Krakow Film Festival 2024

Nordisk Panorama announces competition films for 33rd edition

For its 33rd edition in 2022, Nordisk Panorama has selected 64 films to compete across its five competition categories between 22-27 September. Featuring documentaries tackling urgent issues and short films reaffirming the power of imagination, Nordisk Panorama will release its full programme on 1 September.

The documentary selection features promising newcomers as well as internationally acclaimed filmmakers, among which are Simon Lereng Wilmont’s A House Made of Splinters, Susanna Helke’s Ruthless Times – Songs of Care and Magnus Gertten’s Nelly & Nadine. The 15 films competing in the Best Nordic Documentary category also include How to Save a Dead Friend (dir. Marusya Syroechkovskaya), The Eclipse (dir. Nataša Urban), The Killing of a Journalist (dir. Matt Sarnecki), and Invisible Demons (dir. Rahul Jain).

A further six documentaries screen as part of the New Nordic Voice competition, including Calendar Girls (dir. Maria Loohufvud & Love Martinsen), Memory of Life (dir. Juhani Haukka), Moosa Lane (dir. Anita M. Hopland), No Place Like Home (dir. Emilie Beck), See Me as I am (dir. Louise Leth), and The Scars of Ali Boulala (dir. Max Eriksson).

Additional competitions include Best Nordic Short Film, Young Nordic programme, and the City of Malmö’s Audience Award.

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