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The Danish Directors 3

Dialogues on the New Danish Documentary Cinema

Following the two previous volumes in this series of practitioner interviews with Danish directors, Danish Directors 3 focuses on Danish documentary cinema. Although many of the directors interviewed here have ventured successfully into the terrain of fiction, their main contributions to the thriving post-80s milieu lie in the interconnected areas of documentary film and television. Emphasizing the new documentary cinema, this book features filmmakers who belong to the generation born in the 1970s. Many of the interviewees were trained at the National Film School of Denmark’s now legendary Department of Documentary and Television. The term “new” also captures tendencies that cut across the work of the filmmakers. For example, for the generation in question, internationalization and the development of a new digital media culture are inevitable aspects of everyday life, and, indeed, of the professional environments in which they operate. A comprehensive overview of documentary directors currently working in Denmark, this is the only book of its kind about this growing area of Danish cinema.


440 pages | 20 halftones | 7 x 9 | © 2014

Film Studies


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

1. Phie Ambo

2. Dola Bonfils

3. Dorte Høeg Brask

4. Mads Brüger

5. Pernille Rose Grønkjær

6. Jesper Jargil

7. Torben Skjødt Jensen

8. Max Kestner

9. Mikala Krogh

10. Simone Aaberg Kærn

11. Asger Leth

12. Janus Metz

13. Eva Mulvad

14. Michael Noer

15. Katia Forbert Petersen

16. Jeppe Rønde

17. Sami Saif

18. Anne Wivel

19. Anders Østergaard

Glossary

Index of Titles and Names

Index of the Institutional Landscape and Central Topics

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