Le programme IF Screenings débute le mercredi 23 janvier 2019 à l’Institut finlandais avec une sélection de court métrages issus des cinq pays nordiques : Tiikeri (The Tiger) par Mikko Myllylahti, Sjáumst (See Ya) par Brúsi Ólason, Simhall par Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Small Talk par Even Hafnor et Lisa Brooke Hansen et Maja par Marijana Jankovic.

Le 23 janvier 2019 / 20h-22h
Ouverture des portes à 19h30
Tarif : 7 e / 5 e *

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TIIKERI / The Tiger (drama, 2018 / 11 min), FINLAND
Director, Script: Mikko Myllylahti

On a winter evening, Dad returns home drunk. Tiger is in his room and Mom is sleeping on the couch. A quarrel breaks out. Dad has a shotgun. Tiger and Mom escape the house. Haunting silence falls. Tiger must return inside to see what has happened – and to take the first steps towards independence.

SJÁUMST / See Ya (comedy/drama, 2017 / 13 min), ICELAND
Director: Brúsi Ólason
Script: Daniel Slottje, Brúsi Ólason

A young Icelandic football player is on the cusp of living his childhood dream. Crucially, he will have to leave the familiar comforts of his hometown to achieve this goal, a departure which turns out to be somewhat more painful than he anticipated.

SIMHALL / Bath House (animation/short/comedy, 2014 / 14 min), SWEDEN
Director: Niki Lindroth von Bahr
Script: Jerker Virdborg

Six animals meet at the swimming pool. The horse, the manager of the pool, is a dedicated, conscientious friend of order. Over the years the premises have become her whole world. Two wolves come to the pool to bathe. Their relationship is hard to define but one wolf constantly wields power over the other. Three mice also visit the pool, but they have a different agenda altogether.

SMALL TALK (short fiction, 2015 / 20’40 min), NORWAY
Director: Even Hafnor et Lisa Brooke Hansen
Script: Even Hafnor

Welcome to the Dvergsnes family! In this short film, we follow the Dvergsnes family from Kristiansand, Norway, through three events that took place during the fall and winter of 2014.

MAJA (short fiction, 2018 / 22 min), DENMARK
Director: Marijana Jankovic
Script: Marijana Jankovic, Adam August

Maja, a six-year-old Serbian girl, gets dropped off at kindergarten by her parents. The family has not been in Denmark long and everything is new to them, especially the language. Maja finds it difficult to interact with the other kids. After a long and lonesome day full of misunderstandings, her parents come to pick her up. But the day is not about to come to an end – it’s just about to start.