Posts Tagged ‘FILM’

27 February: a documentary about photographing skaters

Posted 20 February 2012 by Leh
Grand Teatret, Mikkel Bryggersgade 8, sidestreet to Strøget, city Show map
80 kr.

21:30 – ?? // 80 kr.

A “behind the scene” documentary about six european skate photographers, filmed completely on super 8 film. I’m not that much into skating, but this sounds like a big aesthetic experience. Especially if you’re both interested in photography and skating.

Read more about the movie and watch the trailer at SweetTalkCopenhagen.

Also some of the photos from the movie will be exhibited at hotel Fox (no entrance fee). Hotel Fox has some of the most amazing interieur decorations I’ve seen . If you haven’t been there yet – this is a good opportunity to both see a (I presume) great exhibition and a hotel out of the ordinary.

Book tickets at Grand Teatret.

11 February: CPH Movie Evenings

Posted 7 February 2012 by Plyck
Støberiet, Blågårds Plads 3, 2200 Copenhagen N. Show map
Free, cheap beer and popcorn.

20:00 – 23:00 // free entrance

Watch international films for free with Copenhagen Movie Evenings.

Tired of all the snow, minus degrees and icy pavements? Really just wanna stay at home, cuddled up in a blanket? Well, this event is worth fighting the cold winter for.

Every second Thursday of the month all winter long, CPH Movie Evenings shows films from all around the world, films reflecting the complex world we live in. All films will be in English or with English subtitles, and it’s films that are not premiering in the commercial cinemas. The keywords for the films showed is “identity and culture in a political and social world – one way or another.”

The films are for free and the cafe will sell popcorn and cheap beer. Another cool thing is that every film will be chosen by the audience who shows up on the evening. You can propose and read about the films on CPH Movie Evenings’ website.

So put on that woolen underwear, get out the door and enjoy a cozy evening at Støberiet.

See event on Facebook

7 February: Sunday on a tuesday

Posted 5 February 2012 by Leh
Huset, Magstræde 14, second floor Show map
no entrance fee

19:00, 20:00, 21:00, 22:00 // no entrance fee

Huset i Magstræde (the house in Magstræde) hosts various cultural events such as independant theatre and concerts. The house is really cosy and is located in the “old” crooked part of inner city.

There’s also a small cinema in the house, that features selected cult movies and on tuesday you can experience the cinema for free, when the Danish short film Søndag / herfra hvor vi står (Sunday / from where we stand) has its premier.

I’m expecting something really Copenhagen’ish as the main character is Steen Jørgensen, an “old” beloved Danish musician and because the story takes place in a traditional courtyard in Nørrebro. The plot is love.

The short film is 30 minutes long and is shown four times from 19:00 – 22:00. Remember cash if you want something from the bar. Prepare yourself for an all Danish experience; without knowing, I’m guessing it’s without subtitles – but don’t let that scare you off, love is an universal language right?

See the cinema’s program here.

See event on facebook.

1 December: Doc Lounge

Posted 29 November 2010 by Anne
@ Huset Magstræde, Rådhusstræde 13, Copenhagen K Show map
50 Dkk

19:00 // 50 Dkk

doc loungeDoc Lounge is showing Davis Guggenheim’s documentary  “It Might Get Loud” featuring The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) and Jack White (White Stripes).

The film lets three generations of rock guitarists tell their own story. Follow Page to Headly Grange, where “Led Zeppelin IV” was recorded or hear Jack White tell about how it was to grow up in Detroit with ten siblings and two drum sets in a house full of musically gifted people.

Doors open at 19:00 and the film starts at 20:00

http://doclounge.dk

4-14 November: CPH:DOX 2010

Posted 5 November 2010 by Mai Ji
All over Copenhagen Show map

Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival CPH: DOX, which in 2003 started out as Natfilm Festivalen, has been expanding ever since the start and has become Denmark’s ambassador in documentaries.

Over the next ten days the festival challenges the traditional boundaries between genres and media and apart from the many movies the program offers a wide range of cross-alliances between film, media, sound and art.

Here are a few star sprinkles from the program to you:

5 Nov: A metro ride to Norway @Kgs Nytorv metro st, 17:00 // free entrance
In cooperation with the Cph Metro the festival shows the much talked about film Bergensbanen – the 7-hour movie recorded through the windscreen of a train on the 377 km long journey from Bergen to Oslo in Norway.

Throughout the film the camera is kept in the same position while the train chugs over 300 bridges, through nearly 200 tunnels and numerous smaller cities in Norway.

The train journey begins in Kgs. Nytorv metro st and the experience will be spiced up with audio from Jonas Munk and DJ Kim LAS.

11 Nov: An afternoon w/ Ben & Josh Safdie @Teater Grob, 15:00-16:30 // free entrance
Experience the two American brothers and independent-darlings Ben & Josh Safdie talking about how they have conquered the festival world and the hearts of the audience through their poetic and dreamy everyday stories.

You also get the opportunity to see the movies ‘We Are Going To The Zoo’ (Josh) and ‘The Acquaintances of a Lonely John’ (Ben). There will be snacks and a free organic beer to all guests. Sounds like a cozy afternoon.

14 Nov: Animal Collective vs Danny Perez @the National Gallery SMK, 19:00-midnight // 200 Dkk
Along with their regular visual collaborator Danny Perez the experimental band Animal Collective presents the brand new installation ‘Globby Bodies’.

