120 Beats Per Minute

Early 1990s. With AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly ten years, Act Up-Paris activists multiply actions to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer to the group, has his world shaken up by Sean, a radical militant, who throws his last bits of strength into the struggle.

This movie received critical acclaim at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, where it won four awards including the prestigious Grand Prix.

  • Program
  • Original title
    120 battements par minute
  • Director
    Robin Campillo
  • Producer
    Hugues Charbonneau and Marie-Ange Luciani
  • Writers
    Robin Campillo and Philippe Mangeot
  • Photo
    Jeanne Lapoirie
  • Actors
    Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Arnaud Valois, Adèle Haenel
  • Playtime
    2 h 20 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Les Films de Pierre
  • Sale
    Films Distribution
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

3 things

The film is centered in and around a hotel where the police is negotiating the terms of a witness protection deal with Mikael, the prime suspect of a big money deposit robbery and an expert on explosives. In order to agree to the deal Mikael demands three things from the police: that his former girlfriend is brought to him, that the police bring him the contents of a box he has in storage, and that he is served butter chicken from his favourite restaurant. The police, under heavy time pressure to get him to witness the following day, agree.

3 Things is an intense chamber piece made by the debutant director Jens Dahl. In the central role of Michael, we find a playfull and convincing Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (known for his role as Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones), who plays cat and mouse with both the prosecuting authorities and the Serbian mafia.

  • Program
  • Original title
    3 ting
  • Director
    Jens Dahl
  • Producer
    Caroline Schlüter Bingestam, Jacob Jarek
  • Writers
    Jens Dahl
  • Photo
    Adam Wallensten
  • Actors
    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Lærke Winther, Jacob Ulrik Lohmann, Morten Holst
  • Playtime
    1h. 28min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Profile Pictures
  • Sale
    TrustNordisk
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

47 Meters Down

Sisters Lisa and Kate are on holiday in Mexico to relax and experience new things after Lisa’s break-up with her boyfriend. After being stamped as “boring,” Lisa wants to challenge herself and her adventurous side, and after a meeting with Benjamin and Louis in a bar, Kate is able to convince Lisa to join the experience of their lives: a shark safari. The plan is that they will be hoisted down to the sharks in a metal cage and get an up-close look at them a few meters below the surface, but when the winch breaks off and they sink to the bottom of the ocean without radio contact with  the surface, a battle for survival begins – with one hour of precious oxygen time left.

The intense survival thriller 47 Meters Down does for scuba diving what Jaws did for beach life. With a fantastic premise and incredibly effective storytelling, 47 Meters Down is a horror adventure much like Open Water and last year’s The Shallows, in that it captures characters at one place and surrounds them with feared predators. Wisely 47 Meters Down emphasizes  the unpleasant waiting time before the sharks strike, and with beautiful, close-up underwater images 47 Meters Down becomes the festival’s most claustrophobic experience.

  • Program
  • Original title
    47 Meters Down
  • Director
    Johannes Roberts
  • Producer
    James Harris & Mark Lane
  • Writers
    Johannes Roberts & Ernest Riera
  • Photo
    Mark Silk
  • Actors
    Mandy Moore, Claire Holt og Matthew Modine
  • Playtime
    1 h. 29 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    UK/USA/Dominican Republic
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    The Fyzz Facility, Tea Shop & Film Company
  • Sale
    Altitude Film Sales
  • Distributor
    Selmer Media

A Heart that Beats

Music video to the song “Et hjerte som sloss” by Janove. From the album “Artisten & Marlene”. A Heart that Beats is about dance and love, and about two inseperable people with burning determination, who must constantly work hard for what the rest of us take for granted.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Et hjerte som sloss
  • Director
    Knut Robberstad
  • Producer
    Gunnhild Oddsen
  • Writers
    Knut Robberstad, Janove Ottesen
  • Photo
    Arne Bru Haug
  • Actors
    Aurora Hopkin, Konrad Gjerstad
  • Playtime
    4 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    Tillatt for alle
  • Production
    GOfilm
  • Sale
    GOfilm, Petroleum Records
  • Distributor
    GOfilm, Petroleum Records

About the Birds and the Bees

A quiet farmer father and his son set out on a trip to the pharmacy after the teen has a little accident with his girlfriend.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Kukista ja mehiläisistä
  • Director
    J.J. Vanhanen
  • Producer
    Jasmine Pajari
  • Writers
    J.J. Vanhanen
  • Photo
    Arttu Järvisalo
  • Actors
    Juha Uutela, Mikko Kauppila, Saana Koivisto, Aksu Piippo
  • Playtime
    12 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Finland
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Tampere University of Applied Sciences
  • Distributor
    Festival import

Atelier

A young woman comes to a remote island to get away from it all, taking refuge at a modern studio utopia. All she needs is restorative peace and quiet, but her stay is jarringly interrupted by an intruder: an artist whose acoustic installation disturbs everything that the starkly empty house has to offer. The tension between the two women rises and the motionless calm gives way to growing frustration and anger. Emerging from the wilds of nature, the house becomes the third character of the story – a labyrinth in which contrasting personalities meet and differing lifestyles and expectations clash.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Atelier
  • Director
    Elsa María Jakobsdóttir
  • Producer
    Anna Malmkjær Willumsen
  • Writers
    Elsa María Jakobsdóttir
  • Photo
    Annika Aschberg
  • Actors
    Rosalinde Mynster, Anna Rothlin, Oscar Töringe, Marijana Jankovic
  • Playtime
    30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Danmark
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    National Film School of Denmark

Baahdy & Birdy – A Message from Space

Baahdy the goat is very fond of fish cakes. But they do make him gassy. Very gassy. So gassy, in fact, that he turns into an air balloon. As it turns out, this actually comes in handy for his loyal travel companion, Birdy – a bird that can’t fly. So whenever the duo has their route planned out, they use Baahdy’s fishy farts to fly on exciting trips all around the country.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Bædi & Børdi - Flaskepost fra verdensrommet
  • Director
    Aleksander L. Nordaas
  • Producer
    Aleksander L. Nordaas
  • Writers
    Aleksander L. Nordaas
  • Playtime
    10 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Yesbox Productions

Beyond Dreams

When Mirja gets out after serving jail time, she decides to listen to her mother, escape her destructive past and pursue a new life – but her old gang has been waiting for her, and they don’t think highly of Mirja abandoning their mutual dream. Mirja attempts to draw a line between who she was and who she claims to be now, and has to fight every day to keep her past in the past.

Beyond Dreams is about who you’re expected to be and who you want to be, both among your peers and in society at large. Rojda Sekersöz delivers a gut-punching coming-of-age drama about friendship, loyalty, identity and social standing in her debut movie – a refreshing and funny film about young women.

 

  • Program
  • Original title
    Dröm vidare
  • Director
    Rojda Sekersöz
  • Producer
    Annika Hellström, Agneta Fagerström-Olsson
  • Writers
    Johanna Emanuelsson
  • Photo
    Gabriel Mkrttchian
  • Actors
    Evin Ahmad, Gizem Erdogan, Malin Persson, Segen Tesfai
  • Playtime
    1 h. 32 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    2afilm
  • Sale
    NonStop Entertainment
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Big Time

This documentary was filmed over the course of six years and offers a unique insight into the mind of one of the world’s most sought-after and innovative architects – Bjarke Ingels. At the same time, the film takes a closer look at the challenges connected to his life and work, and draws an intimate portrait of Ingels as a human being: A modern man intent on shaping the world, while simultaneously struggling to create meaning in his own life.

  • Program
  • Director
    Kaspar Astrup Schröder
  • Producer
    Sara Stockmann
  • Photo
    Kaspar Astrup Schröder
  • Playtime
    1 h. 30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Sonntag Pictures ApS, Danish Film Institute
  • Sale
    Autlook Filmsales
  • Distributor
    Festival import

Birthright

In 2028 the Birthright reform is mandated by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Its aim is to ensure that children are brought up with good parents. All newborn
babies are injected with a contraceptive. To remove it one must obtain a certificate. The final task one must overcome in the parenting program is to take care of a baby for four weeks. The married couple Alex and Jonathan have just reached this stage.

The film confronts social constellations and rapidly changing technological trends. It’s a life not far from the one’s we live today and reflects on issues present in the modern world.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Birthright
  • Director
    Daniel Fure Schwarz and Mauritz Brekke Solberg
  • Producer
    Wilde Siem
  • Writers
    Daniel Fure Schwarz and Mauritz Brekke Solberg
  • Photo
    Eivind Aurstad
  • Actors
    Selome Emnetu, Mattis Herman Nyquist, Asta Busingye Lydersen, Brage Bang, Julian Ravnaas, Kristine Slettebakken, Anne Ryg & Terje Myhre
  • Playtime
    20 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Westerdals Oslo ACT

Black Gold

With a combination of practical and digital effects, this music video creates an abstract interpretation of who the oil is. The artist Bvis has the role of the physical manifestation of the oil. We are introduced to the oil at the bottom of the ocean and follow him in to John Doe`s mental and physical home.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Svart gull
  • Director
    Stian Dale
  • Producer
    Heidi Strand
  • Writers
    Stian Dale
  • Photo
    Heidi Strand
  • Actors
    Martin John McKie, Thor Dale
  • Playtime
    4 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    StåPå Film

Børning 2

The stars and the cars are back!

After two years in prison for participating in an illegal street race, Roy wants to get his life back on track and says no to a new illegal winter race from Bergen to Murmansk in the North of Russia. But then he hears that his daughter will participate with her boyfriend, and decides he has to stop her.

The race is a wild and difficult one; over mountains, slippery roads and icy lakes. The cars are also chased by the police, who will do anything in their power to stop them.

  • Program
  • Director
    Hallvard Bræin
  • Producer
    Marcus Brodersen, John M. Jacobsen
  • Writers
    Anne Elvedal, Linn-Jeanethe Kyed
  • Photo
    Askild Edvardsen
  • Actors
    Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Jonas Hoff Oftebro, Henrik Mestad, Stig Frode Henriksen, Vegar Hoel, Sven Nordin, Otto Jespersen, Marie Blokhus
  • Playtime
    1 h. 38 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    Filmkameratene AS
  • Sale
    Svensk Filmindustri International
  • Distributor
    SF Studios Norway

Burnt

Chef Adam Jones had it all – and lost it. The former enfant terrible of the Paris restaurant scene had earned two Michelin stars and only ever cared about the thrill of creating explosions of taste. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive star though, Jones will need to leave his bad habits behind and get the best of the best on his side, including the beautiful Helene.

Burnt is a remarkably funny and emotional story about the love of food, the love between two people, and the power of second chances.

