Synonyms for sidste or Related words with sidste
Examples of "sidste"
Five singles were released from the album: "Boing!", "Når et lys slukkes" and "I Love Ya" in 2006 and "Et
kys" and "Op på hesten" in 2007. "Boing!" and "Et
kys" both made to #2 in the Danish Singles Chart and "Når et lys slukkes" made it to #4.
A. J. Kazinski is a pseudonym for Anders Rønnow Klarlund and Jakob Weinreich, they have published the book "The Last Good Man" (Den
gode mand (2010)
His life became the subject of a novel: "
rejse" ("Last Journey", 2007) by Carsten Jensen. The largest collection of his works is at the Marstal Maritime Museum.
He died during the filming of "Olsen Bandens
stik" and Tommy Kenter was used as stand-in for some of the scenes while Kurt Ravn did his voice.
Her opera librettos include "Den
virtuos" (1991), composed by Lars Klit, "Løgn og latin" (1998), composed by Svend Aaquist and "I-K-O-N" (2003), composed by John Frandsen.
His career debut was in the local Danish hip hop group
Niveau. He also contributed to the group Suspekt and their self-titled album ""Suspekt"" in 1999. He later joined Suspekt, where he wrote, co-composed and also featured as a rapper on ""Ingen Slukker The Stars"", 2003 and ""Prima Nocte"", 2007.
From the mid 1980s, she taught at the drama school at Odense Teater in Denmark. After gaining fluency in Danish, she performed at Team Teatret, Herning, and Folketeatret, Copenhagen, remaining attached to Denmark for some 30 years. There she is remembered in particular for singing "Den
turist i Europa" (The Last Tourist in Europe) in Lars von Trier's film "The Element of Crime".
It was the first Swedish adaptation of one of the original Danish Olsen Gang movies. Somewhat ionically, it was based on the sixth Olsen Gang movie, Olsen-bandens
bedrifter, which was intended as the last one when it was made.
"A Victim of the Mormons" followed a series of films by the Nordisk Film studio which portrayed young naive women who are kidnapped, held captive and in imminent danger of sexual assault. Early titles included "The White Slave Girl" ("Den hvide slavinde", 1907), "The White Slave Trade" ("Den hvide slavehandel", 1910) and "The White Slave Trade's Last Victim" ("Den hvide slavehandels
During the 1930s, Kristensen concentrated on commemorative poems, of which he was a master – many are found in "Mod den yderste Rand" (1936, "Against the furthest Edge") and "Digte i Døgnet" (1940, "Poems a Day"). A final collection of poems "Den
Lygte" (1954, "The last Lamp") parades the themes of his writings.
He was nominated for a Bodil Award in 1995 for Best Supporting Actor in "
time", and later won two Robert Awards, the first in 1996 for Best Actor in "De største helte", and a second one in 1998 for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Festen" by Thomas Vinterberg.
Proto-science fiction can be found as far back as the 18th century in Norway. Best known is the novel "Niels Klim's Underground Travels" by the playwright Ludvig Holberg. Also, Henrik Wergeland wrote at least one play that can be considered science-fiction-esque: "De
kloge" ("The Last of the Wise"), set on the planet Terra Nova.
Zentropa may be best known for creating the Dogme 95 movement, leading to such acclaimed films as "Idioterne" (1998), "Festen" (1998) and "Mifunes
sang" (1999). It was the first mainstream film company to produce hardcore pornographic films for women: "Constance" (1998), "Pink Prison" (1999), "HotMen CoolBoyz" (2000) and the adult/mainstream crossover feature "All About Anna" (2005).
Last Tales (translated by the author into Danish as "
fortællinger") is a collection of short stories by the Danish author Karen Blixen (under the pen name Isak Dinesen), which was published in 1957, though it was not her last publication. The collection contains a group of stories taken from several other collections Blixen had been simultaneously working on for several years.
He illustrated books by several Norwegian authors including works by children's author, Margrethe Aabel Munthe ("Aase fiskerpike", 1912), by educator, Nordahl Rolfsen, ("Vore fædres liv", 1898) works by adventurer Henrik August Angell ("Vor
Krig 1807–1814", 1905) and author Jacob Breda Bull ("Af Norges Frihedssaga", 1899 ). He delivered illustrations to Fridtjof Nansen's expedition books "Paa ski over Grønland" (on his Greenland expedition) and "Fram over Polhavet" (Nansen's Fram expedition).
Vinterberg was born in Frederiksberg, Denmark. In 1993, he graduated from the National Film School of Denmark with "Last Round" ("
Omgang"), which won the jury and producers' awards at the Munich International Festival of Film Schools, and First Prize at Tel Aviv. That year Vinterberg made his first TV drama for DR TV and his short fiction film "The Boy Who Walked Backwards", produced by Birgitte Hald at Nimbus Film.
Peter Flinth was born on 7 November 1964 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was admitted to the National Film School of Denmark and in the same time worked as an assistant director on a number of Danish feature films, including most notably Academy Award-nominated "Dance of the Polar Bears" and Ole Bornedal's "Nightwatch", before graduating in 1993 with the short film "Den
Færge". He had his debut as a feature film director in 1997 with "Eye of the Eagle".
Lorenzo Woodrose performed with Spids Nøgenhat, an old side-project brought back to life, on Roskilde Festival 2011. The Spids Nøgenhat project was very little known, but the show at Roskilde Festival, which took place at 02:00 AM, became a big hit. The small stage was packed with audience, who kept chanting the chorus of the last song "Er vi de
her på jorden?" for hours after the show.
Kinck's plays are very lengthy and are often regarded as pieces for reading, not for performing. When played in full, some of his plays last for seven hours or more. They are often closely connected to his essays; expanding on and dramatizing their ideas. His great historical play "Mot Karneval" (Towards Carnival), based on the life of Niccolò Machiavelli is a prime example; also, a play based on the life of Pietro Aretino called "Den
Gjæst/The Last Guest").
The term Biosophy was probably first used in 1806 by Ignaz Paul Vitalis Troxler, a Swiss philosopher whose early works followed F. W. J. Schelling. It was later used by other philosophers like Peter Wessel Zapffe (1899-1990), who used biology as the foundation of his philosophy. Zapffe first set out his ideas in "Den
Messias" (en. "The Last Messiah") (1933). Later Zapffe gave a more systematic defence in his philosophical treatise "Om det tragiske" (en. "On the tragic") (1941). The Biosophical Institute claims that Dr. Frederick Kettner (1886-1957) was the founder of biosophy. Kettner was himself originally inspired by the organicism of Constantin Brunner.
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