Nordisk Panorama News

 

August 2019

 

The Official Nordisk Panorama Film Festival Competition Programme 2019 Released

Photo from the opening film Q’s Barbershop. Photographer: Anders Nydam

 

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2019
The Selection & Opening Film

 

We are thrilled to announce the films selected to compete in the 30th edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival and wish to congratulate all the films!

 

The festival celebrates the very best of Nordic shorts & docs in a true Nordic championship. Out of 532 submissions, a total of 55 films will be competing for the Nordisk Panorama Awards on 19-24 September 2019, in Malmö, Sweden. 
This year we will celebrate our 30th anniversary with exceptional Nordic storytelling touching on diverse topics, from Icelandic video art to Syrian refugees to the MeToo movement. Our guest programmers have selected a wide range of films about people and subjects made by talented voices, from equal numbers of female and male filmmakers. In addition, we will showcase the best film gems from Nordisk Panorama’s 30-year library through a dedicated online anniversary campaign,” says Anita Reher, Executive Director at Nordisk Panorama.

Grand Opening

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival starts on Thursday 19 September with a major opening party at Moriskan with the screening of the Danish documentary Q’s Barbershop (Denmark/2018) directed by Emil Langballe. The film is about Qasim – the funkiest hairdresser in Vollsmose. The child of an immigrant family to Denmark, Qasim not only has drive but a love of story and for his community. His haircuts bring together young people from his ‘hood‘ whose voices we rarely hear. Together they bring dignity, inspiration and hope to each other.

World Premieres
Among the 14 selected documentaries there are two world premieres:

Photographer of War (Denmark/2019) directed by Boris Benjamin Bertram. The film is about the Danish world famous war photographer Jan Grarup who becomes torn between his career and his family life. When his ex-wife falls seriously ill Jan Grarup suddenly has to take care of his three children by himself. For more than 25 years he has taken photographs in war and conflict zones putting his own life on the line. Now as the main caretaker of the children his life and his photography is facing a new reality.

Photo from Photographer of War. Credit: Good Company Pictures

 

The Vasulka Effect, (Iceland/2019), directed by Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir. The Vasulkas are pioneers of video art. They are struggling in their retirement years to archive their body of work. By a fluke they are rediscovered by the art world that had forgotten them. People and institutions are all of a sudden fighting over who will represent them when they are gone.

Photo from The Vasulka Effect. Credit: Steina and Woody Vasulka

I’m so proud to have the chance to program the competition at this year’s Nordisk Panorama with Nadia Abraham. We asked ourselves: why this film and why show it now? There are some very talented filmmakers in the Nordic countries – and they are looking at the world, either journalistically or artistically, in different ways when it comes to their filmmaking. There is dedication to craft, real curiosity in the storytelling and humanism at the heart of so many films we saw this year. This is a program of big questions and deep conversations. We hope the audience feels the same”, says Hussain Currimbhoy, this year’s guest documentary programmer.

In the Short Film section we this year have 20 films competing for the the title Best Nordic Short 2019.

There are some exceptional films this year. It’s very diverse, lots of different approaches, people tackling subjects which are completely different. Young people and sexual awakening has been a theme, manipulation, and how people manipulate each other is another, people facing adversity, and overcoming adversity, and it’s been a year for strong women for sure! And there’s lots of dramatic fiction. It’s just a really good group of films”, says Sam Groves, Programmer for Short Film.

Early Bird Offer Nordisk Panorama

We are looking forward to seeing all the selected films and we would also like to see you! Get a discount by registering for an industry accreditation before 15 August.

Photo from Get Ready With Me (Sweden/2018). Directed by Jonatan Etzler Photographer: Nea Asphäll

Films in the competition sections of Nordisk Panorama Awards 2019:

BEST NORDIC DOCUMENTARY

11.000€ sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters: DR, YLE, RUV, NRK and SVT

“Forget Me Not”, Sun Hee Engelstoft, 2019, 87 min, (Denmark, South Korea)

“Mating”, Lina Mannheimer, 2019, 90 min, (Sweden)

“Newstime”, Laura Horelli, 2019, 39 min, (Finland, Germany)

“Once Aurora”, Stian Servoss & Benjamin Langeland, 2019, 71 min, (Norway)

“Q’s Barbershop”, Emil Langballe, 2018, 61 min, (Denmark)

“Reconstructing Utøya”, Carl Javér, 2018, 99 min, (Sweden, Norway, Denmark)

“Scheme Birds”, Ellen Fiske & Ellinor Hallin, 2019, 90 min, (Sweden, Scotland)

“The Hypnotist”, Arthur Franck, 2019, 72 min, (Finland)

“The Reformist – A Female Imam”, Marie Skovgaard, 2019, 88 min, (Denmark)

“The Vasulka Effect”, Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir, 2019, 90 min, (Iceland, Czech Republic, Denmark)

“Photographer of War”, Boris Benjamin Bertram, 2019, 78 min, (Denmark)

“War of Art”, Tommy Gulliksen, 2019, 102 min, (Norway, Germany)

“Who Made You?”, Iiris Härmä, 2018, 55 min, (Finland)

”Winter’s Yearning”, Sidse Torstholm Larsen & Sturla Pilskog, 2019, 77 min, (Norway, Denmark, Greenland)

 

BEST NORDIC SHORT FILM

6.000€ sponsored by Nordisk Panorama

The prize-winning film will qualify for consideration in the Short Film Category of the Annual Academy Awards®, the Oscars, without the standard theatrical run, provided that the film otherwise complies with the Academy rules.

