CPH: DOX 2018
Copenhagen’s international documentary film festival, DPH:DOX is the largest of its kind in Scandinavia, and one of the largest in the world. It aims to present a programme that ranges from the works of major international directors to new talent, from large-scale theatrical releases to films and formats that do not reach cinema and TV screens. The programme goes beyond traditional boundaries between disciplines and media, offering perspectives on creative crossovers between cinema, television and media art. Each year the festival fills Copenhagen’s cinemas with a selection of more than 200 documentary films from around the world. During the ten festival days, CPH:DOX also arranges a bunch of parties, talks etc. in different, alternative and creative venues.
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DK on the big screen
Twice a month The Danish Film Institute presents Danish on a Sunday, screenings of a Danish classic or a highly acclaimed new production with English subtitles. Tickets are 80 DKK (50 DKK for members of the Cinematheque), and can be booked and bought online. The upcoming Danish on Sunday screenings can be found at This is a great way for expats to practice their Danish by taking in Danish sounds with the benefit of English subtitles. And what’s more, an evening out watching Danish cinema wouldn’t be complete with Danish pastry! Before each screening, there is a special offer of a coffee and Danish pastry (or a piece of cake) at Restaurant SULT for an additional cost of only 40 DKK. The Danish Film Institute is a state institution under the Ministry of Culture.

Admission: 80/50 DKK (for members)
Dates and times: twice a month









Rocky Horror Picture Show
What can we say about this? It´s the ultimate cult film experience; the movie to which all others are compared. Its a rock musical, a horror film, a celebration of sexual multiplicity as well as a founding artifact of the punk revolution. But most of all its a heartfelt homage to the moth-eaten culture of old Hollywood movies and a ringing confirmation of what should be obvious – that movies are the “real thing” and life itself is but a pale imitation.

Admission: 60 DKK, open seating / And they only accept CASH or MOBILE PAY / Tickets only sold on evening of show
Time: 20:00 – 22:00
Location: Husets biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, 2 th, copenhagen