Program 2014

  • Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award

    We’re showing the past years most captivating international documentaries. In our international competition eight films are competing to win the price for best foreign documentary. Meet the winner in a conversation with Stefan Jarl on Sunday 9. Presented with support from The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation.

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Transmedia

Suvi Helminen, Dajana Dimovska, Mikael Windelin, Suvi Andrea Helminen, 2013, Denmark

This is an interactive game documentary and the first of its kind! The film was recorded during Nordic Game Jam where 300 participants competed to create the most…

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Come and experience the trans-media documentary 48 Hour Games live in a screening where you as audience decide how the film develops. The decision-process can be…

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Katarina Cizek, Gerry Flahive, 2013, Canada

This is the last project from Katarina Cizek’s acclaimed interactive series Highrise. Here she tells the global history of the phenomenon highrise, from the biblical Babylon…

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Isabelle Fougère, Miquel Dewever-Plana, Alexandre Brachet, Gregory Trowbridge, Margaux Missika, 2012, France

Alma was 15 when she took someone’s life for the first time. Young and lost in Guatemala City, she did what she had to do to…

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Trine Laier, Lise Saxtrup för Klasse Film, 2014, Denmark

When ‘T’ grew up, her mother and father always kept her safe. But in secret they were also keeping the country safe. T’s parents were…

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Arash T. Riahi, Arman T. Riahi, Arash T. Riahi, Hercli Bundi, Michel Seeber, Sabine Gruber, Susanne Guggenberger, 2013, Austria, 118 min, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

Going around the world covering protests and demonstrations the Riahi Brothers shows us the interconnected world of nonviolent resistance, from Iran to Egypt, Spain to…

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In this year’s special focus on transmedia, we’ll devote an intensive 48-hour round to develop two documentary film projects. We have invited people from a wide range…

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Lea Glob, Mette Carla Albrechtsen, Jesper Jack, 2014, Denmark

The Human Female Sexuality Project invites its audience to an erotic, voyeuristic, self-discovery trip. The project consists of a documentary film in which the two directors explore female…

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Tim Travers Hawkins, Andy Noble, 2013, United Kingdom

Too often refugees are caught at customs control for not having the right documents. Many of them are children. They’re escaping from war, violence, famine and poverty,…

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How can filmmakers create interest in their subject? Are there any methods for telling a story as touching as possible? Tempo welcomes some of the most innovative documentary…

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Do stories about sexuality look different when they are told by women? 100 Danish women talks about their sexual life in the documentary and transmedia project Human…

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How can games enrich the film narrative? Or are games and films two so completely different forms of expression and experience that it is not possible to…

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Can you take any kind of money? In a much underfunded industry such as documentary filmmaking, each filmmaker and producer need to be inventive and constantly ready…

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Celluloid was once invented by chance in an innovative process aiming to find a cheaper alternative to ivory in the making of pool balls. It’s an example…

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Leave the cinema for a while but linger in the world of documentary stories. Have a cup of coffee in our transmedia lounge and take the…

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Théo Le Du Fuentes, Arte France, Ex Nihilo, 2013, France

This interactive installation is a surprising combination between a computer game and books that will take you on a journey through the world of fonts. It is…

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