Inkonst

24/9
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 söndag 24/9

10.00-12.00
Industry Seminar
dok.incubator Preview
Accreditation

Helping filmmakers reach an audience – 8 international documentary projects ready to premiere. dok.incubator is back at Nordisk Panorama with their well-established rough cut workshop and eight new projects which have undergone six months of deep development and individual tutoring with international experts. Join the preview session for a unique opportunity to meet the filmmakers and hear about the projects just before their first performance. You can also find out about the dok.incubator programme’s track record at elevating projects to great international success.
More information: http://dokincubator.net/

10.30-12.30
Special Programme
Mika Taanila in Focus
75:- or free with festival pass, book here

This year we present a masterclass by Mika Taanila, preceded by a Sunday morning screening of two of his latest works, “Branches” and “Tectonic Plate”. 

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.

13.00-14.00
Audience Seminar
How We Did It: VR as a Performative Space
Free

How can filmmakers test and share projects while developing them? With support from BoostHbg and Nordisk Panorama, filmmaker and artist Pernilla Belfrage has created a tactile experience for her VR prototype, giving the festival audience a break from the festival buzz. Join her in conversation with experience designer Bjarke Pedersen from Odysse, for a discussion about how they worked together to create the experience. Read more on www.lejardindespensees.com

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

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

13.00-18.00
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.”

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.

14.00-18.00
Audience Seminar
Masterclass: Cameraless Excursions with Mika Taanila
75:- or free with festival pass, book here

Finnish filmmaker and visual artist Mika Taanila talks about his projects with cameraless and conceptual films. The session deals with alternative ways of approaching the art of the moving image. Rooted deeply in film history and cinephilia, Taanila’s artistic practice covers a range of techniques, from direct photocopying of film and collage to found footage and even series of cinematic works without moving images. Taanila’s recent experimental feature, “Tectonic Plate”, will be screened as part of the festival programme.

Mika Taanila (b. 1965) lives and works in Helsinki. He is one of the six artists represented in the Nordic Pavilion at the 57th Art Exhibition Biennale de Venezia 2017. His works have been shown at major international group shows, such as the Aichi Triennale (2013), Documenta (2012), Shanghai Biennale (2006) and Berlin Biennale (2004). Solo shows include balzerprojects, Basel (2016, 2017); Kiasma, Helsinki (2013-14); CAM, St. Louis (2013); Badischer Kunstverein (2008) and Migrosmuseum, Zurich (2005). In 2015 Taanila was awarded the Ars Fennica prize.

15.00-16.30
Audience Seminar
Filmrummet Presents: No borders – Storytelling Across Genres and Formats
75:- or free with festival pass, book here

In this session we will discuss and challenge the normative definitions of documentary storytelling as we know it, in order to find methods, practices and new ways to elevate the film form. We look at case studies and talk to filmmakers and artists who will share their experiences using their skills in other mediums, aiming to challenge cinematic storytelling. Financing and distribution will also be discussed in relation to how these stories can be brought to their intended audience.
Moderator: Klara Grunning, film commissioner at the Swedish Film Institute
Panel: Saadia Hussain, Carl Javer, Marcus Lindeen, Juan Libossart, Kirsi Nevanti

17.00-19.05
Special Programme
dok.incubator Presents: The Good Postman
75:- or free with festival pass, book here

Helping films reach their full potential. “The Good Postman” is presented as a case study from the 2016 rough-cut workshop dok.incubator, and the screening is followed by a prolonged Q&A session. The film was almost finished when the team joined dok.incubator. During six months of intensive individual tutoring, the filmmakers polished the rough-cut, refined the distribution strategy and ensured the film had international potential. Thanks to this additional development, the film qualified for competitions at IDFA 2016 and Sundance 2017. Also: Don’t miss the presentation of new​ dok.incubator projects at Inkonst on Sunday at 10:00. More information: http://dokincubator.net

17.00-18.00
Audience Seminar
How We Did It: Reaching the Sky
Free

The swedish feature documentary I Called Him Morgan premiered at Venice, Toronto, Telluride and New York Film Festivals within one month during the fall of 2016 and has since then been screened at numerous international festivals. This year it had a successful theatrical release in US and was lately ranked number one in Metacritic’s list of the best reviewed films of 2017. In this session we will talk about the 7 year long process of making the film and the work to reach international fame a glory.

“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
Looking East – Co-Producing with South-Korea
Accreditation

Co-production between South Korea and the Nordic countries? At first it might seem like a far-fetched scenario. But a couple of successful documentaries and some projects currently in development are based on co-productions between South Korea and the Nordic countries. During this session we will highlight the significant creative and financial possibilities represented by bringing South Korean and Nordic producers together. We will examine two projects currently in development, but also leave time for a general discussion about co-production opportunities and challenges when it comes to making documentaries with South Korea. Producers Liisa Karpo and Monica Hellström will share their insights about working with South Korea. This session is also a way of looking forward to 2018, when a South Korean delegation will participate in the NP Forum.
Moderator: Ove Rishøj Jensen, EDN (Denmark)
Speakers: Liisa Karpo, napafilms (Finland). Monica Hellström, Final Cut (Denmark).

19.45-22.00
Party
Cocktail Cinema: Bobbi Jene
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 and of course you can take your drinks with you into the cinema!

Bobbie Jene (Denmark/ Sweden, 2017)
Elvira Lind
American dancer Bobbi Jene Smith has spent 10 years as the star of famous Israeli dance company Batsheva. Bobbi first came to Israel when young and has spent the past decade under the tutelage of renowned choreographer Ohad Naharin, who radically shaped her personal life and professional work. She now makes the life-altering decision to uproot her life and career to move back to the US. The decision to leave is made all the more difficult by her budding relationship with fellow dancer, Or Schraiber.

 

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.