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CPH PIX

  • Copenhagen, Denmark April 2014, TBA
  • Call for Entry Deadline: January 2014, TBA
    CPH PIX has no entry fee.
  • Festival Data:
    • Established: 1990
    • Attendance: 35000
    • Total Number of Films Screened: 150
    • Competitive
    • Retrospective
    • Has Panels
  • Festival Website:
    http:/ / www.cphpix.dk/
  • Festival Description:

    CPH PIX, formerly NatFilm, is the largest film festival in Denmark, traveling to four Danish cities - Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Kolding, gathering the Danish press, film industry and more than 35,000 audiences each spring.

    All cinemas in Copenhagen and the three supporting cities will participate in the festival and present a program consisting of the best, most innovative and most diverse films from around the globe. The festival screens filmmaker newcomers and veterans alike, Danish previews and Italian underground, cutting edge Hong Kong and American Independent.

    CPH PIX serves as an important platform for domestic distributors, who promote everything from Hollywood releases to cutting-edge films. The bulk of the program does however consist of titles not (yet) picked up for Danish distribution. All Danish buyers are represented at the festival looking for titles to import to Danish cinema, dvd and tv distribution.

    The CPH PIX Festival is covered in all media in Denmark both electronic and print. This means daily coverage in all major newspapers as well as a vast amount of radio and TV exposure.

    All participating films without a prior distribution deal for Denmark compete for the CPH PIX Festival Distribution Award of 125.000 DKK (app. 18.000 Euro) - earmarked for the theatrical release of the winning film in Denmark. The award winner is based on audience votes.

    Ten films from the program will be nominated for the Critics' Award which is a cash prize of 3.000 Euro for the director of the film. Only first or second features are selectable.

    CPH PIX unspooled for the first time in Copenhagen in 2009. The festival draws on experienced teams from the city's long-running film festivals, the NatFilm Festival and the Copenhagen International Film Festival, which merged into one. CPH PIX sets a new standard for film festivals in Denmark. CPH PIX presents new talents and artistic bravery, both in the festival's film program and in its collaborations across artistic genres and cultural institutions. It offers the Copenhagen audience unique film experiences in all genres from all over the world, seasoned with exciting international events and a significant competition program.

    ***THERE IS NO FEE TO ENTER THIS FESTIVAL***

  • Film Submissions:
    • Accepts direct submissions
    • Submission formats: Beta-SP, Digi-Beta, 16mm, 35mm, DVD, MiniDV
  • Email:info(at)cphpix.dk
    Phone:(45) 3312 0005
    Fax:(45) 3312 7505
    Mailing Address: St.Kannikestr. 6,
    Copenhagen DK-1169
    Denmark

                                                                                                                                                       


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  • Natsværmepris: Heidi Maria Faist (director)

    Natsværmerpris: Peter Schønau Fog (director)

    Audience Award: “Ten Canoes”
    Directed by: Rolf de Heer

    TV5 Monde Critics Award: “Reprise”
    Directed by: Joachim Trier
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