BioGrafen is currently in transition on to a new platform in a new location. We invite you in the meantime to go explore for quality film experiences on your own.
Appreciate them and the people that make them 🙂
Screenings of the Past
1st of December at 20 o’clock
En rød løber for Asta Nielsen – Eva Tind
More info about the film here
30th of October at 20.00
Papay Gyro Nights Nomad`s Museum
Read more about the event here
29th of September 2016
ODE and Moire – Kim Adler Mejdahl
LIFE – 26th of May at 19.30
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…. and Spring – Kim Ki Duk, 2003
Last event before summerbreak. There will be a surprise – and bonfire as always.
CYCLES – 28th of april
The Tin Drum – Volker Schlöndorff, 1979 & presenting Bjørn Staal Dinesen
We’ll be unveiling some of our thoughts and plans for the future in BioGrafen, where we are taking initiative to help the flow of value in the film business to get to the actual creators of films and film art – the FilmArtists. We also present work by artist Bjørn Staal Dinesen leading up to the screening of the fantastic, very artistic and historic film The Tin Drum.
March: Three events at Copenhagen Architecture Festival, CAFx
Walking – 28th of February
Kl 15 (85 min) Walking the Camino – Lydia B Smith
Kl 16.45 – short surprise from The David Lynch Interview Project
Kl 17.30 (154 min) Return to Cold Mountain – Anthony Minghella
DEATH – 17th of january 15 – 21 o´clock
Kl 15 (106 min) My life Without Me – Lynne Isabel Coixet
Kl 17 (58 min) Surprise: På Sporet af den tabte tid, om Mogens Rukow – Flemming Lyngse
Kl 18.30 (123 min) Only Lovers Left Alive – Jim Jarmusch
The Beaches of Agnes – Agnes Varda
Agnès Varda’s latest cinematic gem is the autobiographical documentary The Beaches of Agnes, in which Varda looks back upon the seminal experiences of her life: the people, places and films that shaped it. A fascinating blend of fact, fantasy and pure cinema.
At nearly 80, Agnès Varda explores her memory – growing up in Belgium, living in Sète, Paris, and Noirmoutier, discovering photography, making a film, being part of the New Wave, raising children with Jacques Demy, losing him, and growing old. She explores her memory using photographs, film clips, home movies, contemporary interviews, and set pieces she designs to capture a feeling, a time, or a frame. Shining through each scene are her impish charm, inventiveness, and natural empathy. How do people grow old, how does loss stay with them, can they remain creative, and what do they remember? Memory, she says, is like a swarm of confused flies. She envisions hers for us. Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Gleaners and I – Agnes Varda
A film very much in sync with the season we are in now, autumn and harvest time. It is a film about people who gather their own food – in nature as well as in the city.
Agnes Varda is a refreshingly bold filmmaker, especially in a danish context, and eventhough she is now 87 years old, her style and use of the cinematic tools are as relevant as ever.
The Gleaners and I will be screened on 30th of september at 19 o´clock – with a surprise shortfilm.
Stodderbarn (Tramps Child) – Nønne K
CollageFilm by Nønne Katrine Rosenring.
Stodderbarn is on slow tour in Denmark. You can arrange a screening near you or follow the tour to see where the next screening will be – or book a screening.
Lucky people center International – openingfilm 19th of Feb 2014
Lucky People Center International is created by the cinematic artists Erik Pauser and Johan Söderbergh in 1998. It is a film that addresses subconsciousness, body and senses just as much as intellect and feelings.
InHabit – Special Event
The crowdfundet film INHABIT has an exclusive danish premiere in BioGrafen on March 16. at 19 o.clock. It is shown throughout the day for the following 72 hours, last screening being on the 19th of March at 15 o´clock. The film is about permaculture, and the role humanity plays in nature.