UNG:DOX

Velkommen til UNG:DOX!

UNG:DOX er CPH:DOXs program rettet mod ungdomsuddannelser, der blev etableret i 2012 ud fra idéen om, at den moderne dokumentarfilm kan give elever på landets ungdomsuddannelser et nytænkende, fagligt og kulturelt indspark i undervisningen. Vi udvikler vores filmprogram i samarbejde med vores faglærernetværk for at sikre, at film og arrangementer lever op til kravene i gymnasiernes læreplaner. Derudover udarbejder vi fagligt relevant undervisningsmateriale til filmene, som kan findes under filmbeskrivelserne her på siden.

Årets program blev skabt i samarbejde med: 

Tilgå Gyldendals Litteraturportal gennem dette link: www.litteraturportalen.gyldendal.dk

What is DOX:ACADEMY?

DOX:ACADEMY is a platform for students from film schools, arts academies and universities from all over the world. We offer an accreditation which gives access to our online market, conference and events, as well as film screenings and talks in Copenhagen. This year DOX:ACADEMY will be accessible online, making it possible to be part of the festival from all over the world. With a selected ACADEMY PROGRAM you will be guided through the extensive festival programme, with recommendations of both films and events.

DOX:ACADEMY offers an additional option of applying for a line of highly intensive courses (the ACADEMY CLASSES) on fixed dates (March 22-26). With approx. two sessions a day, taking place between 10am-3pm CET. We do this as we hope to create an engaging and active online platform for students to meet and form networks, even when we cannot gather in Copenhagen.

Joining DOX:ACADEMY is both easy and affordable, and we welcome individual students as well as larger groups, classes or schools.

You can find all you need to know about DOX:ACADEMY and how to join us below, and if you have questions please feel free to contact us at academy@cphdox.dk.

What does it cost?

To participate in DOX:ACADEMY you need a student accreditation (750 DKK = approx. 100 EUR) in order to have unlimited access to regular and online screenings, festival activities and events. Participation in the DOX:ACADEMY is without further cost.

For group discounts, contact us at academy@cphdox.dk.

What do you get?

The DOX:ACADEMY accreditation gives you access to CPH:DOX from March 17 – 28, 2021. You decide when, for how long and in which format you wish to attend. 

With a Student Accreditation you get:

  • Access to all regular film screenings and festival events in Copenhagen 
  • Access to our online market, conference, talks and debates. All activities are held in English.
  • An ACADEMY programme with recommendations guiding you through the festival. All recommended events will be in English and accessible online.
  • The option of applying for one of the intensive ACADEMY CLASSES from March 22-26 without further cost (limited number of participants).

How do you buy and Academy Accreditation?

  • Sign up for an Academy Accreditation here.
  • When we have received and approved your application for an Academy Accreditation we will get back to you with detailed information.
  • In order to get an Academy Accreditation (without further cost) you need to be an enrolled student or phd student. Recent graduates can however be accepted upon individual evaluation. If you are graduated within the 3 last years send your diploma and a short motivation to academy@cphdox.dk
  • Interested in joining with a larger group? Contact academy@cphdox.dk

What are the ACADEMY CLASSES?

The ACADEMY CLASSES is an additional option in the shape of four different week intensive courses taking place during CPH:DOX on fixed dates from March 22-26, 2021. 

If accepted into a class you will join an exclusive group of international students from various fields and institutions throughout the week. In 2021 the classes will take place online making it possible to participate from all over the world. The online classes consist of group discussions, exclusive sessions with directors, hands-on assignments and specially curated film programs. In order to create a concentrated learning atmosphere based on exchange and participation, the ACADEMY CLASSES are limited to max. 35 participants per class. Participating students are expected to attend all activities and to actively contribute to the course. In order to apply you will be asked to provide a motivational text. 

