FSF Case study – Sparrows

DATE: February 1
TIME: 15.30 – 17.00
VENUE: Studio 3, Gothenburg Studios

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Swedish Society of Cinematographers (FSF) presents a seminar about the creative process of visual expression between Cinematographer Sophia Olsson and Director Runar Runarsson. This year featuring Iceland-set Sparrows (“Þrestir”); a critically praised coming-of-age tale set against majestic scenery, and a big-time winner of 10 international awards, including the main prize at San Sebastian. http://www.screendaily.com/festivals/sparrows-wins-top-prize-at-les-arcs-room-wins-audience-award/5098258.article

Runarsson (praised in Cannes for “Volcano” 2011) and Olsson (“Beast”, “Volcano” and “The weight of Elephants”) met at The National Film School of Denmark. Their talk will include building a creative trust, defining the visual style, finding the essence and enhancing the interpretation of mood and message in each scene.

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Sparrows will be screened at Göteborg Film Festival the following times:

Sunday, January 31, 17.30 – Draken
Monday, February 1, 12.45 – Folkteatern
Tuesday, February 2, 21.00 – Biopalatset 1
Saturday, February 6, 12.30 – Frölunda Kulturhus