Norway’s first documentary short heading for an Oscar nomination
Norwegian director Mari Bakke Riise’s Kayayo – The Living Shopping Baskets is among the 10 candidates and Norway’s first for the run.
Record sales of Norwegian films
The accumulated export value of the 2015 films is estimated to NOK 87,3 million (€9 million) – an increase of 26%.
Wisting – one of Norway’s largest TV series productions
The €11.7 million thriller project is one of the six new Norwegian drama series which received a total of €2.6 million production funding from the Norwegian Film Institute.
Six New Ways – in features, TV drama and documentary
The Norwegian Film Institute chips in €320,000 (NOK 3 million) from the special support scheme for the development of five new productions and over €560,000 (NOK 5,540,000) for the production of Jannicke Systad Jacobsen new feature film The Domestique.
Let’s talk about sex – and about gender equality in Norwegian film
The Norwegian Film Institute works for full 50/50 equality before 2020 through talent development, subsidy programmes and clear communication
International Emmy for Best Drama Series goes to...Mammon 2 from Norway!
For the first time ever, a Norwegian drama series has won the prestigious International Emmy Award. The brothers and co-creators Vegard Stenberg Eriksen and Gjermund Stenberg Eriksen triumphed in New York by winning Best TV Drama for Mammon 2 at the 45th International Emmy Awards ceremony.
Nordic Game Discovery Contest
Your chance to get your game showcased at one of the biggest game conferences in Nordic region, Nordic Game 2018!
Norwegian funding for four new documentaries
Documentaries about a dying social commentator, a young musician`s rise to fame, a polar bear`s struggle as the ice melts and a story about the Mentawai-people in Indonesia recently received funding from the Norwegian Film Institute.
A filmmaker with a changemaker’s heart
Norwegian director Julia Dahr will present her new documentary, Thank You for the Rain, in the DocSociety programme during IDFA-the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam between November 15-26.
Norwegian films take two top
Iram Haq’s What Will People Say won the Audience Award, while Joachim Trier’s Thelma received the Baltic Film Prize