Focus on Norway in Berlin
Six days, about 30 Norwegian events, 25 Norwegian films and more than a thousand guests in the Norway House during the Berlinale are now history. "We hope and believe that Norway and Norwegian cinema have been noticed in Berlin, and that it will have positive effects for the entire film industry," said managing director Sindre Guldvog, of the Norwegian Film Institute.
Silver Bear to Out Stealing Horses and Special Mention to Dad
Hans Petter Moland's adaptation of Per Petterson's novel Out Stealing Horses received last night the Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution for Rasmus Videbæk’s cinematography. The short animation Dad, directed by Atle S. Blakseth and Einar Dunsæd, received a Special Mention from the international jury for the Generation Kplus competition.
The percentage of women in Norwegian film in 2018
- This gives us a boost of optimism to keep up the good work. But we should never believe we have now reached our goal. We are not content before we no longer need to implement measures in order to achieve equality, says NFI’s CEO Sindre Guldvog.
Partnership between International Sámi Film Institute and Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program
New partnership between International Sámi Film Institute and Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program will Strengthen Arctic Indigenous Film
Announcing action plan for inclusion and diversity in Norwegian films and film culture.
The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) is implementing an action plan for inclusion and representativity in Norwegian films and film culture. The action plan is aiming to improve the quality, increase relevance, and strengthen the sustainability of Norwegian films in the future.
The Norwegian Film Institute chips in €5.06 million for seven new films
The top contribution - €1.55 million – goes to Norwegian director Andre Øvredal’s World War II epic, Narvik – Hitler’s First Defeat.
Welcome to Norway House!
Minister of Culture in Norway, Trine Skei Grande, made the official opening of Norway House in Berlin today - where Norway is Country in Focus.
NORWAY’S BERLINALE 2019
As this year’s Country in Focus, Norway will open its own festival centre for its so far strongest representation at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Norwegian films in Berlin
Berlinale 2019: This is the Norwegian films in Berlin 2019.
Another film about Amundsen and the first dog on the North Pole
Norwegian animation director Kajsa Næss’ €7.4 million Polar epic Titina supported by the Norwegian Film Institute, plus production of three documentaries and a short.