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13 articles available in total starting from 01/08/2002. Last article published on 23/03/2018.

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Review: RocKabul

Review: RocKabul

Australian musician Travis Beard's directorial debut follows the first and last Afghani heavy-metal band in their struggle for freedom of expression  

23/03/2018 | Films | Australia/Norway

69 Minutes of 86 Days: Innocence on the road to safety

69 Minutes of 86 Days: Innocence on the road to safety

This new refugee-themed documentary focuses on an innocent little girl, full of spirit and hope, as she travels with her family to Sweden  

14/04/2017 | Films | Norway

Liv Ullmann on German screens in the fall

Liv Ullmann on German screens in the fall

In the German-Norwegian coproduction Zwei Leben by Georg Maas, Liv Ullmann plays the mother of Juliane Köhler, an East German spy who started a new life in Norway  

05/06/2013 | Films | Germany/Norway

Setting sail for an Oscar, Kon-Tiki will launch Göteborg

Setting sail for an Oscar, Kon-Tiki will launch Göteborg

Now nominated for two American Satellite Awards, Norwegian directors Espen Sandberg and Joachim Rønning's action-adventure will open Scandinavia’s largest film festival  

12/12/2012 | Films | Norway

Norwegian-Kurdish Red Heart selected for Beijing, Abu Dhabi

Norwegian-Kurdish Red Heart selected for Beijing, Abu Dhabi

Shot in Kurdish Iraq, Norwegian director Mustafa Halkawt’s feature debut is the story of a young Kurdish girl who runs away from home with her secret boyfriend  

10/04/2012 | Films | Norway

From Wolves to Tigers

From Wolves to Tigers

Hot on the heels of his box office hit, Ulvesommer Peder Norlund’s next project is the Euros5m Tiger, on location in Kazakhstan and the Russian Steppes  

04/06/2003 | Films | Norway

Red carpet for I Am Dina in Paris

The French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin will attend the charity gala premiere of Ole Bornedal’s I Am Dina on 31 March at the new MK2 Bibliotheque cinema situated in the prestigious...  

21/03/2003 | Films | Norway

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

Elling got his mother

At last Elling’s mother has got a name. Up till now there has been much expectancy about who will be playing the mother of the peculiar Elling in the second feature film this time called Ellings...  

13/12/2002 | Films | Norway

French money for a debut

Luc Besson gives Euros5.5millions to The Lake, written by two young Norwegian film directors and based on a true story  

11/12/2002 | Films | Norway

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