Conversations are always a little cosier over a good meal. Therefore, we invite you together with Auteur to a somewhat different evening. Conversations are always a little cosier over a good meal. Therefore, we invite you together with Auteur to a somewhat different evening, when competent conversations about film meet culinary experiences. We are screening the pitch-black noir comedy 'Newly Single' and subsequently turn our attention to delicate delights, served by the skilful cooks of Hahnemann's Køkken. 'Newly Single' is loosely based on the director's own life, and tells the story of the slightly self-centered film director Astor, who on the verge of his major breakthrough manages to break up with his girlfriend and subsequently throws himself head over heels onto the dating scene. The end of the table will be occupied by the film's American director Adam Christian Clark and the Danish director Christian Tafdrup, who last year caused a stir in the gender debate with the feature film 'A Horrible Woman'. The stage is set for a somewhat different conversation over the dinner table.
Gastronomy, challenging films and face-to-face conversations are combined when PIX in collaboration with the cultural initiative Auteur gives rise to a very special cinematic experience. The director Andreas Dalsgaard, the creator of Auteur, is the host - in his own home - of a film screening, dinner and debate with the director Kasper Kalle, who is showing his latest film 'Christian IV'. The film tells the story of a sick Christian IV, who travels in a coach to Rosenborg Castle to die. Along the way, the king sends for his former wife, Kirsten Munk, but the reunion of the two reawakens a past defined by infidelity and jealousy. Christian IV's final journey therefore becomes a journey into his and Kirsten's dramatic marriage.