Modern Times Review #130
Modern Times Review @ Nordisk Panorama
Nordisk Panorama is a full-fledged film festival, industry event, and meeting point for filmmakers, distributors, financiers and audiences alike. Nordisk Panorama has existed since 1990 and has grown from a film festival to a full-scale industry event and meeting place for the professional Nordic short film and documentary community.
The 2022 Nordisk Panorama runs from 22 to 27 September 2022.
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Nordisk Panorama announces competition films for 33rd edition
«We see it as an excellent way to reach audiences who would perhaps not normally be inclined to attend a film festival»
Ahead of the 33rd edition of Nordisk Panorama, Modern Times Review spoke with its Director and city-wide Cinema Walk coordinator on this year's festival as it further aims to connect local businesses and the community.
A House Made of Splinters
Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont
A small group of social workers work to create a much-needed safe space for children to live in.
How to Save a Dead Friend
Director: Marusya Syroechkovskaya
For many young Russians, anyone older than 30 is a cunt.
Nelly & Nadine
Director: Magnus Gertten
A poignant and deeply moving story of the love that two women found in a Nazi concentration camp.
Director: Nataša Urban
How a dark past remains in the present.
The Killing of a Journalist
Director: Matt Sarnecki
Uncovering a vast corruption network at the highest levels of Slovak society.