CPH:DOX Announces Initial Slate Of Films

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CPH:DOX’s has revealed no less than 20 films from this year’s programme – from movies that put a spotlight on Syria via an activist film with Russel Brand to a documentary about the Romanian VHS revolution.

If you can’t wait for this year’s festival programme to be announced on October 16, CPH:DOX already jumped the gun and announced 20 films and eight concerts.

Films

’The Yes Men Are Revolting’, Laura Nix and The Yes Men
’The Emperor’s New Clothes’, Michael Winterbottom
’Banksy Does New York’, Chris Moukarbel
’Bikes vs. Cars’, Fredrik Gertten
’How to Change the World’, Jerry Rothwell
’Homeland (Iraq Year Zero)’, Abbas Fahdel
’T(error)’, Lyric R. Cabral & David Felix Sutcliffe
’Chuck Norris vs. Communism’, Ilinca Calugareanu
’Cartel Land’, Matthew Heineman
’Deep Web’, Alex Winter
’Deprogrammed’, Mia Donovan
‘Above and Below’, Nicolas Steiner
’A Syrian Love Story’, Sean McAllister
’The Amina Profile’, Sophie Deraspe
’Flotel Europa’, Vladimir Tomic
’Cool Cats’, Janus Køster
‘The Reflektor Tapes’, Kahlil Joseph
‘They Will Have to Kill Us First’, Johanna Schwartz
‘Born To Lose’, Palle Demant
‘Waiting for B’, Paulo Cesar Toledo and Abigail Spindel

Concerts

Jonathan Johannsson
Den Sorte Skole
Deerhunter
Thurston Moore
Matana Roberts
Darkstar
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Khaira Arby

www.cphdox.dk

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