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Films from the South Festival

Films from the South Festival Photo: Johnny Vaet Nordskog Films from the South Festival Photo: Johnny Vaet Nordskog Films from the South Festival Photo: Film fra Sør
Films from the South Festival Photo: Johnny Vaet Nordskog
Films from the South Festival Photo: Johnny Vaet Nordskog
Films from the South Festival Photo: Film fra Sør

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Films from the South is a unique festival initiated in Oslo in 1991. The festival presents the best films from Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. Approximately 90 films are screened at Ringen kino, Victoria kino, Klingenberg kino, Saga kino and Filmens hus (Cinemateket).

The festival is an important part of Oslo's cultural life and the Norwegian film industry. Through the good movie experience, seminars, international guests and events throughout the year, Films from the South is an important arena for cultural exchange.

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Where:Oslo
10/8/2015 - 10/18/2015
Mon - Sun
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Films from the South Festival - Photo: Johnny Vaet Nordskog

Films from the South Festival

Films from the South is a unique festival initiated in Oslo in 1991. The festival presents the best films from Asia, Africa, Latin America and the...

Films from the South Festival

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