Best Nordic Documentary
The Best Nordic Documentary Award is presented to one of the 14 films selected for the competition. The award goes to the director(s) of the winning film.
The cash award of 11.000€ is sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters DR, NRK, RUV, SVT and YLE.
Festival programme with screening schedule and tickets are released 26 August. You find more info about tickets here.
A Song Called Hate, (A Song Called Hate), Anna Hildur Hildibrandsdottir, 90′, Iceland, 2020.
A-ha The Movie, (A-ha The Movie), Thomas Robsahm & Aslaug Holm, 107′, Norway, 2021.
Aboli’s Journey, (Abolis resa), Yasaman Sharifmanesh, 59′, Sweden, 2021.
Arica, (Arica), William Johansson Kalén & Lars Edman, 95′, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, 2020.
Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest, (Kim Kanonarm og rejsen mod verdensrekorden), Mads Hedegaard, 98′, Denmark, 2021.
Eatnameamet – Our Silent Struggle, (Eatnameamet – Hiljainen taistelumme), Suvi West, 74′, Finland, 2021.
Flee, (Flugt), Jonas Poher Rasmussen, 89′, Denmark, 2021.
Gunda, (Gunda), Victor Kossakovsky, 93′, Norway, USA, 2020.
Kids Cup, (Bortebane), Line Hatland, 90′, Norway, Denmark, Finland, 2021.
Lost Boys, (Lost Boys), Sadri Cetinkaya & Joonas Neuvonen, 99′, Finland, 2020.
Prince of Dreams, (Drömprins), Jessica Nettelbladt, 90′, Sweden, Denmark, 2021.
Raising a School Shooter, (Raising a School Shooter), Frida Barkfors & Lasse Barkfors, 75′, Denmark, Sweden, France, Belgium, 2021.
School of Hope, (School of Hope), Mohamed El Aboudi, 79′, Finland, France, Morocco, 2021.
Spare Parts, (Góði hirðirinn), Helga Rakel Rafnsdóttir, 45′, Iceland, 2020.