Armadillo selected for Cannes
May 07, 2010
Danish director Janus Metz's new documentary Armadillo has been selected for this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Filmed over six months in 2009, Armadillo takes its name from the forward operating base in Afghanistan’s embattled Helmand province, only half a mile from Taliban positions, where the Danish soldiers were sent in February of that year.
The film is produced by Fridthjof Film in Copenhagen in co-production with Auto Images in Malmö.
Here you can read more about Armadillo.
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