From action to family films to documentaries, the first edition of the "Nordic-Baltic Youth Film Festival" offers a collection of movies with something for everyone's taste.
The six-day festival, being organised at the India Habitat Centre here, will screen movies from Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Lithuania, Sweden, Latvia, Norway and Finland.
The embassies of these Nordic and Baltic countries are tied together geographically and historically through trade, culture and many common yet diverse value systems.
"Through this film festival, the Nordic and Baltic Embassies carry the bond further, reaching out to the culturally rich Delhi audience," the organisers said in a statement.
"This platform offers a great opportunity for Nordic and Baltic countries to reflect on the similarities and appreciate their differences."
"It will also prove to be a platform to enhance people-to-people relations and share the thrill, excitement and experience of watching films together," the statement added.
The festival offers a diverse mix of some of the most celebrated and Oscar nominated movies from the Nordic-Baltic region. The films are a collection of dreams, passion, fear, fun and joy.
The festival will conclude on November 18.
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