Scandinavian Film Festival 2019

The 2019 Scandinavian Film Festival will celebrate new films from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark. Now in its sixth year, the festival will showcase a strong line-up including contemporary dramas, comedies and crime thrillers. Exploring culture, history and life in the Nordic region, a host of Australian premieres will bring high calibre and award-winning Scandinavian cinema to Palace Cinemas in July.

SCA19 Aniara R18+ From: Jul 11, 2019
Aboard a luxury spaceship named Aniara, a colony of materialistic and consumption-obsessed humans flee the now-destroyed Earth.
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SCA19 Happy Ending M From: Jul 16, 2019
Helle and Peter split up and they each set out on a blazing journey of discovery, filled with new opportunities, problems and dreams...
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SCA19 The Violin Player R18 From: Jul 17, 2019
An internationally acclaimed violinist is rendered unable to play, so she begins teaching at a top music academy where she falls for her gifted student.
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SCA19 The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo MA15 From: Jul 17, 2019
A disgraced financial journalist and computer hacker investigate the disappearance of a member of the powerful Vanger clan, with dangerous results.
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SCA19 A White, White Day M From: Jul 18, 2019
Pálmason’s gripping and powerful tale of unconditional love is an unforgettable big-screen experience that is not to be missed.
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SCA19 That Time of Year M From: Jul 18, 2019
Danish director Paprika Steen illuminates some identifiable Christmas Day family catastrophes with hilarious results.
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SCA19 Aurora M From: Jul 18, 2019
Worlds collide amidst unlikely circumstances when the commitment-phobic party girl Aurora meets Iranian man Darian one cold night at a hot-dog stand in Lapland.
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SCA19 Let Me Fall MA15 From: Jul 18, 2019
Drawn heavily from true stories and extensive research in the addict community, Let Me Fall stands out as an unflinching portrayal of drug abuse.
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SCA19 One Last Deal M From: Jul 18, 2019
An aging art dealer is presented with one final opportunity to fix his broken life and reconnect with his estranged daughter and grandson.
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SCA19 The Purity of Vengeance MA15 From: Jul 18, 2019
In an old seemingly abandoned apartment in Copenhagen, construction workers make a shocking and gruesome discovery.
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SCA19 The Girl Who Played With Fire MA15 From: Jul 18, 2019
In this gritty second instalment, Noomi Rapace reprises her award-winning role as Lisbeth Salander, taking us into the darkest parts of Sweden.
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SCA19 Sonja - The White Swan R18 From: Jul 18, 2019
An illuminating perspective of a powerful female’s achievements in an era of patriarchy, and the lengths she would go to in order to succeed.
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SCA19 Out Stealing Horses M From: Jul 18, 2019
An epic coming-of-age drama which deftly charts a gamut of emotions from love, loss and disappointment to guilt and irreparable lifelong traumas.
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SCA19 Swoon M From: Jul 18, 2019
A reimagination of Romeo and Juliet sees the young heirs of two rival amusement park families unexpectedly fall in love.
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SCA19 The Absent One MA15 From: Jul 18, 2019
Detective Morck and his colleague Assad undertake a twisted mission to discover the mystery behind an unsolved killing in the 1990s.
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SCA19 Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played With Fire MA15 From: Jul 25, 2019
This fascinating biopic paints the little-known, and equally compelling portrait of the man before the books whose life was replete with the intrigue and danger.
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SCA19 A Conspiracy of Faith MA15 From: Jul 25, 2019
The third Department Q film sees Cold Case detectives Carl Mørck and Assad reunited for a shocking case in rural Denmark.
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SCA19 X&Y R18+ From: Jul 25, 2019
X&Y is a provocative piece of contemporary filmmaking which plays in the space between the sublime and the ridiculous.
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SCA19 The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest MA15 From: Aug 1, 2019
The gripping finale of the Millennium Trilogy sees Lisbeth Salander in the intensive care unit of a Swedish city hospital.
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