Films by Language


The Ambassador

Mads Brügger

Denmark’s fearless Mads Brügger in person with his gonzo documentary. He buys himself a diplomatic post in the Central African Republic and proceeds, envelopes stuffed with cash, to jockey for power and influence.

Grandma Lo-fi: The Basement Tapes of Sigrídur Níelsdóttir

Amma Lo-fi

Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, Kristín Björk Kristjánsdóttir, Orri Jónsson

Meet the little old lady of Icelandic music who recorded her first album in her kitchen at 71 and produced 59 homemade albums before calling it a day. “Small-scale. Fun. Successful. Just like its subject.” — Twitch

The Hunt


Thomas Vinterberg

Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale, A Royal Affair) took the Best Actor Award at Cannes as an innocent man demonised by a child’s false accusation. “Entirely convincing… An unbearably tense drama-thriller.” — The Guardian

Karen Blixen – Behind Her Mask

Bag Blixens maske

Morten Henriksen

No polite literary memoir, director Morten Henriksen’s alarming portrait of author Karen Blixen (Out of Africa) is drawn from the bitter experience of his own father who was an eager young fan in Blixen’s later years.



Mikkel Nørgaard

Blisteringly funny throughout, this hysterical Danish outing from the comedy-of-the-uncomfortable school will appeal to those who think Curb Your Enthusiasm and films like The Hangover don’t push the envelope enough.