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CPH:DOX – Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival – is one of the largest documentary film festivals in the world. The next edition of CPH:DOX takes place March 18-29, 2020. CPH:DOX was founded in 2003. Supported by film professionals as well as the national press, CPH:DOX grew from 12,000 admissions in its first year to a record-breaking total of 114,400 admissions in 2019. CPH:DOX continues to develop and expand, presenting a program that ranges from the works of major international directors to new talent, from large-scale theatrical releases to film/video works in the field between cinema and visual art. The program goes beyond traditional boundaries between disciplines and media, offering perspectives on creative crossovers between cinema, television and media art.


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Only The Devil Lives Without Hope-documentary-featured

Only the Devil Lives Without Hope

JUSTICE: Standing up to a brutal regime, an Uzbek woman never breaks hope in fighting for fam...
Smog Town-China-documentary-MTR-featured

Smog Town

ENVIRONMENT: Balancing conflicting political demands for clean air and water - and a thriving...
A new beginning-documentary-MTR

A New Beginning

MIGRANTS: Journey into a new life for a Syrian refugee and his son is a poignant story of lov...
Woman-documentary-featuredvideo

Woman

SOCIETY: Woman is the sequel to Yann Arthus-Bertrand's panoramic portrait of humanit...
virtual film festival-MTR views-featured

Postscript: the new virtual normal, covering a film festival during COVID-19

VIEWS: In the new COVID-19 reality, the virtual film festival has become the new normal. ...
Inland-documentary-featured

Inland

CULTURE: A vulnerable, vivid and sprawling story about the challenges present for a group of ...
Songs of Repression-MTR-Review

Songs of Repression

TRAUMA: The inhabitants of a small German colony in Chile once founded as a sectarian settlem...
shape of things to come-documentary-featured

A Shape of Things to Come

SURVIVAL: Provocative questions about environment and survival amidst the spectre of global c...
No Kings-documentary

No Kings

TRADITION: 150 miles from Rio de Janeiro exists a hidden community descended from indigenous ...
Brooklyn Inshallah-democracy in action-featured

Brooklyn Inshallah

DEMOCRACY: Ahmed Mansour has made a verité film about democracy in action [Director Ahmed M...
Vivos-documentary-Ai Weiwei-MTR

Vivos

REPRESSION: Through intimate interviews and meditative photography, Ai Weiwei provides visual...
Oeconomia-featured-MTR

Oeconomia

CAPITALISM: Carmen Lossman's forensic film lifts the lid on the great con of late capitalism ...
Caught in the Net-MTR-featured

Caught in the Net

ABUSE: In a radical psychosocial experiment, the scope of online child abuse in the Czech Re...
Acasa-Romania-documentary-featured

Acasa, My Home

SOCIETY: On the outskirts of Bucharest, a family lives in harmony with nature until forced to...
Welcome to Chechnya-documentary-featured

Welcome to Chechnya

CONTROL: A group of activists risk unimaginable peril to confront the ongoing anti-LGBTQ prog...
Painter and the Thief-featured

The Painter and the Thief

IDENTITY: Benjamin Ree's spin on the art heist surprises and invites. [Director Benjamin Ree...
MTR Interview-ketil magnussen-Human International Documentary Festival

To be a meeting place

INTERVIEW: Ketil Magnussen, festival director at Human International Documentary Festival in ...

The Social Dilemma, Saudi Runaway

TECHNOLOGY: Sundance 2020 featured several films with tech at their center. [Director Jeff ...
Love Child-documentary-MTR featured

Love Child

MIGRANTS: By focusing on the life of one small family battling faceless bureaucracy in an unc...
MTR Review-Citizen K-Mikhail Khodorkovsky-featured

Citizen K

RUSSIA: Alex Gibney provides an intimate look at post-Soviet Russia from the perspective of M...
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