Do you fancy watching a movie or two? Or have you ever wondered what Sweden is like? If so, you’re in for a treat!
The Swedish Institute in Paris is Sweden’s only cultural center abroad and an active meeting place for Swedish-French people. They arrange many different kinds of events such as concerts, art exhibitions and Swedish language courses. They also run the popular “Café Suédois” where you can enjoy a Swedish ”fika” (coffee, buns and cakes) and other Swedish specialities.
The Swedish Institute is inviting both visitors and residents of Paris to their garden the 20th and the 21st of September 2013 in order to enjoy their very own outdoor movie theater, free of charge. This is a great opportunity for guests staying at the Hôtel de la Tour Maubourg to explore, not only Swedish film making, but also the beautiful capital of Sweden – Stockholm. Located in the Marais neighborhood, a visit to the Swedish Institute offers a chance to discover this chic and trendy area of Paris.
Spectators will get to discover different aspects of the Swedish capital as they watch the classic Bo Widerberg movie “Mannen på taket” (The Man on the Roof) from 1976 as well as the new production “Nobels Testamente” (Nobel’s Last Will) by Peter Flinth, from 2012.
Starting at 9 p.m. on September 20th, spectators can watch Peter Flinth’s “Nobel’s Testamente” (2012), a dramatic thriller that follows a journalist through a web of crime, danger and intrigue. Then, on September 21 at 9 p.m., the Swedish Institute will screen the classic Bo Widerberg movie “Mannen på taket” (1976). This action film explores a the past of police lieutenant with a questionable track record.
Stockholm au Cinéma
Swedish Institute Paris
10 rue Elzévir, 75003