We offer four ACADEMY CLASSES representing four lines of study with approx. two sessions a day, taking place between 10am-3pm CET. Furthermore we set the scene for more informal meetings, opening up for casual conversations and networking, even when we cannot gather in Copenhagen.

All classes are cross-disciplinary and explore the intersection between different practices by bringing together students, teachers and artists/experts from different professional backgrounds.

CRITICS’ CLASS

A new ambitious and creative forum for young aspiring film critics! Here students from various fields can meet, discuss and explore the art of writing about contemporary documentaries. What is the role of criticism in relation to the continuously expanding and changing documentary format? What are the different tools and techniques of cinematic writing? Getting to see a variety of films at the festival, the Class intends to collectively explore and formulate the tendencies, colors and networks of this year’s CPH:DOX programme. With the CRITICS’ CLASS we at CPH:DOX wish to create the frames for new and ambitious networks for film criticism. 

Moderators

Oscar Pedersen is the co-editor of Balthazar, a biannual film journal that seeks to activate a healthy and ambitious cinephile culture in Denmark and engage in new ways of understanding and writing about cinema. He is a part of the film collective Terrassen – a new roving cinema in Copenhagen that engages with the social life of film. Prior to this, he has run a film club in a local Copenhagen church, and has worked as assistant programmer at the Danish Cinematheque (Danish Film Institute).

SCIENCE CLASS

Examines the representation, visualization and storytelling of scientific research and will be closely linked to the science-programme of CPH:DOX. How can complex knowledge be transformed into a narrative that is intelligible for a broader crowd through moving images? How can the documentary method in itself be seen as a sort of research? The goal of this class is to explore and develop new and ambitious methods for science films and hence also new ways of collaborations between filmmakers, artists and scientific researchers. Across scientific disciplines and academic background this course is for students who want to work with film in relation to scientific topics and methods. In the SCIENCE CLASS you will experience the best new science documentaries and get to know other students and researchers who work in between science and cinema.

Moderator
Daniel Oxenhandler is a filmmaker, cultural producer and researcher. He leads global cultural projects for Enactlab – an interdisciplinary knowledge lab, working at the intersections of arts and culture; scientific research; and the lived experience of people and communities. He also works on global film projects with the Collaboratorium – an organization exploring collaborative culture around the world, through film, research, and digital platforms. He has directed and produced a variety of independent film and video projects, ranging from feature-length documentaries and short narrative films, to short music films and travelogues. His latest feature “The Open Window” premiered at CPH:DOX 2019.

F:ACT CLASS (Closed for application)

Dedicated to the field between investigative journalism, expressive documentary genres and contemporary political activism. Journalistic documentaries are unique in their approach to portray stories from reality. Armed with thorough research, the films dare to challenge established truths and explain complex relations while still telling fascinating stories. A common trait for the genre is the desire to not only represent the reality but to actively take part in it. With DOX:ACADEMY F:ACT we intend to create a forum for documentarists and journalists to meet, inspire and challenge each other in the collective examination of social impact through documentary media. The film screenings and discussions will be closely linked to the F:ACT programme of the festival. Do you want to see or change the World through a camera lense? Join the F:ACT-movement!

Moderator
Karen Stokkendal Poulsen debuted as a documentary film director with “The Agreement” (2014) on the border dispute between Serbia and Kosovo and the chief negotiator Robert Cooper. Her second film “On the inside of a military dictatorship” (2019) premiered in the main competition at CPH:DOX. Karen holds a master in Political Science and a MA in Screen Documentary. With a background in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she has taught International Relations at the University of Copenhagen.
Anna Stribolt Rigas is a freelance journalist educated from the School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in 2016. She is working as a reporter and producer at Radio4 at the foreign magazine programme “The Danish connection”. The programme collects the most important international events of the week and tells untold stories from around the world. Before that Anna has worked several years at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation as a reporter at the foreign desk.

