Films from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland will be shown during the European Film Festival Yangon in Myanmar.
17 European countries contribute to the European Film Festival Yangon 2018, including the Nordics.
The annual European Film Festival is the longest-running foreign festival in Myanmar. It aims to promote a cultural exchange between Myanmar and Europe while showcasing the diversity of European cinema.
Speaking at a media briefing in Yangon, H.E. Kristian Schmidt, Ambassador of the European Union to Myanmar, said:
“We hope that the European Film Festival will show our guests that underneath our cultural differences, we all have a shared humanity.”
These Nordic movies will be shown:
Land of Mine (Denmark), Little Wing (Finland), The Wave (Norway) and A Serious Game (Sweden).
The European Film Festival Yangon 2018 takes place from 21-30 September, and film screenings are open to the public free-of-charge at the Goethe Villa and Nay Pyi Taw Cinema.