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Awards / Norway

What Will People Say has a very good year at the Amandas

What Will People Say has a very good year at the Amandas

The Norwegian film awards have just had an undisputed winner; her name is Iram Haq  

24/08/2018 | Awards | Norway

What Will People Say and Thelma split Kanon Awards

What Will People Say and Thelma split Kanon Awards

The films by Iram Haq and Joachim Trier scoop the awards for Norwegian film professionals at the Kosmorama International Film Festival in Trondheim  

14/03/2018 | Awards | Norway

The King's Choice - Norway's number one in the cinemas - scoops most of the Amandas

The King's Choice - Norway's number one in the cinemas - scoops most of the Amandas

Erik Poppe’s film was nominated for a record 13 prizes but left with eight at the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund  

24/08/2017 | Awards | Norway

Norwegian critics endorse the local industry, audience and The King’s Choice

Norwegian critics endorse the local industry, audience and The King’s Choice

Erik Poppe’s latest feature, which also came out on top at the industry’s Canon Awards, won for Best Norwegian Film last night  

24/03/2017 | Awards | Norway

A king and a pyromaniac shared the honours at Norway’s Canon Awards

A king and a pyromaniac shared the honours at Norway’s Canon Awards

Erik Poppe’s The King’s Choice and Erik Skjoldbjærg’s Pyromaniac won national film prizes in seven categories, with Poppe taking the statuette for the Audience Award  

10/03/2017 | Awards | Norway

The Wave takes the prize for Best Norwegian Feature of 2016

The Wave takes the prize for Best Norwegian Feature of 2016

Roar Uthaug’s latest feature won the top Amanda and another two, while Joachim Trier’s Louder than Bombs took home four awards  

29/08/2016 | Awards | Norway

Norwegian filmmakers celebrate The Wave and Louder than Bombs

Norwegian filmmakers celebrate The Wave and Louder than Bombs

Roar Uthaug and Joachim Trier’s films came out on top when Norwegian filmmakers gave out their Cannon Awards at the Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival  

14/03/2016 | Awards | Norway

Sonja director Anne Sewitsky given a boost by Ullmann’s Honorary Award

Sonja director Anne Sewitsky given a boost by Ullmann’s Honorary Award

The Norwegian filmmaker has been honoured for her work, while Deeyah Khan has received the Human Rights Prize for Jihad  

10/11/2015 | Awards | Norway:

The Norwegian Film Institute spots three female talents

The Norwegian Film Institute spots three female talents

Charlotte Blom, Yngvild Sve Flikke and Tonje Hessen Schei have received VIP scholarships to further develop their work  

28/09/2015 | Awards | Norway

A high-octane performance for Børning as it snags four Amandas

A high-octane performance for Børning as it snags four Amandas

Hallvard Bræin’s feature debut was the big winner at the awards ceremony in Haugesund, ahead of the Norwegian International Film Festival  

17/08/2015 | Awards | Norway