A sneak peek of the coming autumn’s movie premieres at Flow
The program includes anticipated novelties, such as Stupid Young Heart directed by Selma Vilhunen, as well as beloved classics.
The Finnkino Pop-up Cinema is open for festival guests at Tiivistämö the whole weekend. The program includes Stupid Young Heart, a new film by Academy Award nominees Selma Vilhunen and Kirsikka Saari. The film, premiering in October, is a harrowing and unconventional story about love, hardship and hope. The director of the film Selma Vilhunen and the leading actress Rosa Honkonen will open the viewing on Friday the 10th. The film will also be screened on Saturday the 11th.
Other premieres presented at Flow are The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a thought-provoking drama, which won the Grand Jury Prize this year at the Sundance Film Festival; the intimate and exciting The Place by Paolo Genovese, as well as the endearing comedy The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir.
On top of the novelties, Finnkino Pop-up Cinema will also present the 1978 musical classic Grease, starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. On Sunday, the whole family is welcomed to enjoy the Studio Ghibli favourites My Neighbor Totoro and Arrietty. In addition, short films by Aalto University students are exhibited.
Read more about Flow’s film program from here.