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★ Cinema of Denmark

Denmark has been producing films since 1897 and since the 1980s years has maintained a steady stream of product due largely to funding state support of the Danish film Institute. Historically, Danish films have been noted for their realism, religious and moral themes, sexual frankness and technical innovation.

Danish Director Carl Theodor Dreyer 1889-1968 is one of the greatest Directors in film history. Other Danish filmmakers include Benjamin Christensen, who outside of his native country directed several horror classics, including Haxan 1922 and seven footprints to Satan 1929, Erik Balling, the Creator of the popular Olsen-banden films website, Gabriel Axel, another winner of the award "Oscar" for Babettes feast 1987 and Bille August, Oscar - "the Gold palm branch" Dor - Golden globe-winner Pelle the Conqueror in 1988. In the modern era, well-known filmmakers in Denmark include Lars von Trier, who co-created the film movement dogme 95, and multiple winners Susanne Bier and Nicolas Winding Refn.

                                     

1.1. History. Beginning. (Начало)

Danish cinema Peter Elfelt, a photographer, was the first Dane to make a film. Between 1896 and 1912, he produced around 200 documentary films about life in Denmark. His first film was Gronlandske Korsel med Hund travel with Greenlandic dogs. In addition, he produced the first Danish feature film: execution Henrettelsen capital, 1903. The first film show in Denmark took place in the cinema "Panorama" on the town hall square in Copenhagen, in June 1896. However, the selection of films were made and produced abroad.

                                     

1.2. History. The Golden Age. (Золотой Век)

Despite the small size of its native market and its relatively limited resources, Denmark reigned for several years 1909-14 Europes most prosperous film center. His movies rival Hollywoods popularity on the screens of Paris, London, Berlin and new York.

In 1906, the cinema owner OLE Olsen founded the first Danish film-making company, Nordisk films Kompagni. He received most of their income from the export market of short films. Until 1909 no other film established companies. In 1910 their number reached ten. This period is known as the Golden age of Danish cinema. In the spring of 1910, Nordisk films Kompagni changed its policy of producing only short films and started making movies. It was largely inspired by the Aarhus Fotorama company HVIDE Slavehandel, Den white slave trade, 1910, which was the first multi-reeled Danish film lasting more than 30 minutes.

With increasing length of films, and growing artistic consciousness, which manifests itself in the abyss Afgrunden, 1910. This film launched the career of ASTA Nielsen, who soon became Europes first great female film star. The film is an erotic melodrama, which soon became the preferred genre in early Danish cinema. In 1911, with Director August Blom as the new head of production, Nordisk film was the first major European companies to devote itself full-length feature films. These films were sold abroad is beneficial, since the technical and photographic quality impressed audiences. However, when exporting the films, the erotic elements should be mitigated so as not to offend the working class audiences. In 1913, the Danish company released its first feature film, Atlantis directed by Blom.

After 1913, Danish cinema began to lose its leading position in the film industry, with foreign companies, increased competition in the production of feature films. Danish cinema had also begun to suffer from a lack of imagination and willingness to take creative risks from the Danish manufacturers. Independent producer Benjamin Christensen had great success with the spy film det hemmelighedsfulde x mysterious x or sealed orders, 1914, and the crime drama Hævnens NAT blind justice or revenge, 1916, both of which are major works in the history of Danish cinema, he would later direct several films in Sweden and in Hollywood.

                                     

1.3. History. 1920 to 1940. (1920 по 1940 год)

During the First world war, the US became the leading nation in film production and Danish exports decreased. In the years following the war, Dreyer as Director at Nordisk film with the drama Præsidenten of the President, 1919, then the ambitious blade AF Satan, God leaves from Satans book, 1921, inspired by American film Director D. W. Griffith intolerance 1916 as technique and theme. However, Dreyer and Benjamin Christensen, was not permanently connected to the influential Danish film industry and remained single. As a whole, Danish film in the 1920-ies was on the decline, despite the filmmakers best technical skills. The greatest interest at this time was probably the so-called Dickens films Director skilled A. V. Sandberg. At one point Denmark again to do some international reputation, many of the farces of the Vagabond Duo Fyrtaarnet O. Bivognen often known by their French names Doublepatte and Patachon, who were Scandinavian ancestors Laurel and hardy. They were introduced palladium, rival Nordisk film. Despite this growth, at the end of the decade the Danish film industry was in heels.

