1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Welcome, or as the Swedish say, Välkommen.
Tickets are £2.00 per film and £5 for the entire day.
A complimentary glass of wine is also included with every ticket purchase.
artFix is incredibly proud to be screening a Swedish Film Festival. Running throughout the entire weekend, you will get to experience first hand contemporary Swedish culture. No two films are alike, so make sure you stay for the entire day.
A variety of documentaries, short and feature films will be shown, so sit tight and enjoy.
Underdog 13:00 (Feature)
Director: Ronnie Sandahl. Released: 2015, 100 mins
Dino, a young Swedish girl, has fled the Swedish mass unemployment for a new life in Oslo. But like many other young immigrant Swedes, she finds herself as an outcast and surviving on little money, irregular work and hard partying.
Trespassing Bergman 15:30 (Documentary)
Director: Jane Magnusson, Hynek Pallas. Released: 2013, 107 mins
Ingmar Bergman’s home on Fårö island occupies something of a mythical status among filmmakers. In Trespassing Bergman, some of the world’s leading directors and actors, several on site at the house, talk about their relationship with the demon director and his films.
Rainbow Films 18:00 (Short)
ON SUFFOCATION – 2013, by Jenifer Malmqvist, 7 min.
PEACE TALK – 2004, by Jenifer Malmqvist, 14 min.
NEXT DOOR PEACE TALK – 2004, by Jenifer Malmqvist, 14 min.
BIRTHDAY – 2010, by Jenifer Malmqvist, 18 min.
NEXT DOOR BIRTHDAY – 2010, by Jenifer Malmqvist, 18 min.
NEXT DOOR LETTERS – 2012, by Sascha Fühlscher, 14 min.
LADYBOY- 2012, by David Sandberg, Claes Lundin, 8 min.
Young Sophie Bell 13:00 (Feature)
Director: Amanda Adolfsson. Released: 2015, 80 mins
After high school graduation, life is finally going to begin for real. At least that’s how best friends Sophie and Alice feel about the upcoming move to Berlin.
Astrid 15:00 (Documentary)
Director: Kristina Lindström. Released 2015 (90 min version of documentary TV-series)
Pippi Longstocking, Emil of Lönneberga and Karlsson-on-the-Roof are among author Astrid Lindgren’s success, with having sold 150 million copies, she is part of the world’s ten most read authors. But who was she, and where did her stories come from? Through unique archive materials, this film brings her to life for a new generation.
A Slice of Sweden 17:00 (Short)
THE BUTCHER’S WALTZ – 2014, by Anna Zackrisson, 14 min.
A SIMPLER LIFE – 2013, by Gunhild Enger, 15 min.
GRANDPA & ME AND A HELICOPTER TO HEAVEN – 2013, by Åsa Blanck, Johan Palmgren, 14 min.