It has been a busy year here at Final Cut for Real, and we are very happy to celebrate this year's CPH:DOX with 4 films in the official program, 3 of which are in competition.
DOX:AWARD Competition: The Act of Killing, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer
Tuesday 30/10 19:00 - The Concert Hall in DR Byen (Opening Gala)
Saturday 03/11 13:30 - Grand Teatret (159 min. version)
Wednesday 07/11 09:00 - Grand Teatret (P & I screening, 159 min. version)
Wednesday 07/11 19:00 - Grand Teatret (DOXBIO, 115 min. version, screened simultaneously in 60 cinemas all across Denmark)
Thursday 08/11 21:30 - Grand Teatret (159 min. version)
Friday 09/11 10:00 - Grand Teatret - (P & I screening, 115 min. version)
NORDIC:DOX AWARD Competition: Travelling with Mr. T, directed by Andreas M. Dalsgaard & Simon Lereng Wilmont
Sunday 04/11 21:30 - Dagmar Teatret
Wednesday 07/11 19:15 - Cinemateket
Thursday 08/11 12:00 - Cinemateket (P & I screening)
Sunday 11/11 21:30 - Palads Biograferne
NORDIC:DOX AWARD Competition: The Human Scale, directed by Andreas M. Dalsgaard
Thursday 01/11 17:00 - Grand Teatret
Sunday 04/11 16:00 - Grand Teatret
Wednesday 07/11 14:30 - MALMÖ KONSTHALL
Thursday 08/11 10:00 - Grand Teatret (P & I screening)
Saturday 10/11 12:00 - MALMÖ KONSTHALL
Sunday 11/11 12:00 - Grand Teatret
Also screening is Canned Dreams, directed by Katja Gauriloff, produced by Jonas Berghäll, Oktober Oy (Finland) and co-produced by Final Cut for Real.
Tuesday 06/11 17:30- Empire Bio
Friday 09/11 17:00 - Vester Vov Vov
Sunday 11/11 19:00 - Palads Biograferne
On Tuesday November 6 there will also be a special seminar called "3D Case Study - Cathedrals of Culture". Here Erwin M. Schmidt from Neue Road Movies in Berlin and Anne Köhncke from Final Cut for Real will talk about challenges and experiences with developing, financing, producing and distributing a revolutionary and thought-provoking TV-series in 3D and 2D.
This is of course related to the series Cathedrals of Culture which Final Cut for Real is co-producing with Neue Road Movies.
For more about the festival: Click here to visit CPH:DOX's website