In 1929, Nordisk film Kompagni was established as a sound film company. The pastor of Vejlby 1931 strengthened the dominance Nordisks Danish market. In the 1930-ies dominated many successes with light comedies. The so-called "folkekomedie" folk Comedy genre was born, with Barken Margrethe 1934 an important example. Depression and economic conditions of the film company prevented more serious film business, and the victory sound film automatically set more restrictions on the international potential of Danish film. Many popular stars like a Margarita Vibe MB Schoenberg and Peter Malberg were breakthroughs, but, despite the many economic successes of the further development of media was seen.

Between 1940 and 1945 the German occupation of Denmark during world war II pushed the movie to a more serious subject. The dark tones in these years was paralleled with the rise of film Noir in Hollywood. Bodil Ipsen made her directorial mark with the first Danish film Noir 1942s Afsporet, and continued with the melody of psychological Thriller a Murder in 1944. The standard of Comedy was also lifted, especially witty, elegant movies Johan Jacobsen, a Danish disciple of Ernst Lubitsch. After the war, there was a movement toward realism and social criticism, in particular, noted in films in Ole Palsbo. Soon, however, the Danish film industry returns to make light sentimental comedies, and uncomplicated regionalist movies that were popular with the Danish audience.



                                     

1.4. History. 1950s to 1970s years. (1950-х до 1970-х годов)

Produced from the 1950s to the late 1970s-early 1980-ies a large stream of family comedies "Lystspil" and conscious folk comedies "folkekomedier". Here a Danish stars were born, for example, Dirch passer, Ove Sprogoe and directed by Erik Balling. Important films of this period include de rode heste 1950s, far before the fire, 1953, 1956 Kispus, the first Danish film in color, as STOV PA hjernen 1961, Sommer I Tyrol 1964, the passer piger 1965, Olsen-banden series website 1968-1981 and Eric Ballings classic TV sitcom re Huset Christianshavn 1970-1977.

In the sixties, the Danish cinema became gradually more erotic, with such films as Halloj I himmelsengen Erik Balling, 1965, Sytten Annelise Meinecke, 1965, JEG - EN kvinde Mac Alberg 1965 and Houdin own trævl Annelise Meinecke, 1968, some of which have made a huge international impression. Of course, in 1969, Denmark became the first country to fully legalize pornography. In the 1970s, a large percentage of all Danish films were sexually oriented, and many mainstream performance with mainstream parties sequence softcore or hardcore pornography, especially as Mazurka PÅ sengekanten John Hilbard, 1970 and I Jomfruens tegn Finn Karlsson, 1973 together with their respective sequels, forming eight bedside-films and the six Zodiac -films.

In 1970-74, about one third of all Danish feature film production was pornograficheskie configured, followed by a sharp drop.

In 1972, the Danish film Institute DFI was founded to provide state subsidies for selected films. It allocated public financing of feature films based on their artistic merit rather than commercial appeal, with emphasis on those films which expressed Danish culture and identity. Fries to enhance the financial viability of the slack in the Danish film industry, but later was criticized for becoming too conservative and nationalist in determining which is the Danish identity. In one example, Lars von Triers 1984 debut feature the element of crime struggled to receive funds because it is radically different from the typical Danish film - and, nevertheless, gained international recognition after the release. In response, the Ministry of culture in 1989 greatly expanded the definition of FID from "Danish film" to include any work that contributed to Danish film culture. This allowed state funding of films with a more global appeal and contributed to the development of the international success of the new wave of Danish filmmakers.

La OS være Ernst Johansen & Lasse Nielsen, 1975, producer Steen Herdel launched a wave of successful teen films including Måske ku VI Morten Arnfred, 1976, Du er Ikke Alene you are not alone Ernst Johansen & Lasse Nielsen, 1978, MiG OG Charly Morten Arnfred & Henning Kristiansen, 1978 vil du se min cute navle? Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, 1978, all produced by Steen Herdel.

Noble series, Matador, ran from 1978-1982, and has remained the national favorite. It was directed by Erik Balling.

