Danish Embassy joins Europe On Screen in Jakarta

This year’s Europe on Screen film festival will be held from Nov 25 – Dec 1, in the Indonesian capital. Denmark is represented with 2 films, a drama thriller “In a Better World” and award-winning documentary “Into Eternity.”



“In a Better World” (“Hævnen”)

Claus moves to Denmark following his wife’s death.  Anton, recently separated from his wife, commutes to work at an African refugee camp.  As each family deals with conflict and grief, their sons form an extraordinary and dangerous friendship with potentially tragic consequences.  Ultimately, all must choose between forgiveness and revenge.  Oscar nominee and Sundance winner Susanne Bier (“After the Wedding”,
“Brothers”, “Things We Lost In The Fire”) masterfully uncovers the fragility of everyday life and the chaos lurking beneath.
 
Where:         
Goethe House: Monday 26 November at 19:30
Erasmus Huis: Wednesday 28 November at 17:30.


 
“Into Eternity” – a film about the future
INTO ETERNITY is a multi-award winning documentary film about long-term safety issues in nuclear energy production. The film is set at ’Onkalo’ the world’s first permanent storage site for nuclear waste, which is under construction in Finland. However, all countries with nuclear energy facilities have to deal with nuclear waste for at least 100,000 years.
 
Where:         
Kineforum: Tuesday 27 November at 17:30
IFI: Friday 30 November at 15:00
 
Entrance is free of charge.
 
The opening film on 25 November is the French film “Rust and Bone” and the closing film is the Dutch film “Heineken Kidnapping”. Both films are by invitation only.
 
Visit the website http://www.europeonscreen.org/ for more information on the programme.

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