11.10.2017 Del Tweet FINAL DAY: guide for the day Today is The United Nation’s International Day of the Girl Child and we have gathered them – the fierce girls – in a string of films from todays program. So, welcome to the last day of the festival. We still have several news and highlight up our sleeve, ready for you. GIRLPOWER: Moonie, Katie, Shula, Barbara, Josefine og Enn We celebrate The United Nation’s International Day of the Girl Child with a long line of powerful, fierce and wonderful girls. From the 6-year old Moonie who holds the lead in our closing film ‘The Florida Project’, to the 9-year old Shula who gets stamped as a witch in the moving film ‘I Am Not a Witch’, to the teenager Barbara who fights both real and imaginative giants in Anders Walter’s ‘I Kill Giants’. The programme also entails the shooting stars Frederikke Dahl Hansen from the PIX-hit ’Denmark’, Elle Fanning in ’How to Talk to Girls at Parties’ and Olivia Cook who delivers a pure ‘Breaking the Waves’-performance in ‘Katie Says Goodbye’. So do we, but not until all of these wonderful films have been screened one last time. Explore the full programme of today HERE. HORROR: Killing Ground Some people just never learn… Ian and Samantha are on a romantic get-away in Australia’s outback, however the weekend quickly transforms into a bloody cat-catches-mouse game. Watch Damian Powers horrifying and dreading debut feature at 21.30 in Palads. The film is introduced by Nadia Parbo from ‘Blodig Weekend’. Watch ‘Killing Ground’ at 21.30 in Palads. Read more HERE. DANISH: Denmark Kasper Rune Larsen’s charming province portrait keeps on exciting the Danish critics. The Magazine Ekko for instance sprinkled five stars upon ‘Denmark’ and described the film as ‘[…] extremely authentic’. Chill out to a slacker-movie about love and cold beers in Cinemateket at 16.45. Read more HERE. DANISH: Weak days It is not easy going on a football trip when you are in a wheelchair. Even less when your traveling partner is a big-mouthed nerd and your helper is busy hooking up with girls. Director Mads Rosenkrantz Grage swings by the screening of his football-crazed roadmovie for a Q&A after the film. The film screens in Gloria at 19.00. Read more HERE.