                                     

1.5. History. In the 1980s. (В 1980-х годах)

Since the early 1980-ies the Danish cinema depends entirely on public funding through det Danske Filminstitut. The project usually does not work unless the script, Director and cast etc. was approved by the Danish film Institute. This means that Danish cinema is in fact state-controlled.

In 1983, Lars von Trier graduated from Den Danske Filmskole the National film school of Denmark and has received international attention with such films as Forbrydelsens element 1984 and 1987 epidemic. Its odd, innovative ideas have been fiercely resisted in det Danske Filminstitut and drew a very small local audience, but was surrounded by the Cannes film festival, where his films were included in the official selection and took home awards.

Released in 1987, was the drama of a gay teenager Venner for altid "Friends forever", directed by Stefan Henszelman 1960-1991. He received the audience choice award 1988 for Best feature film in San Francisco gay and lesbian film festival.

The Danish film industry has received a powerful impetus in the late 1980s, when the movie Babettes Gæstebud Babettes feast, Director Gabriel Axel, won an Academy award for Best foreign film in 1987, and in the following year for the Best foreign film award went arrived Pelle the Conqueror, directed by Bille August.

In the late 1980s and early 1990-ies, more talented Directors began after graduating from the national film school of Denmark, for example, Thomas Vinterberg, on the fly, and OLE Christian Madsen.

Also in the late 1980s, the Danish operator of Mikael Salomon ended a long career in Danish cinema to become one of Hollywoods most famous DPS, subsequently, having established as a successful, Emmy award-winning television Director.

                                     

1.6. History. 1990-ies. (1990-х годов)

Danish cinema in the 1990-ies was dominated by Lars von Trier. His films Europe, Breaking the waves, the idiots and Dancer in the dark received great international attention and was nominated for many awards.

In dogme 95 collective has attracted the attention of the international film world with its strict "vow of chastity" or rules for Directors, which force filmmakers to concentrate on the purity of the story and the performances of the actors, not special effects and other cinematic techniques.

The first Dogma 95 film, the celebration date, directed by Thomas Vinterberg, has won many awards at international film festivals and was named as the Los Angeles film critics Association critics in new York as the best foreign film of the year.

Members of the team was dogme 95 von Trier, Vinterberg, Kristian Levring and søren Kragh-Jacobsen. Although the movement "Dogma 95" originated in Denmark, and Directors from all over the world in the near future experimented with hard principles and sought certification for their films as dogma. In addition, Lars von Triers own dogma-film 1998 date launched a separate wave of art-house and mainstream films with unsimulated sex.

Lars von Trier also made history, with his company "Zentropa" to be the worlds first mainstream film company to produce hardcore pornographic films. Three of these films, Constance 1998, pink prison 1999 and adults / basic crossover-feature All about Anna 2005 were made primarily for a female audience, and were extremely popular in Europe, where first two are responsible for the March 2006 legalizing of pornography in Norway.

Women also love to see other people have sex. What they dont like is the endless close-UPS of hammering parts without history. Lars von Trier is the first to have realized this and produced valuable quality porn films for women.



                                     

1.7. History. 21st century. (21-го века)

Trilogy of the Director on the fly, benches 2000 Bænken, arven the inheritance 2003, and the murder Drabet 2005 represented Denmark three different social classes and received international recognition.

The work of Susanne Bier, especially the brothers in 2004 and after the wedding 2006, introduced the world to the Danish actors like Mads Mikkelsen, Ulrich Thomsen, Nikolai Whether Kaas. After the wedding was nominated for the award "Oscar" for Best foreign language film. Biers in a better world Danish: Hævnen, which means "revenge" drama, 2010 starring: Michael Persbrandt, trine Dyrholm and Ulrich Thomsen in a story that unfolds in a small town in Denmark and a refugee camp in Sudan. The film won the award "Golden globe" in 2011 for Best foreign film and Best foreign language film at the 83rd Oscar.

Anders Thomas Jensen for the first time recognized as the Oscar-winning screenwriter and Director of three short films Ernst & lyset 1996, 1997 and 1998 Wolfgang Valgaften, then as a screenwriter of such films as Mifunes Last song 1999, 2002 Open hearts, Wilbur wants to kill himself 2002, 2003 and 2004 stealing Rembrandt, brothers, and finally as the Director of dark and deep feature Comedy, the green butchers 2003 and Adams apples 2005.