Book a table at www.hotelmaritim.no, by contacting Scandic Maritim at post@hotelmaritim.no or by calling +47 52863270.
  • Program
  • Director
    John Wells
  • Producer
    Steven Knight
  • Writers
    Steven Knight
  • Photo
    Adriano Goldman
  • Actors
    Bradley Cooper, Lily James, Alicia Vikander, Sienna Miller, Uma Thurman, Emma Thompson, Daniel Brühl, Matthew Rhys, Omar Sy
  • Playtime
    1 h. 41 min.
  • Year
    2015
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    3 Arts Entertainment, Double Feature Film
  • Sale
    The Weinstein Company
  • Distributor
    Norsk Filmdistribusjon

Bye Bye Germany

Frankfurt, 1946. Jewish merchant David is trying to set up a business with friends who, like himself, narrowly escaped death. He wants to resume the traditional linen trade of his family who were all murdered in the Holocaust. He and his other self-appointed salesmen are making their way from door to door, using the most absurd of ploys to gain entrance and offer German housewives their finest bed linen. Between his duties as salesman, he is interrogated and tries to dismiss a number of charges: Why does he have two passports? Did he help the Nazis? And is it really true that he visited Hitler to give him a humor lesson?

The daring drama comedy Bye Bye Germany presents a refreshingly original view on the post-war era in Germany, but the film is also a charming tribute to the Jews who chose to stay in the country. It is a both funny and exciting story, and the post-war period comes alive in an impressively rich production design.

 

  • Program
  • Original title
    Es war einmal in Deutschland...
  • Director
    Sam Garbarski
  • Producer
    Roshanak Behesht Nedjad, Sébastien Delloye, Jani Thiltges
  • Writers
    Michel Bergmann and Sam Garbarski
  • Photo
    Virginie Saint-Martin
  • Actors
    Moritz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue, Tim Seyfi, Mark Ivanir, Anatole Taubman, Hans Löw, Pál Mácsai
  • Playtime
    1 h 42 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    IGC Films, Samsa Film, Entre Chien et Loup
  • Sale
    The Match Factory
  • Distributor
    Storytelling

Carl Lange

Carl Lange lives a comfortable life in solitude, until the policeman Osmundsen stands on his door, accusing him for raping a fourteen-year-old girl. In a Kafkaesque universe based on Kjell Askildsen’s short story, the film explores the relationship between citizen and authorities, and how power abuse influences Carl’s own self-respect, self-image and self-control.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Carl Lange
  • Director
    Alexander Gudmestad
  • Producer
    Jan Inge Wiig, Ivar Aase, Terez Hollo Klausen
  • Writers
    Alexander Gudmestad, basert på en novelle av Kjell Askildsen
  • Photo
    Tom Doran
  • Actors
    Per Kjerstad, Cato Skimten, Håkon Thunheim, Gretelill Tangen
  • Playtime
    15 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Aase & Wiig AS, Anne Kron Film AS

Cars 3 (2D, Norwegian dub)

Pixar, the studio behind Finding Dory and Inside Out, takes us to a world of excitement both on and off the racetrack in Cars 3!

Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen is suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. To get back in the game, he will need the help of an eager young race technician with her own plan to win, inspiration from the late Fabulous Hudson Hornet, and a few unexpected turns. Proving that #95 isn’t through yet will test the heart of a champion on Piston Cup Racing’s biggest stage!

 

 

  • Program
  • Director
    Brian Fee
  • Producer
    Kevin Reher
  • Writers
    Kiel Murray, Bob Peterson, Mike Rich
  • Actors
    Owen Wilson, Christela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Nathan Fillion, Armie Hammer
  • Playtime
    1 h. 49 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    Tillatt for alle
  • Production
    Pixar Animation Studios
  • Sale
    The Walt Disney Company
  • Distributor
    The Walt Disney Company Nordic

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City

The brutal and unfriendly modernist urban development had raged for many decades when journalist and activist Jane Jacobs stood up against what she saw as a destruction of all that created community in a city. The big battlefield became New York, and the arch enemy was head of urban planning, Robert Moses, known for his megalomaniac plans, including the demolition of entire Manhattan neighborhoods. Jane challenged the birds eye view of the city, and argued that it is on street level that the organism of the city is created. Sadly, this problem is just as valid today, fifty years on. Who has the right to the city?

  • Program
  • Original title
    Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
  • Director
    Matt Tyrnauer
  • Producer
    Jenny Carchman, Robert Hammond, Corey Reeser, Matt Tyrnauer, Jessica Van Garsse
  • Photo
    Chris Dapkins, Nick Higgins, Paul Morris
  • Playtime
    1 h. 32 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Altimeter Films
  • Sale
    NonStop Entertainment
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Dan-Dream

In the early 1980s, the entrepreneurial businessman Thorkild throws himself into a revolutionary project. A project not many people believe in, but he gathers an eclectic team of specialists to help him out. However, as soon as the crew moves to the provinces to start working on the project, they come up against serious problems, because nobody there is ready for a man with Thorkild’s grand ideas. Nonetheless, he defies the law of Jante and sets all sails to ensure the success of his visionary venture: The Electric car known as «Dan Dream».

From the team behind the TV series hit Klovn comes a no-holds-barred-comedy that captures everything that was wrong with the 80s, based on the true story of the Danish electric car adventure «Hope Whisper». The comedy is a well-written and popular homage to the wacky entrepreneurs, and especially Frank Hvam shines in the role of awkward Jens, who is hounded by his dissatisfied wife when he is not commanded by his uncompromising boss Thorkild.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Dan Dream
  • Director
    Jesper Rofelt
  • Producer
    Jesper Zartov
  • Writers
    Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam
  • Photo
    Jesper Tøffner
  • Actors
    Frank Hvam, Peter Gantzler, Casper Christensen, Mia Lyhne, Magnus Millang, Niclas Vessel Kølpin
  • Playtime
    1 h. 36 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Danmark
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    Nutmeg Movies
  • Sale
    Nutmeg Movies
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Disappearance

Roos visits her mother in Norway yearly, but this time it’s different: she brings bad news. At first, old pain and numerous reproaches keep Roos from sharing anything with her mother. With the help of her half brother and an old love, the two women eventually reconcile and Roos is ready to take her next and inescapable step.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Verdwijnen
  • Director
    Boudewijn Koole
  • Producer
    Ineke Kanters and Jan van der Zanden
  • Writers
    Jolein Laarman
  • Photo
    Melle van Essen
  • Actors
    Rifka Lodeizen, Elsie de Brauw, Jakob Oftebro, Marcus Hanssen
  • Playtime
    1 h 32 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    The Netherlands, Norway
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    The Film Kitchen
  • Sale
    Pluto Film
  • Distributor
    Storytelling Media

Drawn to Trouble

Running away from the school’s bully, siblings Vilja and Theo have no choice but to seek shelter in the house of the strange drawing master Mr. Pencil.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Theodors magiske revansj
  • Director
    Jim Hansen
  • Producer
    Merete Korsberg
  • Writers
    Endre Lund Eriksen
  • Actors
    Trond Peter Munch, Sigurd Heine Krogh, Alina Wilhelmsen, Gabriel Hasani Holland-Nell
  • Playtime
    15 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Fabelfjord

Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends)

In November 2015, terrorist gunmen fired into the crowd at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris during a concert by Eagles of Death Metal. This masterful documentary follows frontman Jesse Hughes, unravelling his emotions and reflections from the time of the horrible attack until the following year, when the band returns to Paris to finish the show.

Nos Amis
means “our friends”, and although this gripping documentary is based on a tragic event, it is first and foremost a highly nuanced portrayal of the power of friendship. We experience how the the near inconsolable Jesse finds comfort and loyalty in childhood friend Joshua Homme, lead singer of Queens of the Stone Age. Nos Amis is full of emotional and insightful interviews with two of rock n’ roll’s most charismatic figures, as they find strength in each other, in music and in the deep connection with the fans – “our friends”.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends)
  • Director
    Colin Hanks
  • Producer
    Heather Parry, Sean M. Stuart
  • Photo
    Boyd Hobbs
  • Actors
    Jesse Hughes, Josh Homme
  • Playtime
    1 h. 24 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Live Nation Productions
  • Sale
    Submarine Entertainment
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Footloose (16mm)

City boy Ren McCormick and his mother move from Chicago to the small, christian town of Bomont, Iowa. In this town it is the local minister who decides what is allowed and what isn’t. With the help of the city council the church leader has outlawed rock music and dancing. Ren meets country hick Willard and Ariel, the minister’s daughter. Together, they decide to do away with the ban by hosting a school dance.

Footloose is a beloved musical with songs that were on everyone’s lips when it was released in 1984. It is one of many revered films on director and choreographer Herbert Ross’ list. Instant star Kevin Bacon has since starred in Oscar-winning Apollo 13 and X-Men: First Class. This american classic depicts the timeless battle between innocent fun and strict morality. It is brimful of love, passion and a whole lot of well-coreographed dancing.

This will be a 16mm screening in Pål Jackman’s beautiful House of Prayer.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Footloose
  • Director
    Herbert Ross
  • Producer
    Lewis J. Rachmil, Craig Zadan
  • Writers
    Dean Pitchford
  • Photo
    Ric Waite
  • Actors
    Kevin Bacon, Lori Singer, John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Playtime
    1 h. 47 min.
  • Year
    1984
  • Country
    USA
  • Production
    Paramount Pictures
  • Distributor
    Cinemateket

Garden Lane

Eric and Elin reminisce about the dark, magical summer when they first met. They were just kids and their parents, Linda and Peter, were drug addicts. During a few violent but beautiful months they all lived together as a family. As Linda and Peter were torn apart, the children had to fight to survive. And then, to live.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Trädgårdsgatan
  • Director
    Olof Spaak
  • Producer
    Sofie Palage
  • Writers
    Gunnar A.K. Järvstad
  • Photo
    Kristoffer Jönsson
  • Actors
    Karin Franz Körlof, Simon J. Berger, Emil Algpeus, Nike Ringqvist, Eva Fritjofson, Linda Molin
  • Playtime
    1 h. 50 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Primodrom Produktion
  • Sale
    The Yellow Affair
  • Distributor
    Svenska Filminstitutet

God’s Own Country

Young Johnny is running his ailing father’s farm in Yorkshire, England. The communication between father and son reflects their adverse living and working conditions, the father’s utterances mostly being restricted to terse criticism of his son. Johnny’s grandmother plays her part stoically. A frustrated Johnny endures his strenuous daily routine. In a bid to escape the harsh daily grind, he has no-strings sex with men, or gets drunk at the local pub. In the spring, a farm hand is taken on for the season. Romanian Gheorghe is the same age as Johnny, who at first eyes him with suspicion. The initial tension between the two men soon gives way to an intense relationship. This opens up completely new prospects but also presents new challenges for Johnny.

In his feature-length debut, Francis Lee finds authentic images to depict farm life as one of privation. His film concentrates on the glances and gestures of his characters and their immediate physicality. The archaic landscape of ‘God’s own country’ as the locals call their county, perfectly reflects the turmoil going on inside the protagonists.

  • Program
  • Director
    Francis Lee
  • Producer
    Manon Ardisson and Jack Tarling
  • Writers
    Francis Lee
  • Photo
    Joshua James Richards
  • Actors
    Josh O'Connor, Alec Secareanu, Gemma Jones, Ian Hart
  • Playtime
    1 h 44 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    UK
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Inflammable Films, Magic Bear Productions, Met Film Production, Shudder Films
  • Sale
    Protagonist Pictures
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment Norway

Good Time

After a botched bank robbery lands his younger brother in prison, Connie embarks on a twisted odyssey through the city’s underworld in an increasingly desperate – and dangerous – attempt to get his brother out of jail. Over the course of one adrenalized night, Constantine finds himself on a mad descent into violence and mayhem as he races against the clock to save his brother and himself, knowing their lives hang in the balance.

