Norsk filminstitutt

Norwegian Films in Berlin 2019

07.02 - 17.02

Out Stealing Horses

In Main Competition: Hans Petter Molands fourth film in Berlinale Competition

The Wayward Girl

Berlinale Classics: Liv Ullmanns first leading role


Generation Kplus: Animated short


Generation Kplus: A coming of age short

False Belief

Forum Expanded

Louis & Luca - Mission to the Moon

Generation Kplus: Rasmus A. Sivertsen’s second film about Louis & Luca

Divine Love

Panorama: Norwegian minority co-production

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Generation 14plus: Norwegian minority co-production

Reconstructing Utøya

Generation 14plus: Norwegian minority co-production

Khartoum Offside

Forum: Norwegian minority co-production


European Film Market

The Arctic Camels

European Film Market

Born 2 Drive

European Film Market

Cattle Hill

European Film Market


European Film Market

Descent into the Maelstrom

European Film Market


European Film Market

Home Ground 2

European Film Market

Kieler Street

European Film Market

The Men’s Room

European Film Market

Munch in Hell

European Film Market


European Film Market


European Film Market

Sonja - The White Swan

European Film Market

  • Dag Asbjørnsen

    • Head of Section International Relations
    • Phone: +47 402 22 151
    • E-mail: dag.asbjornsen[@]

    Stine Oppegaard

    • Manager International Relations Feature Films
    • Phone: +47 908 59 638
    • E-mail: stine.oppegaard[@] 

    Toril Simonsen

    • Manager International relations Short and Documentary Films
    • Phone: +47 900 38 086
    • E-mail: toril.simonsen[@]

    Knut Tofastrud Skinnarmo

    • International Festival Adviser
    • Phone: +47 900 27 365
    • E-mail: knut.skinnarmo[@]

    Lars Løge

    • Head of Department Development & Production
    • Phone: +47 415 14 180
    • E-mail: lars.loge[@]

    Jakob Berg

    • Communication Adviser
    • Phone: +47 22 47 45 91
    • Mobile: +47 971 977 66
    • E-mail: jakob.berg[@]
  • Norway is the Country in Focus at the European Film Market (EFM) at the International Film Festival in Berlin 2019 Feb. 8th-13th.

    Norway in Focus is organized by the Norwegian Film Institute in cooperation with the EFM, and will offer a host of possibilities for networking with Norwegian producers, distributors, investors, and creative talents, as well as the chance to take a closer look at Norwegian productions. 

    Norway House

    Norway is the first Country in Focus to build a separate house for its festival scene, just across the street from the European Film Market – it will accommodate representatives of the Norwegian Film Institute, the Filmreg organisation, the country’s film commissions, Sørfond and The Norwegian Producers Association and gives the opportunity to meet suppliers of goods and services for the international film industry.

    Norway House is located in Niederkircherstrasse, right next to the Mirror Tent and across the road from the European Film Market in Gropius Bau.