please contact the Press Department.
EVENTS & PARTIES
Since the very beginning, we’ve been taking movies out of the cinemas and placed them in a
context that we hope will enhace the audience’s experience.
Along those lines, this year we are screening a universally appealing film ’Bestiaire’ in the Zoo
after closing time, followed by a guided tour. We have borrowed a truckload of swan-shaped
water bikes to properly celebrate the international premiere of Andrew Kötting’s film
’Swandown’. And we are covering the American presidential election which is taking place in the
middle of the festival with an all-night event (the time difference, mind you).
Last, but certainly not least, CPH:DOX 2012 is opening and closing with gala events in the
atmospheric venues of Koncerthuset (Denmark’s Radio) and Bremen Theatre.
SEMINARS & DEBATES
Again this year, CPH:DOX presents a broadly conceived seminar programme, which gives
audiences as well as professionals from the international industry the chance to become
acquainted with a large number of filmmakers, artists, debaters, and others with ideas and fresh
insight to spare.
Peter Mettler, Swedish director duo Hanna Heilborn and David Arowonoritz, and sound genius
Paul Davies are present for masterclasses. In relation to our special thematic focus series, India
Unreal and Empire, we have invited a long line of writers, journalists, bloggers, and artists to
give their perspective on things.
And for the film professionals, a long strand of seminars dedicated to the latest from the
industry. From the launch of our new cross-media initiative SWIM to case studies in 3D
filmmaking and interactive, online storytelling. We are continuing our ART:FILM symposium
dedicated the production of artists’ film in collaboration with LUX and our new partner, the
International Film Festival Rotterdam.
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CONCERTS
AUDIO:VISUALS is an exclusive concert series curated and produced by CPH:DOX, and held
during the festival between November 1 – 12, 2012. It is an ambitious attempt to explore the
field between visual art, and live music in new and challenging ways, presented at special
venues in Copenhagen.
The concept is simple: we have invited some of the most exciting musicians and film, visual and
performance artists from both Denmark and abroad to collaborate creatively across different
media and genres.
The idea is to combine live concerts, stage acts and installations in unique events where sound,
light and performance take part on an equal basis. And ’unique’ is to be taken literally.The
events in the series will only be presented this once.
Musically the series covers a wide field, but one current has proven extra strong this year:
Maximalism! In line with our special focus on the –ism of excess, a long line of the bands and
artists present here are cranking it up to 11 on the scale from 1 to 10. We are especially
delighted to bid our official favourite band Animal Collective back to the festival, where they
appeared last in 2010 with a live show along with an installation produced exclusive for
CPH:DOX and a guest curated film programme.
AUDIO:VISUALS take place in different venues around Copenhagen from The National Gallery
(Statens Musem for Kunst) and Kunsthal Charlottenborg, to our own venues Bremen Theater
and DOX:CLUB, both located in the heart of the city.
PRESS ACCREDITATION
PRESS ACCREDITATION
You can get in to any movie with your accreditation, which also works for debates and
seminars. However it does not work for other events (such as concerts), where, for attending,
you must request a ticket in advance by writing to our press assistant, Letitia at
[email protected],
If you still haven’t applied for a press accreditation, you can do so HERE.
If we are unable to offer you a press accreditation we would be happy to help by offering you
free press tickets for the films you would like to write about.
