Karla & Nordahl
Director: Elisabeth Aspelin
Country: Norway
Duration: 19 min
Subject:
  • Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Children's rights
Audience:
  • Activists / NGOs
  • Teachers
  • Government officials
  • Journalists
  • Institutions of the state penitentiary system of Ukraine
  • Students
  • Pupils
  • Lawyers
Reform:
Inclusive component:
Karla is 6 years old and has a big brother named Nordahl. Why does she consider him as both her big and little brother? We get an insight into Karla’s world and how she deals with having an elder brother with learning difficulties.The director followed her own children through a winter showing their everyday life, including both demanding situations and heartfelt love.
director
avatar
Elisabeth Aspelin

Elisabeth Aspelin has primarily worked as an editor of television series and short documentaries. Karla & Nordahl is her debut as a director.


SELECTED FILMOGRAPHY

Karla & Nordahl (2019)

Promo materials
download icon
Poster
download icon
Stills
download icon
Scripts of educational events on human rights for each film regarding target audience
Experts-consultants on human rights
If you wish to use the film-collection of Docudays UA International Human Rights Film Festival, we invite you to join the network of permanent Docudays UA educational film clubs on human rights
SUPPORTED BY