Film : Norway, Land of trolls

18 March 2017

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Doors : 4 pm
Film : 4.30 pm

A film by Mélissa Vincelli et David Guillemette (Wats Films) presented as part of the FIKA(S) Festival and in collaboration with Norway Embassy.

Take a voyage of discovery to Norway, a true earthly paradise where Mother Nature rules supreme and the people live in harmony with her. This documentary will show you indescribably beautiful landscapes, majestic fjords, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, unforgettable encounters, extraordinary experiences, the highest mountains in Scandinavia, glaciers with stunning views, cities that are an appealing mix of historical and contemporary, spectacular roads and Viking ruins—not to mention tips for travelling on a budget, the midnight sun and a few trolls!

An informal talk will follow the projection with the directors.

Directors’ Bio :
Mélissa and David firmly believe that we are blessed to live in a time when it’s possible to experience all the best the world has to offer in terms of scenery, history and culture. Inspired by a love of making new discoveries, they are both seasoned backpackers who have journeyed around many different countries. Besides their shared passion for travel, they have similar backgrounds and interests, which eventually led to their paths crossing. Having both studied film at university, they have directed a number of short features which have appeared at various festivals. They also have experience in the fields of communications, advertising, education, event planning, photography, video, multimedia and audiovisual production. Today, they run their own company that provides corporate and event photography (Mélissa) and video (David). Sweathearts, friends, roommates, colleagues, partners, co-directors and travel companions, they also launched an initiative to raise money for the Cancer Research Society by climbing a mountain in Norway together. They’re delighted to be able to share their travel stories with you!

Phi Center – Espace B 

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