Btw, you should probably know that after a rather controversial court decision in the Østre Landsret which is being contested in the Danish Supreme Court, the Højeste Ret, the pirate bay's website and all content therein is blocked for most people living in Denmark, so posting that as a download site is futile for Danish people at least.
Getting a press pass from Roskilde is probably going to be impossible without having a working download site for the movies.
There are many other torrent sites that offer the movie for download. Just google it and many other sites offer the movies. Most of them use the piratebay tracker. But i dont think the tracker is blocked.. just the website ? or am i wrong ? It's quite easy to bypass it by running a proxy.
As I said it's an extremely controversial court decision and the exact wording of it makes every search engine or other service on the internet that can potentially lead you to information that could potentially enable another person to commit any sort of crime they could not themselves have thought up, illegal.
It's being contested in Supreme Court naturally, and if that doesn't help, it'll move on to EU court, and then to international court. There's no way a private organization should be able to deem what is illegal activity in any country which is in effect what that court decision have made possible.
To most music lovers in Denmark this is not a huge loss since if you're a customer at any of the major ISP's in Denmark you can download any music you like for free and without DRM or other annoying obstacles from their libary of currently 2.3 million songs and counting. But it is nevertheless in principle a court decision that is by very nature contrary to the Danish Constitution.