“A Target”, Antti Heikki Pesonen, 2019, 9 min, (Finland)

“Armor”, Marius Myrmel, 2018, 25 min, (Norway)

“Beast”, Aasne Vaa Greibrokk, 2019, 14 min, (Norway)

“Cleaning Woman”, Teemu Nikki, 2018, 16 min, (Finland)

“Deepness of the Fry”, August Niclasen, 2019, 5 min, (Denmark)

“Filia”, Anniina Joensalo, 2018, 24 min, (Finland)

“Get Ready With Me”, Jonatan Etzler, 2018, 29 min, (Sweden)

“No Ill Will”, Andrias Høgenni, 2018, 22 min, (Denmark)

“On the Floor”, Paolo Nobis Sandén, 2018, 6 min, (Sweden)

“Reconstruction of a Rented Cabin”, Richard Dinter, 2018, 13 min, (Sweden)

“Sara’s Intimate Confessions”, Emilie Blichfeldt, 2018, 22 min, (Norway)

“Sorry Not Sorry”, Julia Thelin, 2019, 15 min, (Sweden)

“Still Lives”, Elli Vuorinen, 2018, 7 min, (Finland)

“The Blind Man”, Dara Van Dusen, 2019, 18 min, (Norway)

“The Stroker”, Pilvi Takala, 2019, 15 min, (Finland, UK)

“The Tent”, Rebecca Figenschau, 2019, 17 min, (Norway)

“To Plant a Flag”, Bobbie Peers, 2018, 15 min, (Norway, Iceland)

“Train Robbers”, Martin Walther, 2019, 20 min, (Norway)

“Untitled (Burned Rubber on Asphalt, 2018)”, Tinja Ruusuvuori, 2019, 20 min, (Finland)

“Who Talks”, Elin Övergaard, 2019, 15 min, (Sweden)
 

BEST NEW NORDIC VOICE

5.000€ sponsored by Film i Skåne and AVEK

The New Nordic Voice competition introduces promising Nordic filmmakers. The works have not previously been screened in the Nordisk Panorama competition programme, and selected films are among the first releases by the filmmaker.

“A Word for Human”, Mauricio Gonzalez-Aranda, 2018, 58 min, (Denmark)

“Being More Like Bagsy”, Mikkel Storm Glomstein, 2018, 16 min, (Norway)

“Boy Gets Eaten”, Sebastian Lagerkvist, 2018, 25 min, (Norway)

“From Our Laundry”, Jakob Eliasson & Albin Abrahamsson, 2019, 4 min, (Sweden)

“Humanity on Trial”, Jonas Bruun, 2019, 73 min, (Denmark)

“Lindy the Return of Little Light”, Ida Persson Lännerberg, 2018, 72 min, (Sweden)

“Maja”, Marijana Jankovic, 2018, 22 min, (Denmark)

“Patriotic Highway”, Caroline Troedsson, 2019, 68 min, (Sweden, Norway)

“Recycling & Waste”, Julius Jorborg, 2019, 30 min, (Sweden)

“She-Pack”, Fanny Ovesen, 2018, 19 min, (Norway)

“Tom Has a Plant”, Thinh Nguyen, 2019, 6 min, (Denmark)

“Turn”, Sesselía Ólafsdóttir & Peter Callow, 2018, 18 min, (Iceland, Finland)

 

YOUNG NORDIC – CHILDREN´S CHOICE AWARD

1.500€ sponsored by Nordisk Panorama

The films in the Young Nordic programme compete for the love of our most critical audience. We’ve asked the youngest viewers to tell us which film they liked the best, and we’ll present the winner with a Children’s Choice award.

 

“Cloud Tamer”, Andreas Krohn, 2019, 29 min, (Denmark)

“Dad”, Atle S. Blakseth & Einar Dunsæd, 2019, 8 min, (Norway)

“I Love You More Than My Soul”, Anna-My Novotny, 2018, 24 min, (Sweden)

“Jamila”, Sophie Vuković, 2019, 14 min, (Sweden)

“Permission to Fall”, Einari Paakkanen, 2019, 13 min, (Finland)

“Raw”, Sophia Bösch, 2018, 30 min, (Germany, Sweden)

“Sapera”, Gustav Olsson, 2019, 11 min, (Sweden)

“The Evil Principal”, Ida Hansen Eldøen, 2019, 13 min, (Norway)

“Traces”, Ingvild Søderlind, 2019, 10 min, (Norway)

CITY OF MALMÖ´S AUDIENCE AWARD

Prize: 2.500€

To receive the audience award at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is among the finest appreciations a filmmaker can get. The audience can vote for any of the Nordic short films and documentaries competing in the main competition programmes.

ABOUT NORDISK PANORAMA FILM FESTIVAL

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2019 is taking place in Malmö, Sweden, 19-24 September. The festival is the biggest film festival for Nordic documentary and short films, and provides a unique opportunity to benchmark the Nordic short and documentary film scene, network with the Nordic film industry, watch films made by the most recognized Nordic film directors and to discover new promising and aspiring Nordic talents.

The annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is organized by Nordisk Panorama with generous support from the City of Malmö, Film i Skåne and Region Skåne. Since 2013, the festival has been permanently located in Malmö and this year it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

Hussain Currimbhoy is this year’s guest documentary programmer together with associate programmer Nadia Abraham, Festival Director, Faroe Islands International Minority Film Festival. Hussain is Artistic Director of The Red Sea Film Festival in Jeddah and previously worked as programmer at the Sundance Film Festival.  Programmer for Short Film is Sam Groves, he is also Programmer at the Flatpack Festival in Birmingham.

Full programme will be available late august on www.nordiskpanorama.com, via social media and other platforms.

 

June 2019


 

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival – 30th edition

Blue is the warmest color and this year we celebrate our 30th edition of the festival by going blue! A throwback to our roots and a celebration of the history of Nordisk Panorama.

While many of you are getting ready for the summer, the Nordisk Panorama team and the planning of this year’s festival programme is at steaming high speed. Very soon we will make the competition programme official!

We invite you all to come visit Malmö for six packed days – get ready for 19-24 September!

Follow the 30th anniversary campaign on Youtube, Instagram and Facebook.

Early Bird discount before 15 August

Register here before 15 August to get the early bird discount on an industry accreditation and join the fantastic community of international and Nordic short and documentary representatives attending the 30th edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival, 19-24 September 2019 in Malmö, Sweden.

The early bird fee is 795 DKK (107 €). The fee for students is 575 DKK (77 €).

NP Industry Accreditation

120 Submissions to Nordisk Panorama Forum

For the 26th edition of Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries we have received no less than 120 projects from the Nordic and Baltic countries.

The selection process is now in progress and the selected projects will be announced mid July.

If you want to participate in Nordisk Panorama Forum, don’t forget to sign up for the forum accreditation by the deadline 1 August. Seats are limited, so don’t be late.

The 26th NP Forum takes place in Malmö, Sweden, 22-24 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival. Check out the preliminary forum programme here.

