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The Wait

Rokhsar Sediqi is a 14-year old who lives with her mum, dad and five siblings in the Danish countryside. She has waited four years for a leave to remain in Denmark. [Director Emil Langballe.]

Det Han Gjorde/what He Did

In 1988 Jens Michael Schau killed his life companion of thirteen years in a jealousy fit. As his partner was Denmark’s best selling author and leading open homosexual Christian Kampmann the scandal was unprecedented. What went wrong? [Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen Production: Jesper Jack – House of Real.]


The insects we once regarded with disgust are now being touted as the solution to the world’s food shortages. Can insects really save the world? [Director Andreas Johnsen]

The Commune

«The Commune» takes on the recognition that local socialism is so very hard to achive. [Director Thomas Vinterberg.]


Özge Calafato looks at some of the most compelling recent documentary works from the Arab World.

NIELS PAGH: Body and breath

NIELS PAGH started his career as an assistant to two of Denmark’s most important editors: Christian Hartkopp and Janus Billeskov Jansen. Since 1979, freelance film editor, more than 250 films.

Dummy Jim

Dummy Jim is a film about James Duthie, a deaf traveller. It is a film with an exuberant visual style, and a creative soundtrack as well. But when does style start to make you feel stuck? Can creativity turn into a straitjacket? [Director Matt Hulse]

Mama Europa

Mother Europe gave birth to many children. She raised them with love and with care. Among the children were Belgium and the twins called Denmark. Mother Europe kept having children. [Director Petra Seliskar]

TOP 11 DOCS OF 2012

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


Steffen Moestrup examines the borderland between visual anthropology and documentary filmmaking and finds a wealth of interesting and useful reflections.