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The Inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival at Palace Cinemas
The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival is set to heat up the Australian Winter this July with the coolest films from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland hitting screens nationally. Presented by Palace and screening exclusively at Palace Cinema locations, the Scandinavian Film Festival will delight audiences with the best drama, crime and comedy of the region.
Robert Gustafsson in the opening night film The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared
With Scandinavian crime drama the hottest property of the last few years, it only made sense to delve even deeper into Nordic film. Australian audiences will have the chance to experience the breadth of style, humour, action and mystery that Scandinavian film has to offer.
From the Opening Night Galas to the Special Events, including the live Q&As with special guest, the fabulous Laura Birn (one of Finland's rising stars, who was recently profiled by the Berlin Film Festival's annual talent platform Shooting Stars as one of Europe's Best Young Actors), there is something for everyone.