Group 2
Production image from the film Barnförbjudet (Svenska Filminstitutet)

Production image from the film Barnförbjudet (Svenska Filminstitutet), 1979 Photo: Carl Johan De Geer / Svenska Filminstitutets bildarkiv

Marie-Louise Ekman Film Festival

2.9 – 17.9 2017

Stockholm

In September, several of Marie-Louise Ekman’s films and TV productions will be screened at the mueum. The programme will include presentations and discussions. The exhibition includes a screening of Barnförbjudet [The Elephant Walk] and Den dramatiska asylen [The Dramatic Asylum].

Filmfestival 2–3 september 2017

Saturday 2 September

At 12.00 Welcome address

At 12.15 Mamma, pappa, barn [Mother, Father, Child]
1977, short film 30 min. Swedish Film Institute.

At 12.45 Barnförbjudet [The Elephant Walk]
1979, feature film 82 min. Sandrew Film & Teater AB.

At 14.15 Coffee break

At 14.30 Stilleben [Still Life]
1985, feature film, 110 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

At 16.30 Marie-Louise Ekman in conversation with Lisa Langseth.

From 17.00 Moderna Bar
Let the conversation continue in Moderna bar.

Sunday 3 September

At 11.15 Den hemliga vännen [The Secret Friend]
1990, feature film 106 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

At 13.00 Lunch break

At 14.00 Puder [Powder]
2001, feature film 91 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

At 15.30 Coffee break

15.45 Asta Nilssons sällskap [The Asta Nilsson Company]
2005, feature film 81 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

With reservation for changes.

Film screenings

Saturday 9 September

At 14 Målarskolan [The Art School]
1990, TV series in ten parts for Swedish Television (SVT), 146 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

Introduction by Kalle Boman, film producer and founder of Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna. (In Swedish)

Sunday 10 September

At 14 Målarskolan [The Art School]
1990, TV series in ten parts for Swedish Television (SVT), 146 min. Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.

Saturday 16 September

At 14 Nu är pappa trött igen [Dad is Tired Again]
1996, feature film 82 min. Swedish Film Institute.

Sunday 17 September

At 14 Hallo Baby
1976, feature film 106 min. Swedish Film Institute.