Finnish films make the cut at Leuven International Short Film Festival

nov 25, 2022 | Events

2-10.12.2022

The 28th edition of the Leuven International Short Film Festival (LISFF) Kortfilmfestival Leuven starts in December and 3 Finnish films have made the cut!

Every year, the festival screens over 200 short films from around the world, which are presented in over 25 different programs.

This year the festival will show three Finnish films as part of the European Competition. Kierre (Spiral) by Eva-Maria Koskinen & Salla Sorri, 7 P.M. on a Sunday by Sevgi Eker and BLUSH – An Extraordinary Voyage by Iiti Yli-Harja.

The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux supports the participation of Director, Eva-Maria Koskinen, to the festival!

 

Screening dates & times:

“Kierre (Spiral)” by Eva-Maria Koskinen & Salla Sorri:

– 08.12.2022 at 21:45 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

– 09.12.2022 at 13:15 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

 

“7 P.M. on a Sunday” by Sevgi Eker:

– 04.12.2022 at 19:00 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

– 08.12.2022 at 19:30 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

 

“BLUSH – An Extraordinary Voyage” by Iiti Yli-Harja:

– 08.12.2022 at 14:15 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

– 09.12.2022 at 22:00 in Cinema ZED Vesalius

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