NP Forum Accreditation

Nordisk Panorama Market Submission

You can still submit your films completed in 2019 to Nordisk Panorama Market, where buyers, distributors, sales agents and programmers screen films all day long during the festival. Your film will also be available to buyers, distributors, sales agents and programmers at our online streaming service Nordisk Panorama Market Online.

Deadline for submission of films completed in 2019 to the market is 1 August. Click here for regulations and online submission.

Nordisk Panorama Market Submission

Nordisk Panorama at Malmö Sommarscen

Can’t wait to see groundbreaking documentaries and short films? During the summer of 2019 Nordisk Panorama Film Festival will be hosting screenings in collaboration with Sommarscen Malmö.

Meet up in Rönneholmsparken for the screenings of Becoming Astrid + Hvalagapet, 13 July  and at Sevedsplan to see our opening film at the festival 2018, Leslie on Fire, 27 July.

Who else is coming? Check out the facebook events for the two evenings here: Unga Astrid + Hvalagapet, Leslie Brinner

Becoming Astrid Director: Pernille Fischer Christensen | Sweden 2018 | 123 min | dialogue in Swedish

Hvalagapet Director: Liss-Anett Steinskog | Norway 2017 | 13 min | dialogue in Norwegian | English subtitles

Leslie on Fire Director: Stefan Berg | Sweden 2018 | 80 min | dialogue in Swedish

See you there!

dok.incubator preview 2019

The climax of dok.incubator 2019 will take place in the middle of this year´s festival on Sunday 22 September at 9:30. The final professional audience presentations of the eight chosen 2019 documentary projects – dok.incubator Preview – are to be held. Be sure to book your calendar in order not to miss out!

One Nordic film together with seven international projects get the exclusive opportunity to hear the feedback on their rough-cuts from film industry experts. All eight projects will be presented at dok.incubator preview during Nordisk Panorama on Sunday 22 September at 9:30.

Read more here.

Norwegian Docs Looking to Create Impact, Sign Up for Our Workshop

We have just finished our second impact workshop, this time in Iceland, and now we are calling for Norwegian documentary projects looking to create impact for our upcoming impact workshop taking place 23-25 October in Norway.

Norwegian filmmakers and producers, don’t miss this opportunity to strategize and plan your future campaigns under the thorough guidance of our experts Ove Rishøj Jensen and Anna Ljungmark.

The deadline to apply with a project is 14 August. Read more and apply here.

The workshop is arranged in collaboration with NFI:LAB and supported by Nordisk Kulturfond.

Find Co-Production Partners at Producers Meet Producers

Nordisk Panorama Forum will kick off with the popular networking event Producers Meet Producers Sunday 22 September, featuring snappy presentations, tailored match-making and round table discussions.

At this event Nordic and Baltic producers will also get a chance to meet this year’s US delegation arranged in co-operation with the International Documentary Association (IDA). This is a perfect place to find suitable co-production partners and form the bonds necessary to access funds across borders.

Producers can sign up for the event when registering for accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Forum as either pitch teams, observers+ or observers before 1 August. Seats are limited and producers are asked to fill in a motivation for participation in the event when registering.

Meet the US Delegation at NP Forum

Each year the forum welcomes a small delegation of producers from a guest territory, and this year we are happy to welcome a US delegation.

The US producers will participate in the networking event Producers Meet Producers, where they will present themselves. Furthermore there will be a presentation of the delegation’s production landscape Sunday afternoon open to all forum participants. Read more.

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2019

Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2019 here. If your film receives an award this year, please let us know.

Dates & Deadlines

Dates & Deadlines Coming Up

Don’t be late! Find upcoming international deadlines for shorts & docs festivals, workshops, funding opportunities and much more here!

May 2019


 

Submit Your Projects for Nordisk Panorama Forum – Deadline Today

The deadline for submission of projects for the 26th Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries is today 23 May.

Nordisk Panorama Forum is the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community, taking place 22-24 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden.

Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes independent Nordic documentary projects in all stages. The forum is also open to series and cross-media documentary projects with a film or television component.

To apply for Nordisk Panorama Forum, read the guidelines and make sure you have everything ready and submitted online today.

23 May 2019: Submission of forum projects

Accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is Now Open

Register here before 15 August to get the early bird discounton an industry accreditation and join the prominent community of international and Nordic short and documentary representatives attending the festival. The early bird fee is 795 DKK (107 €). The fee for students is 575 DKK (77 €).

To apply for a Nordisk Panorama Forum seat, please fill in the forum accreditation by the deadline 1 August.

Co-Host a Happy Hour at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2019

We are continuing the success with our Nordisk Panorama Happy Hour at Grand Öl & Mat.

This year we want to host it with you!

Take the opportunity to be an official host for one of our four happy hours and introduce yourself, your company or your next project to the festival.

Contact us at post@nordiskpanorama.com or read more about partnering and sponsorship here.

Big Nordic Delegation at Sheffield Doc/Fest

Executive Director Anita Reher and Forum manager Christina Jul Gregersen will be at Sheffield Doc/Fest with an impressive Nordic delegation. 15 Nordic projects have been selected for this year’s MeetMarket and 11 films with Nordic involvement can be enjoyed in the official selection.

Together with the Nordic film institutes we will be hosting the Scandinavian Reception Monday 10 June 5:00-6:30 PM at Ambulo Millennium Gallery (48 Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2PP). All accredited guests are invited to meet the Nordics over a drink (or two)! Don’t miss it!

Nordics in Sheffield, don’t miss our Nordic dinner also on Monday 10 June 7:30 PM at Cubana Tapas Bar. We have booked a table and a set menu at 20,50 GBP excl. tax and beverages. Pre-booking needed! Sign up by sending your name to forumcoordinator@nordiskpanorama.com by Wednesday 5 June.

We are in Sheffield 9-12 June. To set up a meeting, please find our contact details here.

Nordic Delegation with Discount to Sunny Side of the Doc

Partnering with EDN, we are coordinating the Nordic delegation to Sunny Side of the Doc 24-27 June 2019 in La Rochelle, France, securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access.

Sunny Side is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 top-level buyers, commissioners and distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 50 countries.

