Danish filmmaker Mads Matthieson directs first-time actor and former bodybuilder Kim Kold in Teddy Bear a film about a man hard in muscle, soft at heart and weak in confidence. Matthieson sweetly juxtaposes the rough and the cuddly to tell an unusual but hope-filled story about different types of love: family, romantic and cross-cultural. The… Read more »
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Funding cuts mean creative approaches to growing demand for counsellors