Norwegian directors Rune Spaans’ The Absence of Eddy Table and Marc Reisbig’s Working with Animals selected for the the main programme along with a Norwegian co-Production.
Norwegian director Torfinn Iversen’s feature debut selected for the Children’s Film Fest at the Berlinale, where he also competed with Levi’s Horse.
The upcoming premiere season, with 13 features, including one co-production, and four documentaries, was introduced this week at Oslo’s Filmens Hus by the Norwegian Film Institute
The Norwegian Film Institute has supported 25 Norwegian film festivals to ensure a qualitative development and a geographical spread
Norwegian director Arild Andresen’s Handle With Care (Hjertestart) selected for the SEK 1 million Dragon award competition as Best Nordic Feature.
Three local films on top of the charts contribute to the best box office performance since 1975 in the local cinemas
Norwegian director Erik Poppe’s historical epic, which had after last weekend sold 705,726 tickets in Norway, is among the nine candidates for the five nominations for Best Foreign-Language Feature
New Ways Norway support to directors Systad Jacobsen, Chocron, Hessen Schei, Myrmel and Hvistendal + production support to Eirik Svensson.
The Norwegian Film Institute’s New Ways Norway scheme grants support for films from directors André Chocron, Jannicke Systad Jacobsen, Tonje Hessen Schei, Marius Myrmel and Thea Hvistendahl. In addition, Eirik Svensson has received support for his new feature film, Harajuku
The Norwegian Film Institute supports three drama series for television, including the latest script by Nobel writer Mette M Bølstad
Kurdish-Norwegian director Zaradasht Ahmed’s Nowhere to Hide named Best Feature-Length Documentary at the world’s largest documentary film festival