The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) is a public institution operating under the authority of the Ministry of Culture.
NFI is the government’s executive body for the film sector and its advisor on film policy issues.
NFI has an annual budget of NOK 625 million (Euro 66 million) available for film development, production, promotion and distribution support, 87 employees and offices in Oslo and Bergen.
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The Creative Europe programme aims to support the European audiovisual, cultural and creative sector. The Norwegian Film Institute is the host organization of one of the two sub-programmes, the MEDIA-programme.
Film Commission Norway is the national film commission and an integral NFI’s Department of Communications, Insight and International Relations.
The commission aims at the encouragement and aid of international film productions in Norway, and acts as a link between the national and the international film and television industries.
Contact: Truls Kontny
The Incentive Scheme was introduced on January 1st 2016, and is administered by NFI. The budget for the scheme in 2017 is NOK 55 million. Submission deadlines are January 26 and September 14 2017.
The objective of The Incentive Scheme is to increase the number of international films and series produced in Norway to promote Norwegian culture, history and nature and improve the experience and skills of the Norwegian film industry, stimulate growth, promote a sustainable Norwegian film industry and support international cooperation.