Get a unique opportunity to join Sunny Side of the Doc’s worldwide network and save up to €75 on your accreditation! Read more here.

Count Down to Our Impact Workshop
in Iceland

One month to go to our three-day impact workshop in Reykjavik where Icelandic producers and directors will be introduced to impact production and will shape the strategies for their documentary impact and outreach campaigns.

We are happy to announce the selected projects!

The workshop combines presentations by our two impact experts, Ove Rishøj Jensen and Anna J Ljungmark with hands on work with shaping a concrete strategy for each of the selected documentary projects.

Read more here and stay tuned for info on our next workshop in Norway in the fall.

Meet Us at Hamburg International Short Film Festival

Market Manager Maria Stoianova is attending Hamburg International Short Film Festival 6-9 June. Maria is there to expand the international network and to promote Nordisk Panorama and the new films available at Nordisk Panorama Market Online, our free streaming service for international tv-buyers, sales agents, distributors and festival programmers.Reach Maria at maria@nordiskpanorama.com or at +45 3132 0212.

Nordic Award Winners of 2019

Nordic short films and documentaries take home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2019 here. If your film receives an award this year, please let us know at film@nordiskpanorama.com.

Dates & Deadlines Coming Up

Don’t be late! Find upcoming international deadlines for short & doc film festivals, workshops, funding opportunities and much more here!

 

 

April Newsletter 2019


 

Call for Projects for the 26th Edition of Nordisk Panorama Forum

The 26th Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries is now open for submission of projects. Nordisk Panorama Forum is the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community, taking place 22-24 September during Nordisk Panorama in Malmö, Sweden.

Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes independent documentary projects in all stages from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland, The Faroe Islands, Åland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The forum is also open to cross-media documentary projects with a film or television component and documentary series.

To apply for Nordisk Panorama Forum, check out the guidelines and make sure you have everything ready and submitted online by the deadline 23 May. Read the full call for projects here. The deadline for accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Forum is 1 August.

23 May 2019: Submission of forum projects
1 August 2019: forum accreditation

Icelandic Docs Looking to Create Impact, Sign Up for Our Workshop

We have just finished our first impact workshops in Finland and now we are calling for documentary projects looking to create impact for our Icelandic impact workshop coming up 18-20 June.

Icelandic filmmakers and producers, don’t miss this opportunity to strategize and plan your future campaigns under the guidance of our experts Ove Rishøj Jensen and Anna Ljungmark.

The deadline is 29 April. Read more here.

In the fall our workshop will be coming to Oslo, Norway, so Norwegian producers stay tuned for more information.

Meet the Nordic Delegation at Hot Docs

Great Nordic docs have been selected for the 2019 edition of Hot Docs, taking place in Toronto, Canada, 25 April-5 May 2019.

Nordisk Panorama has coordinated a Nordic delegation of documentary professionals who will be attending different parts of the event, so there should be a good chance of meeting us at either the screenings, the International Co-Production Day, the Hot Docs Forum or just around.

Impact Manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be present at the festival 28 April-1 May. To get in touch with Lea, send her an email or contact her at +45 6170 6778.

Join the Nordic Delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest in June

Going to Sheffield Doc/Fest? We are coordinating the Nordic delegation to UK’s premier documentary marketplace, festival and conference taking place 6-11 June 2019 securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access.

As a festival partner we can offer a limited number of festival passes at a discounted rate of £219 + VAT (standard price £309). They are on a first come, first served basis though so don’t hesitate too long if you want to get a hold of one.

Read more on how to become a part of the delegation here
Deadline for sign-up: 3 May 2019.

Interns to Nordisk Panorama Festival

Do you love short films and documentaries? Working with people? Do you have a burning passion for planning events or communication?

Then we’d love for you to be part of Nordisk Panorama 2019. Check out the different types of internships here and keep a lookout on our website for jobs and other intern opportunities.

Nordic Offer for Sunny Side of the Doc

Partnering with EDN, we are coordinating the Nordic delegation to Sunny Side of the Doc 24-27 June 2019 in La Rochelle, France, securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access.

Sunny Side is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 top-level buyers, commissioners and distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 50 countries.

Get a unique opportunity to join Sunny Side of the Doc’s worldwide network and save up to €75 on your accreditation! Read more here.

Nordic Projects selected for dok.incubator 2019

dok.incubator has announced the final selection of talented filmmakers whose projects will be supported in 2019. The list includes two documentaries from the Nordic region – Finnish documentary Själö: Island of Souls and the project As I Want with Danish editor Thomas Papapetros.

In Själö: Island of Souls (Finland), the director Lotta Petronella, researches the past of the island and its previous residents, from mentally ill women locked in the asylum to scientists researching the nature of the island.

As I Want (Denmark, France, Egypt, Palestine) by Samaher Alqadi captures not only the birth of the Woman’s Rights Movement of Egypt, a response to waves of attacks against women, but also the director‘s innner-awakening that confronts the painful childhood traumas that shaped her.

The films will be presented at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival taking place 19-24 September in Malmö, Sweden.

Själö: Island of Souls by director Lotta Petronella
Two Nordic films developed in last year’s dok.incubator have had a very successful festival run. The Men’s Room by Petter Sommer and Jo Vemund Svendsen (Norway) just won the NORDIC:DOX competition at CPH:DOX.The film Gods of Molenbeek (Finland) directed by Reetta Huhtanen, won the Special Prize and Church Media Foundation Prize at Tampere Film Festival as well as the Audience Award and Critic’s Choice Award at DocPoint Helsinki. It has among others been selected for Göteborg Film Festival, Visions du Réel and Hot Docs.Participating film professionals – drawn from around the world – will have the opportunity to work intensely on their documentary films with the support of well-known producers, editors and sales agents, including Danish producer Sigrid Dyekjær and editor Pernille Bech Christensen. You can find more information about the selected projects and tutors here.

Meet Us at DOK.fest Munich

Nordisk Panorama’s Executive Director Anita Reher has been invited to be part of the documentary jury at DOK.fest Munich and will be there 8-12 May.

Please find her contact details here to set up a meeting.

Nordic Award Winners of 2019

Nordic short films and documentaries take home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2019 here. If your film receives an award this year, please let us know.

Dates & Deadlines Coming Up

Don’t be late! Find upcoming international deadlines for short & doc film festivals, workshops, funding opportunities and much more here!

