Pori Film Festival will be held for the 6th time between 25.11—29.11.2020.
The festival was created in 2015 from the need to increase and expand local film culture and to create a unique environment where one can delve into and explore the many dimensions of the living and the pictures. In addition to short and feature-length films, the programme includes discussions, workshops, music and more.
Pori Film Festival screens local, national and international films. The event will showcase films made in Pori and the surrounding area, bringing together their creators and the audience. The programme also highlights other interesting Finnish films. One major part of the festival is the short film selections compiled from the international open call.
The festival takes place at Valimo (meaning “foundry”) at Porilaistenkatu 2, 28130 Pori. The venue includes the main stage Valimo-sali (which has about 100 seats), Valimo Lounge (spacious lounge that includes different festival facilities) and smaller rooms on two floors for installations and such.
Valimo is easily accessible. It is only 400 meters away from the Travel Centre making it easy to get to the festival by train or bus. Bicycle racks are on site. You will find the entrance from the courtyard.
Excluding two installation rooms upstairs, the venue is accessible by wheelchair. Please contact us if you need specific details on Valimo’s accessibility.
Information about the City of Pori
Pori is a city and municipality on the west coast of Finland. The city is located circa 10 kilometres from the Gulf of Bothia, on the estuary of the Kokemäenjoki river. At the end of the year 2018, Pori was the tenth largest city in Finland with 84 391 inhabitants. Pori was found in 1558 and it’s one of the oldest cities in Finland. More about Pori: https://www.visitpori.fi/en