Next week, Night Visions Maximum Halloween 3018 brings the best of this year’s genre films to Helsinki. This year you can also book yourself a free trip to Berlinale by watching Night Visions films.
The winner of #europeanfilmchallenge wins a trip to Berlin Film Festival in February 2019. The trip includes accommodation and the Berlinale pass.
You can participate by registering here, watching ten European films between October 14th and December 10th, telling about watching them in social media using #europeanfilmchallenge hashtag and listing the films you’ve watched to the competition website. As they say in America, winning has never been so easy!
The Night Visions Maximum Halloween 3018 films that award #europeanfilmchallenge points are:
– Climax (2018, dir. Gaspar Noé)
– Cutterhead (2018, dir. Rasmus Kloster Bro)
– An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn (2018, dir. Jim Hosking)
– Finale (2018, dir. Søren Juul Petersen)
– Keep an Eye Out (2018, dir. Quentin Dupieux)
– Knife + Heart (2018, dir. Yann Gonzalez)
– Lords of Chaos (2018, dir. Jonas Åkerlund)
– Love Express: The Disappearance of Walerian Borowczyk (2018, dir. Kuba Mikurda)
– Neitoperho (1997, dir. Auli Mantila)
– Opera (1987, dir. Dario Argento)
– Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (2018, dir. Sonny Laguna & Tommy Wiklund)
– Rabbia Furiosa (2018, dir. Sergio Stivaletti)
– Replicas (2018, dir. Jeffrey Nachmanoff)
– Suspiria (2018, dir. Luca Guadagnino)
– Troll 2 (1990, dir. Drake Floyd)
– The Unthinkable (2018, dir. Crazy Pictures)
– Vultures (2018, dir. Börkur Sigthursson)
– The Wax Mask (1997, dir. Sergio Stivaletti)
– Witchfinder General (1968, dir. Michael Reeves)
The Night Visions program and schedule are now online. Tickets can be bought via Finnkino or from Finnkino cinemas.