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1. September 2016 - 20:00

Film Programme: Man‘s best friends

Grace of God, Kristján Loðmfjörð, 2015.
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Everyone has a story to tell of an animal that they had memorable experience of. The communication and connection between man and pet, farm animal or wild animal can become quite close. It reflects some unique wonder not found from man to man. Two films reflect this special relationship.  

Grace of God, Kristján Loðmfjörð, 2015 (43 min).

Thirteen individuals share their personal experiences with animals. The documentary takes place in the countryside of rural Iceland where the proximity of animals is a central part of everyday life and work. The film’s title reflects the Christian notion of animals being god’s gift to man for him to enjoy and use. With English subtitles.

Filma, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson og Huldar Breiðfjörð, 2012 (25 min).

A photographer travels along the south coast of Iceland in an attempt to capture an unforgettably image of the lighthouse in Hrolllaugseyjar. The cat Filma joins along. The filmmakers’ aim to document the artistic gesture, takes another course when the cat sets its mind on a private mission. No English subtitles, but international guests will enjoy the visual language of the story.

Admission included in museum ticket.

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