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May 8, 2012

The Danish Film Institute presents a large Dutch film programme at the Cinematheque in Copenhagen May 10 – 19. The programme, with the title New Dutch Film, is organized in collaboration with the Netherlands Embassy in Copenhagen, EYE Film Institute Netherlands and the National Film School of Denmark.

The Dutch programme opens May 10 with NOTHING PERSONAL by Urszula Antoniak, who will be present at the screening of her film. The director will also present her film CODE BLUE in Copenhagen. Furthermore, Antoniak will give an exclusive masterclass together with the producer of CODE BLUE, Frans van Gestel of Topkapi Films, at the National Film School of Denmark.

Other films that will be screened are: WINTER IN WARTIME by Martin Koolhoven, THE LAST DAYS OF EMMA BLANK by Alex van Warmerdam, AMONG US by Marco van Geffen, RABAT by Jim Taihuttu and Victor Ponten, R U THERE by David Verbeek and Nanouk Leopold’s BROWNIAN MOVEMENT.

For more information:

Danish Film Institute: www.dfi.dk

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