May 29, 2016
Kunstnernes Hus Cinema, Oslo


Conversation with Anne Katrine Bindesbøll and Katrin Ebersohn

FRANK is building a new network for Scandinavian creators of moving images. With this project, FRANK aims to facilitate exchanges and generate new collaborations between practitioners who challenge normative narratives and production structures. A wide range of artists, filmmakers and producers will be presented at Kunstnernes Hus through a series of screenings, talks and workshops.

The network is launched with the screening of a new short film by Anne Kathrine Bindesbøll. Boy is a coming-of-age story about Julian, a teenager struggling to regain his sense of self in the aftermath of a sexual relationship with his stepmother. Over the course of a family holiday the relationship ends, and Julian finds himself in a lonely and isolated place.

Anne Kathrine Bindesbøll is a Norwegian-Danish filmmaker based in Berlin. She holds an MFA in Film and Video from CalArts and a BA in Film and Media Sciences from the University of Copenhagen. Boy, her first fictional film, was completed in 2016. This is the first public screening of Boy.

Both Anne Kathrine Bindesbøll and editor Katrin Ebersohn will be present for a Q&A after the screening.