Questions from NFI to ARTEF concerning Just Super
At this year’s Berlinale, the scheduled gala screening of the Norwegian animated children's movie Just Super was cancelled at short notice, following inquiries by Anti-Racism Task Force for European Film (ARTEF), claiming the movie featured racist content.
Kristine Kujath Thorp is the Norwegian Shooting Star in Berlin in 2023
Kristine Kujath Thorp is one of ten promising European actors to be presented internationally during the film festival in Berlin.
The Norwegian drama series The Architect competes for the Berlinale Series Award
As one of only seven series, the four-episode drama series The Architect, by Kerren Lumer-Klabbers and starring Eili Harboe, has been invited to the Berlinale Series during the Berlin Film Festival, where it could also win the Berlinale Series Award.
Just Super director Rasmus A. Sivertsen to Berlin for the third time
Qvisten's 3D-animated, originally written film Just Super has been invited to the Berlinale's Generation Kplus program where it will have its international premiere.
Norwegian directoral debut Dancing Queen can win the Crystal Bear in Berlin
With Silje Holtet's originally written family film Dancing Queen, debutant director Aurora Gossé and Oscar-nominated producer Thomas Robsahm will have their world premiere in the Generation Kplus competition at the Berlin Film Festival.
Ellos Eatnu - Let The River Flow is a favorite with both audiences and critics at the film festival in Gothenburg
Ole Giæver's cinema-current drama Ellos Eatnu - Let The River Flow received both the audience award and the critics' award at the film festival in Gothenburg, the Nordic region's largest film festival.
Norwegian incentive grants for Succession, the Last of Us and three more projects
The Norwegian Film Institute is offering a total of NOK 41.3 million (EUR 3,7 million) from the incentive scheme for the shooting of an episode of the drama series Succession, VFX on the drama series The Last of Us, shooting of the feature film The Gorge, post-production on the feature film Thug and shooting and post-production on the drama series So Long, Marianne.
Top Industry gathers in Arctic Norway
Tromsø International Film Festival is set to kick off on January 16th, adding increased prominence and value to its industry sidebars. Co-organized with the Norwegian Film Institute, Fiction Norway, now in its third edition, presents twenty new feature film and drama series projects to top-of-the-line financiers, investors, agents, executives, streamers and producers.
New Norwegian international distribution support scheme
The Norwegian Film Institute is now introducing a subsidy scheme for international distribution that will make it easier for distributors to market Norwegian films in their territories.
Sørfond grants for 2022 announced
Sørfond has this week granted 3 million NOK in support for six international co-productions with Norwegian minority producers. This year the funding goes to projects from Bhutan, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Morocco, and two projects from India.