HYBRID CLASS (Closed for application)

Examines the field between contemporary art / film and academic research, especially anthropology. The class gives the participants a unique insight into how international directors and artists create their projects today, both theoretically and methodically. There will be an additional focus of the experimental form of documentary as an artistic practice that test the boundaries of filmic expressions of the real. The screenings will be closely linked to the section of experimental films in the overall programme of CPH:DOX: NEW:VISION. Here, artist’s films and new forms of video will be presented.

Moderators
Therese Henningsen is an artist, filmmaker and programmer. Her films Slow Delay (2018) and Maintenancer (2018, with Sidsel Meineche Hansen) have been shown at Chisenhale Gallery, Whitstable Biennale, Whitechapel Gallery, Close-Up Cinema, SMK Statens Museum for Kunst, among others. She is the Associate Director of Here for Life (2019) by Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Adrian Jackson. She is a member of the film collectives Sharna Pax and Terrassen. She holds a MA in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths College and is currently working on a practice-led PhD in Media Arts at Royal Holloway University.
Tinne Zenner is a visual artist, filmmaker and programmer based in Copenhagen. Her films Sleeping District (2014), Arrábida (2017) and Nutsigassat (2018) have been shown at a number of international film festivals including Ann Arbor Film Festival, New York Film Festival, CPH:DOX, Courtisane, Oberhausen, EMAF, Image Forum Tokyo and EXiS, and exhibited at museums and exhibition spaces locally and internationally. Her film Nutsigassat received the New:Vision Award Special Mention at CPH:DOX 2018. Zenner is a member of the film collectives Sharna Pax and Terrassen. She holds an MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

Please note: The programmes for each DOX:ACADEMY CLASS are closely connected to the general programme at CPH:DOX and are formed after the schedules of the many visiting film professionals at CPH:DOX. For this reason applicants for the course will have their full day programme shortly before the beginning of the course. Expect programmes from 10 am to 3 pm.

How to apply for one of the DOX:ACADEMY CLASSES?

Create a profile at our database here. Once your profile is ready, login and press ‘Accreditation’ at the bottom of the left column, then ‘Academy Accreditation’. Here you will be asked to write your institution and field. When filling in the application form for an Academy Accreditation, you have the additional option of applying for one of the four ACADEMY CLASSES. The classes are held on March 22-26 for a limited number of participants. As the classes have limited access students are asked to state a first and a second priority.

The programmes for each DOX:ACADEMY CLASS are closely connected to the general programme at CPH:DOX and are formed after the schedules of the many visiting film professionals at CPH:DOX. For this reason applicants for the course will have their full day programme shortly before the course. Online sessions will be held during the day between 10am-3pm

If you are planning to attend as a group, feel free to contact us at academy@cphdox.dk.

Recent graduates may be accepted upon individual evaluation. If you are graduated within the 3 last years send your diploma and a short motivation to academy@cphdox.dk

What is the deadline?

The deadline for applying for an Open Academy Accreditation is March 5, 2021.

The deadline for applying for DOX:ACADEMY Classes 2021 is January 27, 2021

Graduated within the three last years? Send your diploma and a short motivation to academy@cphdox.dk

Why do we do all this?

We do it because DOX:ACADEMY is the kind of thing we would really have wanted to take part in ourselves.CPH:DOX brings hundreds of international filmmakers, artists, journalists, experts and other professionals to Copenhagen for the festival in March. DOX:ACADEMY is about making the most of it all, and is dedicated to ambitious students who wish to engage fully in the festival.
We think a festival such as CPH:DOX is an ideal place to let students from different fields, institutions and academic traditions meet and form creative networks. Designed as an experimental “learning lab” in previous years, DOX:ACADEMY has been a highly productive space where students have organised themselves in the network created during the festival, and some have developed cross-disciplinary art and research projects.The DOX:ACADEMY is open to individuals and groups from schools and universities.

Coming from abroad?