 

 

 

April 2019


 

Final Call to Submit Your Film to Nordisk Panorama 2019!

Now is the time to submit your short and documentary films to the 30th Edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival as well as Nordisk Panorama Market!

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is the annual gathering point and the place to be for the Nordic short and documentary film community and their films.

Submit your 2019 productions by 15 April and mark your calendar for Nordisk Panorama in Malmö 19-24 September 2019.

Submission for Festival Competitions:
Films completed in 2018: 15 February
Films completed in 2019: 15 April

Submission for Market:
Films completed in 2018: 15 April
Films completed in 2019: 1 August

To be eligible for the festival and market, the film must:

  • qualify as an independent production
  • qualify as a Nordic production or be directed by a Nordic director
  • be completed within the current or preceding year
  • be subtitled in English or English versioned

Documentaries are accepted in any length and short films include all forms of animation, fiction and experimental films of up to 60 minutes.

Click here for regulations and submit your film here.

Nordisk Panorama Festival

Nordisk Panorama Festival screens the best Nordic shorts and docs in three competition programmes and in Nordic side programmes. The festival also features seminars, masterclasses and social events.

Nordisk Panorama is a qualifying festival for the ACADEMY AWARDS® short film category.

Nordisk Panorama Market

Nordisk Panorama Market is the only place that offers a comprehensive overview of Nordic short and documentary film production, from films completed in the past year to titles in the pipeline.

The market films are presented to international buyers, distributors and programmers during the event as well as at Nordisk Panorama Market Online all year round.

Submitting your film to the market also gives you and your film unique access to the international professionals in place through pre-booked one-to-one meetings.

A paid film in the market will give a key person from the film a discount on the Nordisk Panorama accreditation.

March 2019


Press Release

Nordisk Panorama Announces 2019 Festival Programming Team

21 March 2019

Hussain Currimbhoy, Programmer, Sundance Film Festival, will serve as this year’s guest documentary programmer together with associate programmer Nadia Abraham, Festival Director, Faroe Islands International Minority Film Festival. The short film section will be programmed by Sam Groves, Programmer, Flatpack Festival.

We are thrilled about our 30th Anniversary programming team. Hussain Currimbhoy will bring his international perspective to the selection of documentary films for Nordisk Panorama. Nadia Abraham, a young talented programmer from the Faroe Islands, will be working closely with Currimbhoy and benefit from his extensive experience and network. We are also excited that Sam Groves will be programming our short film section since he has a proven record of finding short films that push the boundaries of storytelling.

Our goal is to promote Nordic talent, not just filmmakers but also programmers, and to create opportunities for them globally, and to expand the diversity of voices in the film community. We believe this year’s team will select outstanding films from one of the world’s best regions for filmmaking — the Nordic countries — delighting audiences and helping us celebrate our 30th year of presenting the most accomplished work of our filmmakers.

Currimbhoy said, “I’m proud to be this year’s guest programmer at Nordisk Panorama. It is such a fun event. I’ve been attending for a decade and it has been one of my favorite documentary events in Europe. I can’t wait to get cooking with my friends in Malmö.”

Groves said, “It’s such a pleasure to be returning as the Short Film Programmer for Nordisk Panorama. The Nordic countries continue to nurture extraordinary filmmaking talent and it’s a privilege to be part of a festival that plays a significant role in the careers of so many brilliant filmmakers.”

Bios:
Hussain Currimbhoy is a programmer for the Sundance Film Festival. From 2008 until he joined Sundance in 2014, Hussain was director of programming for the Sheffield Doc/Fest in the United Kingdom. Currimbhoy was born in Canada and has lived and worked in Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK before making Los Angeles his home. He started RVO4, a touring short film festival, and curated film programs for the Australian Centre for the Moving Image after graduating from the Victorian College of Art in Melbourne, Australia in 2002. He wrote and directed eight short films and is a regular guest speaker at festivals and film schools around the world. Currimbhoy is also one of the co-founders of POC2 (Programmers of Colour Collective) established in 2018 with a mission to increase the diversity of festival programmers and international film festival staffs and to build a network to develop new talent.

Nadia Abraham is the founder and artistic director of the Faroe Islands International Minority Film Festival (FIMFF). Her career began in theatre, studying in Gothenburg and New York. Her love for films, and activism through art, eventually lead her to leading her own festival. The festival was founded December 2016 in the Faroe Islands, where Nadia grew up. Being Faroese/Palestinian she saw an underrepresentation of minority groups, such as the LGBTQIA and QTPOC community, and wanted to make a change, debuting September 2017. The aim of the festival is to build a bridge between minorities and marginalised groups in the Nordic region and the rest of the world. We believe in social change and the celebration of diversity through cinema by creating a forum for dialogue through film and art about queer, trans, and people of color.

Sam Groves is the Programmer for one of the UK’s key cultural happenings, the Flatpack Festival in Birmingham, where he has been programming since 2011. Prior to that Sam founded KINO 10, a peripatetic short film exhibition company, and was the film programmer for the UK’s largest free arts festival Artsfest. Specialising in programming shorts, animation, experimental, live cinema, and AV performances, Sam has curated work all over the world including Germany, Estonia, Hong Kong, and Thailand. He has also recently become an Artist Adviser for Jerwood Arts in the UK.

March Newsletter 2019


 

Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs to Nordisk Panorama by 15 April!

Now is the time to submit your Nordic shorts & docs to this year’s Nordisk Panorama Film Festival & Market! Check out the deadlines & mark your calender for the 30th anniversary edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden, 19-24 September 2019!

Besides presenting the biggest documentary award in the Nordic region, Nordisk Panorama is an Oscar qualifying festival in the short film category. On top of this, Nordisk Panorama Market serves international buyers, distributors and programmers during the event and all year round.

Submission for Festival Competitions:

Films completed in 2018: 15 February
Films completed in 2019: 15 April

Submission for Market:

Films completed in 2018: 15 April
Films completed in 2019: 1 August

Click here for more information and to submit. Don’t miss out. Submit your film today!

US Delegation to NP – Call for Producers

We’re happy to announce that we are partnering with International Documentary Association in bringing in a group of US producers to our pitching forum in September. We will also welcome a number of American decision-makers to the pitching and meeting tables.

