Inkonst

23/9
Nordisk Panorama Film Festival

Filmvisningar, seminarier och festligheter för Nordiska kort- och dokumentärfilmer.

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 21–26 september innebär sex dagar i Malmö med biografvisningar av berättelser från hela världen, seminarier, bransch-event samt festligheter för stora och små. Festivalen ses som en av de största filmfestivalerna, och skyltfönster ut mot världen, för Nordiska kort- och dokumentärfilmer. Nordisk Panorama kommer att göra allt för att Malmö i september bubblar av filmfestivalskänslor för alla som är nyfikna på och aktiva i skapande av kort- och dokumentärfilm. Hela programmet finns på www.nordiskpanorama.com. Köp ett festivalpass eller besök några av alla de öppna arrangemang som anordnas på festivalen.

Program på Inkonst lördag 23/9

11:30–20.00

Experience
Exhibition: Bird Requiem – Malmö Premiere
Free

Nordisk Panorama is proud to present Bird Requiem, Syrian artist Alqumit Alhamad’s first solo exhibition in Malmö. Building on personal experiences, Alhamad’s work focuses on the psychological and mental effects of war. First hand experience of war and violence in Syria has profoundly influenced the style of the artist, adding a strong notion of symbolism to his work, while still connecting to the stark reality of the world we live in. Everything seen in the paintings have been seen by the artist before either visually or emotionally, and the work has been a central part of Alhamad’s healing process. Alhamad’s art portraits the victims of war as brave, empowered, gentle and loved. It shows us that those suffering from war should not be diminished or victimized, rather seen as breathing and feeling agents, just like us.

13.00-16.00
Experience
VR Experience: Le Jardin des Pensées (Garden of thoughts)
Free

A mind-opening experience that will make your heart bloom. Leave the outer world for a while, take a deep breath and be part of the garden of thoughts. Relax and let yourself be immersed in this VR universe. Get a glimpse of a peaceful place, at the intersection of art, sound and tactility. Read more on www.lejardindespensees.com

13.00-16.00
Industry Seminar
Distribution or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love it
Accreditation

The Swedish Film Institute has invited distributors, the public service broadcaster SVT and filmmaker Erik Gandini to speak at a seminar about challenges and opportunities in Sweden, the Nordic countries and beyond. Join us to learn what’s new and to network over drinks after the seminar.
Moderator: Peter Jaeger
Speakers: Eva Esseen Arndorff, TriArt Film. Jakob Abrahamsson, Non Stop Entertainment AB. Katrina Mathsson, Folkets Bio. Charlotte Madsen, SVT. Erik Gandini director/producer, professor at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts.

13.00-14.00
Audience Seminar
How We Did It: First Time Filmmakers – Bound
Free

We talk to first time filmmakers about their experiences at film schools, how they learned their trade, and the pros and cons of film school education. We’ll also discuss how they succeeded in making the leap into creating a festival film, what their ambitions are and what comes next.

“How We Did It” presents interesting discussions with artists and filmmakers in an informal bar setting. Come along, have a drink and be inspired.

16.00-17.00
Industry Seminar
International Possibilities for Short Projects
Accreditation

Meet representatives from some of the major European short films who will talk about their events and the international opportunities available for short films.
Speakers: Laurent Guerrier, Euro Connection (France) TBC. Jacopo Chessa, Torino Short Film Market (Italy). Nele Fritsche, Interforum Script Pitch (Germany) TBC. Jérôme Nunes, European Short Pitch (France) TBC

13.00-18.00
Experience
VR Playground: Co-creation The Virtual Garden
Free

Urban farming goes VR! You’ve experienced VR, but have you co-created in VR? We invite you to paint a 3D garden with other festival participants in a 5-minute session using the creation tool Tilt Brush. You’ll get a short introduction and can then make your own colourful bird – or tiny worm. Let’s make a magical garden together! The final piece will be available for other festival visitors to experience.

13.00-18.00
Experience
VR Experience: Nothing Happens
Free

The spectacle of watching and being watched. “Nothing Happens” is both a cinematic and Virtual Reality experience that questions the role of the spectator by inviting the individual to participate in an event. VR allows us to choose our perspective and become absorbed in the unique atmosphere. The project explores a different kind of narrative – a new way of being in a painting.

