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Nordic Genre Boost
Nordisk Film & TV Fond Launches Nordic Genre Boost 2015-2016

PRESS RELEASE: Oslo, December 12, 2014 - Nordisk Film & TV Fond is launching today NORDIC GENRE BOOST, a new initiative aimed at supporting the development of Nordic genre films and TV series on the Nordic and international market. more…

Erik Skjolbjærg --
Pyromaniac, Lion Woman, Ingrid Bergman And Santa Among Grant Recipients

Erik Skjoldbjærg’s (pictured) new psychological thriller Pyromaniac, Vibeke Idsøe’s The Lion Woman and Hannes Holm’s A Man Called Ove received the largest production grants as part of Nordisk Film & TV Fond’s November round of support. more…

Ruben Östlund
Ruben Östlund Receives Golden Globe Nomination

Yesterday Ruben Östlund (pictured) came closer to securing a place in the Oscars nominations as his Swedish drama Force Majeure (Turist) picked up the coveted Golden Globe nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Association in the Best Foreign Language Film category. The film was supported by Nordisk Film & TV Fond. more…

Next Summer
Fox Snaps US Remake Rights To Norwegian Next Summer

After The Killing and Mammon, the US studio Fox has snapped remake rights to the Norwegian comedy show Neste sommer (Next Summer) produced by Feelgood Scene Film & TV for SBS Discovery AS. Espen Huseby, managing director of Nordic World negotiated the deal. more…

Hera Hilmar
Trio of Nordic Shooting Star Heading Off To Berlin

The young acting talents Joachim Fjelstrup from Denmark, Emmi Parviainen from Finland and Hera Hilman (pictured) from Iceland are among ten European Shooting Stars set to be under the spotlights at the 2015 Berlinale. more…


New Year Kick Off For The Legacy Season 2 On DR1
Joakim Sundström Crowned European Sound Designer
Christmas Calendar Series Scores At Home

Trailer of the week

Ask Hasselbalch’s sequel to his 2013 Danish hit Antboy had its gala premiere in Copenhagen on Sunday. The film produced by Nimbus Film with support from Nordisk Film & TV Fond is opening domestically on December 25 via SF.