Today you can meet a sea of directors. But if you are up for something more quiet, you can also experience a film about silence and a “silence concert”. There will also be an extra screening of Naomi Klein’s ‘This Changes Everything’!’

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Extra screening of ’This Changes Everything’
Naomi Klein’s ‘This Changes Everything’ based on the besteller with samme will premiere at this year’s CPH:DOX. But if you did not get tickets to the sold out screening in Empire, then you can attend an exclusive extra screening. The screening will be in TELTET in Kongens Have and Naomi Klein will sign books after the film. Get tickets to the screening here.

Meet the directors
You can meet the directors of many of the films shown today. Meet for example João Paulo Cuenca behind the DOX: AWARD-nominated ‘The Death of J.P. Cuenca’. A young author’s autobiographical film about his own death – and the attempt to solve it. Composed like a work of architecture, edited like a text and presented as a film. See it at Cinemateket at 19:15. Today you can also see ’Gored’, a film about the tough choice between life as a daredevil and as a family father in a highly dramatic portrait of a bullfighter, who might have survived being gored for the last time. It will be screened at 21:30 at Nordisk Film Palads, where you can also meet the director. You can also meet the director of the portuguese hybrid film ’A Girl of Her Age’, between fiction and documentary, youth and adulthood, and a young couple’s widely different views of a dark future, after the screening at 16:45 in Cinemateket. In ‘Déjà vu’ Jon Bang Carlsen looks back at over forty years as a filmmaker in his new essay about taking pictures, filming and looking for ones own path through life. The film will be screening at 21:30 at Cinemateket, where you will be able to meet Bang Carlsen.

You can still get tickets for…
The stylish event i-D Presents: Documentary in Style, where Ravi Amaratunga, i-D’s Global Group Director for film, will present an all-star team of talents in an off-screen conversation about their projects on everything from sex and drugs via street style to racial, gender and identity issues. If you prefer something more quiet, come to ‘In Pursuit of Silence’, which after the screening at 21:30 at Absalon will play a version of John Cage’s 4’33’ for a silent disco. The event is present in collaboration with G((o))ng Tomorrow and Roskilde festival. Read more.

See you!