Watershed Cinema 3
INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL PASS OR BUY SINGLE TICKETS
1 hr 30 mins
PASS HOLDERS CAN BOOK FROM 9AM ON THE DAY
A selection of short films from the arctic north in Norway. The Northern part of Norway is in the arctic zone. People live under hard conditions. It’s winter almost eight months a year, with the sun totally gone for three of them. These conditions makes great films and art! Discover the dark and sparkling shorts from the far north.
Ingrid Dokka, NNFS
Dir: Truls Krane Meby
Walid, 17, has fled from Syria to the Arctic Circle. His family is stuck in the Balkans, on the border of the EU. Walid has to help them cross it, over the phone.
Dir: Aleksander Nordaas
After a prepubescent cyclist informs a man that his neighbour has killed his dog, he impulsively resolves to get all “John Wick” on him.
Dir: Liran Kapel
When two people want to synchronize their lives, but feel the need to remain unique and individual, they sometimes feel like walking on a tightrope.
Dir: Yvonne Thomassen
The young boy Amir must seek shelter in a house, which leads to an unexpected meeting between past and present.
A Stranger Comes Home
Dir: Fredrik Mortensen
It’s the night before Christmas and a little boy discovers a burglar in his home. A story about family values.
O.M.G (Oh Máigon Girl)
Dir: Marja Bål Nango
The midnight sun is shining; two teenage girls are bored of their small little village. They want some adventure, so they decide to hitch hike somewhere else..
Daughter of the Sun
Dir: Sara M. Oskal
Ánne attends a writing course. Fellow writers show prejudice against her being a Sami. In a writing assignment she shares a memory that affects deeply.
Dir: Torfinn Iversen
Two young girls have to put their difficulties on hold when one of them get stuck in a bog hole.
Ask No Questions
Dir: Hanna Suni & Iver Jensen
Two children experience something that no one ever should have experienced, whose stories are never heard.
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