Big Ideas Panel Discussion - Nordic Noir

The ANU Centre for European Studies together with the 2017 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival presents this Nordic Noir Panel Discussion, chaired by ABC's Kate Evans. The discussion will take place after the screening of Danish film 'A Conspiracy of Faith' at the Palace Verona, Sydney. This is set to be a fantastic Q&A on Scandinavian crime fiction with an exceptional line up of panellists, including the Scandinavian Film Festival Guest and director of 'The Man', Charlotte Sieling. Also on the panel will be Hanna Lofgren and Susan Turnbull.

The Nordic Noir panel discussion will be broadcast on ABC Radio National's Big Ideas program, as part of the Big Ideas from Europe partnership between ABC Radio National and the ANU Centre for European Studies. The partnership explores social, cultural, scientific and political issues from contemporary Europe.

Download the event flyer (PDF 354.27KB)

For more information on the Scandinavian Film Festival and to purchase tickets, visit the festival website.

For more information on the Big Ideas from Europe partnership, visit the ANU Centre for European Studies Big Ideas webpage.

Date & time

6.30–9.40pm 12 July 2017

Location

Palace Verona 17 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021

Speakers

Chair: Kate Evans - Books and Arts Daily and Books Plus, ABC Radio National
Hanna Lofgren - Freelance Translator of Swedish and Spanish
Charlotte Sieling - Director of 'The Man' and other films and television shows
Susan Turnbull - Professor, University of Wollongong and crime fiction reviewer

Contacts

ANU Centre for European Studies
02 6125 9896

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