Comedy Night | Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2021
Time & Location
About the Event
After the success of last year’s comedy shorts, we are so excited to return with a new selection of films bound to leave you in stitches!
And while you’re at Plan B, be sure to head down to the bar! What’s on the menu? Oh, just drinks inspired by the evening’s film programme – each one too good to pass up.
The programme: - The Amateur, dir. Henry K. Norvalls / 2021 / 4 min / Norway - The Dog, dir. Aleksander Leines Nordaas & Hallvard Holmen / 2016 / 11 min / Norway - The Proposal, dir. Det Sporadiske Filmkollektivet / 2017 / 6 min / Norway - Fucking Bunnies, dir. Teemu Niukkanen / 2017 / 18 min / Finland The Owl, dir. Joakim Behrman & Simon Pontén / 2020 / 8 min / Sweden - Incident by a Bank, dir. Ruben Östlund / 2010 / 12 min / Sweden - Enough, dir. Anna Mantzaris / 2018 / 2 min / UK / Sweden - Premature, dir. Gunhild Enger / 2012 / 17 min / Norway
When? 17 September, 19.00 Where? Plan B Tickets: https://ticket.nordiskpanorama.com/.../60f58dae596f80004c...
This event is part of our film festival which will take place 16 — 21 September. Find out what else we will be offering here: https://fb.me/e/dkZDYvKrh
For those of you who have never heard of us before: We have been in Malmö – the bustling Swedish capital of documentary film – for nine years now, with the festival being held in September each year. Everyone is welcome to attend our events in cinemas, bars and museums, and we are very proud to be able to keep the ticket prices low. Nordisk Panorama has an industry section where we help Nordic filmmakers, both up-and-coming and established, to find funds and audiences. And we also invite distributors, programmers, buyers and commissioning editors from all over the world to find new Nordic films. Find out more on our website: https://nordiskpanorama.com/en/festival/
We are keeping an eye on the COVID-19 situation and are following the recommendations issued by the Public Health Agency in Sweden. Nordisk Panorama takes necessary precautions to ensure our audiences safety and we have extensive health and safety information available in our venues. People with suspected symptoms are asked to please stay at home.