Today’s world premieres present a wide variety of topics. From cats in Riga to death row in the United States. You can also meet many of the directors.

Cats in Riga + Life According to Anton
Doku veteran Jon Bang Carlsen looks at the human comedy with the eyes of a cat in a warm film about the (country) pleasures of life with the 87-year-old Anton. Meet the directors Jon Bang Carlsen and Iben Haahr Andersen at the screening 14:30 in Absalon.

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Anthropocene
We live in the anthropocene era. And here is the film that tells you what it means for humanity to live in a world that we totally dominate. Meet the director Steve Bradshaw at the screening 15:00 in Empire Bio.

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I Remember When I Die
If you could actually hold a memory forever, which one would it be? A highly original journey into the mystery of consciousness. Meet the director Maria Bäck at the screening 15:00 in Empire Bio.

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time / OUT OF JOINT
Is it actually possible to have time go backwards? See for yourself with a film that Martin Heidegger and Gyro Gearloose could have made together.

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The Act of Becoming
The story of John Williams’s rediscovered masterpiece of a novel that stunned the whole world – 50 years after being written. CPH:DOX presents the World Premiere of ‘The Act of Becoming’ a marathon reading of the ENTIRE novel in Grand’s café at 09:00 to 19:00 hrs.

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The Fear of 13
Meet the man who asked to be killed. Phenomenal storytelling and fascinating character study, when it simply doesn’t get any better.
The film is co-presented by the magazine Ekko, followed by a Q&A with the director David Sington.

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