Film available to watch February 26, 1PM - February 28, 1PM PT via Eventive
On Christmas Eve, Anja gets an incurable diagnosis. During the Christmas week, Anja and her family are thrown into a crash course in mutual trust and common struggle to tackle an unexpected diagnosis.
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Director, Maria Sødahl & Actress, Andrea Bræin Hovig
A graduate from Denmark’s National Film School, Maria Sødahl has amassed critical acclaim for her work on numerous television dramas, documentaries, and short films. Sødahl first gained attention for her short film, Sara, included in the 1995 short film series, Love & Hate- European Stories. Her work secured her the Jury’s Special Award at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival that same year.
Sødahl made her feature debut with the self-written Limbo in 2010, first premiering as the opening film of the 2010 Norwegian International Film Festival- Haugesund. The film garnered five Amanda Awards out of a total ten nominations and earned Sødahl the title of ‘Best Director’ at the 2010 Montreal World Film Festival.
ANDREA BRÆIN HOVIG
Since graduating from the Norwegian National Academy of Theater in 1998, Andrea Bræin Hovig has established herself as a thoughtful, dynamic actress in both film and television. Her performance in Hope has received critical acclaim, earning her the titles of ‘Best Female Lead’ and ‘Best Actress’ at the 2020 Kanoprisen and Amanda Awards, respectively.