The concert is part of the AUDIO:VISUALS program that combines images and live music. This live performance which stretches over five hours will fill out four of the exhibition spaces in the building. So you can expect a barrage on your senses as the show will include installation, dj sets, video, space and various projections and sound systems.

13 November: Youtube Battle

Posted 30 October 2010 by Anne
@Store Vega, Enghavevej 40, Copenhagen V Show map

Starts at 22:00 // 60 Dkk entrance

youtube battleThe documentary festival CPH:DOX is repeating last year’s success of the YouTube battle – and this time, it’s gonna be awesome

Eight teams will be battling for the audience’s attention. Among these are the two finalists from last year as well as a CPH:DOX all-star team. The teams will be battling two and two, showing a selection of entertaining, disgusting, fun, surprising, spectacular or kick-ass YouTube clips. Based on the reaction of the audience, the winning team will continue on until the winner is found.

It will be a true battle of courage visual knowledge. The evening will be hosted by Danish director Michael Noer.

Bye tickets at Billetlugen or at the door.

For inspiration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q311fInPEjc

22-24 October: Beatniks in fact & fiction

Posted 22 October 2010 by Mai Ji
Husets Biograf, Magstræde 14, Copenhagen K Show map

Friday 19:00, Saturday 15:00, Sunday 13:00 // 70 Dkk (Friday 50 Dkk)

Join the three-day mini film festival in Husets Biograf this weekend and take a closer look into the story about the Beat generation.

Unlike other film festivals in Copenhagen, Husets Biograf is known to zoom in on a single topic or a single person, where you can actually manage to see every film on the program.

This program focuses not only on the authentic aspects of the American Beat movement through a series of documentaries, but will also explore the ways in which this movement was resold to the public. A ‘popularization’ which among other turned Beats into ‘beatniks’.

Among others you can see the documentaries “Bukowski – Born Into This’ on Los Angeles’ most famous everyday poet, ‘The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg’ about the Beat Generation’s most prominent figure, and ‘Whatever Happened to Kerouac?’.

Saturday and Sunday writer and director Lars Movin will introduce the films and answer questions from the audience.

See the full program at www.husetsbio.dk

5 October: Exit Through the Gift Shop

Posted 28 September 2010 by Anne
@ Bolsjebio,The Candy Factory, Lærkevej 11, Copenhavn NV Show map

20:30-22:30 // I think the entrance is free

exit through the gift shopIf you are into Banksy, then head out for The Candy Factory, who this night will show the first film by the renowned graffiti and street artist. The film was very hot during this years, where it made its debut.

Exit Through the Gift Shop tells the true story of how an eccentric French shop keeper turned documentary maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. The film contains exclusive footage of Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Invader and many of the worlds most infamous graffiti artists at work.

www.banksyfilm.com

10 October: Record Fair and Film

Posted 27 September 2010 by Anne
@Cinemateket, Gothersgade 55, Copenhagen K Show map

12:00 – 18:00 // 75 Dkk for the film

i need that recordAs part of the festival called Film & Music – a festival dedicated to music films – you can watch the documentary “I need that record”. The film is about the conditions of independent record stores in the US. It tells a story of greedy record labels, a struggling subculture, media power, giant chain stores and the digital revolution. The film starts 16:30.

As a warm up to the film, you can take part in a small record fair 12:00-16:00 with Copenhagen’s independent records stores. So get yourself a good bargain, or a beer or coffee in the bar.

Film & Music festival runs from 7-10 October in Cinemateket.

www.filmandmusic.dk

17 September: CGLFF 25th Program release

Posted 15 September 2010 by Mai Ji
Cosy Bar, Studiestræde 24, Copenhagen K Show map

20:00-02:00 // free entrance

CGLFF stands for Copenhagen Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and this year the group of volunteers behind the festival will welcome you to ‘la grande’ silver wedding party, meaning that CGLFF celebrates it’s 25th edition.

This makes CGLFF the longest running gay and lesbian film festival in the world.

To mark the anniversary the crew invites you to the silver wedding at Cosy Bar, which will serve as a program release at the same time for the more than sixty films on the program.

Said in the festival’s own words “We challenge sexual stereotypes. We show films that deal with gender policy and reflect a diverse reality. Films that inspire and/or simply entertains and lightens up the party”. That sounds cool.

On the night there will be ‘pindemadder’ (mini stick sandwiches), free cider from Somersby, hurrays and lots of nice tunes provided by Kim Kemi, Djuna Barnes and dj GUL.

www.cglff.dk

Facebook event (in Danish)

19-21 August: Galore

Posted 4 August 2010 by Anne
@Valby Kulturhus, Toftegårdsplads, Valby Show map

Thu 18:00-22:00, Fri+Sat 12:00-02:00 // free entrance

Galore art event ValbyGo check out a good selection of Denmark’s unestablished and uncensored young contemporary artists at Galore. The days will be filled with both painting, installation, street art, drawings, experimental music and film screenings.

Activities will take place both inside, outside, up, down and in every possible corner. At Toftegårds Plads you can also participate in workshops: Thursday and Friday, you can redesign your furniture and Saturday, come pimp your bike.

This is the third time Galore takes place and this year about 100 artists are participating. Experience for instance the graffiti and street art collective called The Nom Nom Collective, which among others include the Danish street artists Lints.

Galore is organized by Kraftwerket – a platform run by Copenhagen Municipality for young people to play with art, culture and democracy.

http://projektvaerksted.dk/galore2010/