Danish Film School
March 6, 2010
2pm - 10pm
Organizers: EDN, Danish Film School
Supported by: Danish Film Institute
Marathon Dok is open for participation to students and professionals from the film and TV industry only.
The price for participation is 120 DKK. The participation fee includes all the screenings, coffee, sandwich etc. The participation fee on 120 DKK is paid upon your arrival at the film school on March 6th. Please note that only cash is accepted.
In order to participate in Marathon Dok you need to sign up no later than Monday, March 1. Please send an email with your name and contact details on all the people registering and write Marathon Dok in the subject line. You sign up by sending an email to Ove Rishøj Jensen – email@example.com.
The screenings will include, for example, the following:
(The complete programme will soon be posted on EDN's website)
I LOVE MY BORING LIFE
Czech Republic, Germany 2009, 27 min
The diary of a grandmother from the Prague neighborhood of Zbraslav as a diary of eternity.Using informal language, for five years grandmother Alena Němcová from Zbraslav has been writing down weather forecasts, dreams, morning exercise, cooking, regular house bustle, global events as well as notes concerning relationships, religion and the general spirit of the age – matters of a private, family, social, real and also surreal nature.
Poland 2008, 14 min
Church bells ring over a beautiful world of harmony which is underpinned with emptiness. Something is missing here. Is it sense? Or an aim? Or bonding? This documentary, which seemingly resembles an educational movie about the post, shows what happens to the letters without address sent to the persons who do not exist. Among them there is one on which a child’s hand has written ‘God. Heaven.’ The letters end up in the Department of Unsent Mail in Koluszki.
East Silver 2009