Next month, the Nordic Museum will be putting on the annual Nordic Lights Film Festival, happening March 1 – 3 at the SIFF Cinema Uptown.
The festival, in its tenth year, will open with the award-winning Icelandic film Woman at War, showing on Friday, March 1 at 7pm. The film is about a choirmaster, Halla, who is about to adopt a child from war-torn Ukraine. “The only hitch is that Halla is also a terrorist — an eco-terrorist to be exact,” the synopsis reads.
An opening night reception will follow the film.
On Saturday, March 2, there will be films all day starting at 10am:
- 10am: SUMMER CHILDREN/SUMARBÖRN (photo above from the film’s trailer)
Drama | Iceland | 2017 | 84 minutes | Guðrún Ragnarsdóttir
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