May 29 2014

WATCH NORDIC FILM

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

Luxembourg’s inaugural Nordic Film Festival includes six films from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.

The first ever film festival in the Grand Duchy dedicated to films from the Nordic countries follows similar celebrations of cinema made in the UK and Ireland and in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Nordic Film Festival programme opens on Monday June 2 with a screening of Swedish drama Hundraåringen som klev ut genom fönstret och försvann (The 100 year-old man who climbed out a window and disappeared).
The following day the festival moves south to the Kulturfabrik in Esch-Alzette for a premier of Luxembourg co-production (by Tarantula) Clownwise, a comic drama about a trio of former clowns in the Czech republic who meet up again some 30 years after their final performance together.
The remainder of the festival takes place at the Ciné Utopia and features acclaimed oil exploration thriller Pioneer, shipwreck survivor drama Djúpið (The Deep), crime thriller Kvinden i buret (The Keeper of Lost Causes) and Lukas Moodysson’s new comic drama Vi är bäst! (We are the Best; photo).
All films are shown in original language with English subtitles and audiences can vote for their favourite film at the festival.

Ciné Utopia, ave du Faïencerie, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg,
Utopolis, ave JF Kennedy, Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Kulturfabrik, rue du Luxembourg, Esch-Alzette

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

Luxembourg’s inaugural Nordic Film Festival includes six films from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.

The first ever film festival in the Grand Duchy dedicated to films from the Nordic countries follows similar celebrations of cinema made in the UK and Ireland and in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Nordic Film Festival programme opens on Monday June 2 with a screening of Swedish drama Hundraåringen som klev ut genom fönstret och försvann (The 100 year-old man who climbed out a window and disappeared).
The following day the festival moves south to the Kulturfabrik in Esch-Alzette for a premier of Luxembourg co-production (by Tarantula) Clownwise, a comic drama about a trio of former clowns in the Czech republic who meet up again some 30 years after their final performance together.
The remainder of the festival takes place at the Ciné Utopia and features acclaimed oil exploration thriller Pioneer, shipwreck survivor drama Djúpið (The Deep), crime thriller Kvinden i buret (The Keeper of Lost Causes) and Lukas Moodysson’s new comic drama Vi är bäst! (We are the Best; photo).
All films are shown in original language with English subtitles and audiences can vote for their favourite film at the festival.

Ciné Utopia, ave du Faïencerie, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg,
Utopolis, ave JF Kennedy, Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Kulturfabrik, rue du Luxembourg, Esch-Alzette

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