Bodies in motion: a report from CPH:DOX 2024

By Savina Petkova

One of the world’s most important documentary festival delivers a host of very fine films as well as some flim-flammy political statements.

My First Film – first-look review

By Savina Petkova

In her intriguing debut feature, director Zia Anger attempts to exorcise the ghost of a long-abandoned filmmaking venture.

Saunas, Funkytown and the consciousness of plants at CPH:DOX 2023

By Chris Cassingham

A raft of innovative and thoughtful world premieres stood out at Copenhagen's annual documentary festival, which moves from autumn to spring.

Immersive and inspiring music documentaries to look out for in 2021

By Patrick Gamble

SoundCloud rappers and a forgotten folk singer took centre stage at this year’s CPH:DOX.

Six of the best new documentaries from CPH:DOX 2019

By Demetrios Matheou

Ai Weiwei’s latest chronicle of the refugee crisis was among the highlight’s of Copenhagen’s premier documentary festival.

Abel Ferrara has made a film about Rome’s most infamous square

By Holly Connolly

The director is joined by Willem Dafoe to explore the city’s Piazza Vittorio.

What does it mean to come of age in the modern world?

By Matt Turner

Three outstanding new films at this year’s CPH:DOX presented illuminating responses to this question.

Blurred realities at CPH:DOX 2017

By Matt Turner

This year’s festival boasted ground-breaking cinematic experiments which offered reflections on our digital age.

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