Modern Times Review #90
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Nordisk Panorama announces full programme; Includes new Cinema Walk and indie game focus
Nordisk Panorama announces competition programme for 32nd edition
School of Hope
Director: Mohamed El Aboudi
A portrait of optimism in the harshest of environments with Morocco's nomadic Oulad Boukais Tribe.
Director: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Using hand-drawn animation and archival video footage, Flee offers up the space for an Afghan refugee to reveal a secret he’s kept close to his chest until now.
A SONG CALLED HATE
Director: Anna Hildur
Following Icelandic performance art group Hatari who made headlines at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in support of Palestinian rights.
Unusual perspectives on stigmatised subjects: Interview with Frida and Lasse Barkfors
Jan Kinzl speaks with Frida and Lasse Barkfors on the third part of their social stigma trilogy, Raising a School Shooter.
«We noticed quite early on that this year’s films would be a challenge to thematise»
Nordisk Panorama documentary programmers Cecilia Lidin and Hawa Sanneh on the festival's 32nd edition.