Selected International Film Festivals

CPH PIX, Copenhagen

CPH:PIX - COPENHAGEN FILM FESTIVALS
Flæsketorvet 60

1711 Copenhagen
Denmark
phone +45 3345 4749
http://www.cphpix.dk
email: info@cphpix.dk

Director
Mrs. Tine Fischer
tinef@cphdok.dk

Head of Programming
Mr. Niels Lind Larsen
niels@cphpix.dk

Year of Foundation 2009

Event Date from 14 November 2019 till 17 November 2019

in Copenhagen, Denmark

Sections CPH PIX: New Talent Grand Pix, Spotlight, Front Runners, Pix Specials, American Indies, Maestros.

Category Feature

Terms of Entry New Talent Pix: debut features only (+65min.), international and European premiers preferred. All other films: international premiere after 1 January 2017; no prior public screening in Denmark; must be available for three screenings. Fiction Feature Films only.
BUSTER: feature films for children and youth audience (age 3-16), short films (less than 40 min.), documentaries.

Subtitles English subtitles necessary

Format 35 mm, DCP

Registration Deadline CPH PIX: 1 May 2017

Fees first features are free of charge; all others: 30 € (feature films), 25 € (short films)

Attendance Figures 78,000

Prizes/Awards New Talent Grand PIX (6.000 €), Audience Award

German Films

2019


GIRAFFE by Anna Sofie Hartmann (DE/DK, Komplizen Film)
MONOS by Alejandro Landes (CO/AR/NL/DK/SE/DE/UY, Pandora Film)
SYSTEM CRASHER (SYSTEMSPRENGER) by Nora Fingscheidt (Kineo Filmproduktion, Weydemann Bros., Oma Inge Film)
THE FEVER by Maya Da-Rin (BR/FR/DE, Komplizen Film)

Media Coverage Good media response in the national and local media outlets.

Evaluation The festival has become an interesting film event for young newcomers and new talents. The 'German Day' is a traditional showcase presenting a significant number of contemporary German film productions. Good networking platform for national buyers, festival scouts and cinephiles. The festival also offers an attractive sidebar program and exciting music events.
In 2016, the CPH PIX merged with the children's film festival BUSTER that offers a wide range of films for children age 3-16 years.

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