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  • Angel of the North Image
  • Angel of the North

  • Original Title:
  • Pohjolan enkeli
  • Screening Time:
  • Year:
  • 2017

  • A film about Finland and Finnishness through one of the most beloved paintings of Finland, The Wounded Angel by Hugo Simberg. In the film numerous Finns tell about their thoughts about the painting. What are its “story” and origins. What does it tell about us, our history and also about our relationship with nature, faith and mercy?

  • Director:
  • Jean Michel Roux
  • Genre:
  • Documentary
  • Duration:
  •  TBC
  • Status:
  • Completed
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Making Movies Ltd
    Kaarle Aho
    kaarle.aho@mamo.fi
    +358 40 725 3936
  • Sales Company:
  • TBA
  • About the Director:
    Jean Michel Roux’s debut feature in 1997 was The Thousand Wonders of the Universe which was awarded the Best European Film at the festival of Rome and the grand prize at the festival of Malmö. In the early 90’s he discovered that many Icelanders believed in the existence of Elves and he directed a documentary Investigation into the Invisible World (2002).
  • « Back to Catalogue
  • Angel of the North Image
  • Angel of the North

  • Pohjolan enkeli
  • Year:
  • 2017

  • Director:
  • Jean Michel Roux
  • Genre:
  • Documentary
  • Duration:
  •  TBC
  • Status:
  • Completed
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Making Movies Ltd
    Kaarle Aho
    kaarle.aho@mamo.fi
    +358 40 725 3936
  • Sales Company:
  • TBA
  • A film about Finland and Finnishness through one of the most beloved paintings of Finland, The Wounded Angel by Hugo Simberg. In the film numerous Finns tell about their thoughts about the painting. What are its “story” and origins. What does it tell about us, our history and also about our relationship with nature, faith and mercy?

  • About the Director:
    Jean Michel Roux’s debut feature in 1997 was The Thousand Wonders of the Universe which was awarded the Best European Film at the festival of Rome and the grand prize at the festival of Malmö. In the early 90’s he discovered that many Icelanders believed in the existence of Elves and he directed a documentary Investigation into the Invisible World (2002).