Northern Lights are preparing to shine! The 3rd edition of Nordic-Baltic film festival will be held in Minsk and Vitebsk on 19-25 April.
The 2017 program features 14 films from 8 countries of Northern Europe and the Baltics.
For the first time festival screenings will include two documentaries: the Estonian documentary ‘Anthill’ that tells the story of a garage in Tallinn’s Lasnamae area, the sister neighborhood of Partyzansky area in Minsk; and ‘The Show of the Shows’ documentary, featuring the music from the giants of the Icelandic music scene – Sigur Ros.
The official opening is scheduled on 20 April in Mir cinema in Minsk. The festival will last for one week and will be running in two cities: from 19 to 25 in Minsk and from 20 to 25 in Vitebsk.
In addition to movie screenings, various activities such as workshops and meetings with renowned filmmakers, film critics, and even designers are planned – 24 events altogether.
Northern Lights Nordic-Baltic Film Festival in Belarus is an annual event that offers the most recent and inspiring films from Northern Europe and Baltic States.
Its main purpose to reveal the character of the peoples of Nordic and Baltic states, and give the audience insight into the magic of their culture and traditions. The festival includes the works of filmmakers from Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
When: 19-25 April in Minsk; 20-25 April in Vitebsk.
Price: 5 Br (~€2.48) per film.