We are proud to announce that The Distant Barking of Dogs has received the award for Best Documentary at the Bodil Awards.Read More
We are proud to announce that The Distant Barking of Dogs is the winner of Billedbladet’s documentary TV prize which is accompanied by 100,000 DKK.Read More
Following the Oscar-shortlisting of The Distant Barking of Dogs in December, the film will be screened at select locations in the US this January.Read More
The Distant Barking of Dogs is 1 of 5 films nominated for the European Film Academy Awards for European Documentary.
A full list of times and locations for pitches and screenings of Final Cut for Real productions and co-productions at IDFA 2018.Read More
The Distant Barking of Dogs was nominated for Best Cinematography and Best Music Score, and wins honorable mention for the Pare Lorentz Award at the IDA Documentary Awards.Read More
We are proud to announce that ‘Forget Me Not’ won Best Pitch at the Docs Port Incheon in South Korea this weekend.Read More
Final Cut for Real will be pitching three projects at this year’s IDFA Forum, Forget me not (Sun Hee Engelstoft), School Shooters (Frida and Lasse Barkfors) and Democrats II (Camilla Nielsson).Read More
We are very proud to annonce Simon Lereng Wilmont’s Distant Barking of Dogs has won Audience Award at this year’s Nordisk Panorama in Malmö.Read More
Rebecca Daly’s Good Favour has its Danish premiere on the 7th of October at 16:30 in Grand Teatret, Copenhagen.Read More
We're happy to announce that Simon Lereng Wilmont’s engrossing work ‘The Distant Barking of Dogs’ won yet another award. This time for Best Film in the International Competition of CinéDOC-Tbilisi International Documentary Film Festival in Georgia.
We are proud to announce that we are presenting no less than three films at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto this year: The Distant Barking of Dogs, What Walaa Wants and Dreaming Murakami.
Following the lives of a 10-year old Ukrainian boy caught in a raging conflict, a young girl fighting for her right to train as a policewoman in Palestine, and a 60-year old Danish translator immersing herself in the surreal world of Haruki Murakami, the films speak to the heterogeneity of our output, and in each their own way, offer gripping and poetic stories about personal struggle and perseverance.Read More
Simon Lereng Wilmont's film The Distant Barking of Dogs has won the McBaine Documentary Feature Award at San Francisco's SFFILM Festival, along with a $10,000 prize.Read More
We are very proud to announce that The Distant Barking of Dogs won the Dragon Award at Göteborg Film Festival 2018 for Best Nordic Dox.Read More
We are very proud that The Nile Hilton Incident (known in Denmark by the name Cairo Confidential) won no less than 5 Guldbagger at the Swedish Academy Film Awards last night.Read More
We are so happy and honoured that The Distant Barking of Dogs took home the Best First Appearance Award at IDFA 2017.
The film is directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont and produced by Monica Hellström and had its world premiere at IDFA 2017.Read More