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Mit billedunivers favner bredt og er inspireret af landskabet, kvinden og det klassiske stilleben. I often paint with a broad palette knife. Strong, sensual colours. Women like poppies. Sensually dressed in the colour of love, fragile and robust at the same time. It is such a privilege to be able to pursue my passion.

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Finally an undertaker came by with a coffin on wheels and in the coffin a priest had fallen asleep with a nun. Indeed it was no ordinary Saturday because it was a carnival inAalborg. The procession came by and for 4 hours I stood in the sun and looked at one crazy fancy- dress after the other. The music was loud, the crowd was happy and even the nuns danced with elf-like creatures or had a swing around with a passing pope. Whistles and trumpets communicated with each other away in the distance accompanied by shouts, screams and samba music. The language was something everyone could understand and the happy atmosphere was everywhere.

I like to think the same happened when the disciples received the Holy Spirit: the language of joy and love which is what Pentecost is all about.

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Fear and doubt made the disciples fear for their lives and then suddenly Jesus stood among them filling them with the Spirit, with life and with possibilities. They forgot all their differences and experienced unity and a fellowship in their new mission. All of us present today are a part of that mission.

Theodor Christensen and Karl Roos wrote a manuscript for the historical adventure story Jens Langkniv , which tried to give Danish cinema a little avant-garde filmic language, inspired by Russian montage, but unfortunately an unsuccessful attempt.

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Otherwise, like in many other countries, it was the painters who stood behind the experimental short films. Denmark was liberated in May of by British forces, and before the year was out two Danish feature films about the Danish resistance movement and sabotage were made. Henceforth Danish cinema delved into a more realist direction, a critical humanitarian realism with a focus on everyday fate, not incomparable to Italian neo-realism; cultural issues were also focused upon. Ole Palsbo showed sharp social and psychological analyses in Discretion Wanted Diskret Ophold, , about a sanctuary for unmarried pregnant women, and especially Take What You Want Ta' hvad du vil ha', with its portrayal of a cynical climber's career.

Henning-Jensen together with his wife Astrid made both the intense psychological criminal drama Kristinus Bergman , and the comedy Those Damned Kids De pokkers Unger, , the first Danish children's film. In the same vein Astrid Henning-Jensen continued on alone with the short children's film Palle Alone in the World Palle alene i verden, , first shown in Denmark in , which still stands as a classic. A chief work was Johan Jacobsen's Jenny and the Soldier Soldaten og Jenny, , which with engaged realism portrays social injustices through the story of two everyday losers' fates, played by the new stars Poul Reichhardt and Bodil Kjer.

The movie was produced by the company Saga Film, which was started in with John Olsen as its leader. The company was also behind the noir-ish film John and Irene John og Irene, , where Bodil Kjer and Ebbe Rode play travelling dance partners who are dragged into a world of crime and ruin. C Andersen's fairy tale. In the s the melodrama returns with the popular Morten Korch film adaptations and the Father of Four Far til fire family films. Another direction pursued in the 50s is problem-oriented films, especially dealing with youth. Outside the trends of the time comes Dreyer's Ordet The new realism in Danish cinema ended abruptly at the start of the new decade, which was marked by the return of the escapist, patriotic, cosy culture, which was characteristic of the s folk films.

After the violence and trauma of the war there was an apparent need to get back to traditional Danish values. It was symptomatic, that Nordisk Film first fired the married couple Astrid and Bjarne Henning-Jensen, followed by Ole Palsbo, who had run afoul of the company during the shooting of a new film shortly thereafter he committed suicide. The movie, Vi arme syndere , was taken over by the company's new man, Erik Balling, who stood for a more populist style that, however, didn't quite succeed for Nordisk Film in the following years.

The decade's largest successes were produced by Henning Karmark, whose membership in the Danish Nazi party was quickly forgotten.

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Korch's popular novels about Danish country life, a kind of heimat-kitsch, were the widest read books of the time, and they lead to the biggest box office success ever in Denmark. The Red Horses , the first of thirteen films in the period of , sold over 2,6 million tickets for a population of 4,5 million and cemented Poul Reichhardt's stardom. The director of the films was Alice O'Fredericks, who undoubtedly is film history's most productive and powerful female director.

She also made the popular family films Father of Four Far til fire, eight films between , which offered up cosy family life from the confines of suburbia, produced by the company ASA, established in However, there were also problem-oriented films. But much like American cinema, it was especially the troubles of the youth and their lifestyles that were depicted.

Theodor Christensen's Bare en pige was a debate film about equal rights and discrimination. American films returned to the Danish screens after the liberation and immediately regained the dominant position they had previously held.

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However, in the middle of the 50s a tiff in the cordial relationship between the Danes and the Americans arose. The big American companies, represented in MPEA, were unhappy with the low percentages the Danish theatres were paying. This was partially caused by the Danish government's unwillingness to offer foreign currency for film purchases. Between October and July the MPEA established a regular blockade against the Danish cinemas, which didn't receive the big American productions until Gone with the Wind premiered in Denmark in The fast spread of televisions in Danish homes threatens movie theatre ticket sales.

In accepting the necessity of economic support to the needy Danish film branch, the Film Law of formalizes government support to the art of film. Breakthroughs in the European film scene hits Danish cinema and starts the Danish new wave. In extension of the s general tendencies towards freedom of expression, pornography is released and adult censorship of films is removed.

