The feature film they showed was Headhunter, a Norwegian film which comes out in April. It's not a typical Nordic Noir film. It's quite colourful and almost American in style, and indeed an American version is due later in the year, starring Mark Wahlberg. It reminded me a little of the other Norwegian film I have seen recently - Troll Hunter - in being funny in a violent and deadpan way. Oh, and also in making the most of the beautiful precipitous scenery of Norway.
The film is about an amoral art thief (reminiscent of Ripley?) who works as an executive head-hunter as a cover for his robbing. And - what do you know - the tables are turned on him, and he is hunted. It's robust, fairly convoluted, a bit shallow, enjoyable.