This March, Copenhagen’s flagship documentary event CPH:DOX, the biggest film festival of its kind in Scandinavia, returns for its 14th outing.
Taking place at dozens of venues across the city over an 11-day period, CPH:DOX is likely to have upward of 90,000 attendees this year.
Science, crime and the refugee crisis are among the themes due to be tackled during this year’s festival, which will also explore art, music, politics and real-life drama. The chances of finding something to your taste are pretty good.
The programme includes concerts, exhibitions and seminars as well as over 200 Danish and international documentary films, with sub-programmes designed by guest curators Olafur Eliasson, the Danish-Icelandic artist, and Canadian activist and author Naomi Klein.