Here is the programme for the additional screenings in 2017:

TUESDAY 28

Dries

The designer Dries van Noten is one of his generation’s great innovators. With his beautiful and style-conscious creations, the Belgian fashion designer has since the 1980s established himself as a unique creative force, and at the same time he has managed to avoid compromising his own vision. For the first time, van Noten has allowed a filmmaker to follow him both at work and privately, and ‘Dries’ follows him during an entire year – at work on four collections, from the studio to the catwalk during the Paris Fashion week.

Empire, 17:30, Tickets

Rage

Techno culture and anarchism are two alternative social forms that have much in common in their radical re-evaluation of all social relations. An overlooked but obvious thought that ‘Rage’ takes to the extreme in a philosophical rave party, that gives enough time and space to both the theoreticians and musicians on the fringes of society – and takes them all equally seriously. Light sticks, drum machines and political utopias meet in a dark film that demonstrates that the revolutionary potential of a Roland TB-303 is not just a wild, abstract idea.

Empire, 19:30, Tickets

Last Men in Aleppo

The opening film of this year’s CPH:DOX has already proven its worth and importance by winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in January this year. And the Danish-produced documentary also gets unusually close to the people who don’t run away, but come running, when the bombs explode in Syria’s ravaged city of Aleppo. The doctors from the Syrian aid organisation the White Helmets work their way through collapsed schools and homes to take care of both survivors and the dead.

Grand, 19:00, Tickets

Lovetrue

Alma Har’el is finally back after the trendsetting indie hit ‘Bombay Beach’ with a film about the greatest of all topics: the mystery of love And about what happens when the mystery vanishes and life’s harsh realities emerge. Three love stories make up the kaleidoscopic prism which ‘Lovetrue’ shines through, backed by a floating soundtrack by the LA artist Flying Lotus.

Grand, 21:30, Tickets

Photon

‘Photon’ looks at the universe’s smallest building blocks and biggest mysteries in a staggering cinematic experience of the kind that you have literally never seen before. From the Big Bang to the quantum revolution, and from the beginning of time to the creation of planets and the evolution of biological life over eons – and heading towards an unknown future.

Vester Vov Vov, 19:00, Tickets

WEDNESDAY 29

Min Mor Er Pink

Performance artist Michael Richardt and his mother Malou are ready to go on a road trip around Denmark and Germany. Both to seek out the many short stops in the mother’s life journey, and to rediscover each other. Michael has never known his African father, and the skeletons are rattling in the closet. But if you thought you had seen or heard it all before, then you are in for a surprise. The both flamboyant and sensitive Michael turns up on the day of the departure painted in blue. As in completely blue, from top to toe.

Empire, 17:30, Tickets

DRIB

A viral video of a young Norwegian man who provokes random people on the street to beat him up becomes the first domino to topple in an absurd media saga that sends him to L.A. as the star of a campaign for an energy drink. The advertising executives have dollar signs in their eyes: it is extreme, it is viral and it is everything that young people want! What he hasn’t told anyone is that his videos are fake. And so things go horribly wrong.

Empire, 20:00, Tickets

Last Men in Aleppo

The opening film of this year’s CPH:DOX has already proven its worth and importance by winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in January this year. And the Danish-produced documentary also gets unusually close to the people who don’t run away, but come running, when the bombs explode in Syria’s ravaged city of Aleppo. The doctors from the Syrian aid organisation the White Helmets work their way through collapsed schools and homes to take care of both survivors and the dead.

Grand, 21:30, Tickets

Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee

Sex, drugs, murder and yoga. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker Nanette Burstein dives into the wild story of the antivirus creator John McAfee, and paints a picture of a paranoid, megalomaniac eccentric. After earning millions on his software in the 1990s, John McAfee moved to Belize’s sun-drenched jungle, where he created a haven protected by gangsters and with an abundance of drugs and young girls. In 2012, he fled to Guatemala after his neighbour was found dead with a gunshot wound. And in 2016, he ran for President of the United States. Too good to be true?

Vester Vov Vov, 19:00. Tickets

Wild Plants

Urban gardening and floral philosophy in a film that goes beyond man himself and rethinks our place in a vibrant, flourishing world. Urban gardening is just the latest addition to a series of signs that nature and culture are not as separated as they made you believe in school – and that there is a healthy desire to overcome a world view where man is the centre of the universe. From urban gardens in Detroit to an Indian philosopher in South Dakot, and to guerilla gardening in Zurich’s clean suburbs.

Vester Vov Vov, 11:00, Tickets