Monday, August 31, 2015

“Gentlemen” can get Nordic Council Film Prize – Swedish Radio

The movie Gentlemen, directed by Mikael Marcimain is nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize 2015. The winner will be chosen on 27 October.

Gentlemen, by director Mikael Marcimain and author JARGONISTIC compete against Dane Bille August’s “Holy Heart” and the Icelandic Dagur Kári’s “Fusi”, the Norwegian director Ole Giaevers film “Against Nature” and the Finnish director JP Valkeapää “They have escaped”

The winner receiving 430,000 SEK in addition to the honor, will be announced on October 27 during a ceremony in Reykjavik, Iceland, where the Nordic Council’s other prizes will be awarded.

– We are very excited and proud of Gentlemen has been nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize. I feel honored for the film and for high performance and dedicated film crew who received the Klas Östergrens original tale to the silver screen, says Mikael Marcimain in a press release.

The jury said: Gentlemen takes us on a meandering story where perspective and identities as fluid as the boundary between dream and fantasy. Concern for the film’s various media together for an outstanding personal, playful and self-reflective works.


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