Danish Film Database

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DFI
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Type of site
Online database for Danish films
Available inDanish
Owner Danish Film Institute
Created by Col Needham (CEO)
URL dfi.dk
CommercialYes
RegistrationRegistration is optional, however, only registered members can write reviews, edit the site, and vote on ratings.
LaunchedNovember 2000;20 years ago (2000-11)
Current statusActive

The Danish Film Database (Danish : Filmdatabasen, formerly Danish National Filmography, Danish: Danmarks Nationalfilmografi), is a database maintained by the Danish Film Institute (DFI) about Danish films since 1896 including silent films, short films, and documentary films. [1] [2] [3] When it went online in November 2000, it included data on all c. 1,000 Danish films produced between 1968 and 2000, and c. 10,000 persons, [4] which by 2014 had been expanded to 22,000 titles, 106,000 persons and 6,000 companies. [5] A media gallery with photos, programmes, poster scans, and trailers is available. The database also includes information on premiere dates for foreign films in Danish cinemas since 2000.

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References

  1. Peter Schepelern. Filmleksikon (in Danish). Gyldendal A/S. pp. 190–. ISBN   978-87-02-04523-9.
  2. Bogens verden (in Danish). Dansk biblioteksforening og Studiekredsforeningen. 2001. p. 34.
  3. "AVM – AudioVisuelle Medier".
  4. "To nye websteder for filminteresserede". Archived from the original on 2014-12-23.
  5. "Filmdatabasen".

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