Nordisk Panorama News

November 2017


 

Many Nordic Docs at IDFA – Meet Us There

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This year at IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, (15-26 November) more than 30 films from the Nordic countries 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 7 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 Søren Poulsen, Forum Manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen and Market Manager Maria Stoianova will be in Amsterdam promoting Nordic docs. We are available as your Nordic point of contact, so don’t be a stranger.

Please find our contact info here to set up a meeting if there’s anything we can help you with.

Three Films from the dok.incubator Preview in the Main Competition at IDFA

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Nordisk Panorama presents 8 international feature documentaries before their release after they have been developed with our partner dok.incubator. Next week, three of this year’s films will premiere in the IDFA competition for Best Feature-Length Documentary.

Among them is the thought-provoking Norwegian documentary “Golden Dawn Girls”, which gives a rare insight into the personal lives of the women at the forefront of Greece’s Neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.

If you have a film close to the rough cut stage and intend to premiere at festivals in autumn 2018, then you can apply for the dok.incubator workshop before January 31. 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 12.

Nordisk Panorama in South Korea

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Forum Manager Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen just returned from South Korea where she attended Docs Port Incheon, a market in Incheon where 31 Asian documentary projects were presented.

Lea was there to present Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in preparation for our South Korean delegation in 2018 to Nordisk Panorama Forum.

Nordisk Panorama from an Award Winner’s Point of View

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We got hold of some of the award winners from this year’s Nordisk Panorama to get their perspective on the festival and here is what they said:

“The fusion of films and events was amazing, for example the sing-a-long cinema and the sauna screening, but also in the services like the app, the booking system and the opportunity to watch the festival films you missed online; e.g. we were able to see the fantastic film ”Bobbi Jene” on the train ride home.”
- Annika Karlsson & Jessica Karlsson, “Loving Lorna”

“For me the best thing about the festival was the director’s dinner because it forced me to meet new inspiring people. It was refreshing and a very nice experience.”
- Heta Jäälinoja, “Penelope”

“I am grateful to have been part of Nordisk Panorama. The atmosphere was really good and it was amazing to meet colleagues and other directors, artists, etc. in this setting. Also it was a unique opportunity to enjoy and see lots of great films.”
- Jonna Kina, “Arr. for a Scene”

We are very thankful for the positive feedback and hope to see all of you again next year!

Photos from this Year’s Festival & Save the Date for 2018

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Nordisk Panorama Film Festival took place during six intense days in September. Take a look at our selection of photos on Facebook for a throwback to some of the many great moments during the festival.

Oh, and don’t forget to save the date for Nordisk Panorama 2018: 20-25 September.

Come Work with Us at Nordisk Panorama

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We are looking for a Festival Manager to join our team of managers starting in February 2018.

The right person for the job is a professional and experienced project manager and team leader who is ready to take on the tasks of financing, budgeting, planning and producing a welcoming, fun and innovative event centered around bringing the best Nordic films to a growing audience in Southern Sweden.

Festival Manager for Nordisk Panorama

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

October 2017


FESTIVAL AFTER BLAST

The 2017 festival in review – the takeaways, the fun & the photos.

The 28th edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in 2017 became the year when we passed 1.000 delegates. Accredited guests from over 30 different countries visited Sweden and the festival´s fifth consecutive year in Malmö.

The diverse mix of film professionals and public audience is in many ways what makes the film festival a unique experience. The more than 50 Q&A sessions following film screenings are great examples of this and resulted in numerous fruitful meetings and discussions between the audience and the filmmakers behind the films.

Again in 2017 we continue to see an increase in our audience numbers including all events arranged during the festival, this year surpassing an audience of over 17 000 visitors. Over the last three years we have seen an increase of nearly 80%.
We also see that our audience in cinemas numbers continue to go up, thus proving last years exceptional 37% increase was kept and surpassed in 2017. The continued growth of the audience’s interest in short and documentary film leaves us thankful and thrilled.

