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Danish Cinema is a course in English for international students offered each semester. The course gives an overview of the 120 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.
This course will be offered with the possibility of remote learning as all lectures at the UCPH will be recorded and uploaded in Absalon. The course will also include specific modules for students, who are not able to attend the lectures on Campus. Attendance at the lectures is not compulsory. Students are free to either follow the course on Campus or online. Please let us know, which lecture form you will be attending, when registering for the course.
Time: The lectures will be held on Wednesdays from 3 to 7 p.m.
Location: Room 21.0.49
The first lecture will be held on the 9th of September.
The current program, course literature, and location of the course will be subjects to changes before the start of the autumn semester 2020. International students studying at the UCPH in the autumn 2020 can explore the program to get an understanding of the content and flow of the course.
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