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short subject: Creativity, protest, training: Three modes of independent film-making in Denmark

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This short subject explores Danish independent film production from around the turn of the millennium until today, highlighting three, non-exclusive modes of independent film-making: protest, creativity and training. Digital innovation within modes of production and distribution has laid the ground for this development, which only to a limited degree has attracted the attention of the general public.
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Keywords: Danish film culture; creativity; digital innovation; film as protest; film production; independent film

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Aalborg University

Publication date: March 1, 2016

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  • The Journal of Scandinavian Cinema is a new scholarly journal devoted to film in the Scandinavian countries. It aims to become the prime site for excellent research and engaging discussions on cinema in Scandinavia, both within the national context of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and as a region existing in a globalized world.
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