We are very proud to announce a 56% increase of our youngest cinemagoers. This includes school bookings, with students up to 18 years old, attending our Young Nordics screenings as well as film screenings in the main programme.
The Virtual Reality experiences, this year, housed at the festival hub Inkonst, increased enormously with 260% more visitors participating in the diverse activities. This meant a lot of visitors indulging in Co-creation The Virtual Garden, Nothing Happens, Ego Cure, My Child Lebensborn and Le Jardin des Pensées. Nordisk Panorama and all our fantastic VR partners are ecstatic with this development!

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NP AWARD 2016 WINNERS

The Award Winners

During the festival we screened over 110 films, both in cinemas and various other Malmö venues made in to cinmeas. The best Nordic short and documentary films produced in 2016 and 2017 were selected, screened and competing for the Nordisk Panorama Awards. At the Forum and Market we provided a co-financing and promotion platform dedicated to funding, distribution, feedback, collaborations and exchange of experiences among filmmakers and decision-makers.

The 2017 Nordisk Panorama Award winners deserves many mentions and we proudly announced: Best Nordic Documentary “Last Men in Aleppo” [Denmark, Syria, Germany] directed by Feras Fayyad (SY), Best Nordic Short Film “Arr. for a Scene” [Finland, France] directed by Jonna Kina (FI), Best New Nordic Voice Documentary “Loving Lorna” [Sweden] directed by Jessica Karlsson (SE) & Annika Karlsson (SE), Best New Nordic Voice Short ”Penelope” [Estonia] directed by Heta Jäälinoja (FI), Children’s Choice Award “Schoolyard Blues” [Sweden] directed by Maria Eriksson (SE) and Nordisk Panorama Audience Award “The Celestial Darkroom” [Sweden, Belgium] directed by Nils Petter Löfstedt (SE).

NP 2016 COMPETITION FILMS
NP AWARD 2016 WINNERS

Finnish Focus

There was a lot of Sisu in Malmö during the 6 festival days highlighting this year’s Finnish Focus. Our Scream Along Cinema was packed with people taking part in a 30-minute screaming session orchestrated by a Finnish conductor. It was highly entertaining, to say the least, and left the audience with stronger vocal chords and lots of laughs. To combine sauna and cinema was a Finnish Focus hit, and Ribersborgs Kallbadhus was a perfect host for our Sauna Cinema. The Finnish hobbyhorse phenomena was introduced to the festival audience in numerous ways. At the opening night guests took on the indoor track following the screening of Hobbyhorse Revolution and at a public Saturday gathering in Malmö Folkets Park enthusiasts could try out the hobby that is taking the world by storm.
Kiitos Finland!

NP 2016 COMPETITION FILMS
NP AWARD 2016 WINNERS

2017 Conference Programme and Social Events

This year´s Conference Programme offered a wide variety of sessions providing know how and opportunities for filmmakers on the lookout for the latest trends at the international market. It also gave the public audience a chance to get a glimpse into the film industry.

Meeting, greeting and partying is an essential part of the festival experience and we were very happy with this year’s extended collaboration with Grand Öl & Mat hosting the industry Happy Hours and the Nordic Club Nights with concerts and happenings as well as a lively Festival Bar.

 

NP FORUM

A record number of more than 330 professionals from 22 countries attended Nordisk Panorama Forum 2017. 24 projects pitched at NP Forum to more than 70 decision-makers while an additional 22 projects were presented in one-to-one meetings. More than 530 pre-booked meetings took place over the two afternoons of the forum. We are looking forward to following the projects, seeing the results and hopefully welcoming back the finished films at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival.

NP 2016 COMPETITION FILMS
NP AWARD 2016 WINNERS

NP MARKET

The Market was buzzing with over 100 international decision-makers from 19 countries, making great use of the screening facilities, the closed screenings, one-to-one meetings, Work-in-Progress presentations and this years Conference Programme.

Finally, we have the photos to prove all the fun. If you haven´t seen them yet, click and take a look around. Feel free to tag yourself, your colleagues and your friends!

Seen our photos yet?

