Calendar

Jan
28
Mon
Film night: ‘HAFID’ The Sea, Iceland
Jan 28 @ 7:45 pm

The Film Club is showing HAFID, The Sea, by Baltazar Kormakur, Iceland, 2002
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
We serve light refreshments before the start of the films

Feb
18
Mon
Film night: ‘Under Sandet’, Land of Mine, Denmark
Feb 18 @ 7:45 pm

The Film Club is showing UNDER SANDET,(Land of Mine) Martin Zandvliet Denmark, 2015
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices.
We serve light refreshments before the start of the films

Mar
18
Mon
Film night: ‘En Man Som Heter Ove’, A Man called Ove, Hannes Holm, Sweden
Mar 18 @ 7:45 pm

The Film Club is showing En Man Som Heter Ove, A Man Called Ove, by Hannes Holm Sweden, 2015
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices.
We serve light refreshments before the start of the films

Apr
15
Mon
Film night: ‘Lapsia Ja Aikuisia’ -Producing Adults, Finland
Apr 15 @ 7:45 pm

The Film Club is showing ‘Lapsia Ja Aikuisia’ -Producing Adults, Finland, 2004
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
We serve light refreshments before the start of the films

May
20
Mon
Film night: THELMA, Norway, 2017
May 20 @ 7:45 pm

The Film Club is showing ‘THELMA’, Norway, 2017
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
We serve light refreshments before the start of the films

Sep
23
Mon
Film night: UTOYA 22. JULI (Utøya: July 22)
Sep 23 @ 7:45 pm

UTOYA 22. JULI (Utøya: July 22)
Erik Poppe, Norway, 2018 (93 mins)
Utøya 22. Juli is told from the perspective of one of the female teenagers trapped on the island. The film is based exclusively on the testimony of the survivors but the characters are fictitious. In July 2011, a teenage girl struggles to survive and to find her younger sister during the terrorist attack at a political summer camp on the Norwegian island of Utøya.
Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
Light refreshments are served at 7:00pm, the proceeds go to LiNC charity.

Oct
21
Mon
Film night: GERTRUD Carl Theodor Dreyer, Denmark, 1964
Oct 21 @ 7:45 pm

GERTRUD
Carl Theodor Dreyer, Denmark, 1964 (116 mins)
In the elegant world of artists and musicians in early 1900s Denmark, the once famous and sophisticated singer Gertrud (Nina Pens Rode) finally ends her marriage to her lawyer husband Gustav. Her new lover is a young composer Erland Jansson (Bendt Rothe). Despite all her efforts he is unable to give her his total love as demanded leaving Gertrud to seek a further escape but to where and with whom?

Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
Light refreshments are served at 7:00pm, the proceeds go to LiNC charity.

Nov
25
Mon
Film night: TORGET (THE SQUARE) Ruben Östlund, Sweden,
Nov 25 @ 7:45 pm

TORGET (THE SQUARE)
Ruben Östlund, Sweden, 2017 (151 mins)

Christian (Claes Bang) is a devoted father of two. He is the respected curator of a Swedish contemporary museum whose ethos is to support good causes. His next show is ‘The Square’, featuring an art installation reminding the viewers of their responsibilities to fellow human beings. However it is sometimes difficult to live up to your own ideals especially when real life takes over.
Carl Theodor Dreyer, Denmark, 1964 (116 mins)
In the elegant world of artists and musicians in early 1900s Denmark, the once famous and sophisticated singer Gertrud (Nina Pens Rode) finally ends her marriage to her lawyer husband Gustav. Her new lover is a young composer Erland Jansson (Bendt Rothe). Despite all her efforts he is unable to give her his total love as demanded leaving Gertrud to seek a further escape but to where and with whom?

Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
Light refreshments are served at 7:00pm, the proceeds go to LiNC charity.

Dec
9
Mon
Film night: VALKOINEN PEURA (THE WHITE REINDEER) Erik Blomberg, Finland
Dec 9 @ 7:45 pm

VALKOINEN PEURA (THE WHITE REINDEER)
Erik Blomberg, Finland, 1952 (74 mins), B&W

Set in Finnish Lapland, Valkoinen Peura is based on pre-Christian Finnish mythology and Sami shamanism. The film centres on a young woman called Pirita who meets Aslak, a reindeer herder, and they soon marry. Aslak must spend time away for work, leaving his new bride lonely. In an effort to alleviate her loneliness and ignite marital passion, Pirita visits the local shaman, leading to tragic results.

Please look at the film club’s website nordicfilmliverpool.co.uk for more information about the films and prices
Light refreshments are served at 7:00pm, the proceeds go to LiNC charity.