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Release Date:
June 1998 (Denmark) See more »
Interviews and footage from the premiere of the first Dogme film The Celebration. | Add synopsis »
Plot Keywords:


Klaus Bondam ... Himself / Toastmasteren (also archive footage)

Trine Dyrholm ... Herself / Pia (also archive footage)

Thomas Bo Larsen ... Himself / Michael (also archive footage)

Henning Moritzen ... Himself / Helge (also archive footage)
Birthe Neumann ... Herself / Mother (also archive footage)

Paprika Steen ... Herself / Helene (also archive footage)

Ulrich Thomsen ... Himself / Christian (also archive footage)

Thomas Vinterberg ... Himself - Director

Directed by
Michael Sandager 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Sandager 

Produced by
Stig H. Hasner .... producer
Cinematography by
Rolf Plant 
Film Editing by
Claus Vedel 

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Additional Details

28 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

The TV Special originally produced for the Cable TV Station STAR TV in 1998 has in November 2005 been released on DVD on the bonus disc on Electric Parc's 10 year anniversary edition of THE DOGMA COLLECTION #1-4.See more »
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Features The Celebration (1998)See more »


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