First Scandinavian Film Festival in Philippines

Photo: Scandinavian Film Festival 2019’s Facebook page

Embassies of Denmark, Norway and Sweden in Manila, in collaboration with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and SM Lanang Premiere, organized the first Scandinavian Film Festival in the Philippines.

Offering Filipinos a vibe of Scandinavian culture, atmosphere and way of life, the Festival will run separately in two venues: SM Lanang Premier, an indoor four-story shopping mall in Lanang, Davao City, from 28 April to 3 May 2019 and FDCP Cinematheque Centre Davao from 29 April to 3 May 2019.

30 contemporary Scandinavian films are scheduled as follows:

SM Lanang Film Schedule

APRIL 28 – SUNDAY

1:00 PM The Wave (Norway) 1hr 45min

3:00 PM DOCU- Martha & Nikki (Sweden) 1hr 32min

Rosita (Denmark) 1hr 32min

APRIL 29 – MONDAY

1:00 PM A Holy Mess (Sweden) 1hr 48min

3:00 PM I Am William (Denmark) 1hr 26min

5:00 PM Tsatsiki, D&TOW (Sweden) 1hr 31min

7:00 PM Kiss Me YFM (Norway) 1hr 33min

APRIL 30 – TUESDAY

1:00 PM DOCU – Warmer (Norway)

3:00 PM Pioneer (Norway) 1hr 40min

5:00 PM Winter Brothers (Denmark) 1hr 33min

7:00 PM Drifters (Sweden) 1hr 36min

MAY 1 – WEDNESDAY

1:00 PM DOCU – Reflections (Sweden) 1hr 20 min

3:00 PM The Girl TMTD (Sweden) 1hr 33min

5:00 PM Darling (Denmark) 1hr 42min

7:00 PM Victoria (Norway) 1hr 46min

MAY 2 – THURSDAY

1:00 PM A Family (Denmark) 1hr 44min

3:00 PM Siv Sleeps Over (Sweden) 1hr 19min

5:00 PM A Serious Game (Sweden) 1 hr 55min

7:00 PM A Second Chance (Denmark) 1hr 45min1 hr

MAY 3 – FRIDAY

1:00 PM The Optimists (Norway) 1hr 30min

3:00 PM The Commune (Denmark) 1hr 52min

5:00 PM White People (Sweden) 1hr 22min

7:00 PM Kon Tiki (Norway) 2hrs

 

Cinematheque Davao Schedule of Activities

April 29, Monday

Opening Reception: Contemporary Films from Mindanao and Scandinavia

April 30, Tuesday

Documenting Conflict: Documentary Workshop with Sheron Dayoc

May 1, Wednesday

Short Films from Mindanao and Scandinavia

May 2 -3, Thursday – Friday

Documentary Films from Mindanao and Scandinavia

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