The 4th installment of the Danish Film Festival in the Philippines starts on 8 November in Manila.
From 8 – 11 November nine Danish full-length films will be hitting the screens, four of which for the first time ever in the Philippines, the Danish Embassy has announced.
The opening film will be Land of Mine (Under Sandet), best non-English Oscar nominee starring Roland Møller and Mikkel Boe Følsgaard directed by Martin Pieter Zandvliet.
Watch the trailer to Land of Mine here:
As part of Danish and Philippine cultural relations, a special screening of Dagsin, a multi-awarded Indie Movie by Filipino Filmmaker Atom Magadia. Inspired by the ideas of Danish Philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and French Existentialist Albert Camus will be shown during the course of the festival.
The roster of films are as follows:
Anti / Nov. 11, 7:00pm
Land of Mine / Nov. 10, 07:00pm
The Shamer’s Daughter / Nov. 10, 03:15pm
Walk With Me / Nov. 09, 07:00pm / Nov. 11, 05:00pm
In A Better World / Nov. 09, 03:15pm
Waltzing Regitze / Nov. 08, 05:00pm
Otto is A Rhino / Nov. 11, 03:15pm
Terribly Happy / Nov. 09, 05:00pm
Dagsin / Nov. 10, 05:00pm