The Lund Fantastic Film Festival runs its hybrid edition on Spamflix
- The Swedish event has partnered with the TVoD platform for arthouse and cult films, and will screen 9 features and 36 short films available across Sweden
This year’s edition of the Lund Fantastic Film Festival is running from 28 October-1 November entirely online, via the Spamflix platform. Visitors from Sweden can watch the online screenings of nine feature-length and 36 short films selected by the festival. Each movie has a set premiere time and will be available on the platform for 24 hours, while the shorts, which are spread across five packages, will be available on all the days of the festival.
Maritte Sørensen, Lund Fantastic Film Festival director, stated: “We are very excited to be collaborating with Spamflix for the 2020, hybrid edition of our festival. Spamflix offers a platform with content that is already interesting for our audience, and after collaborating with them last year, it felt natural to expand this partnership during this unusual time the world is experiencing.”
As for the programme, the features available on Spamflix are: Butt Boy by Tyler Cornack (USA), Darkness [+see also:
film profile] by Emanuela Rossi (Italy), Get the Hell Out by Wang I-fan (Taiwan), The Legend of Baron To'a by Kiel McNaughton (New Zealand), Marygoround [+see also:
interview: Daria Woszek
film profile] by Daria Woszek (Poland), The Queen of Black Magic by Kimo Stamboel (Indonesia), Sleep [+see also:
film profile] by Michael Venus (Germany), Teddy [+see also:
film profile] by Ludovic Boukherma and Zoran Boukherma (France), and Woman of the Photographs by Takeshi Kushida (Japan).
For the complete line-up, you can check out the official website of the Lund Fantastic Film Festival, while the short-film selection along with the screening schedule can be found on the Spamflix site by clicking here.
Spamflix is co-financed by the Lisboa 2020 programme of the ERDF European Fund.
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