Other prominent Danish film Directors of the 21st century include Nikolai Arcel, Kristoffer boé, lawn Scherfig, Niels Arden Oplev, Nicolas Winding Refn, OLE Christian Madsen, Annette K. Olesen and Christian E. Christiansen Executive producer patriots day was filmed in Paris, France is only in the film.

21, the first decade has been difficult for a number of Denmarks most influential Directors including Lars von Trier, although it started out well with Nicole Kidman starring Dogville 2003, a provocative stylistic experiment filmed on a black sound stage with little beyond white floor markings to indicate the sets. Its sequel Manderlay 2005, exploring the issue of slavery continued in this stylistic device, but was largely ignored by the audience.

Thomas Vinterberg, who gained international recognition with the celebration 1998, made two very expensive English flop, All about love 2003, dear Wendy 2005, and then tried to trace its roots with a smaller Danish-language production, EN mand kommer hjem 2007, which also failed painfully, selling only 28.472 tickets.

Around the same time, Bille August, lone Sherfig, and Lars von Trier also made the Danish-language films that failed both financially and with critics, leading Danish financial times Borsen watch September 19, 2007 that "1990ernes film festival er Forbi" film party the 1990-ies was over.

The change of leadership at the Danish film Institute at the end of 2007 was seen by many as an opportunity for reflection and renewal, while others pointed to healthy local box office numbers and denied any crisis. Daily newspaper "Jyllands-Posten" concluded the situation to be "krise I own opgangstid" the crisis in the period of growth.

In 2008, Danish films sold over 4 million tickets at the Danish sales, the highest number since 1981, but the relief was brief, as Danish films in the first five months of 2009 was the lowest sales since 2005. Film critic Henrik Queitsch agreed that there was some cause for concern, noting in the Danish monthly institutes program of the film that "different, wonderful, strange, and daring" was hardly that characterized Danish films of 2008.

Danish cinema nonetheless remains highly respected internationally, and Danish films have received numerous awards at major international film festivals.

                                     

2. The Danish Film Institute. (Датский Институт Кино)

Danish cinema remains under the influence of the state through the Danish film Institute DFI, which was founded in 1972. DFI is the national Agency of Denmark for the film and cinema culture, operating under the Ministry of culture. DFI supports the development, production and distribution of films and run the National archives.

Support programs also apply to international co-production film education and international promotion at film festivals. Fries includes a library, a stills and posters archive and a film archive. Film House of DFI is open to the public and houses the national Cinematheque.

The DFI supports the production of feature films and 20-25 25-30 documentaries and short films annually. There are three types of support: the scheme Commissioner of the film, the scheme of market development and personnel scheme new Danish screen.

Free calls for international partnerships and allows for 5-9 minor joint production of the film and 4-6 small co-production of films a year.

The cornerstone of the Danish film Fund for children and youth films, which were allocated 25% of all subsidies.

Fries has received criticism for lack of innovation, in particular, dogme 95 has occurred despite funding from the Institute of film and sometimes accused of nepotism and cronyism, for example, when the film Commissioner Mikael Olsen from 1998 to 1999, green light 28 million kroons of subsidies to money in childhood-friend Peter Aalbeck Jensen, then went to work for his high position.

However, the Danish film Institute has also reached a high level of professionalism even if more or less reserved for a few selected genres and production companies, mainly Nordisk film, "Zentropa" and a halo movie. In February 2008, Nordisk film has purchased a half "of Zentropa", which often coproduces with a halo movie, but a tax-funded, government monopoly is rarely frowned upon in Denmark.

                                     

3.1. The nominations and awards. Danish films nominated for the Cesar award for Best foreign film. (Датский фильмов, номинированных на премию Сезар за Лучший иностранный фильм)

  • 1999 - Celebration By Thomas Vinterberg.
  • 2001 - Dancer in the dark Lars von Trier.
  • 1997 - Breaking the waves Lars von Trier got.
                                     

3.2. The nominations and awards. Danish films nominated for an Oscar for Best foreign language film. (Датский фильмов, номинированных на "Оскар" за Лучший фильм на иностранном языке)

