The Danish Directors 2

Dialogues on the New Danish Fiction Cinema

Edited by Mette Hjort, Eva Jørholt and Eva Novrup Redvall

The Danish Directors 2

Edited by Mette Hjort, Eva Jørholt and Eva Novrup Redvall

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

310 pages | 30 halftones | 7 x 9 | © 2010
Paper $28.50 ISBN: 9781841502717 Published August 2010 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
Over the last two decades or so, the New Danish Cinema has established itself as an important source of cinematic renewal and innovation, and as a model for how small, minor or peripheral cinemas can survive in an industry dominated by Global Hollywood. Following in the footsteps of critically-acclaimed The Danish Directors (also published by Intellect), The Danish Directors 2 provides a practitioner’s perspective on the social, cultural, and economic milieus in which Danish film-makers have been able to develop their practice, and to thrive.

With insider information about the making, marketing and distribution of award-winning films, and interviews with seminal directors such as Anders Thomas Jensen, Annette K. Olesen, and Lone Scherfig, The Danish Directors 2 allows readers entry into what might seem to be a forbidding body of work. The editors are knowledgeable and sensitive interrogators, and their appreciation of the specific qualities of each director’s work elicits thoughtful replies. This volume will appeal to students, scholars, and cinephiles alike.



Chapter 1:    Nikolaj Arcel
Chapter 2:    Christoffer Boe
Chapter 3:    Pernille Fischer Christensen
Chapter 4:    Per Fly
Chapter 5:    Peter Schønau Fog
Chapter 6:    Henrik Ruben Genz
Chapter 7:    Anders Thomas Jensen
Chapter 8:    Hella Joof
Chapter 9:    Ole Christian Madsen
Chapter 10:  Anders Morgenthaler
Chapter 11:  Annette K. Olesen
Chapter 12:  Niels Arden Oplev
Chapter 13:  Lone Scherfig
Chapter 14:  Omar Shargawi
Chapter 15:  Simon Staho
Chapter 16:  Paprika Steen
Chapter 17:  Jacob Thuesen


Review Quotes
Graeme Harper, Bangor University

“I see this as a book that has the potential to achieve what might be called ‘cult’ status.”

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