Screening of the film Sóley by Róska and Manrico Pavalettoni
The film Sóley by the artist Róska and Manrico Pavalettoni will screened in Reykjavik Art Museum - Hafnarhús on Thursday, 8. December at 20h00.
The story of Sóley is about freedom and oppression. Set in Iceland in the eighteenth-century it recounts the story of a young farmer who goes out to the highlands in search of his lost horses. On his search he meets and falls in love with elf maiden Sóley, a representation of freedom and equality.
The screening follows the successful autumn conference, Artist‘s moving image: Intersection of film and art, at the Reykjavík Art Museum, but also as a warm up to the European Film Awards which will take place in Reykjavík on 10 December 2022. The film Sóley was screened last spring at Bíó Paradís after the filmmakers and spouses Þorbjörg Jónsdóttir and Lee Lorenzo Lynch worked hard over the last few years to restore the only copy known in the world into screening condition. Now is a unique opportunity to see Sóley.
Screened with English subtitles.
Free entrance with a museum ticket and for holders of Annual Pass/Culture Pass.