Good Time was one of the most critically acclaimed films of the main programme in Cannes this year. Robert Pattinson delivers a career-best performance as the unpredictable and arrogant Nick, and he is almost unrecognizable behind a thick Brooklyn accent and an admirable makeup job. The director brothers Ben and Joshua Safdie provide a vibrant night-time crime adventure similar to Victoria. It is an audiovisual experience in the right sense of the term, complete with engaging electronica compositions from Daniel Lopatin, who won the award for Best Composer in Cannes.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Good Time
  • Director
    Ben Safdie and Joshua Safdie
  • Producer
    Sebastian Bear-McClard, Oscar Boyson, Terry Dougas, Paris Kasidokostas Latsis
  • Writers
    Ronald Bronstein and Joshua Safdie
  • Photo
    Sean Price Williams
  • Actors
    Robert Pattinson, Ben Safdie, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barkhad Abdi, Buddy Duress
  • Playtime
    1 h 40 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Elara Pictures, Rhea Films (II)
  • Sale
    Memento Films International
  • Distributor
    Europafilm

Happy End

On a streamed mobile video with ongoing chat comments, we see the death of a depressed mother. As a result, 13-year-old Eve moves in with her father and the wealthy Laurent family, who must also clean up after a fatal accident on one of their construction sites.

This sets the scene for the auteur Michael Haneke’s brilliant family drama Happy End, exploring everything from our morbid social media voyeurism to the petty problems of the European upper class, with the refugee crisis as a distant backdrop. This may sound dark, but Haneke’s characteristic black humor makes Happy End a surprisingly enjoyable affair. The film can swing from tragedy to comedy and back again – in one scene. Those who are already familiar with Haneke’s earlier films, primarily Hidden (2005) and Gullpalme winner Amour (2012), but also Benny’s video (1992) and Code Unknown (2000), will appreciate that Haneke picks up and further develops themes he has dealt with earlier. Happy End stars, among others, an excellent Isabelle Huppert in her fourth role in a Haneke movie.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Happy End
  • Director
    Michael Haneke
  • Producer
    Margaret Ménégoz
  • Writers
    Michael Haneke
  • Photo
    Christian Berger
  • Actors
    Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz, Fantine Harduin, Franz Rogowski
  • Playtime
    1 h 47 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France, Austria, Germany
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Les Films du Losange, X-Filme Creative Pool, Wega Film
  • Sale
    Les Films du Losange
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

High-Rise

This dystopian drama is set in a luxury tower block during the 1970s. Featuring a wealth of modern conveniences, the building allows its residents to become gradually uninterested in the outside world. The infrastructure begins to fail and tensions between residents become apparent, and the building soon descends into chaos.

Cult director Ben Wheatley created a name for himself with the uncompromising and genre-crossing films Kill List, Sightseers and A Field in England. With High-Rise, big Hollywood names like Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller and Elisabeth Moss are on the role list, but Wheatley’s artistic ambitions continue to amaze. High-Rise is a visual and frantic display of a movie, with the skyscraper as an effective metaphor for class struggle and an inevitable, chaotic rebellion.

  • Program
  • Original title
    High-Rise
  • Director
    Ben Wheatley
  • Producer
    Jeremy Thomas
  • Writers
    Amy Jump
  • Photo
    Laurie Rose
  • Actors
    Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, Elisabeth Moss, James Purefoy
  • Playtime
    1 h. 59 min.
  • Year
    2015
  • Country
    UK/Belgium
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    HanWay Films, Film4, BFI, Northern Ireland Screen, Ingenious Media, Scope Invest Producteurs, S Films, Recorded Picture Co.
  • Sale
    HanWay Films
  • Distributor
    Norsk filmdistribusjon

Hunting Flies

A captivating political drama depicting the rise and fall of a dictatorship in a classroom. The idealistic teacher Ghani loses his own principles in the course of one intense day, when he barricades his students inside the classroom in an attempt to save his place of work.

Hunting Flies is the debut of Norwegian director Izer Aliu. The film had its world premiere in the Discovery-section of the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016, where the debut films of particularly talented up and coming directors are shown.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Fluefangeren
  • Director
    Izer Aliu
  • Producer
    Khalid Maimouni
  • Writers
    Izer Aliu
  • Photo
    Nils Eilif Bremdal
  • Actors
    Burhan Amiti, Jasin Mustafa, Besar Guta, Behar Djemali, Hadis Aliu, Suad Jakupi, Regaib Arifi
  • Playtime
    1 h. 46 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Storyline Pictures
  • Sale
    LevelK
  • Distributor
    Europafilm

Hvalagapet

Hvalagapet is a little story of 12 year old Rikke’s first meeting with big feelings and this thing called love – a meeting that starts and ends within the hour.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Hvalagapet
  • Director
    Liss-Anett Steinskog
  • Producer
    Siw Angell-Olsen, Gunhild Oddsen
  • Writers
    Liss-Anett Steinskog
  • Photo
    Leander Håvik
  • Actors
    Sina Håland, Sivert Goa
  • Playtime
    12
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    GOfilm as
  • Sale
    GOfilm as
  • Distributor
    GOfilm as

In a Month

In a factory in the middle of nowhere a group of workers are waiting, indefinitely. Every full moon a telephone rings. Always with the same message: Be patient. We are on our way. When the foreman chooses to end his life, the group is left alone with no authority other than the telephone. Gradually routines start to vanish and the group gets another view on life. Until it goes too far…

  • Program
  • Original title
    Om en Måned
  • Director
    Jonas Kærup Hjort
  • Producer
    Karen Kristensen
  • Writers
    Jonas Kærup Hjort
  • Photo
    Jacob Sofussen
  • Playtime
    32 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark
  • Production
    National Film School of Denmark

In the Forest of Huckybucky

Claus Climbermouse, Morten Wood Mouse, Mister Hare and all their friends dwell in the Huckybucky forest – a nice place to live, but the tiny animals always have to watch out for some of the bigger ones. Marvin the Fox in particular has an unfortunate tendency to try to devour all the mice crossing his path. As Horace Hedgehog attempts to eat Morten’s grandma, he tries to pass a law for all the animals to agree to be friends and stop eating each other.

In the Forest of Huckybucky is based on the classic children’s book by beloved Norwegian author Thorbjørn Egner.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Dyrene i Hakkebakkeskogen
  • Director
    Rasmus A. Sivertsen
  • Producer
    Ove Heiborg
  • Writers
    Karsten Fullu
  • Photo
    Janne K. Hansen og Morten Skallerud
  • Actors
    Espen Bråten Kristoffersen, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Stig Henrik Hoff, Wenche Myhre, Frank Kjosås, Steinar Sagen
  • Playtime
    1 h. 15 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Qvisten Animation AS
  • Sale
    Svensk Filmindustri International Sales
  • Distributor
    SF Studios Norge

Jupiter’s Moon

A young immigrant is shot down while illegally crossing the border between Serbia and Hungary. Terrified and in shock, wounded Aryan can now mysteriously levitate at will. Thrown into a refugee camp, he is smuggled out by Dr Stern, intent on exploiting his extraordinary secret. Pursued by enraged camp director Laszlo, the fugitives remain on the move in search of safety and money. Inspired by Aryan’s amazing powers, Stern takes a leap of faith in a world where miracles are trafficked for small change.

Jupiter’s Moon is the fifth film by director Kornél Mundruczó to have its world premiere at Cannes, among them White Dog which won the 2014 Un Certain Regard Prize. Jupiter’s Moon is an ambitious, modern fable with amazing effects, combining det supernatural with the brutal realities of our time.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Jupiter holdja
  • Director
    Kornél Mundruczó
  • Producer
    Viola Fügen, Eszter Gyárfás, Michel Merkt, Viktória Petrányi, Michael Weber
  • Writers
    Kornél Mundruczó, Kata Wéber
  • Photo
    Marcell Rév
  • Actors
    Merab Ninidze, Zsombor Jéger György Cserhalmi, Mónika Balsai
  • Playtime
    2 h 3 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Germany, Hungary
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    KNM, Match Factory Productions, Proton Cinema, Pyramide Films, ZDF/Arte
  • Sale
    The Match Factory
  • Distributor
    Tour de Force

Kills on Wheels

Driven by despair and fear of becoming useless, a 20 year-old boy, his friend, and an ex-fireman offer their services to the mafia. But things are not what they seem. The boundaries between reality and fiction blur, and the story becomes a whirling kaleidoscope showing us gangsters and gunfights, but also the challenge of life in a wheelchair and the pain caused by a father’s rejection.

Director Attila Till was inspired to make Kills on Wheels while working with physically disabled people – he wanted to make a movie about and starring people with real disabilities rather than putting able-bodied actors in wheelchairs. Consequently, most of the leading roles are played by amateur actors with some form of handicap. The result is an action-packed and dark dramedy, but also a nuanced criticism of our society’s tendency to underestimate people who are different.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Tiszta szívvel
  • Director
    Attila Till
  • Producer
    Judit Stalter
  • Writers
    Attila Till
  • Photo
    Imre Juhász
  • Actors
    Szabolcs Thuróczy, Zoltán Fenyvesi, Adám Fekete
  • Playtime
    1 h 45 min
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Hungary
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Laokoon Filmgroup
  • Sale
    HNFF World Sales
  • Distributor
    Manymore Films

Knaster – Radio Edit

An essay-like portrayal of a group of disillusioned fifteen year olds who live in Stockholm during the winter 2015-2016. They make synthetic cannabis, eat pizza, go to school. Everything is just a click away.

  • Program
  • Director
    Neil Wigardt
  • Producer
    Neil Wigardt
  • Writers
    Neil Wigardt
  • Photo
    Neil Wigardt
  • Actors
    Willjam Lempling, Sharmarke Farhan Hussein, Denzel Miasangi
  • Playtime
    15 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Academy Valand

Knut Arild The Musical

Knut Arild The Musical is based on the untrue story on how Knut Arild rose to become the leader of his political party. This movie takes on Knut Arild’s journey from the comforts of his childhood city through to the large and unpredictable city of Oslo. On this journey both his view on himself and the world are challenged to a breaking point. Will Knut Arild manage to maintain his integrity without succumbing to the madness of bureaucracy which often breaks down even the toughest ones? Let yourself be seduced by the enchanting music, extraordinary dancing and powerful scenes through which you will be taken on a journey you will never forget.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Knut Arild The Musical
  • Director
    Kolbjørn Haugen
  • Producer
    Jon Sindre Fjellvang & Thea Marie Granviken
  • Writers
    Kolbjørn Haugen & Jon Sindre Fjellvang
  • Photo
    Håkon Borkhus
  • Actors
    Jon Sindre Fjellvang & Trond Teigen
  • Playtime
    23 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Westerdals Oslo ACT

Land of Our Fathers

After an unsuccessful life in Denmark with a tough divorce and a lost contact with his son, Hassan has moved back to his native country Jordan. Here he gets a visit from his son under the pretext that Hassan needs help from his son in order to make the trip back to Denmark. This visit is Hassan’s last hope for reconciliation with his son.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Fædreland
  • Director
    Ulaa Salim
  • Producer
    Daniel Mühlendorph
  • Writers
    Ulaa Salim
  • Photo
    Eddie Klint
  • Actors
    Imad Abul-Foul, Hadi Ka-Koush
  • Playtime
    30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Danmark
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    The National Film School of Denmark

Let the Sunshine In

Isabelle, Parisian artist, divorced mother, is looking for love – true love at last.