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VENUES
BREMEN TEATER
NYROPSGADE 39-41 1602 KØBENHAVN K TEL. 33139090
BYENS LYS - A
FABRIKSOMRÅDET 1440 KØBENHAVN K
CHARLOTTENBORG - B
NYHAVN 2 1051 KØBENHAVN K KUNSTHALCHARLOTTENBORG.DK
CINEMATEKET - C
GOTHERSGADE 55 1123 KØBENHAVN K TEL. 33743412 CINEMATEKET.DK
CPH SKATEPARK
ENGHAVEVEJ 80 KØBENHAVN V
COPENHAGENSKATEPARK.DK
DAGMAR TEATRET - D
JERNBANEGADE 2 1608 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 70131211 KINO.DK
DIN NYE VEN - E
SANKT PEDERS STRÆDE 34 1453 KØBENHAVN K
DOX:CLUB I TEATER GROB - F
NØRREBROGADE 37 2200 KØBENHAVN N TEL. 35300500 GROB.DK
EMPIRE BIO - G
GULDBERGSGADE 29F 2200 KØBENHAVN N TEL. 35360036 EMPIREBIO.DK
FALKONER BIOGRAFEN - H
SYLOWS ALLE 15 2000 FREDERIKSBERG C
FORTUNEN - I
VED STRANDEN 18 1061 KØBENHAVN K
GLORIA - J
RÅDHUSPLADSEN 59 1550 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 33124292 GLORIA.DK
GRAND TEATRET - K
MIKKEL BRYGGERSGADE 8 1460 KØBENHAVN K TEL. 33151611 GRANDTEATRET.DK
HUSETS BIOGRAF - L
MAGSTRÆDE 14 1466 KØBENHAVN K HUSETMAGSTRAEDE.
IMPERIAL - M
VED VESTERPORT 4 1612 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 70131211 KINO.DK
JAZZHOUSE - N
NIELS HEMMINGSENS GADE 10 1714 KØBENHAVN K
KONCERTHUSET I DR BYEN
EMIL HOLMS KANAL 20 ØRESTADEN
KØBENHAVNS RÅDHUS
RÅDHUSPLADSEN 1 KØBENHAVN
LOPPEN - O
SYDOMRÅDET 4 B 1.SAL 1440 CHRISTIANIA TEL. 35578422 LOPPEN.DK
MADKLUBBEN TIVOLI
VESTERBROGADE 3 1630 KØBENHAVN V
MAYHEM
RAGNHILDGADE 1 2200 KØBENHAVN NV
METRO: KGS. NYTORV
KONGENS NYTORV KØBENHAVN K
MEYERS MADHUS
NØRREBROGADE 52 C 2200 KØBENHAVN N
PALADS - P
AXELTORV 9 1612 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 70131211 KINO.DK
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PLANETEN - L
MAGSTRÆDE 14 1466 KØBENHAVN K
POLITIKENS FOREDRAGSSAL
VESTERGADE 28. 1471 KØBENHAVN K
PUMPEHUSET - Q
STUDIESTRÆDE 52 1554 KØBENHAVN V PUMPEHUSET.DK
SLOTTET TIVOLI
H.C.ANDERSENS BOULEVARD 22 1553 KØBENHAVN V
STATENS MUSEUM FOR KUNST - R
SØLVGADE 48-50 1307 KØBENHAVN K SMK.DK
VEGA - S
ENGHAVEVEJ 40 1674 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 33257011 VEGA.DK
VESTER VOV VOV - T
ABSALONSGADE 5 1658 KØBENHAVN V TEL. 33244200 VESTERVOVVOV.DK
ZOO
ROSKILDEVEJ 32 2000 FREDERIKSBERG
AARHUS ØST FOR PARADIS
PARADISGADE 7-9 8000 AARHUS C TEL. 86193122
MALMÖ KONSTHALL
SANKT JOHANNESGATAN 7, 211 46 MALMÖ
CHECK OUT THE MAP ON THE NEXT PAGE
2011
prize winners
DOX:AWARD
Two years at Sea, Ben Rivers, UK
NEW:VISION AWARD
It May Be That Beauty Has Strengthened Our Resolve, Philippe Grandrieux, France
NORDIC:DOX AWARD
Imagining Emanuel, Thomas A Østbye, Norway
AMNESTY AWARD
Crulic, Anca Damina, Romania
DANISH:DOX AWARD
Testamentet, Christian Sønderby Jepsen, Denmark
SOUND & VISION AWARD
Grandma Lo-Fi, Kristín Björk Kristjánsdóttir, Orri Jónsson & Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, Iceland
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