Due to the Covid-19 crisis DOX:ACADEMY is going digital. This opens up for the possibility of attending the festival from all over the world without the additional cost of travel expenses and uncertainties regarding the situation.

Films will be available online from March 17-28, 2021.

I still have a question

Give us a shout at academy@cphdox.dk! We are looking forward to hear from you.

Which institutions are joining ACADEMY?

In 2019 we welcomed over 300 students from all over Europe. 56 institutions were represented: Aalto University ELO Film School Finland, Aarhus University, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Wajda School, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Baltic Film and Media School of Tallinn University, Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, Conservatory of Amsterdam,  Conservatory of Arts and Crafts CNAM (FR), Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen university, Danish School of Media and Journalism, DocNomads, Dutch Film Academy, University of Zagreb, Film School of Baden-Württemberg, Film High School Møn, Film KONRAD WOLF, Funen Art Academy, Gerrit Rietveld Academie (NL), Goldsmiths University of London, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, Hochschule Darmstadt, Hong Kong Baptist University, Dun Laoghaire Institute Of Art Design + Technology, Johan Borups Folk High School, King’s College London, Kingston School of Art, Kunsthochschule Kassel, Kunsthochschule Mainz, Lithuanian academy of music and theatre, Malmo Art Academy, Næstved Talent School, National Film and Television School (UK), Netherlands Film Academy, Nordland Art & Film School, Roskilde University, SOAS(School of Oriental and Asian Studies), Stavrakos Film School, Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, National Film School of Denmark, The Norwegian Film School, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Denmark, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts Oslo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – Milan (IT), University College London, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Edinburgh, University of Manchester, University of Sussex, University of West Scotland.

What do people say?

Student, Copenhagen University (2018, 2019)

I’ve attended the F:ACT programme at CPH:DOX for two years in a row. The class gave me insights on practical aspects of documentary filmmaking that would have been very difficult to obtain otherwise. It helped me to know how to approach my projects and how it is possible to make films in so many different ways. Both years I’ve felt amazed at how quick the class get a sense of community. We also shared finished work to get feedback from each other and thus the class worked as a platform and community after the ending of the class. I’m certain that my experiences at DOX:Academy will be at great help in the future.

Student, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2017, 2018, 2019)

Jeg har tre år i streg deltaget ved DOX:ACADEMY, der alle gange har været en fantastisk lærerig oplevelse og som tilmed har givet mig venner og nye kontakter på tværs af lande og skoler. DOX:ACADEMY har hvert år gjort enormt indtryk på mig og har afgjort været afgørende for min filmforståelse og filmdannelse. Og skønt jeg ikke udelukkende arbejder med film, har jeg kunnet anvende min oplevelse og erfaring fra DOX:ACADEMY indenfor alle grene af mit fag og jeg er overbevist om, at DOX:ACADEMY har spillet en stor rolle for mig ift min uddannelse som billedkunstner på Kunstakademiets Billedkunstskoler.

Student, National Film and Television School (2018, 2019)

Attending CPH:DOX Academy was a fantastic experience. Not only did I see some of the most amazing documentary films released in 2018 but I had a chance to speak to the directors in person in brilliantly facilitated masterclasses and Q&A sessions. I was able to engage in constructive and open conversations about their process and techniques used in their films. As an unexpected bonus, I managed to secure an external mentor for my current project, in addition to greatly expanding my network of contacts among the European documentary filmmakers’ community. I can’t recommend the Academy enough for anyone who is serious about filmmaking and I look forward to attending it again next year.

Student, Filmhøjskole Møn (2019)

Coming from a fiction background, I didn’t know what to expect from the Academy. The Fact class has given me the chance to see documentaries from various point of views. We have had amazing sessions with the directors and it allowed us to learn the fundamentals of the success behind their documentaries. I will definitely return for the following year to the academy as the moderators and coordinators were fantastic at handling every single enquiry and facilitating the whole event successfully. Thank you CPH:DOX ACADEMY for an eye opener!

