Family and feel-good content in Fund supported projects

From Left To Right Hannes Holm, Jennie Silfverhjelm, Jonas Karlsson, Simon Larson / PHOTO: Særún Hrafnkelsdóttir Norén​
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Family and feel-good content in Fund supported projects

From Left To Right Hannes Holm, Jennie Silfverhjelm, Jonas Karlsson, Simon Larson / PHOTO: Særún Hrafnkelsdóttir Norén​

In its October round of support Nordisk Film & TV Fond has allocated NOK 5.65 million to the latest films by Hannes Holm, Simon Lereng-Wilmont and two TV series.

Production Support

FEATURE FILM

  • A Swedish Christmas Tale (Sagan om Karl-Bertil Jonssons julafton)
    Grant: NOK 3,000,000
    Recipient: SF Studios production Sweden
    Producers: Anna Odenhall, Henrik Widman
    Director: Hannes Holm
    Scriptwriters: Michael Hjorth, Johan Kindblom, Tomas Tivemark, Hannes Holm
    Cast: Simon Larson, Jonas Karlsson, Jennie Silfverhjelm, Adam Pålsson
    Domestic distribution: SF Studios
    Premiere: November 2021
    The film is co-produced by SVT and Film i Väst, with support from the Swedish Film Institute.
    Log line: A Swedish Christmas Tale is the story about Karl-Bertil, son of rich department store manager, who on Christmas eve decides to act as his big hero Robin Hood: to steal from the rich and give to the poor. The film is based on Tage Danielsson’s beloved Christmas tale.

 

DOCUMENTARY

  • A House Made of Splinters
    Grant: NOK 650,000
    Recipient: Final Cut for Real, Denmark
    Producer: Monica Hellström
    Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont
    World sales: Cinephil
    The film is co-produced by Tobias Janson for STORY (Sweden), Sami Jahnukainen for Donkey Hotel (Finland), Darya Bassel for Moon Man (Ukraine),with co-financing from DR, SVT, YLE, VRT, VPRO, TV3, RÚV, ARTE, MDR among others, support from the Danish Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Finnish Film Foundation, AVEK, the Ukrainian Film Fund, Creative Europe.
    Log line: As the war in Eastern Ukraine takes a heavy toll on poor families living near the frontline, a small group of strong-willed social workers work tirelessly in a special kind of orphanage to create an almost magical safe space for kids to live in.
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A House Made Of Splinters / PHOTO: Final Cut For Real

TV Series

  • Bert
    Format: 10X22’
    Grant: NOK 1,000,000
    Recipient: FLX, Sweden
    Producer: Sussan Treshow
    Head-Writers: Adrian Boberg, Tapio Leopold
    Concept director: Bill Schumacher
    Cast: Adrian Macéus, Samy Karlsson Fariat, Arvid Bergelv, Lily Wahlsteen
    TV Commissioner: C More/TV4
    Premiere: Spring 2021
    Log line: Bert just turned 14, just started 8th grade and just.. got dumped! During the fall Bert tries to find his way through life and love. When the fears and doubts of teenage life become too much, he turns to his most trusted companion - his secret diary. The comedy series for children and youth is based on the popular ‘Bert Diaries’ book series written by Anders Jacobsson and Sören Olsson.
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  • Supermom (Udda veckor)
    Format: 14x30’
    Grant: NOK 1,000,000
    Recipient: Feelgood Film, Norway
    Producer: Kith Hansen
    Head-writers: Mia Hundvin, Kari-Anne Henriksen
    Concept director: Emma Bucht
    TV Commissioners: Discovery Networks SE-K5/Discovery Networks NO-TVNorge
    Premiere: 2021
    The series is produced in association with FLX in Sweden.
    Log line: Supermom is a dramedy portraying newly divorced Frida who is juggling between children, friendships, career and new lovers.
    “Our ambition is to tell recognisable, refreshing stories about the aftermath of a divorce in a way that makes the viewer both laugh and cry,” said executive producer Lasse Hallberg.



Distribution Support

  • NOK 150,000 to Camera Film, Denmark for the release of the Swedish documentary I Am Greta
  • NOK 260,000 to SF Studios, Sweden for the release of the Norwegian animated film Christmas at Cattle Hill
  • NOK 250,000 to Norsk Filmdistribusjon, Norway for the release of the Danish family film All I Want for Christmas 2.


Dubbing Support

  • NOK 250,000 to SF Studios, Sweden for the Danish, Finnish and Swedish dubbing of the Norwegian animated film Christmas at Cattle Hill
  • NOK 100,000 to Norsk Filmdistribusjon for the Norwegian dubbing of the Danish family film All I Want for Christmas 2
  • NOK 90,000 to Myndform, Iceland for the Icelandic dubbing of the Swedish animated film Pelle No Tail.

Cultural Initiatives Support

  • NOK 150,000 to this.nordic for THIS.2020 Aarhus Series Festival
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