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Historien om Danmark - The History of Denmark

Uses of video clips in films and video productions are often extremely difficult to trace as credits are given only to the agency. This clip of the Danish national flag, the Dannebrog, waving in the wind on a blue sky, was found by chance in the DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation) comprehensive series about the History of Denmark (Historien om Danmark) - episode 4 - The Early Middle Ages, slightly cropped and colour graded, 41.30 minutes into the episode. Can be seen here, when available from the broadcasting corporation (allow a few seconds to wind to the scene before pressing play). The clip may, at the time, have been sold via another agency.

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Image used in the Danish national newspaper 'Information' in an article about an extreme reform of the public sector. A group of demonstrating teachers are on their way to the demonstration at Christiansborg, the Danish parliament building, with a cardboard figure depicting "The Danish Model" (the Danish labour market regulation) being stabbed and carved into pieces by the Danish Minister of Finance, Bjarne Corydon. 40,000 teachers from all over Denmark demonstrated in front of the Christiansborg against the ongoing lockout of teachers and the government's reform plans to cut teacher preparation to finance longer school days. The extensive changes merely destroyed the Danish Folkeskole. Click on the image to see the article and use in Information.

This image was used as part of a feature in Kristeligt Dagblad, a Danish national newspaper, about the illumination of symbols around the world after the tragic terror attacks in Paris in November 2015. Click on the image or the link to see the feature in Kristeligt Dagblad.

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Un baño en Copencabana -

A bathroom in Copencabana

This image was used in an article in the major Spanish newspaper EL PAIS about North Sealand and Copenhagen.

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