  • 1987 - Babettes feast Gabriel Axel won.
  • 2017 - my Land Martin Zandvliet.
  • 1988 - Pelle the Conqueror Bille August won.
  • 2007 - After the wedding Susanne bier.
  • 2011 - in a better world Susanne bier won.
  • 2014 - The Hunt Thomas Vinterberg.
  • 1956 - Qivitoq Erik Balling.
  • 2016 - War Tobias Lindholm.
  • 1996 - all things fair Bo Widerberg Swedish-Danish co-production.
  • 1959 - Paw Astrid Henning-Jensen.
  • 2013 - A Royal Affair Nikolai Arcel.
  • 1961 Harry and the Butler bent Christensen.
  • 1989 - Waltzing Regitze By Kaspar Rostrup.
                                     

3.3. The nominations and awards. Danish films nominated for best European film. (Датский фильмов, номинированных на лучший европейский фильм)

  • 1998 - The Celebration By Thomas Vinterberg.
  • 1988 - Pelle The Conqueror Bille August.
  • - Lars von Trier Nymphomaniac 2014.
  • 2001 - lone Sherfig Italian for beginners.
  • 2000 - Dancer in the dark Lars von Trier got.
  • 2011 - in a better world Susanne bier.
  • 2004 - a hole in my heart Lukas Moodysson Swedish-Danish co-production.
  • 2011 - Melancholia Lars von Trier got.
  • 2002 - Lilja 4-ever on Lukas Moodysson-Swedish / Danish / Estonian co-production.
  • 2005 - The Brothers Susanne Bier.
  • 2003 - Dogville by Lars von Trier.
  • 1999 - Mifunes Last Song Soren Kragh-Jacobsen.
  • 1996 - Breaking the waves Lars von Trier got.
  • 2012 - The Hunt By Thomas Vinterberg.
                                     

3.4. The nominations and awards. Danish Directors nominated for "best European Director". (Датский режиссеры номинированы на "лучший европейский режиссер")

  • 2006 - Susanne biers after the wedding.
  • 2003 - Lars von Trier, Dogville won.
  • 2009 - Lars von Trier, Antichrist.
  • 2011 - Lars von Trier, Melancholia.
  • 2012 - Thomas Vinterberg The Hunt.
  • 2011 - Susanne bier, in a better world will.
  • 2005 - Susanne Biers Brothers.
                                     

3.5. The nominations and awards. Prize of the festival "Sundance" film. (Приз фестиваля "Сандэнс")

January 30, 2010 in Los Angeles, Mads bruggers "red chapel" Danish: det rode drops won the Grand jury prize For best world documentary at the Sundance film festival. Presenting a comic approach to the groups visit to North Korea, the film explores the development of mysterious and totalitarian country.

                                     
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Sep 26, 2019 This new volume in the 24 Frames series focuses on 24 key films from Scandinavia Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Each national. Museo Nazionale del Cinema Turin, Italy Attractions Lonely Planet. Sep 24, 2018 Like Germany, Russia developed a distinctive national cinema in near isolation In Denmark, Ole Olsens Nordisk films continued to dominate. The Cinema of Scandinavia Tytti Soila 9781904764236. Oct 11, 2017 This years festival includes our Focus on a National Cinema Denmark, a robust Spotlight on Polish Cinema, an amped up presence at the.


Cinema Scope Ida Pawel Pawlikowski, Poland Denmark.

A study of contemporary films from the Nordic countries Denmark, Sweden. A. Soderbergh Widding & Tytti Soila: Nordic National Cinemas, Routledge: 1998. The House of Shadows Morænen SH Events Scandinavia House. Sep 1, 2011 In their book Nordic National Cinemas, authors Tytti Soila, Astrid. Prolific, provocative and powerful, Danish documentary cinema has stirred. The Cinema of Small Nations on JSTOR. Within cinema studies there has emerged a significant body of scholarship on the idea of National Cinema but there has been a tendency to focus on th. Defending the inherent interest of contemporary Danish cinema to non Danes almost. November 1 12, 2017 Denver Film Festival Denver Film Society. Ida marks Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowskis first feature film in Polish the director There are, to be sure, several national cinema standbys on order: its. Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Cinema 9780810855243. Feb 6, 2019 Across 2018, cinema going in Europe decreased by approximately 3.3 percent with a record breaking 62.9 percent national films market share led by the Denmark box office 5.1 percent admissions 4.0 percent and.

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