Juliette Binoche is radiant as the seeking Isabelle in this bittersweet movie that is inspired by the prose of Roland Barthes. A portrayal of how difficult it can be to unite the needs of others with your own – or to even know what your own needs really are.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Un beau soleil intérieur
  • Director
    Claire Denis
  • Producer
    Olivier Delbosc
  • Writers
    Christine Angot, Claire Denis
  • Photo
    Agnès Godard
  • Actors
    Juliette Binoche, Xavier Beauvois, Philippe Katerine, Josiane Balasko
  • Playtime
    1 h. 34 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Curiosa Films
  • Sale
    Films Distribution
  • Distributor
    Storytelling Media

Light My Fire

As puberty approaches, Sonja and Kine recognizes the differences between body and mind. Their experiences are various as they spend an evening home alone.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Tenn meg på
  • Director
    Rebecca Wirkola Kjellmann
  • Producer
    Christopher Stensli
  • Writers
    Rebecca Wirkola Kjellmann, Christopher Stensli
  • Photo
    Marius Kildalsen
  • Actors
    Loulou Oliva Rostad Lunder, Martine Norstrøm Hammerstad
  • Playtime
    13 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Ferdinand Film AS

Little Dancer

Little Dancer is a Lolita story of intense, forbidden love at a school for young ballerinas in the wake of the 20th century. On a cold November night 13-year-old Martha becomes the only witness to the fatal accident of one of her fellow students. Apparently, Martha is no more than an innocent bystander, but in truth Martha is carrying secrets of grave deeds and great love.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Lille danser
  • Director
    Nils Holst-Jensen
  • Producer
    Nanna Nyboe Tabor
  • Writers
    Mie Skjoldemose & Nils Holst-Jensen
  • Photo
    Nicolai Lok
  • Actors
    Karoline Hamm, Bjarne Henriksen, Solbjørg Højfeldt, Peter Plaugborg
  • Playtime
    30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Danmark
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    National Film School of Denmark

Little Gangster

Rik Boscamp is dreaming of an alternate life in which he is not a bully victim and his father is not an absolute loser. When he and his dad are moving, he comes up with an amazing plan inspired by a gangster flick. From now on, his name is Rikki Boskampi and he convinces everyone in his new neighborhood that his dad is a fearsome mafiaboss. Who’s going to mess with them now?

A zany, slapstick comedy and a loving parody of american gangster movies.

  • Program
  • Original title
    De Boskampi's
  • Director
    Arne Toonen
  • Producer
    Maarten Kuit, Koji Nelissen, Dave Schram
  • Writers
    Marjon Hoffman, Lotte Tabbers
  • Photo
    Rutger Storm
  • Actors
    Thor Braun, Henry van Loon, Meral Polat, Rick Lens
  • Playtime
    1 h. 41 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Netherlands
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    Shooting Star Filmcompany BV
  • Distributor
    Storytelling Media

Little Men

When 13-year-old Jake moves to Brooklyn with his family, he immediately finds a good friend in his new neighbor Tony. But when Jake’s parents decide to raise the rent for the room where Tony’s mother runs a small dress store, the relationship between the two families becomes increasingly strained.

Little Men is directed by Ira Sachs, who directed the warm and critically acclaimed festival favorite Love Is Strange from 2014. Little Men is a beautiful and well-composed depiction of the first discoveries of the often frustrating adulthood.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Little Men
  • Director
    Ira Sachs
  • Producer
    Christos V. Konstantakopoulos, Ira Sachs, L.A. Teodosio
  • Writers
    Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias
  • Photo
    Oscar Duran
  • Actors
    Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle, Paulina García, Michael Barbieri, Theo Taplitz, Talia Balsam
  • Playtime
    1 h 26 min
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Greece/USA
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Charlie Guidance Productions
  • Sale
    Mongrel International
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment Norway

London Symphony

London Symphony is a brand new silent film – a city symphony – which offers a poetic journey through the city of London. It is an artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity.

With this wonderful black-and-white journey through the city of London, director Alex Barrett brings a gloriously beautiful and enjoyable modern-day variation on the city symphonies of the 1920s urban cinema. His stunning visuals, combined with James McWilliam’s stirring music, help take the viewer on a poetic journey through London, exploring its rich diversity of culture, architecture and religion. It is a meditative and blissful film that celebrates a vibrant and visually stunning city.

  • Program
  • Original title
    London Symphony
  • Director
    Alex Barrett
  • Producer
    Katharine Round
  • Writers
    Rahim Moledina
  • Photo
    Alex Barrett, Diana Olifirova, Keifer Nyron Taylor, Jackie Teboul, Simon Thorpe
  • Playtime
    1 h. 12 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    UK
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Disobedient Films
  • Sale
    Cineuropa
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Love Falls Softly (music video)

Music video with Joakim Lund starring as actor, songwriter and singer in the beautiful town hall in Haugesund. The building was built in new classical style and was completed in 1931. The magnificent city hall over two levels, as well as recording in the studio, forms the backdrop of the music video. The concept in the video is open to interpretation. It shows a man on two levels. One is painted in white makeup, the other has a marked black strip or mask painted over the eyes. One observes the other. It can remind a battle between the good and the evil, heaven or hell or black and white. The video also shows various floral kaleidoscopes projected in the dome of the city hall. These are based on and inspired by digital artwork by the artist, Joakim Lund. Love Falls Softly is an intense musical short film that is almost perceived as meditative and provides room for reflection.

Love Falls Softly is screen before The Holy Mountain concert.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Love Falls Softly
  • Director
    Helge Kallevik
  • Writers
    Helge Kallevik, Joakim Lund
  • Photo
    Helge Kallevik
  • Playtime
    5 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    Tillatt for alle
  • Production
    Helge Kallevik Film og Foto

Loving Pia

A work of fiction, the film is developed from the life of – and starring – a real woman, Pia, who is intellectually disabled. Pia is 60 years old and she lives in rural Denmark in the care of her mother Guittou, 84. In the story, Guittou is getting old, and Pia worries about what will happen when her mother dies. She is afraid of being left alone. Although Pia has never had a boyfriend, she thinks that she needs to find a man to love in order to survive. Then Pia meets a man called Jens at the harbour. Pia embarks on a quiet and simple relationship with him, not realising that in the meantime it is her mother who is left alone.

Loving Pia is a beautiful, gripping and charming drama full of moments that are easy to find recognition in. The film has a patient narrative tempo and an observational style that invites both laughter and wistful reflections on old age and loneliness, but also about the little magic moments in Everyday life – of which there are many in this movie.

  • Program
  • Original title
    At elske Pia
  • Director
    Daniel Joseph Borgman
  • Producer
    Katja Adomeit
  • Writers
    Daniel Joseph Borgman
  • Photo
    Daniel Joseph Borgman, Catherine Pattinama Coleman
  • Actors
    Pia Skovgaard, Céline Skovgaard, Jens Jensen, Putte Jensen
  • Playtime
    1 h. 39 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Adomeit Films
  • Sale
    Adomeit Films
  • Distributor
    Festival import

Lumière!

This is a fantastic, funny and entertaining variety show that takes us back to the birth and childhood of film! The Lumière brothers are most famous for their first public film screening ever, with their The Train Arrives at the Station, but together with their team, they produced over 1400 other short films from around the world. Thierry Frémaux, who is both director of the Cannes Film Festival and the Institut Lumière, has seen the films of pioneer brothers Lumière and picked and restored the 114 best to this compilation. The result is not only an invaluable film story lesson, but also offers several amazing short depictions from Paris and the rest of the world in the early nineties. Lumière! The adventure begins is, in short, a must for all film and history enthusiasts!

  • Program
  • Original title
    Lumière! L'aventure commence
  • Director
    Thierry Frémaux
  • Producer
    Thierry Frémaux, Bertrand Tavernier
  • Playtime
    1 h 30 min
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Institut Lumière
  • Sale
    Wild Bunch
  • Distributor
    Fidalgo

Norsemen 2

Tre months have passed since Orm, Rufus and Liv escaped from Norheim heading for Rome. Arvid has become chieftain in the village after defeating Jarl Varg, and enjoys great success with raids to the west. Jarl Varg on the other hand is broken and defeated, missing both his hands and the map to the west. But his desire for functional protheses and revenge on Arvid grows for every day that passes.

Norsemen is a humorous drama series set in the Viking Age – a kind of Game of Thrones meets Black Adder, if you will. In the first season, the year is 790 A.D. In the second season, the Norsemen creators are taking a more international approach to the series, with parts of it being recorded in Scotland. The series is mostly recorded at Avaldsnes near Haugesund.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Vikingane 2
  • Director
    Jon Iver Helgaker & Jonas Torgersen
  • Producer
    Øyvind Thoen, Anders Tangen
  • Writers
    Jon Iver Helgaker & Jonas Torgersen
  • Photo
    Thomas Løkkeberg
  • Actors
    Kåre Conradi, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Trond Fausa,Silje Torp, Jon Øigarden, Christine Riis, Marian Saastad Ottesen
  • Playtime
    1 t. (2*30 min.)
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Viafilm, Sagveien Resort, Norsk Rikskringkasting (NRK)
  • Sale
    Viafilm

Occupied 2

The first two episodes of Occupied season 2!

The series takes its inspiration from an idea by renowned crime writer Jo Nesbø and is an ambitious political drama, a growing success in the American and European markets after its release in 2015. Season 2 picks up where season 1 ended, but the story has become much more international and was recorded in multiple places throughout Europe. Norway is still occupied by the Russians who make sure that all the oil production resumes. Former prime minister Jesper Berg attempts to govern the country while in exile in Sweden, but encounters unsuspected resistance from his former allies.

Occupied has become a talked-about show in the international press, not only because of its binge-worthy, thrilling story but because of its eerie similarity to our own unstable political climate.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Okkupert 2
  • Director
    Erik Skjoldbjærg
  • Producer
    Gudny Hummelvoll, Marianne Gray
  • Writers
    Ståle Stein Berg, Karianne Lund, Erik Skjoldbærg
  • Photo
    Øystein Mamen
  • Actors
    Henrik Mestad, Janne Heltberg, Eldar Skar, Ane Dahl Torp, Selome Emnetu, Ingeborga Dapkunaite
  • Playtime
    1 t 30 min (2*45 min)
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Yellow Bird Norway AS
  • Distributor
    Viaplay

Odd is An Egg

Odd is terrified of his head, until he meets and falls in love with Gunn, who is both fearless and fond of life. Odd’s life is turned upside down and he is freed from his worries in the most unexpected way.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Odd is an egg
  • Director
    Kristin Ulseth
  • Producer
    Luis Da Matta Almeida, Kristin Ulseth, Fredrik Fottland
  • Writers
    Maria Avramova, Kristin Ulseth
  • Actors
    Oskar Fjeldstad Bergheim, Lucy Smith Ulseth, Margrethe Røed, Anders Smith Ulseth
  • Playtime
    12 min
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Qvisten Animation AS/Maipo Film

On Body and Soul

By pure coincidence, Maria and Endre – two quiet and shy people – realise that they both dream the same dream every night. They are amazed, disbelieving and a little scared. Whilst hesitantly accepting this strange coincidence, they try to recreate the tender, beautiful relationship they have at night in broad daylight. It isn’t easy, and the harder they try, the more difficult it gets. Their clumsy attempts are sad, funny, moving – and failing. Can they overcome their inner barriers and find each other?