With this collaboration we aim to strengthen co-production ties between the United States and the Nordic countries.

If you know just the right producer, we would love to hear from you! Read more about it here.

Impact Pitch in Helsinki

Finnish friends and friends who are in Helsinki on the 17th of April – don’t miss the chance to see 6 amazing documentary projects pitch!

The projects have been developing their impact goals and strategies in workshops organised in collaboration between DocPoint IMPACT and Nordisk Panorama. It’s going to be an amazing day, so register now! More info will follow here.

Our impact manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be there. Reach her by email or at +45 6170 6778 to set up a meeting.

Nordic Offer for Sunny Side of the Doc

Partnering with EDN, we are coordinating the Nordic delegation to Sunny Side of the Doc 24-27 June 2019 in La Rochelle, France, securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access.

Sunny Side is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 top-level buyers, commissioners and distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 50 countries.

Get a unique opportunity to join Sunny Side of the Doc’s worldwide network and save up to €75 on your accreditation! Read more here.

Sunny Side of the Doc is calling for projects for the 30th anniversary edition. Nordics, submit your projects by 19 April.

Interns to Nordisk Panorama Festival

Do you love short films and documentaries? Working with people? Do you have a burning passion for planning events or communication? Or want to learn about financing and distribution of shorts and docs?
Then we’d love for you to be part of Nordisk Panorama 2019. Check out the different types of internships here and keep a lookout on our website for jobs and other opportunities. Deadline for the internships at our pitching forum coming up on Sunday 17 March.

Join the Nordic Delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest in June

Going to Sheffield Doc/Fest? We are coordinating a Nordic delegation to UK’s premier documentary marketplace, festival and conference taking place 6-11 June 2019 securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access.

As a festival partner we can offer a limited number of festival passes at a discounted rate of £219 + VAT (standard price £309). They are on a first come, first served basis though so don’t hesitate too long if you want to get hold of one.

Read more on how to become a part of the delegation here
Deadline for sign-up: 3 May 2019.

Meet us at CPH:DOX and BUFF

CPH:DOX will kick off in Copenhagen next week with lots of great Nordic docs screening and you can meet our team there.

Our festival producer Viktor Jepson will be exploring the festival. Executive Director Anita Reher, Market Manager Maria Stoianova and Impact Manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be at CPH:FORUM where our forum manager Christina Jul Gregersen will be helping out with the networking.

Anita and Viktor will be attending BUFF 23-29 March in Malmö, diving into films for children and young people.

Please find our contact details here to set up a meeting.

Happy Easter – the Office is Closed

The office will be closed from Thursday 18 April and over Easter. We’re back again on Tuesday 23 April.

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2019

Already from the beginning of the year, awards are starting to roll in for Nordic short films and documentaries from all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2019 here. If your film receives an award this year, please let us know.

Dates & Deadlines Coming Up

Don’t be late! Find upcoming international deadlines for shorts & docs festivals, workshops, funding opportunities and much more here!

February Newsletter 2019


Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs to Nordisk Panorama 2019


Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is calling for Nordic shorts and docs from last year. Besides presenting the biggest documentary award in the Nordic region, Nordisk Panorama is an Oscar qualifying festival in the short film category. On top of this, Nordisk Panorama Market serves international buyers, distributors and programmers during the event and all year round.

Don’t miss out!
Submit your film tomorrow!

Submission for Festival Competitions:

Films completed in 2018: 15 February
Films completed in 2019: 15 April

Find out more about the submission here and mark your calender for the 30th Anniversary edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden, 19-24 September 2019!

Are you Nordisk Panorama’s new PR & Communication Wizard?


Do you want to work in a dynamic team with you leading the way in creative communication engaging both filmmakers and their audience?

Nordisk Panorama is looking for someone with strong skills and experience in communicating in the Malmö region. This person will play a key role in building and executing a communication and marketing strategy for the festival to reach audiences within all age groups as well as industry guests.

Please note that Swedish communication skills are a requirement for the position.

Read more and apply here.
Deadline for application: 28 February
Interviews will be held on a running basis.

Nordic Impact Workshops Coming Up

Nordisk Panorama is starting a new initiative, hosting impact workshops across the Nordic countries, financed by Nordisk Kulturfond. The first one will take place in Finland in collaboration with DocPoint Impact.

Nordisk Panorama’s impact manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be in Helsinki for the first Finnish workshop 24-26 February and again for the second workshop in April.

Get in touch with Lea by email or call her at +45 6170 6778. Stay tuned for more info.

Meet us at Tampere Film Festival

Market Manager Maria Stoianova will travel to Tampere Film Festival 7-10 March to meet with the Finnish industry.

If you are in Tampere, don’t miss Nordisk Panorama’s infamous Nordic Vodka Hour. Join the Nordisk Panorama team for a drink Friday 8 March at 18:00 at the festival centre.

Get in touch with Maria by email or call her at +45 3132 0212.

Intern Wanted for Nordisk Panorama’s Pitching Forum for Documentaries

Want to learn from the best when it comes to pitching, matchmaking and financing documentaries? And would you like to be part of the professional team behind the best Nordic pitching forum for documentaries?

Then maybe you are just the intern we are looking for to help us out with the preparations of Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries, which takes place in September 2019.

Read more and apply here.
Deadline for application: 15 March

Nordic Discount to Hot Docs

Nordisk Panorama is coordinating the Nordic delegation to Hot Docs, securing Nordic professionals value-for-money access to North America’s top doc event in Toronto, Canada 25 April-5 May 2019.

Sign up for the Nordic delegation now to make sure you get a discounted all-access pass for only CAD 650 ex. tax (early-bird price CAD 929)!

The discount is available until the all-access passes are sold out. The deadline to sign up is 1 March, but the sooner you register the better the chances. Last year the all-access passes were sold out early March.

Once you have registered for your all-access pass you can apply to the one-on-one Deal Maker meetings with broadcasters and funders from around the world (Submission deadline: 14 February) and to the Distribution Rendevouz meetings with top level distributors, sales agents and festival programmers (Submission deadline: 14 March).

Read more on how to be part of the delegation here.

