PREVIOUS FESTIVALS

2002

"Take Three," the third annual Nordic film extravaganza sponsored by not-for-profit ASFLA, was held Feb. 1, 2 and 3, 2002, at the Writers' Guild Theatre in Beverly Hills, Calif. It was the second sequel to the successful LA showcase of Scandinavian films and filmmakers launched in 2000. Each year, the festival pivots around the Scandinavian films submitted to the Academy Awards® for consideration as nominees in the Best Foreign-Film category, with additional screenings of short subjects and documentaries. Non-competitive in nature, the festival gives LA audiences a chance to see the best in Nordic filmmaking, as well as provides a fertile ground for networking.


6 p.m.
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OPENING GALA



7:45 p.m.
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BIRDS OF PASSAGE (Trĉkfugle)

Vibeke Muasya, Denmark, comedy/38 min.

8:30 p.m.
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COOL AND CRAZY (Heftig og Begeistret)

Knut Erik Jensen, Norway, documentary/105 min.


10 a.m.
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IKINGUT (Ikíngut)

Gísli Snær Erlingsson, Iceland, family/85 min.

12 Noon
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LAUGHING SEAGULLS (Mávahlátur)

Ágúst Gumundsson, Iceland, drama/104 min.

2:30 p.m.
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VON TRIER'S 100 EYES (on Trier1s 100 Ĝjne)

Katia Forbert Petersen, Denmark, documentary/60 min.

4:30 p.m.
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ELLING (Elling/Ogsċ Kjent Som)

Petter Næss, Norway, comedy/84 min.

7:30 p.m.
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THE RIVER (Joki)

Jarmo Lampela, Finland, drama/106 min.


11 a.m.
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PORTRAIT OF GOD (Portrĉt af Gud)

Jon Bang Carlsen, Denmark, documentary/80 min.

12:30 p.m.
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ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS (Italiensk for Begyndere)

Lone Scherfig, Denmark, comedy/109 min.

3 p.m.
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AMBUSH (Rukajärven Tie)

Olli Saarela, Finland, drama/125 min.

6 p.m.
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THE ART OF FLYING A FLAG (Konsten att Flagga)

Ingrid Rudefors and Peter Östlund, Sweden, drama/10 min.

6:15 p.m.
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MUSIC FOR ONE APARTMENT AND SIX DRUMMERS (Drummers)

Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sweden, fiction/10 min.

6:30 p.m.
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GRANDMOTHER, HITLER AND I (Mormor, Hitler och Jag)

Sweden, documentary/17 min. Carl Johan De Geer.

7:30 p.m.
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JALLA! JALLA! (Hurry Up!)

Josef Fares, Sweden, comedy/93 min.