A wide filmprogram and outdoor cinema during Live at Heart
Live at Heart presents a wide film program during the festival week and sets up the outdoor cinema at Stortorget for the fourth consecutive year. The outdoor cinema is free and open to everyone.
“It is fun that we can again offer the people of Örebro a outdoor screening that has been so appreciated in recent years. In summer’s beautiful weather still holds on, I hope that we will have a lot of visitors at Stortorget this year, ” says Daniel Lundsten, festival director of the Live at Hearts film section.
This year’s films at the outdoor cinema are:
September 7 at 8 pm: Jalla Jalla
Josef Fares classic debut film from 2000 about culture clashes.
September 8 at 4 pm: Sunes Summer
The classic swedish film from 1993 where we will follow Sune and his dysfunctional family on camping holiday.
September 8 at 8 pm: Ted – För Kärlekens Skull
A movie from 2018 about Ted Gärdestad. We follow one of swedens greatest composers in his relationship with his brother, music, love and life.
In addition to outdoor cinema, the festival offer a rich movie program at Bio Roxy during the week, new to this year is that these films are free and entry does not require a festival pass – however, it may be good to reserve a place. You can read more on the festival website http://liveatheart.se/movie-tickets/
“We will open the program on Roxy with a preview of the Swedish sci-fi and family movie “Ensamma i Rymden“. It’s a fun movie that is about two children who are lost in space on a big spaceship. I can recommend it for families with children, so the film is from 7 years old, “says Daniel Lundsten
“Marcus Carlsson from Karlskoga returns to the festival with his new film Love & Will, which earlier this year had a premiere during the Göteborg Film Festival. A film about growing up, relationships and love. Even Erik Kammerland from Nora will attend the festival and screen his film Douche, filmed in Nora and Stockholm. There will also be american independent film about the relationship to music. The song of Sway Lake with Rory Culkin (Brother of Macaulay Culkin) is about the mystery of the resort of Sway Lake where the jazz musician once lived, “continues Daniel Lundsten.
For filmmakers, there is much more to enjoy. The festival will present a rich high quality short film program that also includes short films from the Swedish Film Institute’s “Voice” initiative – a new short film initiative to inspire social engagement through young and new voices behind and in front of the camera.
“Many of the short films have multiple viewing times so that as many people as possible will have the opportunity to see them. But on our final day, 8th of September, we will show all films and end with a prize-giving for best national and international short films, “says Daniel Lundsten and recommend some short films to keep an eye on:
The Palme Group takes a long lunch
The Traffic Separating Device
Something About Alex
In Love With Cinema
“We will have more filmmakers attending this year than ever before. We want to offer the same venue for the film that Live to Heart has always been for the music. In addition to public film screenings, there is a seminare program for filmmakers and the industry. We offer work in progress seminars and a film ptich competition that has 10,000 SKR in the pot. New for this year is the Would you buy this section, where a panel of distributors and festival organizers watch short films together with filmmakers and audiences. After each film, the film is discussed between the panel members and the filmmakers, about the films potential and possible distribution. I hope everyone who likes or working with film will have a very rewarding festival week, “concludes Daniel Lundsten.
Live at Heart is 2nd to 9th September in Örebro.
For more information the film festival contact:
Festival Director – Live at Heart Film