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Interactive Dogme film heads for MIPCOM

On the eve of the Millennium, the four Danish directors behind the Dogme 95 movement spent the crucial hour between 23.30 and 00.40 making their first film together -the first interactive TV movie, simply known as D-Dag (D-Day). The movie, which had its world premiere at the Danish TV-Festival, will make it's international premiere at MIPCOM, where Trust Film Sales' Rikke Ennis will present the film as well as the concept.

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