Names in the News

Who’s where now:
Producer Ulla Simonen to Head AVEK

January Newsletter 2019


The 2018 winner of the Nordisk Panorama Award for Best Documentary: The Deminer by Hogir Hirori

Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs From 2018 to Nordisk Panorama 2019!

Now is the time to submit your Nordic shorts & docs to this year’s Nordisk Panorama Film Festival & Market! Check out the deadlines & mark your calender for the 30th anniversary edition of Nordisk Panorama in Malmö, Sweden, 19-24 September 2019!

Submission for Festival Competitions:

Films completed in 2018: 15 February
Films completed in 2019: 15 April

Submission for Market:

Films completed in 2018: 15 April
Films completed in 2019: 1 August

Click here for more information and to submit.

dok.incubator Calls for Feature Docs in Rough-cut Stage – Deadline 30 January

The rough-cut workshop dok.incubator invites ambitious directors, producers and editors with rough-cut docs to work with top international tutors for 6 months of intensive editing and project development!

Eight projects in rough-cut stage will be selected to participate. During 3 workshops in April/May, June and September teams of producer-director-editor will focus the film’s unique perspective and sharpen the storytelling, placing it within the international context and finding concrete tools to effectively approach future audiences. Intensive work on editing, distribution and audience building work upgrades your rough-cut to a high-end film with the potential to meet a worldwide interest.

At Nordisk Panorama we look forward to hosting the final presentation of the films selected as a proud partner of dok.incubator.

The deadline is coming up on 30 January. Find more info and apply here to join some of the previous participants in their success:

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival there are SIX films connected with dok.incubator in competitions!

Three films from dok.incubator 2017/18 – Lapü /CO/, The Disappearance of My Mother /IT/ and The Edge of Democracy/BR/ – and another three made by the workshop’s ex-participants and tutors, including Finnish director Tonislav Hristov’s The Magic Life of V, presented at Nordisk Panorama Forum.

Intern to Nordisk Panorama Market

Do you want to get a unique insight into the Nordic short and documentary film world? Do you want to be part of the top professional team behind the international market place at Nordisk Panorama?

Then you could be just the intern we are looking for to join our team for the preparations of Nordisk Panorama Market taking place in September 2019.

From our Copenhagen office, you will be working closely with the Market team as well as liaise with all other departments of the festival.

Deadline for application: 1 February. Read the full ad here.

One of the talented Nordic teams pitching at Hot Docs 2018

Discount to Hot Docs with the NP Nordic Delegation

Nordisk Panorama is coordinating the Nordic delegation to Hot Docs, securing Nordic professionals value-for-money access to North America’s top doc event Hot Docs in Toronto, Canada.

Sign up for the Nordic delegation now to make sure you get a discounted all access pass for only CAD 650 ex. tax (early-bird price CAD 929)!

The discount is available until the all access passes are sold out. The deadline to sign up is 1 March, but the sooner you register the better the chances. Last year the all access passes were sold out early March.

Once you have registered for your all access pass you can apply to the one-on-one Deal Maker meetings with broadcasters and funders from around the world (Submission deadline: 14 February) and to the Distribution Rendevouzmeetings with top level distributors, sales agents and festival programmers (Submission deadline: 14 March).

Read more on how to be part of the delegation here.

The Nordisk Panorama Board of 2019

The board of Nordisk Panorama has been constituted.The Board consists of five board members, one from each Nordic country, all active in the short film and/or documentary sector in their respective countries. The national board members are elected for a term of four years by the national advisory groups representing the relevant associations of independent filmmakers and producers in each country.

The NP Board 2019 consists of:

Liisa Karpo (Chairman), napafilms ltd, Finland
Kerstin Übelacker (Vice Chairman), WG Film, Independent Filmmakers’ Organisation (OFF), Sweden
Ingvil Giske, Medieoperatørene AS, Norske Produsentforeningen, Norway
Anna Þóra Steinþórsdóttir, Klipp ehf., Iceland
Jesper Jack, House of Real, Danish Producers’ Association, Denmark

Meet Us at Minimalen, the Berlinale & in Clermont-Ferrand

Market Manager Maria Stoianova will be at Minimalen Short Film Festival 23-26 January for the Nordic Shorts Expo.

Maria will also attend Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Market 3-6 February. Besides promoting Nordisk Panorama to an ever expanding network of professionals, Maria is present in Clermont-Ferrand to promote the Nordic shorts & docs at our streaming service Nordisk Panorama Market Online, available for free to buyers, sales agents and festivals on the look-out for high quality Nordic content.

No less than 7 Nordic films are selected for competition in Clermont-Ferrand. See the list of films here.

You can also meet us at the Berlinale where Managing Director Anita Reher will have meetings with partners and promote Nordisk Panorama to market professionals 8-13 February.

To reach Anita, send her an email or call her at +45 6013 7513. To set up a meeting with Maria, send her an email or contact her at +45 3132 0212.

Names in the News

Who’s where now:
Murray Battle Leaving Knowledge Network
DOK Leipzig Looking for New Artistic Director & CEO

December 2018


 

From All of Us to All of You

Congratulations to All Nordic Short & Doc
Award Winners 2018

Every year at Nordisk Panorama we are proud to see so many Nordic shorts & docs take home awards all over the world. Check out the award winners from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.We are looking forward to welcoming you to the 30th anniversary of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden, 19-24 September 2019.We wish you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!Anita, Christina, Lea, Maria, Viktor
The Nordisk Panorama Team

 

November 2018


 

Many Nordic Docs at IDFA – Meet Us There

This year at IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, (14-25 November) 17 docs with Nordic input can be enjoyed in the different sections of the festival and we are proud that more than half of them have been part of Nordisk Panorama as a project or finished film.

With 12 Nordic projects at IDFA Forum the Nordic countries are well represented in the official selection. This goes to show that Nordic docs continue to thrive! We are proud to say that 6 of these projects have previously been presented at Nordisk Panorama Forum. We congratulate all films and projects selected and look forward to following them at IDFA.

Director Anita Reher and Forum Manager Christina Jul Gregersen will be in Amsterdam promoting Nordic docs. We are available as your Nordic point of contact, so don’t be a stranger.

Curious About the dok.incubator Workshop? Meet our Partners at IDFA!

