Nordic Film Classics

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  1. Roy Andersson’s “Songs from the Second Floor”
    Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson’s celebrated and enigmatic film Songs from the Second Floor, his first feature film in twenty-five years, won the Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2000. The “songs” of the... Learn More
    Published: 13th May 2016
    Hardback | £74.00
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  2. Thomas Vinterberg's Festen (<i>The Celebration)</i>
    Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg's searing film Festen (“The Celebration”) was the first film from the Dogme 95 stable. Adhering to Dogme's cinematic purity — no artificial lighting, no superficial action, no credit for... Learn More
    Published: 14th August 2015
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  3. Lukas Moodysson’s Show Me Love
    Lukas Moodysson is one of the most accomplished and unconventional filmmakers of his generation in Sweden. Moodysson, now well known for his English-language film Mammoth (2009) as well as his heartbreaking indictment of sex-trafficking... Learn More
    Published: 14th August 2015
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  4. Lone Scherfig's Italian for Beginners
    Lone Scherfig was the first of a number of women directors to take up the challenge of Dogme, the back-to-basics, manifesto-based, rule-governed, and now globalized film initiative introduced by Danish filmmakers Lars von Trier... Learn More
    Published: 14th August 2015
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  5. Dagur Kari's Noi the Albino

    Dagur Kari's Noi the Albino

    By Bjorn Nordfjord

    Series Nordic Film Classics

    University of Washington Press

    Dagur Kari’s Noi the Albino (Noi albinoi, 2003) succeeded on the international festival circuit as a film that was both distinctively Icelandic and appealingly universal. Noi the Albino taps into perennial themes of escapism... Learn More
    Published: 14th August 2015
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  6. Ingmar Bergman's The Silence
    Ingmar Bergman's 1963 film The Silence was made at a point in his career when his stature as one of the great art-film directors allowed him to push beyond the boundaries of what was acceptable to censorship boards in Sweden and... Learn More
    Published: 14th August 2015
    Hardback | £79.00
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