CPH PIX is a part of the Copenhagen Film Festival Foundation together with the film festivals CPH:DOX and Buster (VAT 31285569). The Foundation along with the festivals are committed to the protection of personal data shared with us or in our possession.
The purpose of our Data Policy below is to inform you of which data we collect, how and why we collect it, and what we do to protect your data. If you have any questions regarding our Data Policy, feel free to contact us.
Personal data is information such as name, address and email. CPH PIX collects and processes personal data with the following purposes:
CPH PIX collects personal data that may include the following:
CPH PIX only collects and processes data which you have permitted us to use by agreeing to our Data Policy through signing up for our newsletter, submitting a film or project, buying tickets, or in other ways engage with the festival.
CPH PIX may also process your personal data to pursue legitimate interests such as optimizing our activities and offers, improve our website, and to reply to calls and e-mails we receive from you.
CPH PIX may also collect personal data such as photos and videos taken at the festival’s screenings, events and other activities. As described above, cookies used at our website www.cphpix.dk for the purpose of improving the user experience of the site as well analyzing the preferences of its users.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations, CPH PIX may in certain cases exchange your personal data with the following parties:
CPH PIX saves your personal data in a safe and confidential way in password-protected databases to which only a limited number of the festival’s relevant employees have access. Employees at CPH PIX are trained in respecting your personal data, and the staff members who have access to our databases are obliged to process the data in accordance with our Data Policy.
Cookies are small data files stored on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies contain information which is accessible to the webserver of the domain which issued the cookie, i.e. the website will remember you the next you visit it.
2 types of cookies exist: Temporary ones and permanent ones. Temporary cookies are deleted when you close your web browser. Permanent cookies are information units that are stored on your computer until they are either actively deleted or delete themselves after a set period of time. Permanent cookies are renewed every time you visit a website again. CPH PIX uses both temporary and permanent cookies.
Please note that links appear on our website, www.cphpix.dk, to other sites that are not included in our own Data Policy.
CPH PIX employs a number of security measures to protect your personal data and to secure your rights as a registered used. In relation to our processing or your personal data, you can always make use of the following rights:
If you have agreed to the processing of your personal data, for instance by signing up to our newsletter, you may withdraw your agreement any time, after which our processing of your data will cease. If you have created a profile to submit a film, apply for an accreditation or in other ways engage with the festival, you may request us to delete your personal information in our possession by contacting us via the e-mail or phone number below.
This does not include data which we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal or security-related matters.
CPH PIX claims the right to change and update our Data Policy without notice, for instance when called for by general legal changes. We recommend that you keep oriented about such changes.
You accept our Data Policy when visiting www.cphpix.dk and when you make use of our services (newsletters, the submission of films/projects, festival accreditations, etc.)
Latest update: May 19th, 2018.
If you have any questions regarding CPH PIX’s processing of your personal data, or if you disagree to the way your data is handled by the festival in, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You also have the option of complaining to the Danish Data Protection Agency, which is the official institution in Denmark to supervise companies’ handling of personal data. Contact information is available at www.datatilsynet.dk