Tue Steen Müller
Tue Steen Müller 63 POSTS
Previous founder/editor of the DOX magazine.


A well-wrought thriller about the death of a Swedish UN Secretary-General

In his classic Mads Brügger-film style, the Danish director seeks to find out who stood behind the plane crash that killed the UN secretary-general Dag Hammarskjöld in 1961.


Netflix is an American entertainment company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997, in Scotts Valley, California.




Lida is 81 years old and lives in a dying Swedish settlement in Eastern Ukraine.

TOP 11 DOCS OF 2012

Tue Steen Müller shares his Top 11 docs of 2012 with DOX readers

Leacock’s non-intervention

The exciting life of a true documentarian.

A documentary about passion, love and ambition

Slavik (34), former world champion in Latin American dancing is making a last and final comeback

The Syrian revolution

Everyone has become a journalist in Syria now.


Today an explosion of huge megacities is posing serious local and global challenges: equality, pollution, sustainability, climate, space and infrastructure. The documentary series Cities on Speed focuses on megacity citizens from different backgrounds and with different stories. “When someone is sick, you call a doctor. But who do you call when a city is on the verge of collapse?”

Suppressed people fighting for their freedom

The title refers to the demonstrations on Kalinovski Square after the election on 19 March 2006 where Lukashenko “created” his victory with almost 90% of the votes!