Scandinavia House is pleased to co-present the opening night film, Autumn Fall/Høst, of the second annual Nordic International Film Festival. The festival, which screens new Nordic short and feature films, takes place at Scandinavia House October 28-30, 2016. All NIFF programs are free and open to the public—view the complete festival line up at

The director, Jan Vardøen, and three of the leading actors, Ingeborg Raustøl, Helge Jordal, and Hege Schøyen will be in attendance.

NYC Premiere—Autumn Fall is a dramatic comedy set in beautiful Oslo. Ingvild works as a lighting technician at the National Theatre, but dreams of writing for the stage. She can’t stand actors, however, she still manages to entangle herself with two thespians—Jeppe is a well-known hell raiser, getting on in years, and Hans is a promising young talent, albeit rather mild mannered. Ingvild embarks on an exciting, scandalous, and ultimately very dangerous journey that changes her life forever. Directed by Jan Vardøen (Norway, 2015).

Autumn Fall is a film about live, art and, perhaps first and foremost—the art of living”—Aksel Kielland, Dagbladet

“A lovely little film about big things. It is a relaxing and moving depiction of an unusual relationship, with Oslo as the almost unexpected beautiful backdrop.”—Birger Vestmo, NRK



Image courtesy of the Nordic International Film Festival

FRI—10-28-2016—7:30 PM
98 min. | In Norwegian with English subtitles