Competition program: Short / Nature and Minority people

Documentary Film   51 min –  Norway Production 2012

Age: +6

BIEKKA-FABMU-528x300 BIEKKA FÁBMU is a film about the 20th anniversary of the Riddu Riđđu indigenous festival. Through interviews with the Norwegian Minister of Culture and former festival directors, it explores the festival’s importance as well as its values: tolerance, cultural diversity and generosity. During the making of the film, tragedy strikes, as a bomb goes off in Oslo and a massacre takes place at Utøya – an act committed against everything that Riddu Riđđu

stands for. Will the festival be even more important after the massacre?

Film Director: Stein Bjørn
Produsent: Knut Skoglund


Riddu Riddu, 2012

Tromsø Internasjonale Film festival , 2013

trailer of film

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