Student, University of Zagreb (2019)

I enjoyed attending conferences and having masterclasses with directors whose films I had watched beforehand, as it gave me a chance to take a more profound look into individual perspectives on filmmaking, from conceptualizing ideas to the practical issues of the filming itself. As an aspiring filmmaker that is still dwelling within the theoretical and philosophical realms of film, it was nice to hear more about the actual process, first-hand.

UNG:DOX

Velkommen til UNG:DOX!

UNG:DOX er CPH:DOXs program rettet mod ungdomsuddannelser, der blev etableret i 2012 ud fra idéen om, at den moderne dokumentarfilm kan give elever på landets ungdomsuddannelser et nytænkende, fagligt og kulturelt indspark i undervisningen. Vi udvikler vores filmprogram i samarbejde med vores faglærernetværk for at sikre, at film og arrangementer lever op til kravene i gymnasiernes læreplaner. Derudover udarbejder vi fagligt relevant undervisningsmateriale til filmene, som kan findes under filmbeskrivelserne her på siden.

Årets program blev skabt i samarbejde med: 

Tilgå Gyldendals Litteraturportal gennem dette link: www.litteraturportalen.gyldendal.dk

Tema

ULIGHED

Tanken om velfærdsstaten er udviklet ud fra et ønske om, at alle mennesker er lige og skal have lige muligheder for et godt liv, hvorfor skatter er med til at omfordele goderne. Den ideologiske tanke om statsunderstøttet lighed er måske sværere at finde i praksis, og det undersøger vi under temaet ULIGHED, hvor vi også undersøger ulighed mellem mennesker mere bredt.

Særligt relevant for: Samfundsfag, engelsk og historie.

Tema

Capital in the 21st Century

Thomas Piketty satte verden over ende, da han i 2013 udgav den skelsættende bog Capital in the 21st Century. I denne dokumentar udfolder Piketty sammen med andre eksperter bogens pointer om kapitalens snørklede udvikling i Vesten over de sidste 300 år samt en fremadskuen på en farefuld ulighed i nutidens og ikke mindst fremtidens samfund. En spændende dokumentar der øger forståelsen for vores samfunds udvikling og elitens velstand.

Da bogen Capital in the 21st Century udkom i 2013, blev den hurtigt en international bestseller og Piketty en verdensberømt økonom. På trods af at Piketty gjorde sig umage med at gøre bogen let forståelig, så er de knap 1000 sider ikke barnemad at tygge sig igennem. Det gør denne dokumentar nu op for, og dermed bliver teorien lettere tilgængelig for også gymnasieelever.

Instr. Justin Pemberton / New Zealand / 2019 / Sprog: Engelsk (engelske undertekster) / 103 minutter / Fag: Samfundsfag, engelsk, historie

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Tema

The Kingmaker

Imelda er Filippinernes kulørte og korrupte tidligere førstedame, som har plejet omgang med dikatorer og købt tusindvis af sko og kjoler for statens regning, mens befolkningen sultede. Dokumentaren dykker ned i den obskure historie om korruption og magt, som prægede Imelda og hendes mands diktatoriske styre fra 1965-1986. Vi fascineres af Imeldas selvbedrag og hendes karismatiske udstråling, mens vi forundres over den rigdom, der stadig i dag omgiver hende.

Instruktør Lauren Greenfield har skabt en fængende og interessant film om rigdom og magt. Med vantro følger vi Imelda Marcos portrættere sig selv som en forkæmper for de fattige, mens vi øjeblikket efter ser de økonomiske og sociale konsekvenser, hendes handlinger har haft for Filippinernes fattige. The Kingmaker viser tydeligt de konsekvenser, ulighed kan have for et samfund.

