Danish Film Institute
The Danish Film Institute, DFI, is Denmark’s national agency for film and cinema culture. DFI supports the development, production, and distribution of films and run the national archives. In addition DFI has one of the world’s largest film libraries.
In the heart of Copenhagen by the King’s Garden, The DFI Filmhouse is the vibrant meeting place for filmbuffs and filmmakers alike with the Cinemateque, and its three movie theatres, a videoteque, restaurant and cafe, bookshop, and a film lab for children; FILM-Y.
DFI is the place of birth for Dogma created by Lars Von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg amongst others. This is, where Danish films maintain its high international profile. Danish films are present at all influential film festivals and have an impressive list of wins.
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