cph pix
14.—17. november 2019
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The programme is ready!

It’s here! CPH PIX's programme offers 181 titles, a masterclass with Leos Carax, a brand new animation series, immersive On Location events and much more.

Here is a handful of this year’s festival highlights for CPH PIX 2018. Explore this year’s competition films, award winning favourites from festivals around the world or the best new indies - hot from the States.

New Talent Grand PIX

When the Trees Fall

We're celebrate debuting directors from all over the world with our international main competition New Talent Grand PIX. Among the nominees are Lukas Dhont for his powerful ‘Girl’ and Marysia Nikitiuk for the ambitious ‘When the Trees Fall’.

See all nominees here.

Politiken's Talent Award


For the first time ever we present the brand new Politiken’s Talent Award in collaboration with Politiken. The award celebrates Danish debut features, and among the new, Danish talent are Martin Skovbjerg's ‘Brakland’, Isabella Eklöf's ‘Holiday’, Rasmus Kloster Bro's ‘Cutterhead’ and Kasper Kalle's period drama ‘Christian IV’.

See all nominees here.

Made Indie USA

A lot of original and impressive films spring from the American independent scene, yet far too few make it to Danish cinemas. Therefore, we have handpicked the best indie films from God’s own country in collaboration with Soundvenue. Don’t miss gems like Debra Granik’s ‘Leave No Trace’ or Paul Dano’s ‘Wildlife’ featuring Jake Gyllenhaal.

Read more here.

A World of Animation

In this small series we travel from Japan and Cambodia to Angola and Hungary with four animated films - each with their own unique style.

Experience both the expressionist drawings of Milorad Krstic’s 'Ruben Brandt, Collector' and the gentle Japanese anime of Mamoru Hosoda’s 'Mirai'.

See all the films here.

Winners from Cannes & co.


We've hand-picked a collection of award winners from big film festivals around the world: Jeremiah Zagar’s impressionist ‘We the Animals’ (NEXT Innovator Award at Sundance), Hirokazu Kore-eda’s complex family drama ‘Shoplifters’ (the Golden Palm at Cannes), and ‘Touch me Not’ by Adina Pintilie (Golden Bear at Berlinale).

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