Instr. Lauren Greenfield / USA & Danmark / 2019 / 100 minutter / Sprog: Engelsk / Fag: Samfundsfag, historie

Tema

BANEBRYDENDE FORSKNING

Noget forskning har potentialet til at kunne ændre, hvordan vi ser og oplever verden. Andet forskning er lige så banebrydende men i mindre skala. Under temaet BANEBRYDENDE FORSKNING dykker vi både ned i forskning, der har haft stor betydning for videnskaben men også forskning, der rykker ved os individuelt, og både samfundsvidenskabelig og naturvidenskabelig forskning kommer under luppen.

Særligt relevant for: Psykologi, musik og fysik

Tema

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

Fra stumfilm til Star Wars og Jurassic Park. Denne film udlægger den verden af lyd og musik, vi nogle gange tager for givet i de film, vi elsker – med alt fra lydeffekter til store komponerede ballader, der bringer følelserne frem. Ud fra filmklip, interviews og arkivoptagelser får vi et unikt indblik i lyddesignernes skabelsesrum og bliver klogere på det store arbejde, der ligger bag films lydside.

Musik er ikke bare bands, sange og orkestre. Det viser denne dokumentar med al tydelighed, og derfor er den oplagt til at arbejde med lydproduktionens mange facetter til inspiration for musikelever.

Instr. Midge Costin / USA / 2019 / 94 minutter / Engelsk / Fag: Musik, mediefag, teknologi, historie, dansk

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Tema

UDBRUD

Under temaet UDBRUD stiller vi skarpt på både de individer og de samfund, som udfordrer gængse normer gennem aktivisme og personlige kampe. Med forskellige udtryksformer som musik, tekst eller video forsøger de at bryde ud og bryde med normer og traditioner.

Særligt relevant for: Dansk, engelsk, fransk, samfundsfag, historie og musik

Tema

Margaret Atwood: A word after a word after a word is power

Imens autoritære ledere kommer til magten, anti-abort-bevægelser vinder indpas og klimatruslen lurer i baggrunden, har Margaret Atwoods forfatterskab fået nyt liv. Med tv-versionen af den dystopiske The Handmaid’s Tale, er Atwoods navn blevet cementeret verden over. I denne portrætfilm følger vi den ukuelige 80-årige Atwood på hendes tour verden rundt i forbindelse med den længe ventede udgivelse af The Testaments. Gennem filmen tegnes et billede af en stålfast Atwood, der aldrig har været bange for at sige sin mening, og hendes tankevækkende litterære univers der går hånd i hånd med den politiske aktivisme.

Tjenerindekostumet fra tv-serien The Handmaid’s Tale er blevet en fællesnævner for protester mod kvindeundertrykkende regimer verden over og symbolet på det værst tænkelige. Atwood har med sit dystopiske univers formået at tale direkte ind i vores tids kampe mod konservative kræfter og klimakriser, og måske netop derfor er hendes forfatterskab så utroligt spændende.

Instr. Nancy Lang & Peter Raymond / Canada / 2019 / 93 minutter / Sprog: Engelsk / Fag: Engelsk, dansk, samfundsfag, filosofi, mediefag, historie

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Tema

BRÆNDPUNKTER

Verden rører på sig, og med filmene under dette tema skal vi se på aktuelle konflikter og kriser og ikke mindst på de mennesker, der lever midt i brændpunkterne.

Særligt relevant for: Fransk, dansk, samfundsfag og historie


Tema

Kampen om Grønland

Siden 1721 har Danmark haft bosættelser i Grønland og siden styret landet som en dansk koloni. Det til trods kender de fleste danskere meget lidt til historien om Danmark som kolonimagt, og hvilke konsekvenser det har haft for Grønland og det grønlandske folk og hvordan det fortsat gør sig gældende i dag.

i 'Kampen om Grønland' følger vi den aktuelle situation i Grønland og forholdet til Danmark gennem fire unge grønlændere, der kæmper for Grønland på hver deres måde. Vi møder det unge par Paninnguaq og Josef, der er aktivister og kæmper for det grønlandske sprog, kultur og selvstændighed, og  Kaaleeraq, der går til politik for at kæmpe for det han tror på og Tillie der har grundlagt et nyt parti for at øge samarbejde i Rigsfællesskabet.

