Room 213

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sat, Apr 14, 2018 2:15 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sat, Apr 21, 2018 12:00 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:Rum 213
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Childish Films
Women & Film
Nextwave
Tags:Adventure
Coming-of-Age
Drama
Family Friendly
Mystery
Suspense
Women Directors
Adaptation
Nextwave
Voice Category:Thrill Me
Chill Me
Release Year:2017
Runtime:80 min
Festivals & Awards:Best Film - Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Children's Jury Prize Honorable Mention - Nordic Film Days Lubeck
Country/Region:Sweden
Language:Swedish
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvAkyueA5DA
Cast/Crew
Director:Emelie Lindblom
Producer:Martin Jern
Emil Larsson
Cinematographer:Emil Klang
Screenwriter:Martin Jern
Emil Larsson
Editor:Margareta Lagerqvist
Composer:Hans Lundgren
Principal Cast:Wilma Lundgren
Ella Fogelström
Elena Hobsepyan

Description

Room 213 is a genuinely scary ghost story taking place the summer after sixth grade at a coed Swedish camp in the countryside. When Elvira, Meja, and Bea must bunk in the camp’s haunted Room 213, where no one has stayed for 60 years, inexplicable, and possibly supernatural events start to happen, especially in the middle of the night. The girls join forces to investigate who has been messing with their belongings and writing secret messages from beyond the grave, as well as to suss out whose crushes will be realized and who will have their first kiss at the camp dance.

Coming-of-age excitement blends with ghostly mischief, requiring steady nerves, courage and gumption. It may come as no surprise that this is easier said than done when paranormal mayhem adds suspense and horrors to their group dynamics.

Recommended for ages 11+

Director Biography

Emelie Lindblom is a Swedish script writer and director who graduated from the School of Film Directing, Gothenburg University in 2011. Her latest short 2 was in competition at Gothenburg International Film Festival 2014 and was called a “masterpiece” at Seoul International Women’s Film Festival 2015. Room 213 is her debut feature film.

 


Screening with Short Film:

Rag Dolls: Playtime turns into uncontrolled shenanigans when a child discovers rag dolls in an antique chest. For the dolls' real-life doppelgängers, self-control is out of their hands.
Director(s): Justin Schaack | Runtime: 4 min | Country: USA | 2017 | English


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