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Festival offers the best of Scandinavian drama, comedy and thrillers

Organisers of the second annual Scandinavian Film Festival in Byron Bay opening on Friday expect a repeat of last year's debut success which saw big crowds of cinema lovers.

Stylish films sizzle at inaugural Scandinavian Film Fest

The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival is set to heat up the Australian winter this July with the coolest films from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland...

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