After having visited ten Norwegian cities, the festival found a permanent home in Haugesund in Follow us on Twitter asffest for the latest news in film in the UK and internationally. How important is this festival to the film industry in Norway, and what does it mean for you to be part of such a prestigious event? It is a meeting place for everyone who works with Nordic films, Norwegian cinema industry and a place to market upcoming Norwegian films. The Amanda Award consists of a statuette designed by the sculptor Kristian Kvakland, produced and delivered by the company of Olaussen metall in Haugesund. In the Amanda ceremony changed the channel to TV 2, and Rubicon is the producer for the presentation ceremony.

In the Amanda ceremony changed the channel to TV 2, and Rubicon is the producer for the presentation ceremony. We also have a sidebar section consisting of Nordic films — Nordic Focus, and a few other sections. Amanda Amanda, the national film award, saw the light of day in The Norwegian International Film Festival is the oldest film festival in Norway and also the largest festival for the Norwegian film industry. The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund has for several decades celebrated film and film art by being a meeting place for the Norwegian and Nordic film industry and the general public. Is this a new high for the film and TV industry in Scandinavia? These films are already selected for Norwegian theatrical distribution. Still from The Wave.

Is this a new high for the film and TV industry in Scandinavia? Which films are you most oino forward to this year? Amanda, the national film kinno, saw the light of day in The Norwegian International Film Festival is the oldest film festival in Norway and also the largest festival for the Norwegian film industry.

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At the outset it was a film and TV award, but from and onwards it became a pure film award. It is both a great honour for me to be part of this, and also a lot a fun. New Nordic Films annually receives approximately industry professionals from Norway and abroad, to familiarise themselves with new Nordic film productions and initiate harversen efforts across the borders.

About us The Norwegian International Film Festival klno Haugesund has for several decades celebrated film and film art by being a meeting place for the Norwegian and Nordic film industry and the general public. In the Amanda ceremony changed the channel to TV 2, and Rubicon is the producer for the presentation ceremony.

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These films are already selected for Norwegian theatrical distribution. The Amanda Award consists of a statuette designed by the sculptor Kristian Kvakland, produced and delivered by the company of Olaussen metall in Haugesund.

Eleven years later an international co-production and film financing forum was established.

Inhe received the Rogaland County Culture Prize. The other members of the board are: Olavs for his cultural initiative. I am looking forward to the reception tonjs the Norwegian documentary Rebelswhich deals with young people who have dropped out of society and given a final chance to get back in again.

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The festival is led by Festival Director Tonje Hardersen. Find out more www. Tweet Share Reblog Pin. After having visited ten Norwegian cities, the festival found a permanent home in Haugesund in Follow us on Twitter asffest for the latest news in film in the UK and internationally. It is a meeting place for everyone who works with Nordic films, Norwegian cinema industry and a place to market upcoming Norwegian films. We also have a sidebar section consisting of Nordic films — Nordic Focus, and a few other sections.

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The 42nd Norwegian International Film Festival opens this weekend with a diverse programme of pieces from Cannes, Berlinale and Hollywood, alongside works by both established and emerging Scandinavian filmmakers. Posted on 15 August Here cinema managers, politicians, film professionals and the press, and also a more general public, received a broad presentation of the programme for the autumn and winter.

London College of Fashion are showcasing a dynamic collection of work at House of Vans. Amanda Amanda, the national film award, saw the light of day in I think that the overall popularity of Nordic film and TV is the result of the governments in Scandinavian countries that have been willing to increase their budgets and support to the industry. The opening scenes set the precedent for the promise of youth. To have a Norwegian film once again in competition in Cannes is proof that the effort being done to increase the number and quality of Norwegian films has been a success.

Programme Director Nilgin Yusuf shares ideas about the upcoming event. The board is joined by Festival Director Tonje Hardersen.

It is definitely a new high for Norwegian cinema! The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund has for several decades celebrated film and film art by being a meeting place for the Norwegian and Nordic film industry and the general public.