Norsk filminstitutt
  • Do Not Split press release

    The Norwegian film Do Not Split which has been nominated for an Oscar in the Documentary Short Subject Category has sent out a fresh press release, containing updated press cuttings, a profile of the director and his statement in addition to information about the producers.   

  • Berlin 2021

    Ninjababy in Generation 14plus, Series in Co-Production Market, Webinars. Norway is very digitally present in Berlin 2021. 

  • Free Scandinavian Industry Webinars During EFM

    Scandinavian Films is hosting three exciting webinars on co-production, new trends in family films and international sales during Berlinale, all moderated by Wendy Mitchell.
    No badge needed, you can register for free to attend and find out more in the links below.
     
     

  • Hope, The Kicksled Choir, The Painter and the Thief and Gunda on shortlist for Oscar

    In a historical series of shortlists, both the feature film Hope, the documentaries Gunda and The Painter and the Thief, as well as the short film The Kicksled Choir, are now competing for the Oscar nominations. Never before have four Norwegian films been shortlisted in the same year. In addition, My Favorite War continues its work towards a nomination in the category Best Animated Feature Film, and Do Not Split with Norwegian director is shortlisted in the category Best Documentary Short Subject.  

  • Berlin the first to see Ninjababy

    Yngvild Sve Flikke’s quirky and partly animated dramedy Ninjababy has been selected for the Generation 14plus Competition at the Berlin International Film Festival 2021, where it will have its international premiere. 

  • Three Norwegian films up for the 2020 European Film Awards

    The drama Hope, written and directed by Maria Sødahl, and starring Sweden’s Stellan Skarsgård, competes for a Best Film nomination, at European Film Awards.This year, two of our documentaries are among the 13 shortlisted for a nomination as Best Documentary: Self Portrait, directed by Margreth Olin, Katja Høgset and Espen Wallin, and Gunda, produced by Sant & Usant and directed, written, and edited by Viktor Kossakovsky. In addition,

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