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12 HOURS TO DESTRUCTION by Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir presented at the Finnish Film Affair's Nordic Selection

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir's feature film in post-production, 12 Hours to Destruction, will take part in the Finnish Film Affair's Nordic Selection, which highlights emerging talents from the North. The Finnish Film Affair takes place both online and in Helsinki, Finland from September 22 - 24.

12 Hours to Destruction is a family film written and directed by Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir. The film takes place in the summer of 1980. 11-year-old Hanna and the rest of her childhood band aim to bring criminals to justice when a threat to destroy the last school dance comes their way. Their ensuing adventure pits good vs. evil and disco vs. punk, and ends with love and unity conquering all.

The Finnish Film Affair is the industry event of Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy. 12 Hours to Destruction is one out of five Nordic fiction works by 1st or 2nd feature directors presented as a Nordic Selection in the Finnish Film Affair's Showcase event.

12 Hours to Destruction is a Icelandic/Finnish coproduction and the film is produced by Júlíus Kemp and Ingvar Thórdarson for The Icelandic Film Company. Coproducers are Markus Selin and Jukka Helle for Solar Films, Hilmar Sigurdsson for Sagafilm, and Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir for CUBS Productions.