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Marathon Dok 2014

March 1, 2014. From 14:00 to 22:00. Theodor Christensens Plads 1, Filmskolen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Marathon Dok is a looooong day full of funny, fascinating and fantastic documentaries. This one-day screening program brings new international high quality documentaries to the big screen in the beautiful cinema of the Danish Film School. The screenings start at 14:00 and end at 22:00.

We invite you to sink in one of the cosy theatre seats in the nice atmosphere of The Danish Film School's cinema and have a day surrounded by coffee, colleagues and of course the latest of the best international creative documentaries.

We will start the screenings at 14:00. Warm coffee and refreshments will accompany you for the first block of documentaries screened. We continue showing films until 22:00 with a couple of breaks included to stretch your legs, fill your coffee cups, grab a sandwich and last but not least network with your wonderful colleagues.

Marathon Dok is open for participation to students and professionals from the film and TV industry only.

How to participate

The price for participation is 120 DKK. The participation fee includes all the screenings, coffee, sandwich etc. The participation fee on 120 DKK is paid upon your arrival at the film school on March 1, 2014. Please note that we only accept cash.

In order to participate in Marathon Dok you need to sign up no later than Thursday, February 27 at noon. Please send an email with your name and contact info on all the people registering and write Marathon Dok in the subject line. You sign up by sending an email to –

Film program

The program for Marathon Dok will consist of 10 - 12 new documentaries programmed in four screening blocks.

Soon we will publish information on the films we are screening at Marathon Dok 2014.

1st screening block starting at 14:00

Notes on Blindness

Exit Point (Poland, 2012, 17 min) by Jagoda Szelc. Produced by Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna.

The High Heel High (Finland 2013, 8 min) by Christer Lindström. Produced by Toni Panula for Hallava Filmi Oy.

I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked (Israel, 2013, 9 min) by Yuval Hameiri & Michal Vaknin.

The Verdict (Croatia, 2013, 11 min) by Ðuro Gavran.

L'Europe Moderne (Sweden 2013, 13 min) by Maja Kekonius. Produced by Maja Kekonius and Marta Dauliute. 

Notes on Blindness (UK 2013, 12 min) by Pete Middleton and James Spinney. Produced by Jojo Ellison, Pete Middleton and Jen Kerrison.

2nd screening block starting at 16:00

Tonight we'll become women

Tonight we'll become women (The Netherlands, 2013, 15 min) by Josefien Hendriks. Produced by Boudewijn Koole & Jolanda Segers for JvdWfilm, The Netherlands.

Soul Food Stories (Bulgaria/Finland, 2013, 68 min) by Tonislav Hristov. Produced by Boris Despodov for Arthouse Blockbusters.

Bulgaria / Finland, 2013

Bulgaria / Finland, 2013



3rd screening block starting at 18:00

Return to Homs

Return to Homs (Syria/Germany, 2013, 87 min) by Talal Derki. Produced by Orwa Nyrabia for Proaction Film, Syria and Hans Robert Eisenhauer for Ventana-Film GmbH, Germany.

4th screening block starting at 20:00


Happiness (France/Finland 2013, 75 min) by Thomas Balmès. Produced by Patrick Winocour and Juliette Guigon for Quark Productions, France and Kaarle Aho for Making Movies Oy, Finland.

France / Finland, 2013

France / Finland, 2013



EDN Contact:

Ove Rishøj Jensen







Marathon Dok 2014 is made possible by support from The Danish Film Institute.