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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark's grandsons Counts Nikolai, 23, and Felix, 20, are seen in ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
But earlier this month, the Royal Family appeared to put the drama far behind them as they arrived for their glamorous New Year's dinner at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen ... The Copenhagen Business School student and model regularly tops lists of the world's most eligible bachelors.
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Denmark's royal birthday girls! Danish Household shares stunning portraits of Princesses Mary, 51, and Marie, ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
But earlier this month, the Royal Family appeared to put the drama far behind them as they arrived for their glamorous New Year's dinner at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen ... The Copenhagen Business School student and model regularly tops lists of the world's most eligible bachelors.
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Nicolas Winding Refn on Making Dark Danish Fairy Tale ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’

The Hollywood Reporter 09 Jan 2023
After the barnstorming success of his first two films, Pusher (1996) and Bleeder (1999), Copenhagen-set crime dramas starring a then-unknown actor by the name of Mads Mikkelsen, Refn went Hollywood with the ambitious psychological thriller Fear X (2003) starring John Turturro and Deborah Kara Unger.
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Danish screenwriter Lise Nørgaard dies at age 105

Federal News Radio 03 Jan 2023
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Lise Nørgaard, a screenwriter who penned the popular epic television drama “Matador” about the lives of ordinary Danish families in a fictitious provincial town during the recession of the 1930s and the hard times of World War II, has died.
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United front! Queen Margrethe of Denmark is joined by her Prince Frederik and his wife ...

The Daily Mail 03 Jan 2023
The Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (left) joined Prince Frederik (right) and Queen Margrethe for a lavish New Year's reception at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen ... Days ago, the Royal Family appeared to put the drama far behind them as they arrived for their glamorous New Year's dinner at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen.
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Danish screenwriter Lise N�rgaard dies at age 105

Journal Review 02 Jan 2023
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Lise Nørgaard, a screenwriter who penned the popular epic television drama “Matador” about the lives of ordinary Danish families in a fictitious provincial town during the recession of the 1930s and the hard times of World War II, has died.
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‘What to Watch’ for the week ending January 6

Deccan Chronicle 02 Jan 2023
The new year has just started and it’s the first week ... The usual thrillers and the next episodes of the ongoing series are also there. Netflix ... On the same day (January 5), the streamer will drop ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’, a noir series. The streamer has described it as a revenge drama of a woman sold as a good luck charm ... Copenhagen Cowboy.
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Queen Margrethe says she is ‘hurt’ by rift over titles

The News International 01 Jan 2023
The 82-year-old monarch announced in September that the four children of her youngest son, 53-year-old Prince Joachim, would no longer be able to use the title of prince and princess after January 1 ... But the decision sparked unprecedented royal drama in Copenhagen, with an enraged Prince Joachim seeing it as a snub ... (AFP). .
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Danish queen says she is 'hurt' by rift over titles

Hong Kong Standard 01 Jan 2023
Denmark's Queen Margrethe said Saturday she was saddened by a rift that has emerged in the royal family following her decision to strip four of her grandchildren of their titles ... But the decision sparked unprecedented royal drama in Copenhagen, with an enraged Prince Joachim seeing it as a snub. The Standard Channel. IOS Android. IOS Android ... (AFP).
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In No Bears, Iranian Cinema and Reality Are Indecipherable

Time Magazine 23 Dec 2022
Houman Seyyedi’s dark comic World War III, Iran’s official entry, and Britain’s submission Winners, directed by Hassan Nazer, didn’t make the official shortlist, but Iran-born, Copenhagen-based director Ali Abbasi’s serial killer drama Holy Spider remains in the run.
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A Trio of Farsi-Language Features Are in the International Feature Oscar Race

The Hollywood Reporter 14 Dec 2022
Show additional share options. Show additional share options ... Alongside Iran’s official entry, Houman Seyyedi’s darkly comic World War III, Denmark has submitted serial killer drama Holy Spider from Iran-born, Copenhagen-based Ali Abbasi ... Related Stories. Movie News Feinberg Snapshot. Six Standout Crafts Contenders ... ....
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What films are out this week: From Pinocchio to Christmas In The Caribbean

Metro UK 08 Dec 2022
Supplied) ... Black Panther star Letitia Wright and rising British talent Tamara Lawrance put in award-worthy performances in this engrossing drama based on an astonishing true story ... Third and final part of Danish auteur Lars Von Trier’s bonkers cult classic medical drama – a ghost story rooted in a hospital built on Copenhagen’s old bleaching ponds.
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The Kingdom Is the Strangest Medical Drama You’ll Ever See

The Atlantic 28 Nov 2022
The Kingdom , Lars von Trier’s 1990s miniseries about the supernatural goings-on in a Copenhagen hospital, isn’t your average medical drama . The focus isn’t on mass emergencies, rushed consultations, or code blues. Instead, the first episode features a tedious argument about who has administrative clearance to order CT scans. Also ... [ Read ... .
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Cop27: What is it and why does it matter?

The Irish Times 07 Nov 2022
World leaders gather in Egypt this week to discuss how to curb climate catastrophe ... Cop stands for conference of the parties under the UNFCCC, and the annual meetings have swung between fractious and soporific, interspersed with moments of high drama and the occasional triumph (the Paris agreement in 2015) and disaster (Copenhagen in 2009) ... Cop27 ... .
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What is Cop27 and why does it matter?

The Observer 07 Nov 2022
Cop stands for conference of the parties under the UNFCCC, and the annual meetings have swung between fractious and soporific, interspersed with moments of high drama and the occasional triumph (the Paris agreement in 2015) and disaster (Copenhagen in 2009) ... They were promised at the Copenhagen Cop in 2009 they would receive $100bn a year by 2020.

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