Now a much-anticipated fixture on the Festival calendar, the Scandinavian Film Festival has returned to cinemas in Sydney showcase the most exciting dramas, comedies and crime thrillers from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark. Exploring culture, history and life in the Nordic region, a host of Australian premieres will bring high calibre and award-winning Scandinavian cinema to Palace Cinema screens.
To give you a taste of the Festival, highlights include:
Set in Denmark’s underbelly, Jeanette Nordahl’s striking Scandi-noir WILDLAND follows an impressionable teenage girl who is placed in the care of her estranged aunt (an incredible Sidse Babett Knudsen), the head of a family crime syndicate.
THE COUNTY, Grímur Hákonarson’s eagerly-anticipated follow up to the global hit Rams is a rousing, David-and-Goliath comedy about a dairy farmer’s wife who takes on the corrupt local co-op in her remote Icelandic valley.
Tickets are on sale via the Festival website https://scandinavianfilmfestival.com/ and you can find festival news on Facebook and Instagram.
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