On Body and Soul is a movie about our fear of opening up to others and on how exciting it can be when we take the chance. Ildikó Enyedi won the prestigious Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival for this unusual love story.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Testről és lélekről
  • Director
    Ildikó Enyedi
  • Producer
    Ernö Mesterházy, András Muhi, Mónika Mécs
  • Writers
    Ildikó Enyedi
  • Photo
    Máté Herbai
  • Actors
    Géza Morcsányi, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider, Ervin Nagy, Tamás Jordán, Zsuzsa Járó
  • Playtime
    1 h 56 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Hungary
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Inforg - M&M Film Kft.
  • Sale
    Films Boutique
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

Only Yesterday

One of the greatest classics from Studio Ghibli from the master director Isao Takahata, Only Yesterday was one of the first Ghibli-films to tell a story not mainly aimed at small children. The film tells a complex coming-of-age tale, wrapped in the same exquisite animations that we know from Hayao Miyazaki. We follow Taeko, a 27-year old woman with a rather normal, but also unfulfilling office job. When she travels on vacation to visit her family in the countryside, the childhood memories suddenly start coming back to her. Only Yesterday gives a rich portrayal of how it was to grow up in Japan in the 1960s and 70s while at the same time telling a universal tale of the difficulty of finding oneself and figuring out what you really want from life. The film was re-launched in North America in 2016 to rave reviews and is a must for all fans of Studio Ghibli. Kristian Takvam Kindt

Isao Takahata is, alongside Hayao Miyazaki, the most well-known anime-director from japan. He is the man behind masterpieces like Grave of the FirefliesThe Tale of Princess Kaguya and Only Yesterday. Takahata was co-founder of Studio Ghibli and led the studio for a long time with his colleague Miyazaki.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Omohide poro poro
  • Director
    Isao Takahata
  • Producer
    Toshio Suzuki
  • Writers
    Isao Takahata, Hotaru Okamoto, Yuuko Tone
  • Photo
    Hisao Shirai
  • Actors
    Miki Imai, Toshiro Yanagiba, Youko Honna
  • Playtime
    1 h. 58 min.
  • Year
    1991
  • Country
    Japan
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Nippon Television Network (NTV), Studio Ghibli, Studiopolis
  • Sale
    Wild Bunch
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

Our Time is Now (ep. 1&2)

World War II is finally over. For the Löwander family, peace in Europe is a huge relief. They are the owners of Djurgården, one of the finer restaurants in downtown Stockholm. Gustaf, the eldest son, has with dubious methods managed to keep the restaurant open during the war years. But when his brother Peter returns from the war, he discovers his family’s restaurant on the verge of bankruptcy. Modern times demand great changes. Could their youngest sister Nina be their salvation? She wants to open a night club in the great hall, but her love for kitchen-hand Calle complicates all aspects of her life. The future of Djurgården becomes a painful conflict within the family. But the real decision-maker is Helga, the matriarch, who runs the business with the help of head chef Backe. Now she faces the enormous challenge of bringing her family together, and secure the restaurant’s survival in a new age.

Our Time is Now is one of SVT’s largest tv drama ventures ever – an impassioned family chronicle spanning 20 episodes, about love, conflict and betrayal.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Vår tid är nu
  • Director
    Harald Hamrell (1-4, 9-10), Molly Hartleb (5-8), Anna Zackrisson (11-14, 18-20) Andrea Östlund (15-17)
  • Producer
    Susann Billberg
  • Writers
    Ulf Kvensler (head writer), Malin Nevander, Johan Rosenlind
  • Photo
    Andreas Wessberg (1-4, 9-10), Ola Magnestam (5-8)
  • Actors
    Suzanne Reuter, Mattias Nordkvist, Adam Lundgren, Hedda Stiernstedt, Peter Dalle, Hedda Rehnberg
  • Playtime
    120 min. (2*60)
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Jarowskij AB
  • Distributor
    Zodiak Rights

Perfect Strangers

During a dinner party, seven friends decide to play a dangerous game. Each attendee places their cell phone on the table and agrees to make all texts and calls public in an attempt to prove that they have nothing to hide. What at first seems like a playful distraction between friends quickly turns into something much more toxic as the messages begin to reveal how little they may know about the partners and acquaintances surrounding them.

Perfect Strangers effortlessly transitions from tender comedy to piercing drama without taking away from the dialogue’s grounding sense of honesty. Throughout, Genovese provides an undeniably modern take on a classic story, examining the ways performance comes to define our public lives.

Book a table at www.hotelmaritim.no, by contacting Scandic Maritim at post@hotelmaritim.no or by calling +47 52863270.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Perfetti sconosciuti
  • Director
    Paolo Genovese
  • Producer
    Marco Belardi
  • Writers
    Filippo Bologna, Paolo Costella, Paolo Genovese, Paola Mammini, Rolando Ravello
  • Photo
    Fabrizio Lucci
  • Actors
    Guiseppe Battiston, Anna Foglietta, Marco Giallini, Edoardo Leo, Valerio Mastandrea, Alba Rohrwacher
  • Playtime
    1 h. 37 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Italy
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Medusa Film
  • Distributor
    Fidalgo

Prisoners

After a lifetime of mistakes, Linda is sentenced to Iceland’s only women’s prison for a vicious assault that leaves her father in a coma. But no one knows that she harbors a dark secret that could tear her family apart – and set her free.

Prisoners is an exciting television series from a prison environment based on an idea of actors Nína Dögg Filippusdóttir and Unnur Ösp Stefánsdóttir, who themselves play Linda’s dysfunctional fellow prisoners with conviction.

We will screen the first two episodes out of a total of six.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Fangar
  • Director
    Ragnar Bragason
  • Producer
    David Óskar ólafsson, Árni Filippusson
  • Writers
    Margrét Örnólfsdóttir, Ragnar Bragason, Jóhann Ævar Grimsson
  • Photo
    Árni Filippusson
  • Actors
    Thora Bjorg Helga, Halldóra Geihardsdóttir, Kristbjörg Kjeld, Sigurdur Karlsson, Nina Dögg Filippusdóttir, Unnur Ösp Stefánsdóttir
  • Playtime
    1h. 40min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Iceland
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Mystery Production
  • Sale
    Global Screen
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Quality Time

Five men, five stories. Although stylistically very different, the stories are connected through the director’s ability to incisively yet charitably comment on the situation of his feckless thirtysomething characters. It isn’t always easy to finally start living your own life – a UFO can stand in the way, or even just a bucket of urine hidden in a bedroom. But sometimes a time machine can be helpful, maybe.

  • Program
  • Director
    Daan Bakker
  • Producer
    Iris Otten
  • Writers
    Daan Bakker
  • Photo
    Robbie van Brussel
  • Actors
    Thomas Aske Berg, Noël Keulen, Fred Goessens, Giulio D’Anna, Bert Bunschoten, Ria Marks
  • Playtime
    1 h. 25 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Netherlands, Norway
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Pupkin Films, Leader Films, VPRO

Redoubtable

Paris 1967. Jean-Luc Godard, the leading filmmaker of his generation, is shooting La Chinoise with the woman he loves, Anne Wiazemsky, 20 years his junior. But the film’s reception unleashes a profound self-examination in Jean-Luc. The events of May ’68 will amplify this process, and the crisis that shakes the filmmaker. Deep-rooted conflicts and misunderstandings will change him irrevocably.

As he did with The Artist, Academy Award winning director Michel Hazanavicius delivers another tribute to classic cinema, both wildly funny and deeply moving.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Le redoutable
  • Director
    Michel Hazanavicius
  • Producer
    Michel Hazanavicius, Florence Gastaud, Riad Sattouf
  • Writers
    Michel Hazanavicius, Anne Wiazemsky
  • Photo
    Guillaume Schiffman
  • Actors
    Stacy Martin, Louis Garrel, Bérénice Bejo
  • Playtime
    1 h 47 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Les Compagnons du Cinéma
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Room 213

Twelve-year-old Elvira arrives at summer camp feeling anxious and upset because her best friend couldn’t join her. She’s just getting settled in with her two roommates, Bea and Meja, when a flood forces them to move to Room 213 — where no one has stayed in 60 years. Strange, inexplicable things begin to happen, and the girls grow suspicious of one another. That is, until a letter with ancient handwriting leads them into the woods to the home of an old lady, who tells them of a girl who died at the camp six decades earlier. Could this be the same red-haired girl in a white dress they have seen sneaking through the corridors at night?

Based on the popular book by Swedish children’s author Ingelin Angerborn, Room 213 will send a shiver or two down your spine — especially if you don’t believe in ghosts.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Rum 213
  • Director
    Emelie Lindblom
  • Producer
    Emil Larsson, Martin Jern
  • Writers
    Emil Larsson, Martin Jern
  • Photo
    Emil Klang
  • Actors
    Lisette Pagler, Anki Lidén, Arman Fanni, Ella Fogelström, Pascal Andersson
  • Playtime
    1 h. 35 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Dansk Skalle
  • Distributor
    Storytelling

Schoolyard Blues

It’s John’s first day at school. Unexpectedly his eleven-year-old big brother Mika shows up to follow him to assembly. But Mika has plans other than just taking John to school. Mika sees it as his mission to teach John the hard facts of the world, starting with the merciless demands of the schoolyard.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Skolstartssorg
  • Director
    Maria Eriksson
  • Producer
    Farima Karimi
  • Writers
    Pelle Rådström
  • Photo
    Erik Molberg Hansen
  • Actors
    Douglas Steyner, Olle Frelin, Eva Melander, Mela Tesfazion
  • Playtime
    17 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sverige
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Karimi Film
  • Sale
    Karimi Film
  • Distributor
    The Swedish Film Institute

Secrets of War

Summer, 1943. Tuur and Lambert are best friends. They love to explore the woods and caves surrounding their idyllic village; their environment holds no secrets for the teenage boys. But the war is closing in and is about to change their lives forever. Tuur’s dad has joined the resistance and even his big brother seems to be a part of it. Lambert’s family on the other hand choose to obey the Germans. Then a new girl from the city shows up, befriending the boys but telling her secret to only one of them. A choice that separates the boys and ultimately gets her in trouble. Tuur not only risks losing his friendship with Lambert, but even his whole family. He will have to stop at nothing to safeguard both.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Oorlogsgeheimen
  • Director
    Dennis Bots
  • Producer
    David-Jan Bijker, Reinier Selen, Harro van Staverden
  • Writers
    Karen van Holst Pellekaan
  • Photo
    Rolf Dekens
  • Actors
    Maas Bronkhuyzen, Joes Brauers, Michael Nierse
  • Playtime
    1 h. 34 min.
  • Year
    2014
  • Country
    Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Rinkel Film, Bijker Productions
  • Distributor
    Norsk Filminstitutt

Small Town Killers

The two craftsmen, Ib and Edward are tired of their lifeless marriages to their wives, Gritt and Ingrid, and dream of living the good life using the stash of money they have earned moonlighting for years. After a huge fight with their wives the two men get drunk and hire a Russian hitman to kill the women. But they have badly underestimated Gritt and Ingrid, and this becomes the start of an absurd journey where Ib and Edward end up being chased by a hitman themselves.

