Program

Fredag d. 22/9

Lørdag d. 23/9

Søndag d. 24/9

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Installations

Bath — by Kaitlin Prest

The bath­tub is the only place I feel tru­ly alone.” A hot bath is being drawn for you. Take off your clothes. You com­ply with the note card. As you’re slip­ping off your under­pants, some­one opens the bath­room door. You turn quick­ly, pan­icked. But there is no one there. It’s only the sound of some­one. A woman. The two of you slip into the bath­tub togeth­er, you and the voice. She tells you a sto­ry about a mem­o­rable bath she had when she was young. She makes your bath mem­o­rable too. You leave think­ing about pri­va­cy, plea­sure and shame. Bath, this sight spe­cif­ic audio piece by Cana­di­an sound artist Kaitlin Prest is to be expe­ri­enced entire­ly alone in an apart­ment in Fred­eriks­berg. You’ll receive a spe­cial invite with more infor­ma­tion when you buy the tick­et. There is a very lim­it­ed num­ber of tick­et and the sale begins Wednes­day the 13th at 2pm.

Place

En lejlighed på Frederiksberg

Guests

Site-Specific Listenings

The Montage: Refusal of a Kiss in an Allotment

A por­trait of a retired psy­chi­a­trist who has a wuther­ing rela­tion to life. In 1984 radio jour­nal­ist Chris­t­ian Stentoft made one of the most leg­endary and poet­ic inter­views in Dan­ish radio his­to­ry, where the rela­tion between inter­view­er and inter­vie­wee is the focal point. We present this enter­tain­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing mon­tage in col­lab­o­ra­tion with DR P1 in an evoca­tive allot­ment close to free­town Chris­tia­nia. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

En kolonihave

The Montage: Nightwatch at Datalogisk Institut

You have to think about some­thing else when you walk through. Oth­er­wise you’ll loose your mind pret­ty fast!” It’s 1971. We are at The Insti­tute of Anato­my in Copen­hagen. The night watch at the insti­tute takes us on a guid­ed tour through the base­ment, where bod­ies are dis­sect­ed dur­ing the day­time and where, at night, you might find body parts stored in tubs filled with chem­i­cals. This audio jour­ney will phys­i­cal­ly take place in the dark audi­to­ri­um of the insti­tute, but the sto­ry itself is a jour­ney inside the sin­is­ter mind of the night watch. Night­watch is pre­sent­ed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the pub­lic radio sta­tion DR P1 and takes place in what is now the Depart­ment of Com­put­er Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen. The event will be in Eng­lish. The event is sup­port­ed by Tuborg­fondet.

Place

Datalogisk Institut

Opening Event

Grand Opening in Bremen Teater

How do we relate to our­selves and the peo­ple around us while we lis­ten? And if your bed­side lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coin­ci­dence that the grand open­ing of this year’s radio cin­e­ma fes­ti­val is set in a the­atre. This year the fes­ti­val focus­es on the per­for­ma­tive aspects of the lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ence and we have put togeth­er a very spe­cial pro­gram:

The British com­pos­er and sound artist Dun­can Speak­man make you inter­act with his sound piece, your­self and each oth­er in the the­ater.

Pro­duc­ers and cura­tors Maya Gold­berg Safir and Den­nis Funk from Third Coast Inter­na­tion­al Audio Fes­ti­val will per­form an audio piece about how Maya’s spare­time job as a nan­ny sud­den­ly took a sur­pris­ing turn…

Our res­i­den­cy artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bed­room lamp tell the sto­ry of a rela­tion­ship seen from it’s inti­mate posi­tion.

This night we will also reveal the win­ner of Sound of the North, a new award by Køben­havns Radio­bi­ograf cel­e­brat­ing the best audio sto­ries of the year cre­at­ed by inde­pen­dent Nordic pro­duc­ers. And we will of course lis­ten to the winner’s sto­ry togeth­er.

Place

Bremen Teater

Guests

Radio Cinemas

Kongerækken: The History Retold

Hans Erik Havs­teen and Anders Olling from the pop­u­lar Dan­ish his­to­ry pod­cast Kongerækken will fill your ears with the echo of His­to­ry, intro­duc­ing their favourite his­tor­i­cal audio sto­ries. This will be total­ly ancient, but also real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing. This event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

SEX Radio Cinema

Take a seat in the dark, and let your­self be wrapped up in dirty sto­ries; audi­to­ry “quick­ies” all deal­ing with sex in one way or anoth­er. Along the way, you and rest of the audi­ence will have a say about which audio sto­ries we are going to lis­ten to; which fetish­es we must take care of this evening. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Nordic Noir in Gloria

You prob­a­bly know Nordic Noir from Swedish crime nov­els and Dan­ish tv shows about mys­te­ri­ous mur­der cas­es and fraud. In this radio cin­e­ma your ears will be filled with true crime sto­ries from Scan­di­navia when three nordic radio doc­u­men­tarists present their inves­tiga­tive work. The event will be in Eng­lish, Dan­ish, Nor­we­gian and Swedish and all the sto­ries will have Eng­lish sub­ti­tles.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests

Love in Gloria

Love is the great­est, weird­est, most frus­trat­ing and won­der­ful thing in the world. And in your radio. No mat­ter if you’re head over heels in love, new­ly divorced, mar­ried for 20 years, sin­gle or not real­ly sure, this radio cin­e­ma is for you. We give it up for love with a col­lec­tion of the best radio sto­ries that might ele­vate you from your seat or put a band aid on your achy breaky heart. The event will be in Dan­ish.

Place

Gloria Biograf

Third Ear present Ozymandias

The two pro­duc­ers behind Third Ear has been mak­ing pod­casts since before it was hip and they are still rais­ing the bar in Dan­ish audio sto­ry­telling. Join us at the pre­miere of their brand new sci-fi sto­ry, Ozy­man­dias. It is the sto­ry of a fic­tive mis­sion into space, where a time cap­sule of short audio mes­sages is sent a thou­sand years into the future…
Ozy­man­dias is cre­at­ed for the Nordic bien­ni­al of con­tem­po­rary art Momen­tum9 in Moss, Nor­way.

Place

Empire Bio

Guests

MIRP — Audio Stories in Foreign Languages

In this tech­no­log­i­cal gold­en age, the best audio sto­ries from all over the globe are only a steady inter­net con­nec­tion away. Sad­ly, that does not nec­es­sar­i­ly mean that you can under­stand every lan­guage. Lead­ing up to the fes­ti­val, 40 inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­ers from all over the world will meet up at the con­fer­ence MIRP, and at this exclu­sive event they will present a selec­tion of beau­ti­ful sto­ries. You will meet an Ice­landic woman reliv­ing mem­o­ries of loss and love, search­ing for soli­tude in her house by the sea; a Nor­we­gian man who believes that he has invent­ed an ever­last­ing bat­tery; radio mak­er Jonathan Zen­ti who embarks on a quest to recov­er a loved pos­ses­sion, which has gone astray; an inter­view which bal­ances del­i­cate­ly between dan­ger, flir­ta­tion and dis­com­fort… All the pro­duc­ers will intro­duce their audio works and Eleanor McDowall (Radio Atlas) will intro­duce her work with sub­ti­tled audio pieces. 

Place

Gloria Biograf

Guests