Shanghai Space

Shanghai Space

Nanna Frank Møller, Denmark, 2009HD, Colour, 60'

Shanghai is an explosion of transformation. Every other day a new building is completed, and every year the city's population grows by half a million people. Authorities are desperately seeking out more space, while the city's inhabitants must adapt to constantly changing surroundings. In an office on the 20th floor, government advisor Professor Shu prepares the next generation of young urban planners for Shanghai's future. In order to find the space needed for Shanghai's millions of inhabitants, planners are now looking underground.

Screening:
01 August, Kino Lumbardhi, 16:00

02 August, Kino në Kala, 20:15

Category:
Cities On Speed

Director: Nanna Frank Møller
Producer: Helle Faber
Cinematographer: Nanna Frank Møller, Ke Dingding
Editor: Ă…sa Mossberg
Sound: Niels Arild, Guo Jing

Director's Biography

Born in 1972 in Denmark, she graduated in editing from the National Film School of Denmark in 1999. She also trained at London International Film School in 1994 and has edited several films, mostly documentaries – among them “The Land of Human Beings — My Film about Greenland” (2006), directed by Anne Regitze Wivel.

Festivals and Awards:

Planet In Focus, Canada. CPH:DOX 2010, Denmark.

Contact

DR Byen Emil Holms Kanal 20,
DK-0999 København C
drsales@dr.dk


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