Barbican celebrates the centenary of Finnish independence with a season of films curated by the Midnight Sun Film Festival, Finland’s coolest film event.
Founded in 1986 by Finnish filmmakers Mika and Aki Kaurismäki, the festival is located in the village of Sodankylä, in the heart of Finnish Lapland, some 120 kilometres from the Arctic Circle. Audiences watch films 24 hours a day, as the summer sun never sets. We are delighted to bring the ‘spirit of Sodankylä’ to London to screen a selection of Finnish films from across the decades.
29.11 @6.30pm The Moonshiners + Romu-Mattila and a Beautiful Lady
30.11 @6.30pm The Stolen Death
1.12 @8.45pm The Match Factory Girl + The Land of Happiness
2.12 @3pm The Year of the Hare
3.12 @2pm People in the Summer Night
3.12 @4pm Little Wing
29.11.2017 0:00 - 3.12.2017 0:00
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC1