Sopot International Film Festival presents Danish cinema
Danish new cinema is going to be presented at this year’s 16th edition of Sopot International Film Festival. Screenings in Spectrum Doc and Danish Short Films sections take place in Three Sisters Cafe (Powstancow Warszawy 6, Sopot):
Spectrum Doc presents among others Danish movie Democrats. It’s a fascinating story of the process behind writing Zimbabwe’s new constitution that every citizen is getting engaged in. Those responsible do it by organizing public consultations lasting for over three years – with the movie director Camilla Nielssen observing the whole process. The movie depicts conflict between the country’s political elites concerning fundamental rules that will form Zimbabwe’s future.
Sopot International Film Festival is one of the biggest film festivals in Poland. Its actions focus on promoting world culture and cinema (including Poland), auteur cinema and classic movies. Various festival sections make it possible for the spectator to get to know work of individual directors, world cinema and the most important productions of the year. The festival includes also international feature and short films competitions, panel discussions, meetings, concerts, exhibitions and so on.
Photo: Sopot International Film Festival 2015; Void, dfi.dk