12.08.20 – 16.08.20
27-year-old Kris lives with her partially disabled uncle on a small farm in southern Denmark. Without Kris, the uncle would not be able to keep the farm running. Even though the two of them have a close relationship and a great understanding of each other, they spend most of their daily lives in silence. Uncle has won a number of awards and received brilliant reception from Norwegian film critics.
About the filmmaker
Frelle Petersen (b. 1980) started as a director's assistant in the film industry in 2003. Since then he has directed a number of award-winning short films. He debuted as feature film director with Hundeliv (2016), which was screened at the Seattle International Film Festival and nominated for the Danish Bodil Prize. Uncle (2019) is his second feature film.
In 2013 Petersen founded the production company 88miles together with producer Marco Lorenzen. The company has produced both Hundeliv and Uncle.
A performance by Bjørn Erik Haugen
- Friday 14.08.20 - kl 18:00
- Saturday 15.08.20 - kl 18:00
by Bertrand Bonello
- Wednesday 19.08.20 - kl 18:00
- Sunday 23.08.20 - kl 18:00
- Wednesday 09.09.20 - kl 18:00
Anne at 13,000 ft
by Kazik Radwanski
- Wednesday 26.08.20 - kl 18:00
- Sunday 30.08.20 - kl 18:00