We are giving away a pair of festival passes to Nordic Lights Film Festival @ SIFF Film Center on January 17-19. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, January 17.
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5th Annual Nordic Lights Film Festival
January 17-19, 2014
Tickets: $10; $8 for Museum Members, SIFF Members, Students
Passes: $55; $50 for Museum Members, SIFF Members, Students
More info: nordicmuseum.org | Tickets: siff.net
SIFF Film Center
305 Harrison Street, Seattle, Washington 98109
Immerse yourself in the world of Nordic cinema at the fifth annual Nordic Lights Film Festival (NLFF), a three-day festival featuring contemporary, award-winning films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Greenland. Held at SIFF Cinema at Seattle Center, this is a rare chance to view feature-length movies, shorts, and documentaries from the Nordic countries on the big screen.
Among the great line-up this year is Inuk (Greenland) from director Mike Magidson. The film follows the epic journey of 16-year-old Inuk and local polar bear hunter Ikuma across fragile sea ice, through the bitter cold, and within themselves. Another highlight is A Hijacking/Kapringen out of Denmark, a psychological thriller that follows a Danish cargo ship and its crew as the ship is hijacked by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean.
See the full schedule at nordicmuseum.org.