GUIDE: Danish Film Festival 2017

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The third edition of Danish Film Festival will run from October 19 to 22 at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong City. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Embassy of Denmark is proud to announce the return of Danish Film Festival. This year, the event will feature 11 films holding an earnest collection of contemporary and award-winning films of the previous years.

Admission

The 3rd Danish Film Festival is free admission and open to the public. Seats are on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are distributed at the cinema area 30 minutes before every screening.

Featured Films

  • The Commune ⎜ Thomas Vinterberg, 2016
  • Long Story Short ⎜ May El-Toukhy, 2015
  • Key House Mirror ⎜ Michael Noer, 2015
  • Going to School ⎜ Frederik Meldal Nørgaard, 2015
  • Iqbal Farooq and the Secret Recipe ⎜ Tilde Harkamp, 2015
  • The Sunfish ⎜ Søren Balle, 2014
  • Northwest ⎜ Michael Noer, 2013
  • White Knight ⎜ Jannik Johansen, 2007
  • Fighter ⎜ Natasha Arthy, 2007
  • Echo ⎜ Anders Morgenthaler, 2007
  • After the Wedding ⎜ Susanne Bier, 2005

“From the inaugural DFF (2015) up until the 2nd (2016), there was a substantial increase of 51% in attendees, which is indicative of a great interest of the Filipino people in Danish cinema,” says Cultural Affairs Officer, Angelo Cruz. “The Embassy of Denmark prides itself in its continuous efforts in propagating Danish films to the Philippine audience and market. The results from previous years prove that there is demand for films that veer away from the typical rise-climax-fall narrative which, for just reasons, is what is most familiar to the general public.”

“We are eager to continue developing our social and cultural links to the Philippines and give Filipinos the chance to learn about some of our social, political and cultural characteristics through film, music, painting, literature…. We believe by engaging with each other, we can inspire each other and develop together. I look forward to seeing a crowd at our film screenings in October,” says Ambassador of Denmark to the Philippines, Jan Top Christensen.

Screening Schedules

The selection and screening of films are made possible by The Danish Film Institute, TrustNordisk, Shang Cineplex, and the Film Development Council of the Philippines through their Film Cultural Exchange Program. Brought to you by Arla; media partners Expat Philippines, art+, Cinema Bravo; and official TV partner, ANC News Channel.

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