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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Tag: Film

Norway in focus for children’s films

An international children's film festival opened in the southern city of Kristiansand this week, close to the setting of a current Norwegian film that...

Critic, actor laid to rest

Funeral services were held Thursday for Pål Bang-Hansen, a former child actor who became Norway's best-known film critic. Bang-Hansen died just before the Easter...

Norwegian films hit hard times

Not even a movie about a local magazine's racy coverage of the royal family managed to boost ticket sales at Norwegian cinemas last month....

‘Caveman’ enjoys unusual attention

Norwegian newspapers, TV and radio have been full of stories recently about one of the country's "cavemen," more specifically an eccentric nature lover who's...

Kon-Tiki set to sail on the screen

A major new film  that will dramatize Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl's famed Kon-Tiki expedition has won financial support, just as Heyerdahl's grandson sets off on...

Norwegian film wins ‘people’s prize’ at Berlin Film Festival

Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland had a good week in Berlin, where his new film En ganske snill man (A Somewhat Gentle Man) was featured in...

Norwegian Film Institute defends role in Burma film

The Norwegian Film Institute is fending off criticism reported in newspaper Aftenposten last week that it didn't provide enough support for the film Burma VJ, which...



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