Category Film

Armi Alive! – The Creation of Marimekko

Armi Alive! was created to tell the story of Marimekko and one of its most infamous founders, Armi Ratia. Marimekko is probably one of the most well know brands to derive from

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Interview: Heiðrik á Heygum wins 2014 Faroese Film Awards

“I didn’t expect to win at all” Faroese film maker Heiðrik á Heygum won both the Jury Award and the Audience Award at the 2014 Faroese Film Night. The award

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The winners of the Nordic Council prize 2014

75 nominees from all over the Nordic Region were in the City Hall in Stockholm tonight, the 29th October 2014. These creatives were nominated for the Nordic Council prizes for literature,

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Interview with Sakaris Stórá: Faroese film selected for Berlin International Film Festival

By Stephan Lücke Maria hesitates when her best friend Birita offers her some pills, but – what the hell? Her mother’s away and they are both desperate to have some

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Young director wins Faroese film award

Dávur Djurhuus is the winner of the Faroese film award Geytin 2013. The prize was given to the young film director during an award ceremony held last week at the

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Directors Cut with Thora Hilmarsdottir

In last Friday Fever I chose a song ‘Goda Nott’ by Samaris which is a beautiful and enchanting song. The music video for the song is no exception, I got

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Friday Fever: Bloodgroup

New music video from Bloodgroup just launched this week Nothing is Written in the Stars of their latest full length album Tracing Echoes. The slow song is haunting, sad, enchanting

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Interview: Heiðrik á Heygum

Read our interview in the latest Nordic Style Magazine with one of the Faroe Islands greatest talent, Heiðrik á Heygum. The multifaceted artist, who is both a musician and film

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Spiritual Landscapes

Spiritual Landscapes by María Kjartansdóttir is her exhibition where she collaborates with Icelandic musician Biggi Hilmars and multi-media artist Harpa Einasdottir (Ziska), exhibited at DegreeArt, London from 12th of May – 16th

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In mood for: Where the wild things are

Many have seen the movie “Where the wild things are” and YES we liked it. Everyone of us dreams and lives in their own fantasy world and like to dream

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