Film fest for families!
Celebrating 50 years, Folkets Bio invites you to a birthday party in the movie theatres, showing beloved classics. There will be crafts and Swedish fika in the foyer and you’ll be able to try animation – a whole day dedicated to film! All activities in Panoras’ foyer is free of charge.
Sunday 12/3 10:00-16:00 Panora, Foajén
Café with Backarnas FF
Backarnas FF is the area of Kirseberg’s little football club where playing football should be nothing but fun. Backarnas FF was named Sports Club of the Year at the Malmö Föreningsgala 2021. Hurrah!
The club puts on football schools and has a girls’ team, a women’s team and a seniors’ team.
The girl’s team who will be managing the café is a happy bunch of football players born 2010-2011. They have great team spirit and a love of football. The café is open Saturday and Sunday.
Bergmans kinematograf – try the basics of animation!
Erling Ericsson, a living legend within stop-motion-pedagogy, offers you to a course in basic animation at Panora inspired by the world of Pingu. You can either take part or let the others do the animation in Erling’s big box Bergmans kinematograf. Malmö Kulturskola is also offering animation in a smaller scale.
Folkets Bio’s birthday party
Folkets bio, the film lovers who started acquiring films and built their own cinemas to be able to screen the films they wanted to screen, is turning 50! To celebrate, we’re watching favourites together from over the years. Some of the films are on 35mm! There’ll be a birthday cavalcade like no other with stars such as Gummi-Tarzan, Torkel i Knipa and Pingu.
Cake! Crafts? And an igloo?!
Yes, a birthday without cake is no birthday. Maybe we’ll build an igloo at Panora. You’ll find out if you join us.
Preschool Children’s Film Festival
On Sunday 12th March, we’re screening films made by preschool children in the foyer of the Panora. All the films are made by pre-school children from a number of preschools in Malmö. Come and be surprised, inspired, delighted and maybe even enraptured. The films are screened nonstop
Pingu busar igen
10:30 / PANORA 1. Pingu is not like other penguins. Join him in the Antarctic where mischief and adventure are guaranteed. These packages of animated films about the plasticine penguin were truly loved during the film matinées of 1990s Sweden. And now we have a chance to see them on the big screen again.
12:15 / PANORA 2. The Vem? films are small films about big emotions. Lilla Nalle and her friends play, quarrel, compete and cuddle. The stories are about being lost, being best, getting a nail in your beak or being ugly just because you are yellow. These are warming stories with happy endings for the youngest members of our audience. These are Stina Wirsén’s books as films.
11:30 / PANORA 1. Ivan is eight and has a tough time. At school, he’s a daydreamer while letters on a page feel dangerous and hard, and there are too many of them. The bigger boys are always after him during break. Ivan’s dad thinks that Ivan can’t do anything properly and so gives him the name Rubber Tarzan. However, when he meets the crane operator, Ole, Ivan realises that everyone is good at something – you just need to work out what it is.
13:15 / PANORA 2. Doktor Blom assumes responsibility for Lisa’s care because he thinks that her mum, Mona, who runs a launderette, isn’t fit to be a good mother. Against Lisa’s will, she is placed with the chic Madam Büchner. Lisa misses her mother so much and gets some unexpected help from two tramps called Sture and Bill.
Bara molnen flyttar stjärnorna
13:30 / PANORA 1. Eleven-year-old Maria has been sent to her grandparents’ house for a fun summer holiday. However, nothing is fun when your little brother has just died, and your mother lies in bed all day without talking to anyone. So Maria, too, sits in silence by herself, under the stairs and doesn’t talk with anyone. One day, Jakob turns up and everything changes.
Torkel i knipa
15:30 / PANORA 1. Torkel is an ordinary twelve-year-old. He tries to be nice and doesn’t want to quarrel. His friend, Jason, on the other hand, walks around constantly on guard, with an iron pipe in his pocket because you never know what might happen. As Torkel will also find out. This is a crazy comedy about secret love, a psychotic murderer, iron pipes, and a friendship pushed to its limit. Winner of the Children and Youth Film Prize, BUFF 2005.