Films Screening in Finland
Our films The Headless Nun and Terra 2084 have been selected for the Kalajoki Film Fest and will be screened from January 29th to January 31st in Kalajoki, Finland
About The Event
Kalajoki Film Fest sets in the coastal town Kalajoki, Finland. The Festival was born in 2019, being the first edition only dedicated to Portuguese movies (short and featured). We aim to continue throughout the years being prepared to vary nationalities. If you are not Portuguese pay attention to the next edition!
Kalajoki means Fish-River; the reason of the logo of the Festival is not random, is not for being related with movies about Fish, but because of the relation with town's name.
What makes the difference about this movie theater is not how it is, but where it's located! The main auditorium, Virta-Sali, is located in the building Kauppakeskus Merta, which has also a Library! Yes, you get it, you need to cross the library to see the movies!
The closing ceremony of the Festival will be outside in prepared place for screenings and presentations around hotels and restaurant area.
The City of Kalajoki
Kalajoki means Fish-River. It is an attractive tourist town in the Northern Coast of Finland.
It's located 130km from Oulu, 70km from Kokkola, 40km from Ylivieska, 550km from Helsinki.
According where you came from, there are different options to get to Kalajoki such as by bus: Onnibus and Matkahuolto; taxi or Train to nearby towns and then by bus. For more detailed info click here to see how to get to Kalajoki.
Merijärvi was founded in 1866. The town has 1,180 inhabitants. Its surface area is 238 km2, of which water bodies account for 9 km2. Merijärvi offers a peaceful and reasonably priced range of residential options in a beautiful country setting close to nature. Its municipal services are well maintained and are easily available for everyone, with no need to queue. Merijärvi is in a central location, close to nearby town centres and their wide range of shopping options.