Logotyp 2019 26 november – 1 december
Kulturhuset Väven

Time

Screening
Section
Theatre
Ticket

Tue 26

Wed 27

Wed 27
17:00
Panel: Film and functionality
Events
Fika!
Fri entré

Panel discussion and screening of Aerobics a Love Story.
In cooperation with Umeå University
Language: English

Contributors:

Catherine J. Kudlick, Professor of History (San Francisco State University, USA) and Director of Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability and Director of Superfest Disability Film Festival. Studies historical representations of disability.

Karin Ljuslinder, associate professor in media and communications studies. Studies representations of disability in old and new media.

Josefine Wälivaara, Ph.D. in drama-theatre-film. Studies normativity, disability, and sexuality in popular cinema.

Thu 28

Fri 29

Fri 29
10:00
Branschdagen 2019
Events
Vävenscenen

Sorry, this entry is only available in Swedish.

Fri 29
17:00
Art Friday with Hardcore
Events
Bildmuseet
Fri entré

Umeå European Film Festival and Bildmuseet welcomes you to Art Friday with hardcore
Screening of UxÅ – A Journey to the Heart of Umeå Hardcore Scene and live music
In collaboration with Studieförbundet Bilda

Film, conversation, music and hangout, it will be a great evening at Bildmuseet’s Art Friday with Umeå’s hardcore scene in focus. The three French filmmakers Gianno Manno, Romain Massé and Théophile Pillault returns to Umeå to finally show their film UxÅ – A Journey to the Heart of Umeå Hardcore Scene. After the film the following local hardcore bands will perform live: YDMS – metal hardcore from Skellefteå/Burträsk, Dream Warriors – interdimensional mosh-hardcore from Umeå and The Dumb Fucks – melodic punk hardcore from Umeå.

Fri 29
18:00
UxÅ: A Journey to the Heart of the Umeå Hardcore Scene
Documentary
Bildmuseet
Fri entré

Meet the director:
Gianni Manno is a videographer Jack-of-all-trades trained at Poitiers Fine Arts School in France. He visits the screening together with filmmakers Romain Massé and Théophile Pillault. They will talk abou their DIY documentary project to meet the Hardcore movement pioneers in Umeå during Bildmuseet and UEFFs Art Friday.

Fri 29
19:30
Films From the North: Between Us
Northern perspectives
Tagning

Duration: 1 h 4 min 
Language: Norwegian, Swedish, Russian
Subtitles: English

Relationships are not easily translated. Lovers, family and friends are synonymous with emotions, conflict and drama. Do people all over the world love in the same way? Is it possible that when you cross borders, both geographically and emotionally, you discover values that are drastically different from your own? Are there lessons to be learned in reaching out, not knowing what’s on the other side?

These are some of the questions asked in Films from the North: Between Us, a new short film program from the Tromsø International Film Festival (TIFF).

Fri 29
22:00
Klubb Filmfeber
Events
TC
Fri entré

Celebrate the film festival!
Pop quiz and club
Free entrance

Sat 30

Sat 30
12:00
Animated films and creative workshop
Events
Bildmuseet
Fri entré

Umeå European Film Festival and Bildmuseet welcomes you to a creative workshop and screening of animated short films for families
Language: No dialogue
The screening starts 12:00 & 14:00
Free entrance

Sat 30
14:00
SAQMI presents: To Be, or Not to Be
Events
Tagning

Short film program presented by SAQMI (The Swedish Archive for Queer Moving Images)
Curated by Anna Linder
Language: English Subtitles: English
Films included in the program (55 min): Singing Cunts (Max Göran, 2012, 2 min), On Animals and Cleaning (Za re Vrba, 2019, 7 min), Carwash (Juli Apponen, 2018, 5 min), Act On Instinct (Elin Magnusson, 2013, 16 min), Ohyra (Klara Lidén, 2007, 4 min) and Ang. Berivans Film (Berivan Erdogan, 2019, 20 min)

Sat 30
16:00
Hungary 2018
Documentary
Tystnad

Meet the director:
Eszter Hajdu is a film director from Hungary and also known as an advocate for Human Rights. Her independent multi-award winning documentary filmmaking has been noticed at several international film festivals. Hungary 2018 is her latest film and the screening will be followed by a conversation with Lena Berggren, historian and researcher on fascism and anti-semitism at Umeå University.

Sat 30
16:00
Talk: Fyra filmer på gång
Events
Fika!
Fri entré

Language: Swedish
Moderator: Anna Brodin

Sat 30
18:00
UEFF’s Film Quiz
Events
Fika!
Fri entré

Film quiz by Magnus Öberg
Language: Swedish

Sun 01

Sun 01
14:00
The Raven and the Seagull
Documentary
Tagning

Meet the director
Lasse Lau is a Danish filmmaker and visual artist. His films have been screened and praised at international film festivals and museums. He visits UEFF with his latest film The Raven and the Seagull, which looks at the relationship between Denmark and Greenland. At the screening we will also meet Rie Hougaard Landgreen, who is the creative producer of the film.

Sun 01
14:00
Agnès Varda short film program
Agnès Varda
Bildmuseet
Fri entré

Duration: 1 h 4 min 
Language: French 
Subtitles: English

In collaboration with Bildmuseet and the French Institute, UEFF presents a program of short films made by Agnès Varda. Varda passed away in the spring of 2019, and through this film screening we want to honor her memory and great artistry.

Agnès Varda was a legend in French film and an internationally recognized filmmaker and artist. Varda made both feature films and documentaries and was also active as a photographer and visual artist. She used to say that she had three careers, three lives. Varda moved freely between tenderness and humor, between low and high. In 1958 she met the director Jacques Demy who became her husband and partner until he passed away in AIDS in 1990. In 2017, Varda became the first female director to be awarded an Honorary Oscar for her efforts within film. In 2013, Bildmuseet showed the exhibition Agnès Varda, where visitors could see pictures, films and installations by Varda.

In what was to be her last film, Varda by Agnès, she talks about her life, her films and her creativitiy. She talks about lounging around, and that if you do, you go into time, and then nothing is trite. With this film screening, let us linger, go into time and experience a filmmaking that has been anything but trite.
– Florence Sisask