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CPH:DOX Unveils Full 2017 Program

CPH:DOX Unveils Full 2017 Program

Dealing with the complete transformation of our common reality and current world order, CPH:DOX is back with their first spring edition ever. Taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16-26 March, CPH:DOX is a reflection, a comeback and a counter-attack on behalf of art, our common reality and truth. A massive attack in the form of


CPH:DOX Announces ‘Last Men In Aleppo’ 2017 Opening Night Film

Having just received the Grand Jury Documentary Prize at Sundance last week, ‘Last Men in Aleppo’ will now open the 2017 CPH:DOX Documentary Festival. The 15 March screening marks the European Premiere of the acclaimed documentary, as CPH:DOX brings its 14th lineup across Denmark. The date also marks exactly 6 years since the Syrian revolution started,


CPH:DOX Announces Initial Slate Of Films

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

Brooklyn Film Festival Announces Feature Film Lineup For 17th Annual Edition: Formula

Brooklyn Film Festival, the largest and longest running festival in Brooklyn and the oldest international competitive festival in New York, is proud to announce its feature film line-up for its 2014 festival, themed FORMULA, comprised of bold, brave and unique indie films and new discoveries, many from first-time feature filmmakers from Brooklyn and beyond. The

Slamdance’s 20th Festival Announces Dynamic 2014 Feature Film Competition Lineup

The 2014 Slamdance Film Festival will run concurrently with the Sundance Film Festival, January 17-23, 2014 in Park City, Utah. Slamdance continues to serve as a showcase for the discovery and development of emerging independent talent and their unique cinematic vision. Slamdance is the only festival programmed entirely by filmmakers. With over half of 2013’s