Danish Cinema – University of Copenhagen

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Danish Cinema is a course in English for international students offered each semester. The course gives an overview of the 110 years of Danish film as well as presenting special topics such as realism, comedy and melodrama in Danish cinema. Furthermore, the course presents director case studies of Oscarwinning Susanne Bier and of Lars von Trier, who won The Golden Palms in Cannes. Every lecture ends with a showing of a relevant film. The course also includes the excursions to Nordisk Film, which is the world oldest still existing film company.

Time: The course will be held on Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. First Lecture is on February 13th.

Location: Room 21.0.54 (at KUA1)

Kurser.ku.dk link:
https://kurser.ku.dk/course/hdcb01043u/2018-2019

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Please notice that room, programme and dates are subject to changes. The programme is from a previous semester and can be used as indicative.