Photo: Mie Brinkmann
On the first day of the festival you can come to world premiers about classical design, musical stars and the life as refugee child. Get the full overview of today’s wolrd premiers.
Pelota + Pelota II
Classic Jørgen Leth. An evocative and culturally sensitive film about a game and its traditions.
A Home in the World
Life as an asylum child in Denmark seen through the eyes of 10-year-old Magomed.
A Place Called Lloyd
The solidarity is reward enough at a bankrupt airline in Bolivia, portrayed in a stylistically and photographically complete portrait of a resilient community.
Blur: New World Towers
From an unexpected breakthrough in Hong Kong, which became the first tentative steps towards the first album as a reunited band after 16 years.
The making of Lars H.U.G.’s first solo album in 21 years in a film about aiming for the stars – and finally reaching them.
Dreaming of Denmark
Arrived in Denmark at the age of 15, thrown out again at the age of 18. An Afghan teenager’s life as a refugee in a powerful and personal film.
Børge Mogensen – Designs for life
The story of the man behind the design classics is also a piece of contemporary history about a Denmark in transition – and about quality that lasts.
Waiting for B
Millions of Beyoncé fans can’t be wrong! Two months in concert queue outside a Brazilian stadium in a country where music is much more than just pop.