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Øya 2014 Reveals Lineup for Øyakino Film Festival

posted by Dan Murphy on July 10, 2014

Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue in 20,000 Days on Earth

Oslo, Norway -- Øya Festival has released the lineup for Øyakino, the film portion of its 2014 edition taking place August 1-3 in theaters around Oslo. The program mainly consists of music-related films in addition to several Norwegian flicks. 

As far as rock-docs go, festivalgoers can see the new Nick Cave documentary 20,000 Days on Earth; the 2013 release about life on the road with The NationalMistaken for Strangers, directed by lead-singer Matt Berninger's brother, Tom; Super Duper Alice Cooper, the life-story of the notorious and influential shock-rocker; or The Punk Singer, the tale of feminist icon and lead-singer of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, Kathleen Hanna. The festival will also feature multiple screenings of the new Jimi Hendrix biopic Jimi: All Is by My Side starring Andre 3000. Scroll down for the full lineup.

You can purchase tickets for individual Øyakino screenings now; no screenings are included in your regular Øya pass. The music portion of Øya Festival will take place August 5-9, and single-day tickets are currently available for Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Weekly and Friday passes are currently sold-out. For some festival insights and recommendations for the best places to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore around Oslo, check out our Øya Festival Guide

Øyakino Lineup:
20,000 Days on Earth; dir. Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard
Hunt for Berlusconi; dir. Ole Endresen
Jimi: All Is by My Side; dir. John Ridley
Let's Be Cops; dir. Luke Greenfield
Mateo; dir. Aaron I. Naar
Against Nature; dir. Ole Giaever
Super Duper Alice Cooper; dir. Sam Dunn, Reginald Harkema, Scot McFadyen
Mistaken for Strangers; dir. Tom Berninger
The Punk Singer; dir. Sini Anderson
Tusen Bitar; dir. Magnus Gertten, Stefan Berg
The Knick; dir. Steven Soderberg
Øyakino Presents: New Norwegian Voices (various short films)

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