Movies on War Film Festival announces full programme for 13th edition

The thirteenth edition of the Movies on War film festival, scheduled for 15 – 19 November in Elverum, promises to offer a diverse range of films that explore themes of war, conflict, peace, and reconciliation. The festival features a selection of the finest films from both domestic and international filmmakers, showcasing the global temperature on issues of armed conflicts, social movements, cultural events, popular uprisings, and political change, past and present.

Feature Length Films

  • Praying for Armageddon: (Tonje Hessen Schei, 2023) – Norway
  • Bobi Wine: The People’s President: (Christopher Sharp & Moses Bwayo, 2022) – Uganda/UK
  • 20 days in Mariupol: (Mstyslav Chernov, 2023) – Ukraine
  • Neighbours: (Mano Khalil, 2021) – Switzerland
  • Rebel: (Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah, 2022) – Belgium
  • Lengsel etter nåtid: (Knut Erik Jensen, 2023) – Norway
  • Theatre of violence: (Lukasz Konopa & Emil Langballe, 2023) – UK/Denmark
  • In the rearview: (Maciek Hamela, 2023) – Poland
  • The Corridors of power: (Dror Moreh, 2022) – Israel
  • Aurora’s Sunrise: (Inna Sahakyan, 2022) – Armenia
  • Gaza: (Garry Keane & Andrew McConnell, 2019) – Ireland
  • Zone of interest: (Jonathan Glazer, 2023) – UK (Screener Not Available)
  • Kongoveteranene: (Erik Martiniussen, 2022) – Norway

Nordic Competition Films (Under 60 Minutes)

  • Fatherland: (Benjamin Schildknecht Kodboel, 2022) – Denmark
  • Baghdad on Fire: (Karrar Al-Azzawi, 2022) – Iraq
  • A Home on Every Floor: (Signe Rosenlund-Hauglid, 2023) – Norway
  • Emerich – ingen föds till fascist: (Maria Bolme, 2023) – Sweden
  • A Gathering: (Julia Ammouri & Montadar Saleh, 2023) – Sweden/Iraq
  • Story of Bodri: (Stina Wirsén, 2022) – Sweden
  • Feasting Junta: (André Córdova Rudstedt, 2023) – Sweden
  • Tragedien i Bjerkvik: (Karine Næss Frafjord, 2023) – Norway
  • The Piano Lesson: (Nils-Erik Ekblom & Tom Norrgrann, 2022) – Finland
  • Skjelv du på handa, Vladimir?: (Odveig Klyve, 2023) – Norway
  • Show Me Your Face When You Look at a Stranger: (Nora Tvedt, 2023) – Norway
  • Sound the Alarm: (John Trainor, 2022) – Ireland

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