F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS (Season 2 Trailer)
The second season of F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS is a literal around the world tour. Watch as Action Bronson, Big Body Bes, The Alchemist, and Meyhem Lauren continue to give you the road map of how you should be living your life. The Copenhagen episode
is co-produced by the Danish Vice office and since it's a broadcast series I can only post the trailer.
Editior, MUNCHIES DK: Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen
Production Manager: Mathias Arvedsen
Production Coordinator: Mads Roikjær
Production Assistant: Marc Ingvorsen
Production Assistant: Anders Hansen
Fixer: Jonathan Soriano
Produced by Vice Media New York
Executive Producer: Lauren Cynamon
Field Producer: Jayson Haedrich
DOP: Tom Gould
Camera Operator: Bernardo Garcia
Camera Assistant: Jack Newton
BREXIT STAGE LEFT - Trailer (UK IP ONLY)
In the wake of the UK triggering article 50, award-winning comedian Jamali Maddix and three of his stand up comedian pals - Fern Brady, Alfie Brown and Sean McLoughlin - take in a quick-fire, stand-up comedy tour of Europe. Brexit Stage Left premiered on June 14 2017 on VICELAND and since it's a broadcast series I can only post the trailer.
Produced by Vice Media UK
Local Fixer - Copenhagen Episode: Mathias Arvedsen
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RADICAL REWIRE - THE FEED
HOW DO YOU REWIRE A JIHADIST? (AUSTRALIAN IP ONLY)
In this half-hour special of The Feed, we take you inside a so-called Islamic State de-radicalisation program with an exclusive interview with a young parti-cipant. We also hear from others at the coal face of Australia's new strategy to counter violent extremism.
Produced by SBS Australia
DOP Denmark: Mathias Arvedsen
Producer Denmark: Andreas Digens
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The part time warrior / FRITIDSKRIGEREN (DK IP ONLY)
We travel to Iraq to meet danish Ali Gafoor, who lives in the city of Basra with his son and wife while working in an oil company. War is his hobby and once a month he participates, along with a militia of volunteers in the fighting against the Islamic State. Language: danish.
This was shortlisted in The Lovie Awards 2017 under News / Politics Internet Videos.
Produced by Vice Denmark
Editor In Chief: Benjamin Kürstein
Host/Producer: Florian Elabdi
Camera/Producer: Mohammed Al Jizani
Supervising Producer: Mathias Arvedsen
Editor: Rune Andersen & Tom Greenwood
Assistent Editor: Oliver Hagde
Motion Graphics: Alex Dubrocard
Sex, Violence, & The Neon Demon: VICE Talks Film with Nicolas Winding Refn
In the run up to the release of Refn's new release "The Neon Demon," VICE meets the Director in his hometown of Copenhagen to discuss ultraviolence on screen, and the intersection between European Cinema and Hollywood.
Produced by Vice UK
Supervising Producer: Rhys James
Host: Hannah Ewens
Associated Producer/Camera: Adrian Choa
Local Fixer/Camera: Mathias Arvedsen
Camera: Devin Yuciel
Editor: Rhiannon Mayor & Ben Melbourn
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES: Chef Rene Redzepi Finds Incredible Flavors in the Most Unexpected Places
On this episode of VICE's 'Autobiographies' series, we meet chef Rene Redzepi, who owns the continuously award-winning NOMA restaurant in Copenhagen. Redzepi takes us inside his kitchen to talk about his culinary origins, his chaotic day-to-day responsibilities, and his plans for the future.
Produced by Vice UK
Series Producer: Andrea Eisenhart
Senior Producer: Amy Brown
Camera: Jack Newman & Adrian Choa
Local Fixer/Production Assistant: Mathias Arvedsen
Camera: Devin Yuciel
Editor: Devin Yuciel & Martha Velasquez
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COPENHAGEN KILLINGS: THE AFTERMATH
On February 14, a gunman opened fire on a café in Copenhagen, killing one man and injuring three police officers. The café was hosting a debate on free speech — featuring the controversial cartoonist Lars Vilks, famous for his 2007 drawing of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad as a dog. Hours later, the shooter, who had fled the scene of the crime, reappeared outside of Denmark’s central synagogue, where he shot and killed a Jewish volunteer guard and wounded two more police officers. The shooter again fled the scene, sparking a citywide manhunt.
Around 5am on February 15, the suspected gunman was located by police and shot dead. He was soon identified as Omar el-Hussein, a 22-year-old Danish-born Muslim man, who had just been released from jail. Authorities suspect Hussein may have been radicalized by supporters of the Islamic State militant group while in prison.
Hours later, VICE News landed in Copenhagen to investigate the aftermath of the attacks. We attended a nighttime rally of the anti-Islam group PEGIDA and met with Denmark’s Chief Rabbi and a representative from pan-Islamic organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, who said that Islamophobia is rising in the Danish capital.
Produced by Vice News Global
Editor at Vice DK: Ian Moore
Host: Aws Al-Jezairy
Journalist: Katie Engelhart
Camera: Phil Caller & Mathias Arvedsen
Editor: Daniel Bateman
Fixer: Andreas Müller Digens
VICE ON DR3
14 STORIES IN 8 EP'S TV DOCUMENTARY SERIES (TRAILER)
E05 - The Drug Users & Limboland
E06 - Illegal Street Racing & The New Right Wing
E07 - After The War & Anti Fracking With Greenpeace
E08 - Fighting IS
E01 - The Danish Jihadists
E02 - The White Terrorist & Danish Pegida
E03 - Blockupy Frankfurt & Returning To The Holy Land
E04 - Bareback Sex & Danish Graffitty
Produced by Vice Denmark & DR Ung
Videographer and Fieldproducer: Mathias Arvedsen
The series got nominated for the Danish TV awards (TV Prisen) for the best Current Affairs program in 2015.
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