Evening Courses / Talks

NORDIC NIGHTS – A Six-Week Evening Course on Nordic Cinema

March 6 – April 10 2018

Nordic crime, Vikings, minimalist style, and hygge – influences from the Nordic countries can be seen across culture and lifestyle choices. In cinema, while the shadows of Bergman and Dreyer may be long, filmmakers from the region have developed their own distinctive styles.

Throughout the Nordic countries, TV and cinema is yielding diverse work, often dark-tinged, absurd or snow-bound but with strong, multifaceted characters delivering complex and questioning narratives. This short course will look at samples of cinema from the region.

The course will run on consecutive Tuesdays, commencing at 18.30 unless otherwise stated. Order of screenings may vary slightly. Tickets €80 (including tea/coffee) for complete course (€75 conc.) Film tickets not individually sold.

Booking and full details on the films below can be found here: http://www.ifi.ie/evening-course-nordic-nights/

 

March 6th (18.30): PERSONA 

DIRECTOR: Ingmar Bergman

FILM INFO: 83 mins, Sweden, 1966, Blu-ray, Subtitled

 

March 13th (18.30): TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS)

DIRECTOR: Lukas Moodysson

FILM INFO: 106 mins, Sweden-Denmark-Italy, 2000, Digital, Subtitled

 

March 20th (18.30): FESTEN (THE CELEBRATION)

DIRECTOR: Thomas Vinterberg

FILM INFO: 105 mins, Denmark-Sweden, 1998, Blu-ray, Subtitled

 

March 27th (18.30): THE MAN WITHOUT A PAST (MIES VAILLA MENNEISYYTTÄ)

DIRECTOR: Aki Kaurismäki

FILM INFO: 97 mins, Finland-Germany-France, 2002, Digital, Subtitled

 

April 3rd (18.30): THELMA

DIRECTOR: Joachim Trier

FILM INFO: 116 mins, Norway-France-Denmark -Sweden, 2017, Digital, Subtitled

 

April 10th (18.30): HEADHUNTERS (HODEJEGERNE)

DIRECTOR: Morten Tyldum

FILM INFO: 96 mins, Norway-Sweden-Denmark-Germany, 2011, Digital, Subtitled

 

 

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