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Virtual Nordic Lights Film Festival

The Nordic Lights Film Festival is devoted to celebrating Nordic cinema

Festival passes are now on sale: $65 for Museum members/$75 for general admission. BUY PASS

Tickets for individual showings may now be purchased: $8 for Museum members/$12 for general admission. BUY NOW

Films will be viewed via the Elevent platform.*

To view the festival trailer, click here!

As always, our festival includes a great selection of Nordic shorts. We are thrilled to once again partner with the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY). NFFTY is proud to partner with NLFF to present some of the most exciting emerging filmmakers from Scandinavia. This year, we’re co-presenting new works by festival alumni.

Festival passes include access to all feature-length films and shorts. All NFFTY shorts can be viewed by purchasing a single NFFTY shorts ticket. All feature-length films can be viewed by purchasing individual tickets.

*All films are available to watch during the run of the festival. You may choose your own viewing schedule but once you start a film, you will have 72 hours to finish it. Read Elevent’s technical FAQs here.

  • Date/Time
    February 25, 2022 Choose your own viewing schedule but once you start a film, you will have 72 hours to finish it
  • Cost
    FESTIVAL PASS: $65 for Museum members/$75 for general admission; INDIVIDUALS: $8 for Museum members/$12 for general admission
  • Host Organization
    National Nordic Museum
  • Contact
    http://nordicmuseum.org/
    (206) 789-5707
    nordic@nordicmuseum.org

National Nordic Museum

2655 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA, 98107
(206) 789-5707

The Nordic Museum is an internationally recognized museum and cultural center where people of all backgrounds are welcomed to be inspired by the values, traditions, art, and spirit of the Nordic peoples.

Dedicated to collecting, preserving, and educating since its founding in 1980, the Nordic Museum is the largest museum in the United States to honor the legacy of immigrants from the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.