Audience Stats from CPH:PIX

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With 150 films spread over 14 days was not made ​​on the part of the festival in 2014, but which was, in turn, turned up the size of events outside the theater.It’s part of the reason that the audience figure this year reached 50,064, according to CPH PIX. “Our core activity is the good experience at the cinema with films that audiences might not otherwise get a chance to see, and therefore we are extremely happy that progress in theaters continues, “says Festival Director Jacob Neiiendam. “But with that said, this year we have been extra creative with our film events outside the theaters. So activities such as On Location, Open Air, Live and PIX on Stage has also played a major role in the success we have experienced in years. “

During the period the program was released March 12 for final day at the festival April 16, the festival could note a total audience of 50,064, an increase of 16% from last year’s 43,018.

More CPH PIX 2014

During the summer it will CPH PIX-curated program of movies on the lawn continue to gather audiences in Tivoli for a reunion with a number of new and old classics such. “The Seven Year Itch”, “Koyaanisqatsi” and “The Royal Tenenbaums”.

On June 20, invites festival in cooperation with the Red Cross to open air movies on Avnstrup Asylum Centre. And in August reminder CPH PIX tradition to Elsinore for a night where HamletScenen hosts the view of Peter Brooks harsh Shakespearean adaptation “King Lear” in the open air in Kronborg Castle Yard.

CHP PIX’s cooperation with DR K means that more of the films from this year’s program will also be shown on the TV channel.

via the Danish Film Institute

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