"Huset-KBH has since 1970 been Denmark’s first and largest culture house! Today Huset hosts approx. 1400 annual events spread across 10 diverse stages... Huset even has it’s own board game café, a small kitsch cinema and Europe’s first non-profit restaurant to battle food waste! ...This unique venue has a remarkable legacy spanning over four decades and is very important to many Copenhagen residents who know it for its colourful history."
There is a heightened significance for the Danish Premiere with Julie being from Denmark and the film recently coming off of a successful screening at the Kaleidoscopic Arts Platform in London for the Wandsworth Fringe with some glowing reviews from Writing About Dance and A Younger Theatre:
For discussion on the film, you can read my interview with The New Current focussing on The Body Canvas that was conducted just before Kaleidoscopic. You can follow me on Twitter @PaulEVernon, find me on my official Facebook or look me up on my brand new Instagram too. Sincerely, thanks for reading!
Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.