NP Awards Gala Photos
Enjoy our selection of photos from the NP Awards Gala 2017. (Link to Facebook)
Opening Night Photos
Enjoy our selection of photos from the Opening Night 2017
Friday 22:nd Photos
A day filled of sauna, industry talks, happy hour & much much more
Saturday 23:rd Photos
Scream along, VR, Hobbyhorses, Seminars, How we Did it & more
Sunday 24:th Photos
A day filled with talks, meetings, party and great screenings
Monday 25:th Photos
Forum, Social, Green shots, talks, VR & more

 

September 2017


The Award winners of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017

On the night of the 26th of September the winners of the Nordisk Panorama Awards 2017 have been announced. The Awards Gala took place at Malmö City Town Hall and marks the end of a fantastic Nordisk Panorama Film festival 2017.

And the winners are:

Best Nordic Documentary

Winner
“Last Men in Aleppo” by Feras Fayyad (SY), 2017, 105 min, (Denmark, Syria, Germany).
Co-directed by Søren Steen Jespersen, Larm Film, DK

Motivation
The Award for the Best Nordic Documentary goes to this example of outstanding filmmaking portraying one of the greatest tragedies of our time. Risking their lives, with great respect for their characters and an impressive sensitivity to the complexity of war, the filmmakers take us into a world made up of choices that very few of us would be capable of making: Last Men in Aleppo.

Honary Mention
“Nowhere to Hide” by Zaradasht Ahmed (NO), 2016, 85 min, (Norway)

Motivation
We would like to give a special mention to a film that gives us a unique insight into the long-term consequences of war, from the perspective of an ordinary man whose life is turned upside-down: Nowhere to Hide.

Jury
Olivia Cooper-Hadjian, Cinema du Reél (France), Claire Aguilar, IDA (USA), Jerzy Sladkowski, Winner of the Best Nordic Documentary Award 2016 (Sweden)

About the Award
The Best Nordic Documentary Award is presented by the documentary jury to one of the 14 films in the Nordic Documentary Competition. The award goes to the director(s) of the film.

14 documentaries competed for the Nordic Documentary Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum is 11,000 € and is sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters DR, YLE, RUV, NRK and SVT.
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Best Nordic Short Film

Winner
Arr. for a Scene” by Jonna Kina (FI), 2017, 6 min, (Finland, France)

Motivation
This Award goes to a 5-minute long film shot on 35 mm in one take, because it shows the potential of what short film is when at its best. Shot within a short time, and thanks to the precise simplicity in the execution, it opens up multiple layers: for observation, perception and thinking. We see two people at work, creating something that is invisible – Sound.

There is no distraction, no unnecessary information: all the attention is on the different aspects of sound and how it’s being created.

It is a joy to watch the two foley artists coordinate with one another to create one layer of sound. Even though they are not looking at each other they seem to dance together. Every movement is carefully choreographed, rehearsed and performed with intense concentration. We cannot see what they are looking at – in fact they seem to look at us, the audience, while we are looking at them. Their performance creates a soundtrack for a movie that is not on the screen, but in the head of the viewer. Each viewer sees their own film in front of their inner eye, depending on his or her own individual imagination.
Slowly you start to realize that this soundtrack is familiar to you: the running water of a shower, a shower curtain, a stabbing. The individual imagination shifts into a collective remembrance of an iconic scene from the history of cinema.

As a staged documentary this film blurs the lines between cinema, theatre and art.

It is a film about filmmaking. But it is also a film about the shared experience of cinema.
And it brings us together by tapping into the collective memory we all have – the memory created by iconic movies. All this arranged in one scene and a few minutes.

Honorary Mention
“I Will Always Love You, Conny” by Amanda Kernell (SE), 
2017, 31 min, (Sweden, Denmark)

Jury
Anna Henckel Donnersmark, Berlinale (Germany), Derek Tan, Viddsee (Singapore), Peter Larsson, Winner of Best Nordic Short Film Award 2016 (Sweden).

About the Award
The Best Nordic Short Film Award is presented by the short film jury to one of the 28 films in the Nordic Short Film Competition. The prize-winning film will qualify for consideration in the Short Film Category of the Annual Academy Awards® without the standard theatrical run, provided that the film otherwise complies with the Academy rules. The award goes to the director(s) of the film.

