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114 articles available in total starting from 16/07/2002. Last article published on 31/01/2003.

New funds for new features

Three new films have received state funding in Denmark. Aside from Paprika Steen’s Lad de sma born (Suffer the Little Children), the Danish Film Institute is funding Icelander Dagur Kàri’s Nói...  

31/01/2003 | Fundings | Denmark

Petter Naess' "Sweet Sixteen"

Petter Naess' "Sweet Sixteen"

Director decides against the prequel of Elling in favour of Béa, made with a contribution from the Norwegian Film Fund, and about a 16-year-old's difficult approach to adulthood  

30/01/2003 | Films | Norway

Iceland comes in from the cold

The Third Name is a new Icelandic feature and the directorial debut of Einar Thor Gunnlaugsson, a graduate of the London Film School and UK resident. The film was released early in January in...  

29/01/2003 | Films | Iceland

A very rewarding 2002

A very rewarding 2002

A record year for Norwegian cinema with 101 awards won the world over. The best performing titles were 2 kids titles: Glasskår and Aria, & Elling  

27/01/2003 | Awards | Norway

Paprika’s spicy debut

Danish actress, Paprika Steen (Okay, Open Hearts and Festen), a two-time Bodil Award nominee, is about to make her directorial feature debut with Lad de smaa boern (Suffer The Little Children)....  

27/01/2003 | Denmark

Read Cinema

Nordisk Film & Nordic Script launch online site that allow you to download 16 recent Scandinavian films  

22/01/2003 | Events | Scandinavia

An Angel's victory

The Trømso International Film Festival came to an end last weekend with the presentation of the “Aurora” Awards. Tagiki film director Jamshed Usmonov won best film, and a cash prize of DKR75,000...  

20/01/2003 | Festivals | Norway

Jens Liens and Sara Johnsen

One feature and one short by young Norwegian directors will have their world premieres at the prestigious German film event  

17/01/2003 | Berlinale 2003 | Norway

Bent Hamer is Trømso's honoured guest

Norway’s Trømso International Film Festival opened on 15 January with the screening of Norwegian director Bent Hamer´s new comedy, Salmer fra kjokkenet (Hymns from the Kitchen). Hamer is a special...  

17/01/2003 | Festivals | Norway

The Big Chill

Nominations announced for the Nordic countries top film awards, featuring Lukas Moodysson, Susanne Bier and Jesper Nielsen  

16/01/2003 | Awards | Scandinavia

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