NORDIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES NORDIC CULTURE THE 28TH-29TH OF OCTOBER
At the festival Best of Norden, that celebrates Nordic culture and the Nordic Councils Prizes, the nominated films will be screened with english subtitles. A unique chance to see the very best nordic films of today on the big screen.
At the festival Best of Norden we celebrate Nordic culture and the Nordic Council’s Prizes. The five films nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize, as well as five Nordic short documentaries and Cinemateket’s Choice, will be screened with English subtitles at Filmhuset in Stockholm. A unique chance to see the very best Nordic films right now – free admittance!
Aurora (Finland), nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize
A White, White Day (Iceland), nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize
Blind Spot (Norway), nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize
Reconstructing Utøya (Sweden), nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize
Queen of Hearts (Denmark), nominated for the Nordic Council’s Film Prize
Five Nordic short documentaries, with Tempo Documentary Festival
We Are the Best!, Cinemateket’s Choice
BEST OF NORDEN takes place the 27-28th of October 2019, at Filmhuset in Stockholm.
Address: Borgvägen 1-5, nearest subway station Karlaplan, bus 76 to bus stop Filmhuset.
Organizers: Nordic Council of Minister, Nordic Council and Kulturbyrån, on behalf of Nordisk Film & TV Fond, in co-operation with the Swedish Film Institute and Nordiska museet.
THE NORDIC COUNCIL PRIZES
The Nordic Council awards five prizes every year: The Literature Prize, the Film Prize, the Music Prize, the Environment Prize, and the Children and Young People’s Literature Prize. The Nordic Council’s prizes contribute to increasing visibility for the close cultural co-operation in the Nordic Region. The objective of the cultural prizes is to increase interest in Nordic literature, language, film and music. The Environment Prize rewards extraordinary efforts towards a more sustainable Nordic Region. The Nordic Council’s prizes are considered to be amongst the most prestigious prizes in the Nordic Region and enjoy great international recognition. The Literature Prize is the oldest of the five prizes. It was first awarded in 1962 and was followed by the Music Prize in 1965, the Environment Prize in 1995, the Film Prize in 2002, and the Children and Young People’s Literature Prize in 2013. The five prize committees select the nominees and winners. The prizes are each worth DKK 350,000 and are awarded in conjunction with the Nordic Council’s annual Session.
Read more at www.norden.org/en