PROGRAMME

Information about guests visiting the festival will be released consecutively. Please see the page here: guests. The final programme, including films, workshops and paneldiscussions, will be released beginning of October. Sign up for our our newsletter at the bottom of this page, to be sure not to miss any imformation.

 

FILM AND THE MOVING IMAGE

We show both narrative films and work from within the moving image; video art, experimental film and time-based installations and sculptures.

  • The narrative films we show will mainly be new and older international art house movies; critically acclaimed feature films and documentaries, for adults, children and youths. More popular films will also be shown.  Northern Norwegian and film from the rest of the Arctic will also be shown. All films are chosen on the grounds of being of artistic and/or social importance.
  • The works within the moving image will consist of both norwegian and international works. Most of them will be shown in the cinema, but some will also be shown outdoors in the town centre. Several curators are involved in the programming of these works.

 

3 DAY MORNING SEMINAR

The experienced workshop leader Ed Webb-Ingall from the UK, will run a morning seminar Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning 10 - 12.30, responding especially to the moving image section of the festival.

 

PANELDISKUSJONER

Two panel discussions are planned for the festival, one on Saturday evening, and one on Sunday daytime. More information will come.

 

KINOMATISK

This is a popular local monthly food and arthouse film event, that you will be able to experience at the festival. Food related to the film is served in the same room as the film is shown, on stylish restaurant tables, and there is a bar in the room. The films will have an interesting introduction.

 

WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS AND YOUTHS

There will be one film-making workshop for youths, and one art workshop for young children during the festival. Below is some information about the workshops. You will soon be able to book, but if you already want to reserva a place on one of the workshops, please email info@amiff.no

  • Film-making workshop for youths will take place Saturday daytime, and led by the experienced tutors at the film institution Tvibit based in Tromsø, Northern Norway. Here you can learn how to make films, and the films made during the workshop will be shown on Sunday at the cinema as part of the festival proramme.
  • Workshop for kids will be given by the popular local Dora's Art Suitcase / Doras Kunstkoffert, and will take place on Sunday daytime.