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32nd edition of Nordisk Panorama Festival completed its run for the year

Last night marked the end of Nordisk Panorama Festival 2021 at cinema Spegeln screening and celebrating the winning films. More than 90 documentaries and short films from Nordic countries were shown at the cinemas of Malmö and in unexpected local spots throughout the city between September 16 - 21. The award for the Best Nordic Documentary went to Yasaman Sharifmanesh’s “Aboli’s Journey, (Abolis resa)” from Sweden and the Best Nordic Short was awarded to Jerry Carlsson’s “The Night Train, (Nattåget)” from Sweden/France.


The winners of the New Nordic Voice award were Cecilie Debell & Maria Tórgarð with their feature documentary Skál, (Skál) from Denmark/Faroe Islands. City of Malmö’s Audience Award was presented to Jonas Poher Rasmussen for his film “Flee, (Flugt)” from Denmark. The youngest viewers of the festival selected “Stories from the Shower, (Fortellinger fra dusjen)” by Teresia Fant from Norway as the winner of Children’s Choice Award. The jury of Nordisk Panorama gave Honorable Mentions to “Nights and Days in July, (Nätter och dagar i juli)” by Jana Bringlöv Ekspong; “Fly So Far, (Nuestra libertad)” by Celina Escher and “Young & Afraid, (Nattebarn)” by Sverre Kvamme & Petter Aaberg.





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