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HEMMA (Home) releases in Icelandic Cinemas!

Maximilian Hults romantic drama HEMMA (Home) will be released in Icelandic cinemas Friday the 24th of October 2014. The film was shot in Iceland the summer och 2012 with support from the Icelandic Film Centre and Ministry of Industry and with a large Icelandic participation both in front of and behind the camera. So it’s a pleasant reunion that takes in Iceland Friday the 24th of Oct.

Hemma premiererd Internationally at Busan International Film Festival, where it competed and won the  Busan Bank Audience Award, as best international film. Form then on it took part and competed at various other international film festivals with good results.  Hemma was released in Swedish cinemas on July 11th 2014 in 23 cities and 27 screens and was very well received by both critics and audiences.

HEMMA in Edinburgh International Film Festival

HEMMA takes part in New Perspectives at the International Film Festival in Edinburgh 18th – 29th of June 2014!

Established in 1947, the Edinburgh International Film Festival is renowned around the world for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema. Intimate in its scale, ambitious in its scope, and fuelled by pure passion for cinema in all its manifestations, EIFF seeks to spotlight the  most exciting and innovative new international film talent.

Direct film sales from our website!

Powered by VHX LittleBig Productions have now started sales of some of their films directly from the company website and Facebook! First out are feature GRINGA by Cesar Galindo and documentaries SÁMI NIEIDA JOJK  (Sami Daughter Yoik) and KIRUNA – RYMDVÄGEN (Kiruna – Space Road) by Liselotte Wajstedt.

Other titles will follow, stay tuned! Take a look!

Hemma in Competition in PÖFF, Black Nights in Tallinn

Hemma (Home) has been selected for Tridens Competition at PÖFF, Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn 15th Nov – 1st Dec 2013.

Tridens Baltic competition is a programme covering debut films from the entire Baltic and Nordic region. This year there are 12 films from 11 countries competing.

About the Festival
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival is a unique event combining a feature film festival with the sub-festivals of animated films, student films and children/youth films. The festival aims to present Estonian audiences a comprehensive selection of world cinema in all its diversity, providing a friendly atmosphere for interaction between the audience and filmmakers from all around the world.

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