Full list of latest support:

Feature films:

  • NOK1,800,000 to Jönssonligan (Sweden)
    Directed by Tomas Alfredson
    Written by Rikard Ulvshammar, in collaboration with Tomas Alfredson, Henrik Dorsin
    Cast: Henrik Dorsin, Anders Johanssen, David Sundin, Hedda Stiernstedt
    Produced by Pontus Edgren, Fatima Varhos, Anna Carlsen for FLX
    Currently filming
    Premiere Sweden: late 2019, SF Studios
    Sales TBA

    The director of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy makes his come back to filmmaking in Sweden, ten years after Let the Right One In, and his return to comedy, 15 years after Four Shades of Brown. The film is a reboot of the all-time favourite comedy franchise Jönssonligan.

    After a failed heist, Sickan ends up in jail. When he's released, his gang buddies have given up their criminal ways and Sickan has to continue on his own. 
  • NOK 1,500,000 to Breaking Surface (Sweden)
    Directed by Joachim Hedén (New York Waiting)
    Produced by Julia Bebauer, Jonas Sörensson for Way Creative Films
    The survival drama centres on Ida, a young woman who is trying to rescue her sister Tuva, trapped under water after a dive accident in a remote part of Norway.

TV series

  • NOK 2,150,000 to Invisible Heroes (6x52’, Finland) 
    Directed by Mika Kurvinen Welcome to Texas) and Alicia Scherson (Family Life)
    Written by Tarja Kylmä and Manuela Infante
    Cast: Pelle Heikkilä, Ilkka Villi, Mikael Persbrandt
    Produced by Liisa Penttilä-Asikainen of Kaiho Republic for Yle
    Co-produced by Leonora González and Sergio Gándara of Chile’s Parox S.L.A, in association with Chilevision TV, NTV foundation, SVT, DR, NRK, RUV Shooting wrapping this week 
    Premiere Finland: first quarter 2019, Yle
    Sales TBA

    The series is inspired by the true events of two young Finnish diplomats, Tapani Brotherus and Ilkka Jaamala who helped more than 2000 Chilean political dissidents during Pinochet’s military coup in 1973.
  • NOK 1,850,000 to Everything I Can’t Remember/Allt jag inte minns (3X60’, Sweden)
    Directed by Beata Gårdeler (Flocken, 30 Degrees in February)
    Written by Piotr Marciniak (Inkognito)
    Produced by Piodor Gustafsson (Black Spark) and Martina Stöhr (Kärnfilm) for SVT, in association with NRK, DR, Yle.
    Principal photography: October 13, 2018
    Premiere Sweden: late 2019/early 2020, SVT
    Cast and sales TBA

    The series is based on Jonas Hassen Khemiri’s August Prize winning novel, sold to more than 25 countries. A mother is looking into the circumstances surrounding her son’s sudden death. In order to reconcile her loss, she needs to face the fact that there are many truths about one person.


  • NOK 600,000 to What’s Eating Tiny Tim? (Sweden)
    Directed by Johan von Sydow (The Jussi Björling Saga)
    Produced by David Herdies, Michael Krotkiewski for Momento Film
    Co-produced by Norway’s Indie Film, with co-financing from SVT, DR, NRK.
    Sales: DR Sales for worldwide except North America (Juno Film).

    The doc-biopic focuses on US singer and ukulele player Tiny Tim, his rise and downfall.Through his diaries, the film paints an intimate portrait of one of the oddest careers in showbiz.
  • NOK650,000 to Push (Sweden)
    Directed by Fredrik Gertten (Becoming Zlatan, Bikes vs Cars
    Produced by Margarete Jangård for WG Film
    Co-produced by Canada’s Cave 7 Productions
    Produced by Margarete Jangård for WG Film
    Co-produced by Canada’s Cave 7 Productions
    Premiere Sweden: spring 2019
    Sales TBA

    The Award-winning director investigates the global over-heated housing market through the story of Leilani Fahra, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, on a mission to find out why and how some local residents are being pushed out of their communities in different cities around the world.
  • NOK500,000 to Mating (Sweden)
    Directed by Lina Mannheimer (The Ceremony)
    Produced by Mathilde Dedye for French Quarter Film.
    Co-produced by Denmark’s Kirstine Barfod (KB Film), Film i Väst, in association with SVT, DR, Yle, support from the Swedish Film Institute, the Danish Film Institute, Kulturbryggan/Konstnärsnämnden, Göteborg City, and Shoot & Post.
    Premiere: 2019
    Sales: French Quarter

    Lina Mannheimer investigates how two millennials, Naomi and Edvin, navigate the creation of identity, and how they negotiate the porous border between their public and private selves. The director has followed them for a year, asking them questions about love, dating, hopes and fears.
  • NOK400,000 to A Way to Peace (Finland)
    Directed by Jenni Kivistö, Jussi Rastas
    Produced by Markku Tuurna for Filmimaa Oy
    Co-produced by Denmark’s Hansen&Pedersen Film og Fjernsyn, Norway’s Medieoperatørene and France’s Les Films d’un Jour, with co-financing from YLE, DR, NRK and France 2, support from the Finnish Film Foundation, AVEK, the Danish Film Institute, and Fritt Ord.   
    Premiere late 2018
    Sales TBA

    The directors follow an ex-FARC member who fights for a better society as Colombia moves towards the 2018 presidential elections and the signing of a peace accord. But in a torn-apart society, everyone from the elite to farmers, have an opinion about law and morality.

Distribution Support

  • NOK 140,000 to Future Film, Finland for Border by Ali Abbasi 
  • NOK 50,000 to SF Norge for Bergman, a Year in a Life by Jane Magnusson 
  • NOK 30,000 to DOXBIO, Denmark for The Raft by Marcus Lindeen 

Slate Funding

  • NOK 650,000 to Mer Film, Norway for The Charmer (DK) and Goliath (SE) 
  • NOK 280,000 to Heimili kvikmyndanna ses, Iceland for U, July 22 (NO), Border (SE) and The Guilty (DK)


  • NOK 100,000 to Sena, Iceland for The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear by Philip Einstein Lipski, Jørgen Lerdam and Amalie Næsby Fick.

Film Cultural Initiatives

  •  NOK 50,000 to Copenhagen TV Festival for two Masterclasses