Sunday 21 November, 6.00pm, Tyneside Cinema
Salla Tykkä is a young female artist who has been creating film since the late 1990s. Her latest work is intriguing and beautiful, concerned with family and rites of passage, and with nature and the glorious and particular landscape of Finland. Her images are accompanied with powerful soundtracks from major feature films, taken out of their original context and used to stunning effect to generate entirely new ideas and stories.
Dir. Salla Tykkä, Finland, 20 mins approx.
Salla Tykkä will be present to talk about her work with curator Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt.
Food and drink is provided for the event courtesy of The Finnish Institute.
Tickets: £3.00 / £2.00 including screening, talk, wine & buffet.
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