cultural feast of heart-warming collection of Swedish cinema every autumn, the
Swedish Film Festival (SFF) celebrates its 6th edition this year.
Starting from SFF in Seoul at Arthouse Momo from November 1, this year's
festival will also take place in Busan at Busan Cinema Center from November 3, and in Gwangju from
November 5 for one week respectively. The festival will screen 10 feature films
under the theme of "Different but all right: We are family". Already
known as a country of tolerance and equality, Sweden is also one of the top recipients
of refugees among European countries. This year's SFF collection portrays
various types of families from diverse ethnic and cultural origins, or even
alternative or extended families.
Leading actress Malin Levanon of <Drifters>, the opening film of this year's Festival, as well as the Director Andreas Öhman of the film <Eternal Summer> will come to Korea to meet the audience for Guest Visit sessions, sharing their experience from filmmaking and acting.
The 6th Swedish Film Festival is hosted by the Embassy of Sweden, Swedish Institute, and Swedish Film Institute, organized by BaekDu-DaeGan Films Co.,Ltd, Busan Cinema Center, and Cinema Gwangju and supported by Korea Sweden Arts and Culture Society and Ewha Womans University.
The 6th Swedish Film Festival
○ Period: November 3 - November 9, 2017
○ Venue: Busan Cinema Center
On line reservation: Open on Nov. 2 at 9 a.m. At-site tickets: Open on Nov. 3 at 9 a.m. on a first-come first-served basis Screening schedule is available on www.dureraum.org (Free tickets).
○ For more info.: 051)780-6000
○ Website: http://www.dureraum.org
* Film List
Tsatsiki, Dad and the Olive War
The Girl Who Saved My Life
The Girl, the Mother and the Demons
Siv Sleeps Astray
Martha & Niki
A Holy Mess
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