The 2023 Saxo Scandinavian Film Festival, now in its ninth year, showcases the best contemporary cinema from the Nordic region, selected from international film festivals and markets such as Göteborg, Cannes and Berlin.
A specially curated programme will be screening at Palace Cinemas, Luna Palace Cinemas and Palace Nova Cinemas from July to August, encompassing films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Opening the Festival is the Australian Premiere of LET THE RIVER FLOW, based on true events and starring magnetic newcomer Ella Marie Hætta Isaksen. Festival Centrepiece GODLAND is award-winning Icelandic writer/director Hlynur Pálmason’s follow-up to his breakout hit A White, White Day, and Special Presentation Aki Kaurismäki’s tragicomedy FALLEN LEAVES comes direct from the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.
Exploring culture, history and life in the Nordic region, a host of Australian premieres bring high calibre and award-winning Scandinavian films to Australian cinema screens this July.
MELBOURNE: 13 July – 2 August
SYDNEY: 18 July – 9 August
CANBERRA: 19 July – 9 August
ADELAIDE: 19 July – 9 August
BRISBANE: 19 July – 9 August
PERTH: 20 July – 9 August
BYRON BAY: 20 July – 9 August
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- Scandinavian Film Festival now on in Sydney until 7 August
- Paradise Lost – Daniel Solander’s Legacy – art exhibition touring Australia in 2020-2021
- The past year with the Swedish Council of New South Wales (SCONSW)
- Business & Investment Trends between Australia & Sweden