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The first feature length film by Olli Ilpo Salonen has its international premiere in Haugesund

The film is the graduation work by Salonen.
Olli Ilpo Salonen. Photo: Petri Aho.

The first feature length film by Olli Ilpo Salonen, Wendy and the Refugee Neverland (2017, ELO), will have it's international premiere at the Norwegian International Film Festival Haugesund.

The film will be screened in the Fokus Norden -programme on 22.-25.8.2017.

Director Olli Ilpo Salonen is about to graduate from Aalto University Department of Film, Television and scenography and the film Wendy and the Refugee Neverland is his MA -graduation film.

More information:

Saara Toivanen, ELO Film School Finland, Festival coordinator, tel. 050 331 7754, email: [email protected]

The Norwegian International Film Festival Haugesund, 19.-25.8.2017, www.filmfestivalen.no

 

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