Cinematic Copenhagen

16-04 2012
With 18 days of of fiction, the film festival, CPH:PIX, is the largest Danish event for movie lovers.
As a central pillar in Danish film culture, CPH:PIX is the place for the most significant, the craziest, the best and the most overwhelming films, which do not otherwise find a broad Danish release. 
The festival places a heavy emphasis on new talent, with a series of the strongest debut films from all over the globe. The annual competition, New Talent Grand Prix, is dedicated to the most promising first time-directors. 
CPH PIX was held for the first time in 2009, following the fusion of the two feature film festivals, NatFilm Festival and Copenhagen International Film Festival.
NatFilm Festival, which debuted in 1990, was known for its sharp focus on certain film genres, while Copenhagen International Film Festival, begun in 2003, was dedicated to European films. 
Since the beginning, PIX has been a part of the organization, Copenhagen Film Festivals, which also includes the international film festival, BUSTER, for children and youths, and the international documentary film festival, CPH:DOX.
CPH PIX takes place annually, and spans 18 days in the middle of April.
View the full programme in English here.