On the 26th of March the Danish Film Institute had the first of four public meetings on the future of Danish film in preparation for the film agreement which will be from 2015 to 2018. The theme of the meeting was the financial challenges facing the film industry, and the debate took place between the representatives of distributors, cinemas, telecommunications companies, producers and directors.
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The panel consisted of (from left): Allan Hansen, director of Nordisk Film, Ulf Lund, media director of the TDC Group, Lasse Jensen (moderator of the debate), Klaus Hansen, director Producers’ Association; Christina Rosendahl, director and political deputy chairman of the Danish Film Directors and Claus Ladegaard , Head Production & Development, DFI. Photo: Anna Winding-Lauesen.