Join CPH:DOX in the fight against alternative facts with CPH:SCIENCE, a comprehensive programme of science documentaries, conversations between artists and scientists and industry meetings at the intersection of film and scientific research.

CPH:DOX launches this year the CPH:SCIENCE programme in collaboration with Lundbeckfonden. The programme aims to make science more interesting and accessible for everyone in society in a time where our access to facts is particularly under pressure. Therefore CPH:DOX offers activities that aim to rethink our relationship to science for audiences, schools, research institutions and the film industry.

The programme will be launched at Bremen Teater on March 16 with the Danish premiere of Terrence Malick’s epic documentary ‘Voyage of Time’, which Eske Willerslev and Kristian Leth discuss in extension in their book ‘The History of it All’. Vincent Hendrick will speak on March 21 about the researcher’s social responsibility in relation to some of the major global challenges during our international conference day Science & Film at Kunsthal Charlottenborg. On March 25, we will close CPH:SCIENCE at Bremen with the science talk show Reflections: Trust, Anger and Ants, where the host Poul Nesgaard will speak with actress Trine Dyrholm and psychiatrist Bent Rosenbaum about anger based on three brand new short films directed by Jacob Thuesen: ‘Trust’, ‘Anger’ and ‘Ants’, inspired by the popular book series by Aarhus Universitetsforlag called ‘Reflections’.

See a lot of contemporary documentaries from around the world about science and technology in our programme Before And After Science and meet to this effect a volcanologist, a plasma physicist, GMO-positive plant biologists and other world leading researches and international figures who deal with everything ranging from robotics to ant life, and back to the Bing Bang – come satisfy your curiosity at CPH:SCIENCE!

You will see the entire CPH:SCIENCE programme online on March 1 and can buy tickets at