Winning a contest to spend a week living on an isolated island to watch movies in a lighthouse sounds almost like the plot of a film in itself.
But for Lisa Enroth from Skövde, Sweden, it’s currently a reality.
The frontline coronavirus nurse beat over 12,000 applicants for the Göteburg Film Festival’s Isolated Cinema experience, which sees one person being sent to Sweden’s Pater Noster island for a week to watch their pick of the festival’s 60 movie premieres.
“The Isolated Cinema on the island of Pater Noster is inaccessibly located at the very edge of the archipelago in one of Sweden’s most barren, windswept locations,” reads the event description. “One solitary film enthusiast [will] experience total isolation from the outside world. No phone, no fami… Read More