At Nordisk Panorama 8 international feature documentaries are presented before their release after they have been developed with our partner dok.incubator. Next week, one of the films from this year’s presentation will premiere at IDFA. Congratulations to Good Neighbours!

If you are interested in the dok.incubator workshop programme, considering applying with your rough-cut, want to know more about the dok.incubator filmmakers and their journeys or just feel like having a chat, you can meet our partners from dok.incubator at IDFA 15-21 November. Join them for a drink or arrange a meeting to discuss your film.

If you have a film close to the rough cut stage and intend to premiere at festivals in autumn 2019, then you can apply for the dok.incubator workshop before January 30. For more information take a look here

Meet Us in Winterthur

Nordisk Panorama’s Market Manager Maria Stoianova is attending the Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur and will be there until November 11.

Nordic Delegation to South Korea

Nordisk Panorama’s Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen just returned from South Korea where she attended Docs Port Incheon, a market in Incheon with lots of Asian documentary projects.

13 Nordic filmmakers took part in Nordisk Panoramas delegation to Docs Port Incheon presenting 7 projects in the Nordic pitch moderated by Catherine Olsen and our very own Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen.

A huge thank you to the amazing people behind DPI for a great partnership in building connections between Asia and the Nordics. Congratulations on a great event!!

Thank you to AVEK, the Finnish Film Foundation, Embassy of Denmark in Korea, Embassy of Sweden in Seoul and Korea Foundation for the support!

Photos from this Year’s Festival & Save the Date for 2019

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival took place during six intense days in September. Take a look at our selection of photos on facebook and instagram for a throwback to some of the many great moments during the festival.Oh, and don’t forget to save the date for the 30th anniversary of Nordisk Panorama: 19-24 September 2019!

October 2018


 

Nordic Delegation to Docs Port Incheon

Nordisk Panorama is proud to bring a delegation of Nordic producers and directors to the Asian documentary project market Docs Port Incheon in South Korea. 13 Nordic filmmakers are taking part in the delegation and 7 Nordic projects from Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway will pitch in a Nordic round table on Saturday 3 November.

The delegation has been arranged in cooperation with Docs Port Incheon to further co-production and knowledge sharing between the Nordic and South Korean documentary communities. 14 South Korean delegates working with documentaries attended Nordisk Panorama in Malmö in September 2018 and we are excited to help open up new territories of collaboration for the Nordic documentary community. Interim forum manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen is heading the delegation and will be in Incheon 1-5 November.  Read more.

Nordisk Panorama on tour

We´ve selected five short films that reflect the Nordic lifestyle. Come and join us at these three places in Skåne in October:

16/10 kl. 18.00Simrishamns Bibliotek
21/10 kl. 17.00 Gylleboverket
23/10 kl. 18.30 Biblioteket i Osby

Read more (in Swedish)>

 

September 2018


The award winners of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2018

 

Best Nordic Documentary

Winner

The Deminer by Hogir Hirori (SWE), 2017, 83 min, (Sweden) .

Honary Mention

Raghu Rai – An Unframed Portrait by Avani Rai (IND),  2017, 55 min, (Finland, India, Norway)

Best Nordic Short Film

Winner

Shadow Animals by Jerry Carlsson (SWE), 2017, 22 min, (Sweden)

Honorary Mention

The Green Valley by Ellen Ugelstad (NO), 2018, 24 min, (Norway)

Children’s Choice Award:

Winner 

Shadow Boxer by Andreas Bøggild Monies,  2017, 22 min, (Denmark)

Nordisk Panorama Audience Award:

Winner 

The Distant Barking of Dogs by Simon Lereng Wilmont (DK), 2017, 91 min (Denmark)

Press release >

Six days of Nordic short and documentary films in Malmö

Link to Swedish press release: https://bit.ly/2pjzBjJ

Link to press release film programme: https://bit.ly/2NgRfTK

Download press images: https://bit.ly/2Pg2VDF

Link to press release (in Swedish)  about Kinematografi: https://bit.ly/2Oubp9m

On Thursday 20 September, the doors open for the 29th edition of the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, with the opening film Leslie on Fire and the première party at Moriska Paviljongen.

35 films will be competing before juries for the titles of best Nordic documentary and short films in two different competitions Best Nordic Doc and Best Nordic Short. The Children’s Choice Award and the Audience Award will also be decided during the festival. In total, 59 Nordic short and documentary films will be shown at venues around Malmö, with Spegeln and Panora as the main cinemas.

Short facts:

  • 750 film industry guests
  • Over 500 submitted competition entries
  • 215 of the latest finished Nordic films are presented during Nordisk Panorama Market for distribution
  • 45 film projects are presented at the Forum to seek financing for a total of around 4 million euros
  • Over 700 industry meetings booked throughout the event

Read more>

 

August 2018


Program and tickets launched – Early Bird!

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Nordisk Panorama has now released the programme for this year’s film festival, which kicks off in Malmö on 20-25 September. And as in previous years, the majority of screenings will take place at Spegeln Cinema

but also at other exciting venues in Malmö. Festival tickets are released on Monday 20 August, and during the first week festival passes are available at the special price of SEK 300 instead of SEK 400.
Read more:

Eng: https://mailchi.mp/nordiskpanorama/en-programme-launch-1313545

Swe: https://mailchi.mp/nordiskpanorama/se-programme-launch

July 2018


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The official Nordisk Panorama Film Festival Competition Programme 2018 released!

“It has been a pleasure watching all submitted films and it’s been hard to choose. As always the quality of Nordic shorts and docs is very high. This year’s selection features films from all Nordic countries and stories from all over the world. The program is reflecting the world around us, near and far, as well as celebrating the joy of storytelling and filmmaking.” Says Maja Lindquist, Head of Programme.

Read more >>

 

June 2018


 

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Leslie on Fire is the opening film of the 2018 Nordisk Panorama Film Festival

The Nordisk Panorama Film Festival starts on Thursday 20th September with a major opening party at Moriskan with the world premiere of “Leslie on Fire” directed by Stefan Berg. The film is about dreams and adversities, will power and patience, masculinity norms and the liberating power of creativity. Read more >>

 

The New Director of Nordisk Panorama Announced

We are happy to share the news that the new director of Nordisk Panorama will be Anita Reher. Anita comes from a position as director of The Flaherty in New York which she has been running for the past 6 years. Read more >>