International premiere for Hemma (Home) in Busan

Maximilian Hult’s first feature premieres, and competes for the Bank of Busan Audience Prize, in the Flash Forward category  at Busan International Film Festival in South Korea 3-12 oct 2013. Producer Anna G Magnusdóttir and director Maximilian Hult represent the film i Busan.

Press Release: Hemma 2013-09-03 Busan

World Premiere for HEMMA (HOME) in Busan, South Korea

Maximilian Hult’s first feature film HEMMA (HOME) has been Officially selected for Competition in the Flash Forward section at the 18th BUSAN International Film Festival (BIFF), which takes place on October 3rd through 12th, 2013. Flash Forward is a section for new narrative features from non-Asian filmmakers reflecting audacious creativities with clear senses of cinema as an art form.

The film is produced by LittleBig Productions in co-operation with Movieboosters, Filmmakers Stockholm and Spellbound Productions, Iceland with support from The Icelandic Film Centre and The Ministry of Industries and Innovations.

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Nordic Genre Invasion at Cannes

This year for Cannes Film Festival we have joint forces together with the leading Nordic producers and film makers to bring the most exiting genre movies and TV series under one roof.

This is what people is commenting about the Nordic Genre Invasion:

Horror Comedy American Burger goes for DRM-free Global Home Delivery

LittleBig Productions (American Burger), and Blind Spot Pictures (Iron Sky) are joining forces to meet the audience strong wish for simultaneous access on all platforms.

The mission is to bring American Burger directly to the audience and make the film available all over the world – in all platforms.

American Burger is a happy horror comedy written and directed by first-time filmmakers Bonita Drake & Johan Bromander. The directors bring a busload of American students on a culture trip in Europe. In the middle of nowhere they stumble upon a mysterious Hamburger stand and are about to realize that European notion of American Hamburgers is terrifyingly different to what they’re used to…

The global day-and-date release is planned for late autumn this year, the exact date to be released soon. American Burger will be available as original English language version with subtitling in several different languages.

“We believe the time is right for a distribution that is adjusted to the wishes and demands of the film lovers out there. The audience is a powerful driving force and we strongly believe that this model will accommodate their wish and proof it’s the way to go in future distribution.” (Producer Anna G Magnusdottir, LittleBig Productions)

“Having followed the distribution of Iron Sky, another fan-driven, Internet-active film, I’m bound to believe that a day-and-date release for such films, like American Burger, where worldwide Internet audience can have an access to the film as soon as possible in the best possible quality, without the hindrance of DRM, is the best strategy.” (Timo
Vuorensola, Iron Sky)

“Global release is such an exciting thing. For us as directors a Global event and meeting the audience directly is a dream come true. It’s like saying, “Here you go World, have
some American Burger! Enjoy!” (Directors Bonita Drake & Johan Bromander)

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Contact:
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Anna G Magnusdottir
Anna.g@littlebig.se
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Video Interview with Cesar Galindo, Director of Gringa

Cesar Galindo, director and co-writer of feature film GRINGA, set in Cuzco and Machu Picchu,Perú, spoke to us about what inspired him to create a dark comedy on the relationship between bricheros and gringas. “Brichero”, a term which GRINGA’s co-writer Mario Guevara contributed to the Peruvian literature, stands for “gringa hunter”, where “gringa” is the colloquial word for “foreign tourist”. Galindo also explains how “bricherismo” is a life style, typically encountered in the world’s tourist places. More on this phenomenon, as well as exclusive footage from movie GRINGA, in the video interview below.

Enjoy yourselves!

 

Kiruna – Rymdvägen at Skábmagovat, Inari, Finland

Kiruna – Rymdvägen (Kiruna – Space Road) will be shown at the Film Festival Skábmagovatin northern Finland. The Festival takes place during the 31at of Januari and 4th Februari.

“Skábmagovat – Indigenous Peoples’ Film and TV Production Festival will celebrate its 15th anniversary in Inari, Finland, at the end of the polar night.

Along with Sámi films, the festival will present films made by other indigenous peoples. The pride of the Skábmagovat Festival, the Northern Lights Theater, will again be built from snow for the festival. In addition to the snow theatre, shows will take place in the Sámi Cultural Center Sajos and in the Sámi Museum and Nature Center Siida.”

Kiruna – Rymdvägen, Swedish premiere in Gothenburg

Kiruna – Rymdvägen’s first Swedish screenings are in the section Swedish Images at the Gothenburg International FIlm Festval. Screening days and times: Sunday: 27/1 12.30 in Haga 1, Thuesday: 29/1 19.30 in Biopalatset 1, Friday: 1/2 17.30 in Biopalatset 1  – see the programme by clicking here.

Video Release! Check Out the Cheerleaders in the Upcoming American Burger!

… the cheerleaders in the upcoming American Burger horror comedy are just about everything you need to see to sweeten your day! Plus, you also get an extra glimpse of the evilly delicious American Burger… The videos are available on Youtube or the official American Burger website. Dont forget to visit the American Burger website for the latest news and special fan deliveries! This week’s special is the downloads section, which entitles your desktop to its right to awesomeness. The Cheeleaders and the Nerds are there to lift your screen in its highest spirits!

Do you like to “like”? Check out the American Burger Facebook page and give us a thumbs-up appreciation!

 

World premiere for Kiruna – Rymdvägen in Tromsö, Norway

Kiruna – Rymdvägen is in Competition at Tromsö International Film Festival. Friday 18th of Jan. 2013 saw the first ever screening of Liselotte Wajsted’s documentary Kiruna – Rymdvägen (Kiruna – Space Road). The film deals with Liselotte’s coming to grips with her hometown Kiruna being relocated, due to the mining activities underneath,  and the grounds for her childhood being wiped away.