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    Movies on War Film Festival announces full programme for 12th edition

    Movies on War has announced its full programme for its 12th edition, held between 16 – 20 November in Elverum, Norway. The film festival is unique in that it is one about war and conflict, peace and reconciliation. Films screened cover the full range of armed conflicts, regardless of geography, and provide insights into social movements, cultural events, popular uprisings, and political change, both in the past and in the present. The Movies on War programme includes something for everyone, from documentaries and thrillers to poetry readings and children’s movies.

    Below, you will find the complete programme of films screened at the 12th Movies on War film festival. In addition, three Books on War will be presented, as well as a panel event «War in Europe – Where are we? Where are we going?»

    Movies on War 2022 feature films

    • Freedom on Fire (dir. Evgeny Afineevsky)
    • A Rising Fury (dir. Lesya Kalynska, Ruslan Batytskyi)
    • Great Freedom (dir. Sebastian Meise)
    • Klondike dir. (Marina Er Gorbach)
    • The Eclipse (dir. Natasa Urban)
    • My Imaginary Country (dir. Patricio Guzmán)
    • Holy Spider (dir. Ali Abbasi)
    • Nelly & Nadine (dir. Magnus Gertten)
    • The Ascent (dir. Larisa Shepitko)
    • Retrograde (dir. Matthew Heineman)
    • Where is Anne Frank? (dir. Ari Folman)
    • The Conference (dir. Matti Geschonneck)
    • Unicorn Wars (dir. Alberto Vázques Rico)

    Nordic-Baltic Competition (under 60 minutes)

    • Faking Mind (dir. Karrar Al-Azzawi)
    • Women on the Frontline (dir. Ivar Heinmaa)
    • The Cockroaches (dir. Adel Khan Farooq)
    • Journalist i krig (War reporters) (dir. Morten Offerdal & Vegard Lund Bergheim)
    • Full Memory (dir. Adolf El Assal)
    • Dance my Doll (dir. Jasmijn Kooijman)
    • The Blanket (dir. Teppo Airaksinen)
    • Huset som Ryssen tog (dir. Ivar Jansson)
    • A Swedish Defence (dir. Simon Elvås)
    • Getting in the Way (out of competition) (dir. Thomas Østbye)
    • Stockholm Agreement (dir. Tanja Holm)
    • Letters from Southern-Lebanon (dir. Simon Gade Olsen)

    Books on War

    • 304 Days (Simon Stranger and Nicholas Aaen-Dreyer)
    • The Messenger from Hell – Twenty years of testimony from the Mediterranean (Kristina Quintano)
    • She is not a woman (Fatemeh Ekhtesari)

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