Naturally, there is a special emphasis and presence of Jan Troell, one of our time’s greatest filmmakers, who lives and creates on the southern coast.
Through the unique perspective of film, there is an opportunity to gain deeper insights into the city’s history, culture, and art.
But that’s not all – Trelleborg Museum also offers a range of activities for film lovers, including educational programs, Fimliklubi and film nights with discussions and analysis that allow for a deeper exploration of the medium of film. The film program is a true gem for anyone who loves film and wants to explore the city’s cultural heritage and be inspired by the magical world of cinema.
Bian now returns to showcasing a wide selection of old films about Trelleborg. The films are changed every month. Film screenings are included in the museum’s admission. No booking is required.
The tickets are free and you can sign up at the Library (Note: limited number of seats).
Thursday March 30
Swan song from 2021 by Benjamin Cleary
Thursday April 27
Tala med henne from 2002 by Pedro Almodovar
Thursday May 25
Triangle of Sadness from 2022 by Ruben Östlund
Trelleborg Museum loves film! When collaborating with young individuals in various contexts, we often find that they gravitate towards film as a form of expression. To meet this interest, we engage in method development projects, film workshops, and provide regular guidance for young film enthusiasts.
A major source of inspiration is the filmmaker Jan Troell and his artistic perspective in his filmmaking. Building on Trelleborg Museum’s previous exhibition on Jan Troell from 2020 to 2022, hundreds of 9th-grade students have had the opportunity to create their own films using Troell-inspired elements. Even after the exhibition moved to Regionsmuseet, we continue to inspire the same target group through various filmmaking workshops.
For those who want to delve deeper into filmmaking and dedicate their free time to it, there are other opportunities available. Through weekend film workshops, we aim to showcase the breadth of film production and have explored themes such as artistic horror films, animation, and film theory.
For those seeking assistance and support in creating their own short films, we have knowledgeable mentors available every Thursday throughout the spring of 2023. They can provide guidance, feedback, and technical expertise to aspiring filmmakers.
If you are interested in participating in the film workshops, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com or visit bangfilmfestival.com.
Filmiklubi is a film club for everyone that has an interest in good, finnish film. It is also a meeting place for people who want to speak Finnish over a cup of coffee before the film starts. You are always welcome, indifferent if you speak Finnish or if you are just interested in Finnish culture. All films have Swedish subtitles.
On the first måndag of the month at 18.00, with breaks during summer and Christmans, there is a film club. To see the films being shown and for exact dates and times, you can find more information on Trelleborg municipality’s website.