A towering piece of cinema from Iceland that explores grief, family and place.
A fascinating portrait of figure-skater and movie star, Sonja Henie.
The 2017 Scandinavian Film Festival is bringing a wealth of amazing films to the Palace Nova this July, including special events and a the new feature from Aki Kaurismaki.
A botanist arrives in Danish Guinea to start up a commercial coffee plantation & attempts to overthrow the corrupt forces using the natives for their own gain.
Norway's most spectacular tourist destination is threatened by the collapse of the overlooking fjord, causing a tsunami to hit the tourist-filled town.
A 40-plus crane operator falls in love with a fiery young woman he spots in a café. He discovers she is a swimming instructor and enlists as her student.
Driving home from a party one night, a pregnant woman goes into premature labour and is involved in an accident which results in a devastating friendship.
A teenager is uprooted from friends and familiar surroundings to live with his father and paternal grandmother six years after divorce split their family.
The 3rd annual Scandinavian Film Festival will present some of the most exciting and fresh dramas, documentaries and comedies from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
On Wednesday 22 July 2015 Adelaide celebrated the second Scandinavian Film Festival with the SA Premiere of Here Is Harold.
A Finnish man who is Sweden’s biggest fan-boy with strong childhood memories, get the opportunity to switch identities with a suicidal Swedish psychiatrist.
A stuttering, shy army drop-out is sent to work at a home for troubled children where he meets and runs away with a troubled seventeen year old girl.
A teacher escapes to a remote fishing village in Iceland for the summer to live out his comfortable spiral of exercise, alcoholicism and Portugese lessons.
A superb Danish drama about the acceptance of death when family & friends are brought together for what turns into a bittersweet weekend for all.
The true story of a down-on-his-luck man who faces the moral dilemma of using his blood for doping when it becomes a secret weapon for the Finnish ski team.
The Scandinavian Film Festival returns on 22 July with over 20 of the best Nordic comedies, thrillers & dramas from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland
Heart of a Lion is as gripping as it is disturbing; entwined stories about love: compelling, misguided & fractured love that makes people do extraordinary things.
From the 1st book in a series by Jussi Adler-Olssen, an impetuous police homicide detective and his imposed assistant start to unravel a year-old mystery.