The first presentation of film in Denmark was made on June 7, 1896
by Vilhelm Pacht in Raadhuspladsen in Copenhagen. A Lumiere camera and
film program was used.
The first film produced in Denmark was Korsel med Gronlandske Hunde in 1896.
The first feature film over 1 hour was Den Sorte Drom in 1911.
The first 'talkie' in Denmark was Eskimo in 1930.
first color film was Tricks in 1956
The first film archive in the world was the Danish Statens
Arkiv fo Historiske Film og Stemmer, which started in the spring of
1910 when Anker Kirkeby of the Copenhagen newspaper Politiken approached Ole Olsen of Nordisk Films to preserve a copy of each film
for the future.