Instr. Kenneth Sorento / Danmark / 2020 / 96 minutter / Sprog: Grønlandsk og dansk (danske undertekster) / Fag: Historie, samfundsfag, dansk, naturgeografi, mediefag

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Tema

DE 17 VERDENSMÅL

Det er blevet kaldt den mest ambitiøse plan for klodens fremtid nogensinde: I 2015 vedtog alle verdens nationer DE 17 VERDENSMÅL, der skal løse mange af klodens problemer inden 2030. I dette tema undersøger vi målene gennem nogle fantastiske film, der kan åbne problemstillingerne op indefra.

Særligt relevant for: Historie, samfundsfag og naturgeografi


Tema

Push

Push åbner op for den globale problemstilling omkring storbyernes tiltagende utilgængelighed, hvor boligpriserne stiger ude af trit med beboernes indkomst.

Leilana Fahra er udvalgt af FN til at udfordre regeringer til at sikre den fundamentale menneskeret: ordentlige boliger til alle, og filmen følger hende rundt i verden for at undersøge hvorfor familier i alt fra Barcelona til Toronto presses ud af deres hjem, samtidig med at andre bygninger står tomme. Filmen afdækker hvordan forholdet mellem ejendomsmarkedet, byggefirmaer og politikere udgøres af mere korrupte relationer end vi almindeligvis forestiller os.

Instr. Fredrik Gertten / 2019 / 92 minutter / Sprog: Engelsk, spansk og italiensk (engelske undertekster) / Fag: Samfundsfag & arkitektur

Tema

JEG FORTÆLLER

I en verden, hvor perfekte liv leves på de sociale medier, kan vi risikere at glemme, hvilke nuancerede og komplekse mennesker der lever bag skærmen. Med temaet JEG FORTÆLLER går vi under huden på mennesker og dykker helt ned i deres fortællinger og perspektiver på livet. Vi følger op- og nedture, nedbryder intime grænser og bliver klogere på mennesket i al dets herlighed.

Særligt relevant for: Dansk, samfundsfag, engelsk og mediefag

Tema

I love you I miss you I hope I see you before I die

Betty bor med sine to børn og en familie på elleve i en forstad i Colorado. Med en kæreste på afvænning og en fængselsdom hængende over hovedet, er der ikke meget lys i horisonten for en ung mor i udkanten af det amerikanske samfund. Men der er drømme og fællesskab. Eva Marie Rødbros film er en collage af subjektive snapshots fra et liv, der ikke kan rummes i en klassisk fortælling. Formen spejler situationen, og placerer Rødbros første lange film i et felt mellem kunstfotografi og rå socialrealisme.

Instr. Eva Marie Rødbro / Danmark / 2020 / 77 minutter / Sprog: Engelsk (danske undertekster) / Fag: dansk, engelsk, mediefag, samfundsfag, historie, filosofi m.fl.

Find undervisningsmateriale til dansk her

UNG:DOX

Velkommen til UNG:DOX!

UNG:DOX er CPH:DOXs program rettet mod ungdomsuddannelser, der blev etableret i 2012 ud fra idéen om, at den moderne dokumentarfilm kan give elever på landets ungdomsuddannelser et nytænkende, fagligt og kulturelt indspark i undervisningen. Vi udvikler vores filmprogram i samarbejde med vores faglærernetværk for at sikre, at film og arrangementer lever op til kravene i gymnasiernes læreplaner. Derudover udarbejder vi fagligt relevant undervisningsmateriale til filmene, som kan findes under filmbeskrivelserne her på siden.

Årets program blev skabt i samarbejde med: 

Tilgå Gyldendals Litteraturportal gennem dette link: www.litteraturportalen.gyldendal.dk