New Nordic Films annonce le programme de son volet Works in Progress et des Market Screenings
- Le grand événement norvégien dans le secteur du cinéma revient à Haugesund pour quatre journées qui permettront de couvrir toutes les grandes tendances du cinéma régional
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Running in parallel with the 50th Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund (20-26 August), New Nordic Films will present for another year the newest trends of the region from 23-26 August. The 28th edition of the market will welcome industry representatives both on site as well as online. The programme includes a selection of market screenings, work-in-progress presentations, projects in development, a number of Haugesund seminars and labs.
A total of 20 selected titles are being featured in the market screenings that will open with Triangle of Sadness [+lire aussi :
interview : Ruben Östlund
interview : Ruben Östlund
fiche film] by Ruben Östlund, and among them are three new local films, suspense thriller Storm directed by debutant helmer Erika Calmeyer (read news), coming-of-age drama Norwegian Dream by Leiv Igor Devold and horror-thriller Leave by Alex Herron. From Sweden are coming the semi-autobiographical Burn All My Letters by Björn Runge (news), the episodic relationship comedy Locals by Måns Nyman, crime teenage drama Bullets by Peter Pontikis and drama The Store by Ami-ro Sköld (Granny’s Dancing on the Table [+lire aussi :
fiche film]). Furthermore the period romantic drama A Letter from Helga by Iceland’s Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir (The Swan [+lire aussi :
interview : Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir
fiche film]), and the Finnish titles, The Grump: In Search of an Escort the latest work by Mika Kaurusmaki, coming-of-age drama Bubble, directed by Aleksi Salmenperä (A Man’s Job [+lire aussi :
fiche film]); and dystopian drama Memory of Water by Saara Saarela (news), are included in the screenings.
A total of 17 projects in post-production have been selected to be presented on Thursday 25 August as works-in-progress. Some of the highlights included in the selection are A Happy Day, the fourth feature film by Norwegian director Hisham Zaman (Before Snowfall [+lire aussi :
fiche film]), sports teenage drama Forever by Sweden writer-director Anders Hazelius (Thin Blue Line), Four Little Adults the latest work by Finnish director Selma Vilhunen (Stupid Young Heart [+lire aussi :
fiche film]) that is a “contemporary look at the various forms of love” (news), along with the new World War II drama The Liberation, the first Danish feature by Anders Walter (I Kill Giants [+lire aussi :
fiche film]) (news).
Furthermore, seasoned Norwegian film director and WWII survivor, Knut Erik Jensen (Ice Kiss), brings a a fable-like tale told through a girl’s dreams, memories and traumas in Longing for Today, Ukrainian director Ivan Tymchenko’s Oxygen Station, follows a Soviet dissident and human rights activist who is exiled in Siberia, one of Finland’s most prominent directors Teemu Nikki, who also won at Haugesund’s New Nordic Films with The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic [+lire aussi :
interview : Teemu Nikki et Jani Pösö
interview : Teemu Nikki, Jani Pösö et …
fiche film], presents The Player, a film about addiction, friendship and forgiveness. Nils Gaup’s historical action drama The Riot explore the origins of the labour movement and workers’ rights in the mining city of Sulitjelma in the early 20th century (news), Lebanese director Karim Kassem is completing his trilogy that started with Only the Winds [+lire aussi :
fiche film] with his third feature Thiiird, and Swedish film collective Crazy Pictures’ new project, a sci-fi adventure flick entitled UFO Sweden, comes on the heels of their first endeavour, The Unthinkable [+lire aussi :
fiche film] (news).
Here is the complete selection of the Works in Progress titles:
Blomster – Neil Widgart (Sweden)
Producer: Malin Hüber (Story AB)
Dancing Queen – Aurora Gossé (Norway)
Producer: Thomas Robsahm (Amarcord)
The Liberation – Anders Walter (Denmark/Finland/Iceland)
Producers: Miriam Nørgaard, Mette Høst Hansen, Tomas Radoor (Nordisk Film Production)
My Brother Ted – Anna Widerberg, Fredrik Ydhag (Sweden)
Producer: Håkan Hammarén (Fundament Film Gbg)
The Player – Teemu Nikki (Finland/Italy)
Producer: Jani Pösö (It’s Alive Films)
Co-producer: Andrea Romeo
The Riot – Nils Gaup (Norway/Sweden)
Producers: Tom Vidar Karlsen, Trond Eliassen (Storyline)
Co-producers: Gøtafilm AB, Film i Väst, Handmade Films AS, Centaur Films, Filmfond Nord, Filmcamp, Film Invest
There is No Place Like Home – Puk Grasten (Denmark)
Producers: Regner Grasten, Tove Grasten (Regner Grasten Film)
Thiiird – Karim Kassem (Lebanon/Sweden)
Producers: Karim Kassem, Johan Matton
Unmoored – Caroline Ingvarsson (UK/Poland)
Producers: Naomi Despres, Michèle Marshall (Desmar), Mariusz Włodarski (Lava Films)
(Traduit de l'anglais)
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