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"Svedska@ME" – a Swedish Promotion event in Podgorica 1. - 4. of April

MontenegroPosted by Chambers of Commerce Sweden - Southeast Europe Mon, March 24, 2014 21:05:09

"Svedska@ME" – is the first Swedish promotion event in Montenegro. It will include several activities, mainly focused on a Swedish film week which is organized by the Embassy of Sweden in cooperation with the Montenegrin National Theatre in Podgorica. The event will also include a presentation of Swedish companies as well as workshops and seminars with university students in Podgorica.

Svedska@ME will start the 1. of April with the screening of the film "Eat, sleep, die" in which the leading role is played by Nermina Lukac, an Montenegrin actress who lives and works in Sweden. Nermina Lukac, awarded the 'Shooting Stars' as one of the ten best young European actors at the 63 Berlin Film Festival, will be present at the premiere screening of the film in Montenegro, together with the producer of the film China Åhlander.

Audiences in Podgorica will be able to view the most recent of Swedish cinema through seven feature films and documentaries of various genres: "Eat, sleep, die", "Avalon", " The last sentence", " The Hidden Child", "The Pirate Bay away from keyboard", " Big Boys Gone Banans" and the film "Palme". As the spokesperson of the art of creating documentaries, Fredrik Gertten, the director of the renowned documentary "Bananas" will be a guest at a seminar at the Centre for Civil Education, speaking about how films should and need to be the mirrors of the society.

On the occasion of the Swedish Film Week in Podgorica H.E. Mr. Christer Asp, has stated: "As the ambassador of Sweden to Montenegro, it is my pleasure to present "Svedska@ME" to you. It is the first Swedish promotion event in Montenegro. "Svedska@ME" is aimed at strengthening the relations within trade, culture and education between our two countries."
The week of Swedish film "Svedska@ME" is organized by the Embassy of Sweden and the Montenegrin National Theatre in collaboration with the Center for Civic Education and the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje.

For more information about the event and the films please visit:

Trailers of the films - Embassy Youtube channel

Facebook event:Svedska@ME

Facebook page: Embassy of Sweden

Facebook page: National Theatre of Montenegro









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