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Friday November 26th 2010
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Rise in Malmo

Published: Friday November 26th 2010 (3 years ago)
Updated: Sunday March 25th 2012, 11:17AMMore about: Video |
by Martin Joergensen

The festival was a bit marred by the bad weather, but a great experience anyway.

The Rise Fly Film Festival is a great event arranged by Nick Reygeart, the guy behind the videos The Search, Tahiti and The Source series, now in its third location having covered Tasmania, Iceland and New Zealand.

I went to Malmo, Sweden last night. A few other Danes did the same and a bunch of Swedes had also found the cinema Spegln in Malmo center. The previews and features were great and have all been covered here before: Jazz and Fly Fishing, Heads or Tails, Off the Grid and of course Nick's own films. A great show altogether.



One of the Danish guests - Mark Wengler - made a quick and dirty road movie from the venue, which very well expresses the trip there and the exciting program.


Nice arrangement altogether. Hope to see it in Copenhagen with all seats filled next year!
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User comments
From: Jay · jay.klaar·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted December 5th 2010

The Rotterdam show was a great success, in spite of the harsh winter conditions (snow, slippery roads).


From: Cornelis · Corneel77·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted November 30th 2010

next year 2 cities in the Netherlands Jay ? see u dec. 2nd.

Cornelis


From: Jay · jay.klaar·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted November 28th 2010

Too bad the show wasn't sold out. Our show in Rotterdam is sold out!
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