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Ticket sales to movie theatres had reached a high point in with 60 million tickets sold. But it was also the year when Danish TV with the state monopoly Statsradiofonien, known from on as Danmarks Radio after a three-year trial period began regular broadcasting.

TV's rapid spread in Danish homes took its toll on theatres ticket sales. In sales were down to 44 million and in only 20 million tickets were sold. Until now the cultural establishment had generally regarded the film medium as mere popular entertainment without larger cultural values. Now, where it was hard pressed by a new entertainment media, cinema gained respect.

The dramatic drop in business weakened the Danish film branch and led to the admission that government support was necessary, especially if the artistic film was to survive. This was in accordance with the s new politically oriented culture, where the state increasingly became a player in culture. The Ministry of Culture was established in ; in the government's Fund for the Arts came about, and during that same year the new film law was established first enacted in , which gained a reputation as "the world's best film law. The government's recognition of cinema as culturally valuable continued with the founding of The Danish Film School , which over the course of the 70s became a prominent factor in new Danish cinema, as well as the introduction of courses at Copenhagen University In the European film scene the s was marked by fresh signals and breakthroughs, especially with Italian modernism Antonioni, Fellini and the so-called French new wave Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, Resnais.

These new orientations also affected Danish cinema.

It started with Bent Christensen's amiable Harry and the Butler Harry og kammertjeneren, , a successful attempt to modernize the Danish folk comedy, written by Leif Panduro, who since became a central figure in Danish TV-drama. The breakthrough work was Weekend , produced by Bent Christensen.

With its generational portrait of 30 year olds with a focus on family life and a couple's daily grind and disillusionment, the film created a whole new atmosphere in Danish cinema. Following this, among other films, was the sensitive period picture Once There Was a War Der var engang en krig, , about boyhood and growing up during the German occupation, a modern classic in Danish film.

Born 4 June , died 30 May , aged Henning Carlsen grew up in Aalborg, in a conservative middle-class home, and became connected to the Resistance in Christensen and Panduro continued with the black comedy The Neighbours Naboerne , a satirical allegory about the weapons race illustrated as an escalating duel between neighbours in a suburban area.

Henning Carlsen, who had garnered attention with the English language feature A World of Strangers Dilemma, , adapting the screenplay by Nadine Gordimer and filmed in secrecy in South Africa, created one of the period's masterpieces with the Scandinavian co-production Hunger Sult, , which with the Swedish Per Oscarsson in a formidable leading performance brought Knut Hamsun's debut novel to the screen and created a complex, modernistic portrait of the young author on the verge of a breakdown. Completely outside the contemporary currents, once again stood Dreyer, with his final work, the disillusioned romantic melodrama Gertrud Theodor Christensen continued the equal rights gender debate with the pre-feminist Dit navn er kvinde The zeitgeist of youth revolt, protests, rallies and alternative artistic expressions, which was internationally characteristic of the period, left only slight traces in the period's Danish films.

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He was also central in the artistic movement ABCinema , which was behind the short-lived occupation of the Film School in , a demonstration against the commercial film industry's influence on the school. In an atypical attempt to replicate American action films, the company Saga produced the science fiction-like Reptilicus , where a prehistoric lizard ravages Copenhagen. The film, directed by Poul Bang, based on a screenplay by the Danish-American Ib Melchior, has not been quite undeserving of its cult status as some of the worst garbage ever made in Danish cinema.

At the same time an American version of the film was made, directed by Sidney Pink. Film censorship had been an institution in Denmark since ; the country's Film Censor founded in , continued with the Movie Theatre Law of and was further enforced with the Movie Theatre Law of ; the latter especially cracked down on criminality and the erotic. The s general free spirit tendencies, not the least of which was sexuality, became quite noticeable in such films as Seventeen Sytten, , I, a Woman Jeg — en kvinde, and Knud Leif Thomsen's Venom Gift, In recognition of the zeitgeist — as well as the economic potential — the ban on pornography was lifted, first on written erotica in via the social-democrat government , then for pornographic images in , via a conservative Minister of Justice.

Thereafter the adult censorship of films was also abandoned ; the censor institutions now only had to assess which of the films children would be allowed to see since there had only been two movie ratings: forbidden for children under 16 years and forbidden for children under 12 years. In film censorship was completely abolished in Denmark. Organization of governmental movie support finds its fast footing primarily through the new consultant scheme, whose political independence and integrity come under fire from the very beginning due to the Thorsen scandal.

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Youth films have their heyday in the 70s and the popular folk comedies return again in the form of heist films about the Olsen Gang. With the Film Law of , the Film Fund was transformed into the Danish Film Institute still part of the Ministry of Culture ; from then on this became the organizational support tool for all national films. For the first time film was directly placed in the state budget. This was done primarily through the so-called consultant scheme where state aid decisions were made by consultants, who were hired for two to three years.

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In the early years there were two consultants for movies for adults and from on, one for children and youth films. In there was an extra consultant used for short films and documentaries and from , a consultant for short children's films and documentaries. The new film law also abolished the appropriation system whereby the ailing movie theatre industry became a free market.

The Film Law and state support to Danish cinema worked as a bailout for the art form, but it could also be seen as government intervention into artistic freedom, which is why it was important that the DFI Danish Film Institute could work independently of the political power, the so-called "at-arms-length" principle. The new consultant system ran into trouble from the very beginning precisely regarding its independence and integrity. Director, journalist, author, cycling commentator.

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