CPH:DOX is a film festival that puts a great emphasis on music. Music documentaries, concert films and live performances take up a good deal of space in the festival programme. Being the music nerds that we are, we had a chat with Adam Thorsmark, the music programmer at CPH:DOX, about the connection between music and documentaries and what makes good sound for films.
Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, or CPH:DOX, invades Copenhagen this week. It’s a massive program so filled to the brim with audiovisual treats that it’s already spilling over with several warm-up parties, pre-opening events and screenings from the beginning of October. But now we've arrived at the main event. The program kicks off today, Thursday, the 1st of November, and that means more than a week of wild excess for lovers of documentary film.
Cinemas all over Denmark are alive with LesbianGayBiTransQueer-related films this week. MIX Copenhagen (the former Copenhagen Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) is on for the 27th time and brings the newest of LGBTQ-themed film making to the Danish viewers.
Our film blogger, Fie, has a thing or two to say about hipster favorite, Wes Anderson.
Indian cinema? You're thinking Bollywood, lavish romantic dramas, sudden outbursts of song and dance, and Hollywood-blockbusters re-made Hindi style. But hold on just a sec... Recent years have seen a breakthrough for India’s independent film production. It's actually tempting to speak of a new wave.
We heart sci-fi cause sci-fi is awesome. Here's a concise ode to two of the genre's mastodonts courtesy of Fie.