CPH:FORUM began today, and TELTET is already packed with filmmakers with exciting pitches and professionals looking for good ideas.

The industry event is CPH:DOX’s international financing and co-production event, dedicated to facilitate the development and financing of creative and visually strong film projects. Like last year, CPH:FORUM will present an extraordinary line up of international film projects.

What is CPH:FORUM?
On 11 and 12 November top producers and highly acknowledged directors from all over the world will enter the stage to pitch their projects to an audience of professionals. We present new projects from two of Denmark’s best producers; Signe Byrge (behind Oscar nominated ’The Act of Killing’) and Sigrid Dyekjær (behind ’Something Better to Come’ and ’Ai Weiwei – The Fake Case’). Furthermore, we present new projects from other prominent filmmakers such as Jehane Noujaim, Peter Mettler, Lucy Walker og Leonard Retel Helmrich, among top names from the international art scene such as Yael Bartana and the artist couple Verena Paravel & Lucien Castaing-Taylor.

The projects at CPH:FORUM are presented in the four categories FICTIONONFICTION, CINEMA, F:ACT og ART aiming to attract professionals from related industries to stimulate new production and financing models.

Impressive guest list
This year we welcome, amongst many others, highly esteemed broadcasters such as ARTE, ZDF, NDR, BBC, DR, film funds from all over Europe as well as Ford Foundation, Tribeca Film Institute, Fondation Cartier, Tate Modern and Sundance Institute.

For the third year running we are proud to present the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award of €15,000 for the event’s best pitch. This year’s Eurimages jury consists of Pierre Drouot , CEO of Flanders Audiovisual Fund and representing Eurimages, Alessandro Raja, CEO of Festival Scope, and Noemi Ferrer Schwenk, Head of the International Department at The Danish Film Institute.

Besides project presentations, CPH:FORUM offers tailored one-on-one meetings between the presenting filmmaker teams, financiers and co-production partners.

The event is for CPH:FORUM accredited guests only. Application for accreditation is now closed.

Read about the projects here:

30 April 1945, Marine Hugonnier, United Kingdom
A Family on the Run, Eva Mulvad, Denmark
Aeterna, Jesper Kurlandsky, Sweden & Fredrik Wenzel, Norway
Anatomy of the Deep State, Friedrich Moser, Austria
Becoming Animal, Emma Davie, Peter Mettler, United Kingdom
Casting JonBenet, Kitty Green, USA, Australia
Ghost Wives, Eva Weber, Denmark
Hunting for Hedonia, Pernille Rose Grønkjær, Denmark
Knot, Etienne Chambaud, France
Let’s Do Some Living in the Afterlife, Giovanni Bucchieri Sweden
Mariupolis, Mantas Kvedaravicius, France, Lithuania, Ukraine, Germany
Moving the Pietà, Bruno Oliviero, Italy, France
My Story, Leo Gabin, Belgium
Nothing is Impossible, Nelly Ben Hayoun
SlumGods, Lucy Walker, United Kingdom
Strong Island, Yance Ford, USA, Denmark
The Camp, Leonard Retel Helmrich, The Netherlands
The Golden Dawn Case, Håvard Bustnes, Norway, Denmark
The Great Game, Andreas M. Dalsgaard, Denmark, Sweden, China
The Marion Stokes Project, Matt Wolf, USA
The Radicals, Jehane Noujaim, USA, United Kingdom
The Story of the Eye I and II, Verena Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor, France, USA
The StrangerMikel Cee Karlsson, Sweden
The White World According to Daliborek, Vít Klusák, Czech Republic
Trophy, Shaul Schwarz, United States, United Kingdom
Untitled Jeffrey Peixoto Documentary, Jeffrey Peixoto, USA
Vivienne Westwood: Get a Life, Lorna Tucker, United Kingdom
Walk in the Park, Miia Tervo, Finland
Watermark, Sharunas Bartas, France, Italy, Lithuania
What if Women Ruled the World, Yael Bartana, United Kingdom
Yves Klein and the City of the Future, Finbarr Wilbrink, The Netherlands, France