Århus Filmfestival 2

Så er filmvisningerne i gang i Århus. Man skulle kunne være to steder nu. Må jeg her lige pege på de film i programmet, som Tue Steen Müller har anmeldt her på siden:




Timo Novotny: Life in Loops (8. april  2008: “… one of the most important documentaries from the last years.” 6 penne.)

Avi Folman: Waltz with Bashir (11. november 2008: “… It is all so well made, perfect craftmanship, it is beatiful to watch, it is packed with emotional music, full of effects, sometimes as an actionfilm.. and yet, or maybe therefore, I dont care about their stories.” 3 penne.)

John Webster: Recipes for Disaster (6. juni 2008: “… but slowly the wonderful film character Anu expresses her disagreement with the behaviour of – as she says – the “bossy” husband who wants to send a message to the world and.. 5 penne.)

Miroslav Janec og Pavel Koutecky: Citizen Havel (26. september 2007: “… a film full of humour about a gentle man who – as he says himself – is unwilling to conform to the stereotypes. A man who listens and thinks before he talks.”)


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Allan Berg Nielsen
Allan Berg Nielsen

Allan Berg Nielsen started the first documentary cinema in Randers, Denmark way back in the 1970’es. He did so at the museum, where he was employed. He got the (16mm) films from the collection of the National Film Board of Denmark (Statens Filmcentral). He organised a film festival in his home city, became a member of the Board of Directors of the Film Board, started to write about films in diverse magazines, were a juror at several festivals and wrote television critiques in the local newspaper. From 1998-2003 Allan Berg was documentary film consultant (commissioning editor) at The Danish Film Institute, a continuation of the Film Board. Since then free lance consultant in documentary matters.


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