The top prize at this year's third Copenhagen Dox film festival was shared between Michael Glawogger'sWorkingman's Death and WernerHerzog's The White Diamond.

The former deals with the consequences of globalisation while the latter tells the story of a British engineer with dreams of flying over the rainforest in a hot-air balloon.

OdessaOdessa by Michael Boganim was also given a specialmention, while Sabina Guzzanti's anti-Berlusconi film Viva Zapatero! took the Amnesty Award. Both directors were present in theDanish capital.

The Dox programmethis year consisted of 140 documentaries among which 21 were from Denmark. The festival attracted between 16,000 and 18,000visitors, almost certainly beating last year's records.

Copenhagen Dox isarranged by the team behind the Natfilm festivalalready preparing their 17th edition next year in March.

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