Stockholm Intl. fest highlights

Selection of films from Scandanavian program

Fest Highlights

Open Zone

“Adoration” by Atom Egoyan (Canada)

“Adulthood” by Noel Clarke (U.K.)

“Australia” by Baz Luhrmann (Australia)

“Changeling” by Clint Eastwood (U.S.)

“Dancers” by Pernille Fischer Christensen (Denmark)

“A Christmas Tale” by Arnaud Desplechin (France)

“Filth and Wisdom” by Madonna (U.K.)

“Gomorrah” by Matteo Garrone (Italy)

“Happy-Go-Lucky” by Mike Leigh (U.K.)

“Jerusalema” by Ralph Ziman (South Africa)

“Quiet Chaos” by Antonello Grimaldi (Italy)

“Tears for Sale” by Uros Stojanovic (Serbia/Montenegro)

In Competition

“$9.99” by Tatia Rosenthal (Israel/ Australia)

“Better Things” by Duane

Hopkins (U.K./Germany)

“The Brothers Bloom” by Rian Johnson (U.S.)

“Cold Lunch” by Eva Sorhaug (Norway)

“Country Teacher” by Bohdan Slama (Czech Republic/Germany/ France)

“Involuntary” by Ruben Ostlund (Sweden)

“Downloading Nancy” by Johan Renck (U.S.)

“Frozen River” by Courtney Hunt (U.S.)

“Les grandes personnes — Grown Ups” by Anna Novion (Sweden/France)

“Hooked” by Adrian Sitaru

(Romania)

“Mr Governor” by Mans Mansson (Sweden)

“Hunger” by Steve McQueen (U.K.)

“In Bruges” by Martin McDonagh (U.K./Belgium)

“Johnny Mad Dog” by Jean-Stephane Sauvaire (France)

“Julia” by Erick Zonca (France)

“Mermaid” by Anna Melikyan (Russia)

“Parc” by Arnaud des Pallieres (France)

“Plastic City” by Yu Lik-wai (China/Brazil/Japan)

“Rumba” by Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, Bruno Romy (Belgium)

“Soi Cowboy” by Thomas Clay (Thailand/U.K.)

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