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WE ARE GOING VIRTUAL

The 22nd SCANDINAVIAN FILM FESTIVAL L.A. (SFFLA) with BALTIC FILM EXPO @ SFFLA

January 7th - 10th   2021
January 14th - 17th 2021  

Dear Friends,
In the strangest year ever— the Covid-19 pandemic has given us all challenges and obstacles that at times seem insurmountable. How could we possibly do a film festival with the theaters dark and under advisories to “Stay at home!?” But we decided that “The show must go on!” and teamed up with SCANDINAVIA HOUSE in New York and WE’RE GOING VIRTUAL.

We won’t see you in the theater— and we’ll miss you— but we won’t disappoint you! On January 7-10 and January 14-17 SFFLA and Scandinavia House New York will bring you "TOP FILMS FROM THE TOP OF EUROPE." from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia Features (mostly Oscar contenders) and shorts that you can enjoy in your shorts or dressed to kill in the comfort of your own home.

We encourage you to support the festival with a Festival Pass or with single tickets— for information about the films and to PURCHASE TICKETS FOR INDIVIDUAL FILMS go to our CURRENT SCHEDULE PAGE HERE

TO PURCHASE A FESTIVAL PASS GO HERE! 

Thank you for being a loyal audience and welcome to first timers!

Jim Koenig
SFFLA
Founder/Director
and the SFFLA team

Be a safe Santa— give a Festival Pass as a stocking stuffer.

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE IT ALL POSSIBLE!! IT’S CRUNCH TIME Exercise your prerogative to help our VIRTUAL efforts! EXERCISE YOUR GENEROSITY!!! Please consider becoming a donor!

DONATE ONLINE NOW: CLICK HERE. 

TO DONATE BY MAIL CLICK HERE. 

Contact us at: olympicrange@msn.com All donations are tax deductible.  

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Parent organization of SFFLA is the America Scandinavian Foundation of Los Angeles a California 501 3 c non-profit organization. The festival appreciates the support of all of our individual and corporate donors as well as cooperation from national film boards, and Nordic Consulates and Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Baltic Consulates and Embassies of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.