28 short films competed for the Nordic Short Film Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum of 7,000 € is sponsored by the Nordic directors’ associations; Danish Film Directors, Directors Guild of Finland, Guild of Icelandic Film Directors, Norwegian Film Makers Association and Swedish Film Directors.
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Best New Nordic Voice

Winner Documentary

“Loving Lorna” by Jessica Karlsson (SE) & Annika Karlsson (SE), 2017, 61 min, (Sweden)

Motivation
A sensible and heart-gripping coming-of-age film about finding your way of living in a changing world, whether it’s the importance of keeping up tradition or breaking loose. We instantly fell in love with the lead character, a strong and beautiful young woman. We want her to stay the way she is: Loving Lorna.

Winner Short film

”Penelope” by Heta Jäälinoja (FI), 2016, 5 min, (Estonia)

Motivation
Speechless and with seemingly simple pencil lines, the film creates a timeless and limitless universe. The film is distinct and highly amusing, about a character coping with daily life. Home is not a prison, but life can be a mess.

Jury
Suvi Hanni, Tampere Film Agency (Finland), Jon Asp, Point of View (Sweden), Nicoline Skotte Jacobsen, Winner of the Best New Nordic Voices Award 2016 (Denmark).

About the Award
The New Nordic Voices Competition introduces promising new Nordic filmmakers. The filmmakers’ works have not previously been in the Nordisk Panorama competition programme, and selected films are among the first releases by the filmmaker.

The Best New Nordic Voice Award is divided in a full length documentary prize and a short film prize presented by the New Nordic Voices jury to two of the 13 films. The award goes to the directors of the two winning films.

13 films competed for the New Nordic Voice Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum for the competition is 3,500 €, split between the two winners, and sponsored by Film i Skåne.
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Children’s Choice Award: 

Winner 
“Schoolyard Blues” by Maria Eriksson (SE),  2017, 17 min, (Sweden)

Jury
The young audience of Nordisk Panorama Film festival 2017

About the Award
The films in the Young Nordics programme compete for the love of our most critical audience. We ask the youngest viewers to tell us which film they liked the best and we’ll award the winner with a Children’s Choice award, as well as an invitation to attend next year’s festival.

Nordisk Panorama Audience Award: 

Winner 
“The Celestial Darkroom” by Nils Petter Löfstedt (SE), 2017, 79 min (Sweden, Belgium)

Jury
The audience of Nordisk Panorama Film festival 2017

About the Award
To win the prize of the audience of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is among the finest appreciation a filmmaker can get. The audience can vote for any of the Nordic short films and documentaries competing in the main competition programmes and the new Nordic films in the special programmes.

