Denmark is one of the smallest countries of Scandinavia, with a minor language and a population of only 5.6 million people. Denmark is almost inconspicuous and yet very startling in terms of television and film. Danish films are frequently screened at international film festivals, like Cannes or the Berlinale, and regularly win important prizes at these festivals. The domestic market share of Danish films belongs to the highest in Europe, and in the annual film top ten in Denmark there are always at least three Danish titles. Furthermore Danish films and series are screened abroad outside the festival circuit . . .
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