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Finn

English title: Finn
Original title: Finn
German title: Finn und die Magie der Musik
Netherlands, Belgium, 2013

Director: Weisz, Frans
Production company: Flinck Films
Co-producers: Max Broadcasting, Eyeworks (BE), Caviar (BE)
Age recommendation: 8 years and up

Synopsis:
Finn (9) lives with his father in the small Dutch village. One day, a stranger called Luuk (68) moves into an old farmhouse nearby. He plays the violin. Finn feels strongly attracted to the violin, but his father strictly forbids him to visit Luuk. He wants Finn to play football. But Finn makes his own plan - he no longer trusts his father, who keeps too many secrets. While his father thinks he is at football practice, Finn secretly takes violin lessons from Luuk. When he discovers the reason for all his father's secrets, it leaves him with a huge dilemma...

Festivals:
Berlin Generation 2014, Jeugdfilmfestival Antwerp & Bruges 2014, FIFEM Montreal 2014, TIFF Kids Toronto 2014, IFI Dublin 2014, Tel Aviv ICFF 2014 (awarded), Giffoni 2014 (awarded), Tokyo Kinder Film Festival 2014 (awarded), Seoul IYFF 2014, Kristiansand 2014, London IFF 2014, Vilnius 2014 (awarded), Cinekid Amsterdam 2014, Chicago CFF 2014, Kinodiseea Bucharest 2014, Just Film Tallinn 2014, Cinepaenz Cologne 2014, Stuttgart 2014 (awarded), Mannheim IFF 2015, Golden Elephant Hyderabad 2015, Olympia CFF Pyrgos 2016

Study guide: German

World sales address/es:
Attraction Distribution (CDN)

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Arsenal-Filmverleih (D)