Director Ole Bornedal, known for Nightwatch, I Am Dina and the mini-series 1864, delivers a thrilling, black comedy that draws inspiration from films such as the Coen brothers’ Fargo, in the sense that a little idea gets out of hand and becomes a bloodbath – anyone in the wrong place at the wrong time is suddenly in harm’s way in the small Danish town Nibe.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Dræberne fra Nibe
  • Director
    Ole Bornedal
  • Producer
    Miso Film
  • Writers
    Ole Bornedal
  • Photo
    Dan Laustsen, Linda Wassberg
  • Actors
    Nicolas Bro, Ulrich Thomsen, Mia Lyhne, Lene Maria Christensen, Marcin Dorocinski, Gwen Taylor
  • Playtime
    1 t. 30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Danmark
  • Age limit
    9
  • Sale
    TrustNordisk
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

Song of Sway Lake

In the wake of his father’s suicide, young record collector Ollie Sway returns to the family lake house with his rambunctious friend Nikolai in tow to lay claim to an invaluable jazz recording. An unexpected visit from Ollie’s estranged grandmother and a chance encounter with a girl from across the lake derail their search, forcing them to confront the Sway family history and a suffering that has resounded through generations.
 
With an immersive jazz soundtrack, Ari Gold’s sophomore feature is a resonant ballad to the disillusionment that can accompany adulthood. Rory Culkin as Ollie is the personification of a coming-of-age pressurized anger and sadness, while Mary Beth Peil is outstanding as the strong and glamorous Charlie Sway.

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Song of Sway Lake
  • Director
    Ari Gold
  • Writers
    Ari Gold, Elizabeth Bull
  • Photo
    Eric Lin
  • Actors
    Rory Culkin, Robert Sheehan, Mary Beth Peil, Isabelle McNally, Elizabeth Pena, Jack Falahee
  • Playtime
    1 h. 40 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Social Construct Films
  • Sale
    Social Construct Films
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

St. Elliot

Elliot (6) has just lost his grandfather, and now his dog is sick too. Worried about the dog’s destiny he asks his grandmother what will happen to the dog if he dies. When Elliot finds out that dogs don’t go to heaven like humans do, and that his grandfather and his dog will never be united again, he sets out on a mission to bring them together.

  • Program
  • Original title
    St. Elliot
  • Director
    Tord Theodor Olsen
  • Producer
    Therese Korsvik Eliassen
  • Writers
    Tord Theodor Olsen
  • Photo
    Kevin Benum Kjeldsrud
  • Actors
    Matheo Anbakk, Ragna Schwenke, Svend Arvid Aspaas
  • Playtime
    10 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Deadline Media

Star Boys

Star Boys is a story of two families being torn apart by disintegrating moral values when the sexual revolution arrives at a conservative and religious small town in Northern Finland. The film takes us inside the lives of two families through the eyes of the children, 13-year-old Star boys, forced to observe from too close a distance the consequences of their parents’ sexual  liberation and endless need for love and freedom.

Star Boys, whilst dealing with heavy themes, is ultimately a warm and positive survival story portraying the persistence and capacity of children to get over even most difficult experiences in life.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Kaiken se kestää
  • Director
    Visa Koiso-Kanttila
  • Producer
    Silva Mysterium, Dragon Films
  • Writers
    Visa Koiso-Kanttila
  • Photo
    Jarkko T. Laine
  • Actors
    Vili Saarela, Olavi Angervo, Antti Luusuaniemi, Pihla Viitala, Malla Malmivaara, Tomi Enbuska, Risto Tuorila, Eeva-Maija Haukinen, Janne Raudaskoski
  • Playtime
    1 h. 22 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Finland
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Silva Mysterium, Dragon Films

The Beguiled

Young women take in an injured enemy soldier during the Civil War. As they provide refuge and tend to his wounds, the house is taken over with sexual tension and dangerous rivalries, and taboos are broken in an unexpected turn of events.

This remake of Don Siegel and Clint Eastwoods 1971 collaboration comes courtesy of Sofia Coppola, director of Lost in Translation and The Bling Ring. It is a gorgeous, beautifully acted movie with incredible portrayals by Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning. The Beguiled was nominated for the Palme d’Or at Cannes, where Sofia Coppola won the award for Best Director.

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Beguiled
  • Director
    Sofia Coppola
  • Producer
    Youree Henley, Roman Coppola, Sofia Coppola
  • Writers
    Sofia Coppola
  • Photo
    Philippe Le Sourd
  • Actors
    Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Colin Farrell
  • Playtime
    1 h 33 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    American Zoetrope, FR Productions
  • Distributor
    United International Pictures Norway

The Big Sick

Based on the real-life courtship between comedian Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily V. Gordon, The Big Sick tells the story of Pakistan-born aspiring comedian Kumail, who connects with grad student Emily after one of his standup sets. However, what they thought would be just a one-night stand blossoms into the real thing, which complicates the life that is expected of Kumail by his traditional Muslim parents. When Emily is beset with a mystery illness, it forces Kumail to navigate the medical crisis with her parents, Beth and Terry, who he’s never met, while dealing with the emotional tug-of-war between his love for Emily and his parents’ wishes.

Hailed as a new standard for romantic comedies to live up to after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, The Big Sick is a refreshing take on the modern romance – hilarious, heartfelt and real.

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Big Sick
  • Director
    Michael Showalter
  • Producer
    Judd Apatow and Barry Mendel
  • Writers
    Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani
  • Photo
    Brian Burgoyne
  • Actors
    Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Ray Romano, Holly Hunter
  • Playtime
    1h 59 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Apatow Productions, FilmNation Entertainment
  • Distributor
    Nordisk Filmdistribusjon

The Cat Returns (Norwegian dub)

Aoi Hiiragi’s manga about a schoolgirl’s adventures with a very unusual feline comes to the screen in this witty anime feature. Haru is a girl who one day saves the life of a cat while on her way to school. To her surprise, Haru learns she came to the rescue of no ordinary cat — the kitty introduces her to the Kingdom of the Cats, where the feline potentate attempts to arrange a marriage between her and his son. Brought into a world he never knew existed, Haru learns a few lessons about herself as he discovers more about the strange and magical secret world of the cats.

The Cat Returns is a sweet, charming film for our youngest audience from Studio Ghibli – makers of what is probably the world’s most imaginative and well-crafted animated movies.

NB! This movie will only be shown in Norwegian version.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Neko no ongaeshi
  • Director
    Hiroyuki Morita
  • Producer
    Toshio Suzuki, Nozomu Takahashi
  • Writers
    Reiko Yoshida
  • Actors
    Kåre Conradi, Harald Heide-Steen Jr, Siri Nilsen, Helén Vikstvedt
  • Playtime
    1 h. 15 min.
  • Year
    2002
  • Country
    Japan
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Studio Ghibli
  • Sale
    Wild Bunch
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

The Chef

Jacky Bonnot is 32. He loves gourmet food, and with his undeniable talent he dreams of opening his own exquisite restaurant. But Jacky doesn’t have the means to fulfill his dreams. The dire financial situation he and his wife are facing is forcing him to accept a series of low-paying jobs that he never manages to hold on to. One day he meets Alexandre Lagarde, a famous chef with several Michelin stars. Lagarde is in serious conflict with the new CEO of his restaurant group, and in desperate search for a young assistent who can help him create a new, exciting menu before the critics of the Michelin guide come back to review his food.

Director Daniel Cohen have made an delightful culinary comedy which focuses on honest, delicious french food. A must for all foodies!

Book a table at www.hotelmaritim.no, by contacting Scandic Maritim at post@hotelmaritim.no or by calling +47 52863270.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Comme un chef
  • Director
    Daniel Cohen
  • Producer
    Sidonie Dumas
  • Writers
    Daniel Cohen, Olivier Dazat
  • Photo
    Robert Fraisse
  • Actors
    Jean Reno, Michaël Youn, Raphaëlle Agogué, Julien Boisselier, Salomé Stevenin, Serge Larivière, Issa Doumbia, Bun Hay Hean
  • Playtime
    1 h 24 min
  • Year
    2012
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Gaumont, TF1 Films, A Contracorriente Films, U Film
  • Distributor
    Europafilm

The Double Lover

Chloé, a fragile young woman, falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. A few months later she moves in with him, but soon discovers that her lover is concealing a part of his identity.

François Ozon received rave reviews for this sexy thriller. It was selected to compete for the Palme d’Or in the main competition section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Program
  • Original title
    L'amant double
  • Director
    François Ozon
  • Producer
    Eric Altmayer, Nicolas Altmayer
  • Writers
    Joyce Carol Oates, François Ozon, Philippe Piazzo
  • Photo
    Manuel Dacosse
  • Actors
    Marine Vacth, Jérémie Renier, Jacqueline Bisset, Myriam Boyer, Dominique Reymond
  • Playtime
    1 h 47 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Films Distribution, Mandarin Films, FOZ, Mars Films, France 2 Cinéma, Scope Pictures
  • Distributor
    Tour de Force

The Emoji Movie: Express Yourself

The Emoji Movie unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone. Hidden within the messaging app is Textopolis, a bustling city where all your favorite emojis live, hoping to be selected by the phone’s user. In this world, each emoji has only one facial expression – except for Gene. He has the ability to express multiple emotions, which often lands him in trouble. Determined to become “normal” like the other emojis, he embarks on an epic journey with his friends to find the Code that will fix him.

  • Program
  • Director
    Anthony Leondis
  • Producer
    Michelle Raimo
  • Writers
    Eric Siegel, Anthony Leondis
  • Actors
    T.J. Miller, Anna Faris, James Corden, Patrick Stewart
  • Playtime
    1 h. 29 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    6
  • Production
    Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation
  • Sale
    Sony Pictures
  • Distributor
    United International Pictures Norway

The Ex-Wife

The girlfriend, Klara, is madly in love and all she wants is to be close to Jacob. The mother of two, Anna, clocks the time it takes her husband to bring a warm bottle of milk to their baby. The ex-wife, Vera, can’t let go of her former husband. Combining humor and warmth, The Ex-Wife tells the story of three relationships and three women, in which the characters The Girlfriend, The Wife and The Ex-Wife are brought together in a ruthless, yet very enjoyable satire of the stages in a relationship – from infatuation to divorce.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Exfrun
  • Director
    Katja Wik
  • Producer
    Marie Kjellson
  • Writers
    Katja Wik
  • Photo
    Martin Top Jacobsen
  • Actors
    Maria Sundbom, Nina Zanjani, Ellen Olaison, Robin Keller, Karl Linnertorp
  • Playtime
    1 h. 30 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Production
    Kjellson & Wik
  • Sale
    Triart Film
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

The Glass Castle

A young girl comes of age in a family of nonconformist nomads. Her mother is an eccentric artist and her alcoholic father stirs the children’s imagination with hope as a distraction to their poverty. Her father is dreaming of building a crystal castle for the family, and works on the sketch for the construction every chance he gets, but every new place the family moves to and every new quarrel between their parents leads the children closer to the difficult truth: If they want to fulfil their dreams in the real world, they have to get away from their parents.

