Sweden Finns hit the screens straight up in the morning Finnkino Plevna at 10am. The Swedish theme continues in Femmes at 8pm, when award-winning Womarts Ambassador Saga Becker’s film Something Must Break (Sweden, 2014) is shown. Becker will also hold a Masterclass earlier on the day at Werstas auditorium at 4pm.
AV-arkki, the Centre for Finnish Media Art, turns 30. They are a long term partner for Tampere Film Festival, and will celebrate with two screenings on New and Old Sincerety. AV-arkki 2, Finnkino Plevna at 10am and AV-arkki 1, Hällä at 8pm.
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Horror is not just in the Festival Programme. Our little cousin, Trash & Underground Film Festival will take place at Klubi 3pm–7pm (Tickets 10 €, R18).
To be continued at 10pm with B Horror Extravaganza. Same place. Tickets 5 €.
Start the day at 10am with Jan Harlan’s Masterclass. Producer among others for Stanley Kubrick, this TFF-Pro speaks once again – and for free, at Hällä.
Old and stuffy – Tampere Museums are anything but. Vibrant, modern exhibitions with a lot to offer. Visit Museum Centre Vapriikki that houses nine exhibitions. In line with our Horror theme, you can visit Dracula exhibition. Tickets 13/6 €. Or if you want something more light hearted, enjoy the Best Nature Photography of 2018 or just find our all there is to know about Ice Hockey.
In the centre of Festival humbug there is a museum haven in the form of Werstas, the Finnish Labour Museum. It has a free admission and excellent exhibitions. We particularly recommend a short meditation above the biggest steam engine in Finland inbetween the screenings.