13.00-18.00
Experience
VR short: Ego cure
Free

“EGO CURE” is a narrative virtual reality short film following a contemporary dance choreographer’s struggle to create a contemporary masterpiece, while facing a group of disinterested dancers, her unpleasant producer and the otherworldly curator – and simultaneously facing her own inner demons. The film is set in a world where the perception of art as a product has come to its logical technological conclusion: if the artist is unable or unwilling to provide a commissioned art piece, the investor has the right to extract it from their unconscious mind – using the EGO CURE device.”

14.00-16.00
Audience Seminar
Dance Film – Choreography as Cinematic Storytelling
75:- or free with festivalpass, book here

Dance film is an ever-changing hybrid art form that has grown in visibility over the course of the past ten years. It challenges our notion of what dance and film can be and gives us new perspectives on the world around us. Through films and excerpts, filmmaker Maja Friis and a representative from 60secondsdance will explore and discuss how the two art forms can be used to echo each other. What happens when the art forms merge and a new language arises with movement as its focal point? And how can you use dance for cinematic storytelling? This session includes screenings of 60secondsdance winners and other dance films.

Maja Friis (DK) is a Danish filmmaker who works in the intersection between film and choreography, documentary and fiction. Her debut “Ballerina” (2013), a poetic dance documentary, was nominated for a Danish film critic’s award for ‘Best Danish Documentary’ and received an artist award from the Danish Art Council. “Rehearsal Night”, her latest documentary, premiered at CPH:DOX 2017. She is currently developing a choreographic VR project entitled “Ice Cave”. The online, international 60secondsdance competition has played an important role in increasing visibility for the dance film genre. 1200 one-minute films have been submitted since the beginning of the competition in 2011. The films have had more than 120,000 views online and over 20,000 audiences worldwide have experienced live screenings of the films.
Photo credit: Outlier: Photo by Loughlan Prior, 2017
Runner-up, 60secondsdance, Denmark

17.00-18.00
Audience Seminar
How We Did It:The Importance of Sound
Free

We explore the importance of sound and music within film. During this session we’ll hear from a group of filmmakers as they discuss their musical influences, favourite movie soundtracks, and how bad sound can be the downfall of an otherwise good film.

“How We Did It” presents interesting discussions with artists and filmmakers in an informal bar setting. Come along, have a drink and be inspired.

17.00-18.00
Industry Seminar
Strategize Your Short Film
Accreditation

How do I increase the chances of getting my short to an A-festival? How and where do I best market myself and my film? What’s the best way to use my film as a calling card? Film curator and festival strategist Kathleen McInnis gives you a unique insight into the world and work of the film strategist.
Speaker: Kathleen Mclnnis, See-Through Film (USA)

19.45-22.00
Party
Cocktail Cinema: DRIB
75:- or free with festival pass, book here

8 o’clock is cocktail hour! Every night from Saturday to Monday we invite you to Nordisk Panorama’s own Cocktail Cinema. Here we will present one of our high profile competition films at Inkonst Blackbox. The bar will be open before the screening at 20.00 so make sure to arrive early to have time to buy a drink. And of course you can take your drinks with you into the cinema!

DRIB (Norway, 2017)
Kristoffer Borgli
A fiction/documentary hybrid re-enacting the story of a violent and failed marketing scheme for a well known energy drink. The film simultaneously exposes and revels in media manipulation as it explores the strange and painfully comic advertising campaign from 2014 — with the person who ruined it all appearing in the role of himself. To avoid legal issues, the real energy drink has been replaced with a fictitious one: DRIB.

 

 

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival är en årlig festival som arrangeras av Malmö Stad, Film i Skåne och Nordisk Panorama. Sedan starten 1990 har festivalen turnerat mellan de fem nordiska länderna som turats om att vara värdstad. Sedan 2013 har festivalen haft sin fasta plats i Malmö, en stad som satsar på film och där det finns en stor publik för kort- och dokumentärfilm. Festivalen erbjuder en unik möjlighet till att ta pulsen på den nordiska kort- och dokumentärfilmsscenen, nätverka med den nordiska filmbranschen, se film av erkända filmskapare och bli bland de första att upptäcka nya lovande talanger.