In this gripping drama based on Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoirs, Oscar winner Brie Larson (Room) shines in the role of the young woman who, despite much pain and adversity, was inspired by her unconventional father to create a successful life for herself. Woody Harrelson delivers a simply spectacular performance as the father Rex, who is torn between his big dreams, his rebellion against the social structures and his inner demons.

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Glass Castle
  • Director
    Destin Daniel Cretton
  • Producer
    Erik Feig, Ken Kao, Gil Netter
  • Writers
    Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Lanham
  • Photo
    Brett Pawlak
  • Actors
    Brie Larson, Naomi Watts, Woody Harrelson, Max Greenfield
  • Playtime
    2 h 7 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Lionsgate, Netter Productions
  • Distributor
    Nordisk Film Distribusjon

The Journey

After nearly 40 years of violence in Northern Ireland, two political opponents meet on neutral grounds in Scotland. Ian Paisley is the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, while Martin McGuinness is the leader of Sinn Fein. After a shaky start to the peace talks, Paisley must take a break in the talks and go home to celebrate his wedding day. Tony Blair and the British team eye an opportunity and send both of them to the airport in a wire-tapped and camera-monitored car, with a British agent undercover behind the wheel. The hope is that the ice front will thaw and provide room for dialogue – can Paisley and McGuinness join forces and change history?

Class actors Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall deliver outstanding roles in Nick Hamm’s engaging drama, which explores a historic drive with an often tongue-in-cheek-approach. The Journey is a first-class example of the potential for cinematic tension in placing people who despise each other in a small room, becoming a proud heir to confined space classics like Sidney Lumet’s 12 Angry Men and Alfred Hitchcock’s Lifeboat.

 

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Journey
  • Director
    Nick Hamm
  • Producer
    Nick Hamm, Mark Huffam
  • Writers
    Colin Bateman
  • Photo
    Greg Gardiner
  • Actors
    Timothy Spall, Colm Meaney, John Hurt
  • Playtime
    94
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Storbritannia
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Greenroom Entertainment, Tempo Productions Limited
  • Sale
    IM Global
  • Distributor
    SF Studios Norway

The King’s Choice

On the 9th of April 1940, German troops invade Oslo. The king of Norway is faced with a choice that will change his nation forever. An epic film about the real events that turned a brave man into the people’s king.

The King’s choice holds the new record for the number of nominations given to a single movie from the Amanda committee, receiving 12 Amanda Award nominations in 11 categories.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Kongens Nei
  • Director
    Erik Poppe
  • Producer
    Stein Kvae, Finn Gjerdrum
  • Writers
    Harald Rosenløw Eeg, Jan Trygve Røyneland
  • Photo
    John Christian Rosenlund
  • Actors
    Jesper Christensen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Tuva Novotny, Karl Markovics, Arthur Hakalahti, Erik Hivju, Rolf Kristian Larsen
  • Playtime
    2 h. 13 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Paradox Film
  • Sale
    Beta Cinema
  • Distributor
    Nordisk Film Distribution AS

The Light Between Oceans

Tom – a lighthouse keeper on the island of Janus Rock– and his wife Isabel are struggling after suffering several miscarriages. One day they find a rowing boat stranded on the beach and discover a baby girl inside it. Isabel believes it to be a miracle destined for them and they make the difficult decision to raise the child as their own. At the christening Tom happens upon a woman crying at a grave in the churchyard – a woman who is mourning the loss of her husband and newborn daughter at sea. When he realizes that she must be the birth mother of their daughter, he finds himself suddenly torn between his family and the guilt of depriving another woman of her child.

This heart-rending adaption of the best-selling book by M.L. Stedman is more proof of Cianfrance’s ability to create films, which touch us at our very core. The astonishing mise-en-scène – the harsh, yet beautiful, isolated island – combined with virtuoso performances from Academy Award winners and nominees, Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander and Rachel Weisz, contribute to a soulful and exquisitely beautiful period piece.

  • Program
  • Director
    Derek Cianfrance
  • Producer
    David Heyman, Jeffrey Clifford
  • Writers
    Derek Cianfrance
  • Photo
    Adam Arkapaw
  • Actors
    Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz
  • Playtime
    2 h. 13 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    UK, New Zealand, USA
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Heyday Films
  • Sale
    Mister Smith Entertainment Limited
  • Distributor
    Nordisk Film Distribution
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The Man

Simon is the king of the Danish art scene – eccentric, successful, wealthy, with a beautiful wife and a young mistress. Life is grand, until the day his estranged son Casper turns up and attracts all the attention. It is revealed that Casper is the world-famous graffiti artist “The Ghost”. This is a provocation and a challenge to Simon, and the relationship between father and son is put to a serious test. However, against all odds, the two men slowly grow closer. But will the blood ties be enough? After all, Simon has no plans or desire to be a father, and Casper has other objectives than simply getting to know his dad.

The Man is led by a stellar cast of prominent Norwegian and Danish actors, notably Jakob Oftebro, Søren Malling and Ane Dahl Torp. It is the second feature-length film from writer/director Charlotte Sieling, who in the past has directed several episodes of internationally renowned Danish crime series The Bridge and The Killing.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Mesteren
  • Director
    Charlotte Sieling
  • Producer
    Lars Bredo Rahbek
  • Writers
    Charlotte Sieling
  • Photo
    Rasmus Arrildt
  • Actors
    Søren Malling, Ane Dahl Torp, Jakob Oftebro, Søren Pilmark
  • Playtime
    1 h. 34 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Hummel & Nimbus AS, Nimbus Film ApS
  • Distributor
    Tour de Force

The Midwife

Claire is a single mother and a dedicated midwife who is completely wrapped up in her job. The maternity ward where she works is to be closed, and in the midst of all this upheaval she receives a phone call that rekindles memories of her youth. Béatrice, her late father’s former mistress, asks to meet her. Béatrice is a true bohemian – loud, colourful, egocentric and completely different to the focused, helpful Claire. The younger woman asks herself why, after all these years of silence, Béatrice has suddenly decided to approach her for help, and is at first less than enthusiastic.

Martin Provost has made a name for himself with powerful portraits of women (Séraphine, Violette). Sage femme revolves around the encounter between two headstrong women, perfectly cast with two of French cinema’s grandes dames. A dramatic comedy about the need for change, and the question of whether steak, pommes frites and red wine is really what one would call a healthy lunch.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Sage femme
  • Director
    Martin Provost
  • Producer
    Olivier Delbosc
  • Writers
    Martin Provost
  • Photo
    Yves Cape
  • Actors
    Catherine Frot, Catherine Deneuve, Olivier Gourmet, Quentin Dolmaire, Mylène Demongeot
  • Playtime
    1 h 57 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Curiosa Films
  • Sale
    Memento Films International
  • Distributor
    Fidalgo

The Mystery of the Northern Lights

The northern lights have always fascinated mankind. Surrounded by myths, they’ve been the subject of research for centuries. Solving the riddle of the auroras became a matter of huge prestige, and in 1896, the Norwegian scientist Kristian Birkeland (1867-1917) launched the sensational theory that the northern lights are caused by solar electromagnetic energy and its influence on the Earth. Birkeland was misunderstood and often ignored by his contemporaries, and only received recognition for his theory in the late 1960s, 50 years after his death, when NASA managed to observe how charged particles from the sun created northern lights above the polar regions.

The Mystery of the Northern Lights is the story of Kristian Birkeland’s short and eventful life, marked by both tragedy and success

  • Program
  • Original title
    Nordlysets gåte
  • Producer
    Mona Steffensen
  • Writers
    Roald E. Hansen
  • Photo
    Knut Aas
  • Playtime
    54 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    Tillatt for alle

The Oath

A celebrated surgeon and devoted family man sees his daughter slipping away from him at the hands of a sleazy drug dealer. The drastic measures he takes to save her trigger a profound ripple effect that will change his family forever.

After a string of Hollywood action hits (2 Guns, Everest), Baltasar Kormákur returns to his native Iceland to direct and star in this tense, intimate thriller.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Eiðurinn
  • Director
    Baltasar Kormákur
  • Producer
    Baltasar Kormákur, Magnús Viðar Sigurðsson
  • Writers
    Ólafur Egilsson, Baltasar Kormákur
  • Photo
    Óttar Guðnason
  • Actors
    Hera Hilmar, Baltasar Kormákur, Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson, Gísli Örn Garðarsson
  • Playtime
    1 h 43 min
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Iceland
  • Production
    RVK Studios

The Rules for Everything

When 10 year old Storm’s father disappears, and her mother dwells into making instruction films with an eastern European guru, she has to decide which rules the world has to come down to, not to completely become a chaos.

The Rules for Everything is a playful comedy, tackling subjects of life and death and relationships in a beautiful and philosophical way. The blend of humor with absurdity makes this a movie experience out of the ordinary.

  • Program
  • Director
    Kim Hiorthøy
  • Producer
    Yngve Sæther
  • Writers
    Kim Hiorthøy, Ilse Ghekiere
  • Photo
    Øystein Mamen
  • Actors
    Tindra Hillestad Pack, Natalie Press, Pavle Heidler, Ingrid Olava Brænd Eriksen, Petter Width Kristiansen, Sarah Francesca Brænne, Kaveh Tehrani
  • Playtime
    1 h. 27 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Motlys AS
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

The Stopover

At the end of their tour of duty in Afghanistan, two young military women, Aurore and Marine, are given three days of “decompression leave” with their unit, among tourists, at a five-star resort in Cyprus. But it’s not that easy to forget the war and leave violence behind.

Directing duo Delphine and Muriel Coulin offers a unique take on the personal effects of modern warfare in Voir du pays. The film premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section, where the sisters won the award for Best Screenplay.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Voir du pays
  • Director
    Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin
  • Producer
    Denis Freyd
  • Writers
    Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin
  • Photo
    Jean-Louis Vialard
  • Actors
    Soko, Ariane Labed, Ginger Roman, Karim Leklou
  • Playtime
    1 h. 42 min.
  • Year
    2016
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Archipel 35
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport

The Trip to Spain

Braised octopus. Don Quijote. Pata negra. Mick Jagger. Jamón ibérico. Michael Caine. Paella. David Bowie. Gibraltar. Roger Moore.

After jaunts through northern England and Italy, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on another deliciously deadpan culinary road trip. This time around, the guys head to Spain to sample the best of the country’s gastronomic offerings in between rounds of their hilariously off-the-cuff banter. Over plates of pintxos and paella, the pair exchange barbs and their patented celebrity impressions, as well as more serious reflections on what it means to settle into middle age. As always, the locales are breathtaking, the cuisine to die for, and the humor delightfully devilish.

