The Eurimages Co-production Development Award goes to TATA/FATHER by Radu Ciorniciuc, Lina Vdovîi & Monica Lazurean (Gorgan / Romania / Italy / Germany)
Jury statement: “We first wanted to congratulate all the participants for the wonderful stories and presentations, and we really look forward to watching all your films in the cinema soon. The Eurimages Co-production Development Award of 20.000 Euros goes to a project which takes on a complex personal story with depth, trying to understand the cycle of violence and its mechanisms. Most importantly, it took on the subject with honesty and heart, and shows great potential to benefit from the award. The award goes to TATA/FATHER by directors Lina Vdovîi & Radu Ciorniciuc, and producer Monica Lazurean-Gorgan”
...and all the other the winners of CPH:DOX 2021 are...
CPH:DOX with a total of 180 international documentaries. The digital programme also consists of 40 live debates that can be experienced throughout the festival, a five-day media conference, an interactive art programme, talks with more than 80 filmmakers and much more. Everything is available online until May 5. From May 6 to May 12, a selection of films will be screened in movie theaters in Copenhagen as well.
CPH:DOX to launch Big Digital Live Platform. Tine Fischer, director of CPH:DOX, says:
“Denmark is still affected by the COVID-19 lockdown, and the cultural sector – including movie theatres – will still be closed for the public when CPH:DOX is launching this year’s festival on April 21. Therefore, I am very excited that we can present a large and ambitious digital programme that will be accessible for a big, hungry audience. Our digital platform will feature an ambitious film programme, important live panels and Q&As with filmmakers. We are creating a digital space where we meet and listen to great artists, innovative scientists, and also some of those marginalized voices that really need to be heard.”
In addition to online screenings of 180 new documentary films, CPH:DOX will offer an abundance of digital live events when the festival kicks off on April 21.
A large debate programme with 40 digital live talks and panels will pass the mic to both well-established names and new voices. With large TV studio broadcasts and interactive formats, audiences can expect a festival of live conversations and encounters between people with experiences and opinions.
LineUp German productions, co-productions, and German directors:
- ANAMNESIS by Chris Wright, Stefan Kolbe, 111min, P: ma.ja.de. [ARTISTS&AUTEURS]
- AS I WANT by Samaher Alqadi, 88min, coP: Kaske Film, Germany, [FA:CT AWARD]
- BEHIND THE HEADLINES by Daniel Andreas Sager, 90min, P: bauderfilm, [FA:CT AWARD]
- A BLACK JESUS by Luca Lucchesi, 92min, P: Road Movies, [HIGHLIGHTS]
- THE CASE YOU by Alison Kuhn, 80min, P: Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, [CHANGE MAKERS & JUSTICE]
- COURAGE by Aliaksei Paluyan, 90min, P: LPP Living Pictures Production GbR, [CHANGE MAKERS]
- DEAR FUTURE CHILDREN by Franz Böhm, 89min, P: Schubertfilm, WS: Magnetfilm, [CHANGE MAKERS]
- FIREBALL: VISITORS FROM DARKER WORLDS by Werner Herzog, Clive Oppenheimer, 98min, [SCIENCE]
- THE FIRST 54 YEARS. AN ABBREVIATED MANUAL FOR MILITARY OCCUPATION by Avi Mograbi, 110min, coP: ma.ja.de., [ARTISTS&AUTEURS & JUSTICE]
- FROM WHERE THEY STOOD by Christophe Cognet, 107min, coP: OVALmedia, [HIGHLIGHTS]
- GIRLS | MUSEUM by Shelly Silver, 71min, [ARTISTS&AUTEURS]
- MR BACHMANN AND HIS CLASS by Maria Speth, 217min, P: Madonnen Film, [HIGHLIGHTS]
- NIGHT SPLITTER by Kaari Upson, 16min, [NEW:VISION AWARD]
- NOTTURNO by Gianfranco Rosi, 100min, WS: The Match Factory, coP: No Nation Films, [ARTISTS&AUTEURS]
- NUCLEAR FOREVER by Carsten Rau, 94min, P: PIER 53, [SCIENCE]
- THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RIVER by Antonia Kilian, 91min, P: DOPPELPLUSULTRA Film und TV, Pink Shadow Films [FA:CT AWARD]
- PARIS CALLIGRAMMES by Ulrike Ottinger, 129min, P: zero one film, [ARTISTS&AUTEURS]
- PRIVY TO: EXPLORATIONS IN INTIMACY AND ISOLATION by Michelle Leddon, Julia Scott-Stevenson, Liz Steininger, Jason J. Snell, 30min, [INTER:ACTIVE]
- ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW | RAUM OHNE AUSSICHT by Roser Corella, 73min, P: Roser Corella, Florian Kläger [FA:CT AWARD]
- SILENCE OF THE TIDES by Pieter-Rim de Kroon, 103min, P: WINDMILLFILM, BILDERSTURM , [HIGHLIGHTS]
- THE SMALLEST OF WORLDS – A SOCIAL LANDSCAPE OF COLLECTED PRIVACY by Uwe Brunner, Bettina Katja Lange, Joan Soler-Adillon, 45min, [INTER:ACTIVE]
- A SYMPHONY OF NOISE by Enrique Sánchez Lansch, 93min, P: Kloos&Co. Medien, [SOUND&VISION]
- TAMING THE GARDEN by Salomé Jashi, 91min, coP: CORSO Film, [ARTISTS&AUTEURS]
- TWO MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT by Yael Bartana, 47min, [NEW:VISION AWARD]
- WHEN A FARM GOES AFLAME by Jide Tom Akinleminu, 112min, P: Film Five, [DENMARK 2021]
- WHO WE WERE by Marc Bauder, 110min, P: bauderfilm, WS: FILMS Boutique, [SCIENCE]
- ZINDER by Aicha Macky, 85min, coP: Corso Film, WS: Andana Films [CHANGE MAKERS]
CPH:FORUM takes place from April 26 — 30, 2021
In context of the ongoing pandemic situation, CPH:FORUM will play out as a digital event, taking the opportunity to develop the event’s format in response to the changed marketplace online. The selected projects will be highlighted in individually curated pitch setups and introduced to cherry-picked financing partners. A brand new catch-up platform is being developed to facilitate follow-ups between producers, buyers and distributors in the months to come.
with German productions and coproductions such as
- CARROPASAJERO Juan Pablo Polanco Carranza, Cesar Alejandro Jaimes León, [Colombia, Argentina, Germany]
- DE ANIMA Clara Jo, [Germany]
- H for Hoax: The Phantasmagorically True Story of the Stone Age Tasadays, Khavn De La Cruz, [Philippines, Germany]
- RISING UP AT NIGHT, Nelson Makengo, [Democratic Republic of Congo, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Germany]
- TATA/FATHER, Radu Ciorniciuc, Lina Vdovîi & Radu Ciorniciuc, P: Monica Lazurean-Gorgan [Gorgan, Romania, Italy, Germany] winner of Eurimages Co-production Development Award.
- THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM, Eugene Jarecki, [Germany, United States]
For the fifth year running, as a part of CPH:FORUM, CPH:WIP is a curated collection of eight works in progress from high-profile Nordic producers and directors looking for gap financing or a launch pad for further distribution, with German productions and coproductions such as
- INTO THE ICE, Lars Ostenfeld, [Denmark, Germany]
- THE SKY ABOVE ZENICA, Nanna Frank Møller, Zlatko Pranjic, [Denmark, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany]
The next edition of CPH:DOX takes place March 23- April 3, 2022. More Infomation —German only—.