NEUROSCIENCE: Major developments within neuroscience have led to incredible progress in treating illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease and severe depression. But what future lies ahead for the human mind when we start tampering with our brain and emotions?
CPH:DOX: «Our festival keeps a sense of being that kind of girl in class, asking the questions that provoke the teacher,» – Niklas Engstrøm, Head of Program Department at CPH:DOX
Two highlights of Doclisboa 2018 were documentaries from an often-overlooked category – the mid-length film.
The new documentary by Marcus Lindeen tells the story of the 1973 Acali experiment and the surprising results that emerged from the 101 days at sea.
A magnificent documentary about the natural origins of what we consider to be man-made and the connection between man and nature.
Social experiments, nudity and methods to the madness – don’t miss this year’s edition of CPH:Dox.
DOX:LAB experiments with hybrid forms of filmmaking, enabling crossovers, not only between directors and cultures, but also between storytelling and languages of film.
Pamela Cohn writes about a new international platform for art and film. Works of this nature must be careful not to devolve into a metaphysical morass, a soupy incomprehensible mess,to the point of total disengagement.
American writer and filmmaker Harriette Yahr travelled to the world of food at CPh:DOX in Denmark.
The new:Vision Award is a competition for documentaries that are experimental innovative, reflective – but beyond the limits of reality. DOX’s Pamela Cohn participated.
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