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Scandinavian Film Festival starts tonight – win a double pass!

By 8 July 2014 14

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The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival kicks off tonight at Palace Electric Cinema in New Acton. The festival will showcase films from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland including the best drama, crime and comedy.

The festival boasts 21 outstanding films ranging from critically acclaimed debuts from new talent, through to crowd pleasing blockbusters.

Films include ‘The 100-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared’, ‘Monica’, ‘Ego’ and ‘Home’ from Sweden, ‘Flow’, ‘Someone You Love’ and ‘The keeper of lost causes’ from Denmark and ’21 ways to ruin a marriage’ from Finland.

The Festival runs until July 20 and details can be found here.

If you’d like to win a double pass to the Festival, let us know where you would love to go in Scandinavia and why. Winners will be contacted on Friday 11th July.

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14 Responses to
Scandinavian Film Festival starts tonight – win a double pass!
cea075 1:17 pm
08 Jul 14
#1

Just a point of note from a Swede – Finland is not a part of Scandinavia!

dungfungus 1:23 pm
08 Jul 14
#2

cea075 said :

Just a point of note from a Swede – Finland is not a part of Scandinavia!

I have a good friend who is from Finland. He refers to it as Lapland. I think it was part of Russia once?
A lot of people are fascinated with this part of the world.

davo101 1:28 pm
08 Jul 14
#3

cea075 said :

Just a point of note from a Swede – Finland is not a part of Scandinavia!

Maybe Fenno-Scandinavian wouldn’t fit on the poster.

Holden Caulfield 2:45 pm
08 Jul 14
#4

Where: Bergen, Norway.
Why: I’ve been pining for the fjords.

PBO 3:23 pm
08 Jul 14
#5

It all seems quite affjordable as well if you feel like going along just to tjuvtitta.

Davoss 5:31 pm
08 Jul 14
#6

always wanted to visit Norway and visit the dark snowy forests pictured on heavy metal cd booklets. And check out the underground black metal scene.

Raging Tempest 6:21 pm
08 Jul 14
#7

They could have gone with Nordic, that covers them all. Lapland is the north of Finland, Sweden and Norway, not just Finland.
Anyway, I’d love to spend more time in Bergen, only had 24 hours there and would love more time to visit properly and go up the Hardangerfjord by boat. Somebody has to find Slartiblartfast’s signature…

astrojax 7:37 pm
08 Jul 14
#8

having long been enamoured of knut hamsun, the nobel writer, i have been intrigued by the people and landscape of norway and have wanted to visit – sadly, it hasn’t yet worked out thus. so tix to look at it [and its neighbours] would be noice… ;)

Pork Hunt 9:28 pm
08 Jul 14
#9

cea075 said :

Just a point of note from a Swede – Finland is not a part of Scandinavia!

No self respecting Finn would want to be a part of Scandinavia…self included.

Parkway Parker 1:29 pm
11 Jul 14
#10

Finnish Lapland, to stay in the Ice Castle, see reindeer, be in the Arctic circle and see the northern lights! None of that swimming in a hole cut into the ice though :)

astrojax 3:40 pm
11 Jul 14
#11

and i must add, the several scanda-whatever [finland arguments aside] films i’ve seen (thanks sbs) all seem to have a certain sparseness and quirkiness that i love – there’s an off-beatness to them that resembles, in an odd way, new zealand or noir aussie films. would love to see more.

Canfan 8:58 pm
11 Jul 14
#12

Congratulations to Holden Caulfield and Astrojax – you both have a double pass to the Festival heading your way!

astrojax 9:24 pm
11 Jul 14
#13

Canfan said :

Congratulations to Holden Caulfield and Astrojax – you both have a double pass to the Festival heading your way!

brilliant! many thanks to you and, i presume, the festival organisers… ;)

Holden Caulfield 1:29 am
12 Jul 14
#14

Canfan said :

Congratulations to Holden Caulfield and Astrojax – you both have a double pass to the Festival heading your way!

Thank you.

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