Book a table at www.hotelmaritim.no, by contacting Scandic Maritim at post@hotelmaritim.no or by calling +47 52863270.

  • Program
  • Director
    Michael Winterbottom
  • Producer
    Josh Hyams, Stefano Negri, Melissa Parmenter
  • Photo
    James Clarke
  • Actors
    Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, Claire Keelan, Marta Barrio
  • Playtime
    1 h. 55 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    UK
  • Age limit
    All ages
  • Production
    Revolution Films
  • Distributor
    Tour de Force

The Workshop

La Ciotat, the South of France. Antoine attends a summer writing workshop in which a few young people have been selected to write a crime thriller with the help of Olivia, a famous novelist. The creative process will recall the town’s industrial past, a form of nostalgia to which Antoine feels indifferent. More concerned with the fears of the modern world, the young man soon clashes with the group and Olivia, who seems at the same time alarmed and captivated by Antoine’s violence.

Director Laurent Cantet won the Palme d’Or for his film The Class in 2008, and returned to Cannes this year to screen The Workshop in the Un Certain Regard section.

  • Program
  • Original title
    L'atelier
  • Director
    Laurent Cantet
  • Producer
    Denis Freyd
  • Writers
    Laurent Cantet
  • Photo
    Pierre Milon
  • Actors
    Marina Foïs, Matthieu Lucci, Florian Beaujean, Warda Rammach, Mamadou Doumbia, Mélissa Guilbert, Julien Souve, Issam Talbi, Olivier Thouret
  • Playtime
    1 h. 34 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Archipel 35
  • Distributor
    Storytelling Media

The World’s Middlest Fish

A young girl happens to catch the most medium sized fish in the world and receives instant fame. But what happens when the fish gains weight?

  • Program
  • Original title
    Verdens mellomste fisk
  • Director
    Cathinka Tanberg
  • Producers
    Tonje Skar Reiersen, Lise Fearnley
  • Writers
    Per Schreiner
  • Actors
    Ane Dahl Torp, John Brungot, Ivar Nergaard, Silje Torp, Astrid Synnøve Lammetun
  • Playtime
    10 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Production
    Mikrofilm AS

Thelma

Thelma has just moved away from her religious family in West Norway to become a student in Oslo, when she is suddenly struck by a powerful seizure in the reading hall, an incident she keeps from her parents. At the same time she meets Anja, a fellow student, and they are drawn to each other in mysterious fashion. Thelma is overwhelmed by emotions she does not dare acknowledge, the seizures come more often and are more dangerous, and the doctors have no explanation. Frightening and supernatural powers are forcing themselves into the open, and one day Anja disappears without a trace.

Thelma is a supernatural romantic thriller from Joachim Trier, one of Norway’s most internationally renowned directors. Trier won the Amanda Awards for Best Screenplay and Best Director with his debut film Reprise, and his next film Oslo August 31st was chosen for the Un Certain Regard programme in Cannes. He also won the Amanda Award again for Best Director. His third film Louder Than Bombs was a star-studded English-language drama that ensured that Trier became the first Norwegian director in the Cannes main programme since Anja Breien in 1979.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Thelma
  • Director
    Joachim Trier
  • Producer
    Thomas Robsahm
  • Writers
    Joachim Trier and Eskil Vogt
  • Photo
    Jakob Ihre
  • Actors
    Eili Harboe, Kaya Wilkins, Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Henrik Rafaelsen
  • Playtime
    1 h 56 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway, France, Denmark, Sweden
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Motlys
  • Sale
    Memento Films International
  • Distributor
    SF Studios Norway

Tom of Finland

From shunned to celebrated, this is the story of cult-artist Touko Laaksonen, better known as Tom of Finland, and the events that influenced his iconic homoerotic drawings. After the trauma of serving in WWII, Tuoko finds no peace at home as he has to go to increasingly greater lengths to hide his homosexuality, even from his family. As the secret affairs and police crackdowns wear on him, he commits more deeply to his art, drawing inspiration from the uniforms that oppress him.

Tuoko gains confidence from the positive reactions he receives after sharing his explicit drawings of muscular men in sexually uninhibited situations with a select few. But it is only when an American publisher sees them and invites Tuoko over to the West Coast that his life really takes a turn. Finally being able to walk free and proud in Los Angeles, Tuoko dives head first into the sexual revolution, becoming an icon and a rallying point. Tuoko’s story is unique and unforgettable. Director Dome Karukoski brings him to life, creating a moving portrayal of the man behind the legendary images.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Tom of Finland
  • Director
    Dome Karukoski
  • Producer
    Aleksi Bardy, Miia Haavisto, Annika Sucksdorff
  • Writers
    Aleksi Bardy
  • Photo
    Lasse Frank Johannessen
  • Actors
    Pekka Strang, Jessica Grabowsky, Lauri Tilkanen, Jakob Oftebro, Werner Daehn
  • Playtime
    1 h 55 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Helsinki-filmi, Anagram Vast, Fridthjof Film, Neutrinos Productions
  • Sale
    Protagonist Pictures
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment Norway

Traces in the Universe

At what time does love fails between two people? At what time are you at point zero between love and indifference. Can the love between two people disappear like dew in the sunlight, or is it a process where love gradually fades away? This is the theme of the short film Traces in the Universe.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Spor i universet
  • Director
    Odveig Klyve, Alexander Kristiansen
  • Producer
    Alexander Kristiansen
  • Writers
    Odveig Klyve
  • Photo
    Nils Petter Devold Midtun
  • Actors
    Karin Hodne
  • Playtime
    11
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    Alle ages
  • Production
    Filmavdelingen AS
  • Sale
    TBA
  • Distributor
    TBA

Vidar the Vampire

Vidar Hårr is a 33-year-old, sexually frustrated bachelor farmer, living a christian, monotonous and straining worklife on his mother’s farm. In a desperate prayer to higher powers, Vidar begs for help to break out of his routine and live a life without limits. Unfortunately, his prayers are heard, and one night Vidar transforms into a prince of darkness in the sinful city of Stavanger.

UFOh! is an indie production company from Stavanger. They have produced several music videos for renowned artists such as Kaisers Orchestra (Hjerteknuser), Kvelertak (Bruane Brenn) and Oliver Hohlbrugger (Satan, you can have me). Their short film BELIEVEtheDANCE (a fantasy-horror-dance-comedy), won the award for Best Short Film at the Sci-Fi-London Film Festival, Best Experimental at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and the Audience Award at both the Maelstrom International Film Festival and Kort at KinoKino. Vidar the Vampire is their feature-length debut.

  • Program
  • Original title
    VampyrVidar
  • Director
    Thomas Aske Berg and Fredrik Waldeland
  • Producer
    Thomas Aske Berg
  • Writers
    Thomas Aske Berg and Fredrik Waldeland
  • Photo
    John Iver Berg
  • Actors
    Thomas Aske Berg, Brigt Skrettingland, Kim Sønderholm, Henrik Rafaelsen
  • Playtime
    1 h 23 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    UFOh!

Vita Fortuna

One of the ordinarily boring mornings Mirkku gets a phone call, which promises to fix all the imperfections in her life.

  • Program
  • Director
    Ilona Hiltunen
  • Producer
    Ilona Hiltunen
  • Writers
    Tuuli Hostikka
  • Photo
    Rosa Mukala
  • Actors
    Alina Tomnikov, Mimosa Willamo, Marko Loukaskorpi, Saga Sarkola, Ilona Chevakova, Susanna Saarinen, Sergei Vartiainen, Petteri Pennilä, Joonas Saine
  • Playtime
    21 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Finland
  • Age limit
    12
  • Production
    Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Tampere University of Applied Sciences and Villilä Tuotannot

Wendy and the Refugee Neverland

An offbeat hypermarket assistant gives herself one more year to fulfill her dream of making it big with her indie rock band.

Wendy and the Refugee Neverland is the self-titled story of Krisu’s band and her all-in bid to fulfil her dreams even as they start to dwindle, in this unique take on contemporary life.

  • Program
  • Director
    Olli Ilpo Salonen
  • Producer
    Olli Ilpo Salonen
  • Writers
    Olli Ilpo Salonen, Minka Kuustonen, Juha Pulli, Joonas Kääriäinen
  • Photo
    Hannu Käki
  • Actors
    Minka Kuustonen, Joonas Kääriäinen, Juha Pulli, Jonas Saari, Antti Wiklund, Antti Heikkinen, Linda Wiklund, Joonas Snellman
  • Playtime
    1 h. 27 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Finland
  • Age limit
    9
  • Production
    Aalto University, ELO Film School Finland
  • Sale
    Saara Toivanen

What Happened to Monday

In a world where families are limited to one child due to overpopulation, a set of identical septuplets are born. The Child Allocation Bureau are ruthlessly hunting families with more than one child. Consequently, the seven sisters have taken on the shared identity of one woman, Karen Settman. They are named after the days of the week, and each of them may go outside on their day to experience the freedom outside the apartment. But one night Monday doesn’t come home…

Noomi Rapace stars as the seven sisters in this dark Sci-fi thriller from Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola, alongside Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe, Christian Rubeck and Pål Sverre Hagen.

  • Program
  • Director
    Tommy Wirkola
  • Producer
    Raffaella De Laurentiis, Philippe Rousselet
  • Writers
    Max Botkin, Kerry Williamson
  • Photo
    José David Montero
  • Actors
    Noomi Rapace, Willem Dafoe, Glenn Close, Robert Wagner, Pål Sverre Hagen, Christian Rubeck, Cecilie Mosli
  • Playtime
    2 h 3 min
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Storbritannia, Frankrike, Belgia, USA
  • Production
    Nexus Factory, Raffaella Productions, SND Films, Title Media, Vendome Pictures
  • Distributor
    Norsk Filmdistribusjon

Winter Brothers

We follow two brothers in a mining environment through a cold winter. The youngest of the brothers is restless, hopelessly in love and mostly concerned with distilling liquor from various solvents he steals from the workplace. When one of his colleagues is admitted to hospital after drinking his liquor, the whole environment turns to him, and when he feels betrayed by his brother as well, he becomes more erratic than ever before.

Winter Brothers is a lingering, atmospheric and unpredictable drama that rewards a patient audience with a gripping depiction of exclusion and a longing to belong. The film is driven by lead actor Elliot Crosset Hove, who delivers a threatening screen presence reminiscent of Robert De Niros Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver. Director Hlynur Pálmason graduated from the Danish Film School in 2013 and was chosen for Toronto International Film Festival with his short film Seven Boats in 2014. This year he opens the Locarno Film Festival with his debut film Winter Brothers.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Vinterbrødre
  • Director
    Hlynur Pálmason
  • Producer
    Julie Waltersdorph Hansen, Hlynur Pálmason
  • Writers
    Hlynur Pálmason
  • Photo
    Maria von Hausswolff
  • Actors
    Elliott Crosset Hove, Simon Sears, Peter Plaugborg, Michael Brostrup, Lars Mikkelsen
  • Playtime
    1 h. 33 min.
  • Year
    2017
  • Country
    Denmark/Iceland
  • Age limit
    15
  • Production
    Masterplan Pictures
  • Sale
    New Europe Film Sales
  • Distributor
    Festivalimport