Sponsored by
The Nordisk Panorama Audience Award prize sum is 2,500 € and is sponsored by the City of Malmö.
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See you again in 2018!/ The Nordisk Panorama Team
FACTS – Nordisk Panorama Film Festival
21-26 September in Malmö, Sweden
28th edition of the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival
6 festival days, with Finland in focus
110 films was screened
Over 1000 accredited film industry guests (from 32 countries)
562 submitted competition entries
3 main competitions and 5 Awards, including the Audience Award and Children’s Choice AwardA BRIEF HISTORY
The annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is organised by Malmö Stad, Film i Skåne and Nordisk Panorama. After it began in 1990, the festival rotated between the five Nordic countries, which took turns to be host city. Since 2013, the festival has found a home in Malmö, a city that invests in film and where there is a large audience for short and documentary films.
THE MAIN COMPETITION NOMINEES 2017Best Nordic Documentary“Bobbi Jene”, Elvira Lind, 2017, 94 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“Death of a Child”, Frida Matilda Barkfors & Lasse Barkfors, 2017, 79 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“DRIB”, Kristoffer Borgli, 2017, 93 min, (Norway)
“Hobbyhorse Revolution”, Selma Vilhunen, 2016, 89 min, (Finland, Sweden)
“I Called him Morgan”, Kasper Collin, 2016, 92 min, (Sweden, USA)
“Last Men in Aleppo”, Feras Fayyad, 2017, 105 min, (Denmark, Syria, Germany)
“Letters to a Serial Killer”, Manal Masri, 2017, 85 min, (Sweden)
“Liberation Day”, Morten Traavik, 2016, 98 min, (Norway, Latvia)
“Little Yellow Boots”, John Webster, 2017, 96 min, (Finland, Germany, Norway)
“Nowhere to Hide”, Zaradasht Ahmed, 2016, 85 min, (Norway)
“Out of Thin Air”, Dylan Howitt, 2017, 86 min, (Iceland, UK)
“Silvana”, Mika Gustafson & Olivia Kastebring & Christina Tsiobanelis, 2017, 94 min, (Sweden)
“The War Show”, Andreas Møl Dalsgaard & Obaidah Zytoon, 2016, 100 min, (Denmark, Finland, Syria)
“We Were Connecting People”, Arto Koskinen, 2017, 90 min, (Finland)Best Nordic Short Film“A Family Business”, Carina Randløv, 2017, 29 min, (Denmark)
“Angry Hamster”, Antti Heikki Pesonen, 2017, 14 min, (Finland)
“Arr. for a Scene”, Jonna Kina, 2017, 6 min, (Finland, France)
“Because the World Never Stops”, Axel Danielson & Maximilien Van Aertryck, 2017, 12 min, (Sweden)
“Cream”, Lena Ólafsdóttir, 2017, 5 min, (Denmark)
“Fucking Bunnies”, Teemu Niukkanen, 2017, 18 min, (Finland)
“I Will Always Love You, Conny”, Amanda Kernell, 2017, 31 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“I’m Free”, Bendik Mondal & Edvard Karijord, 2016, 20 min, (Norway)
“In a Few Years Everything Will be Different”, Julie Engaas, 2017, 11 min, (Norway)
“Meaningless Conversations in Beautiful Environments”, Lisa Östberg, 2016, 9 min, (Sweden)
“My Gay Sister”, Lia Hietala, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden, Norway)
“Natural Disasters”, Antti Polojärvi, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“Nothing Happens”, Michelle Kranot & Uri Kranot, 2017, 12 min, (Denmark, France)
“P.O.V”, Jonas Selberg Augustsén, 2017, 21 min, (Sweden)
“Piggyolo”, Malte Pedersson, 2017, 16 min, (Denmark)
“Reflection”, Magnús Ingvar Bjarnason, 2016, 15 min, (Iceland)
“Residence”, Lisa Enes, 2016, 8 min, (Norway, Kenya)
“Salvation”, Thora Hilmarsdottir, 2017, 25 min, (Iceland, Sweden)
“Social Connection”, Jan Ijäs, 2016, 13 min, (Finland)
“Sombra”, Kristian Sejrbo Lidegaard, 2016, 25 min, (Denmark)
“Sore Eyes for Infinity”, Elli Vuorinen, 2016, 12 min, (Finland)
“Taking the Floor”, Hannes Vartiainen & Pekka Veikkolainen, 2017, 9 min, (Finland)
“The Burden”, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden)
“The Ceiling”, Teppo Airaksinen, 2017, 15 min, (Finland)
“The Dog”, Aleksander Leines Nordaas & Hallvard Holmen, 2016, 11 min, (Norway)
“The World”, Mika Taanila, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“ÜBERMENSCH”, Jesper Dalgaard, 2017, 23 min, (Denmark)
“Wide Sargasso Sea”, Anna Juhlin & Kim Ekberg, 2017, 8 min, (Sweden)Best New Nordic Voice“Dream Empire”, David Borenstein, 2016, 73 min, (Denmark, China, USA)
“Fantasy on Sarabanda”, Guðbjörg Hlín Guðmundsdóttir, 2016, 6 min, (Iceland)
“Genderness”, Anders Ramsell, 2016, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Loving Lorna”, Jessica Karlsson & Annika Karlsson, 2017, 61 min, (Sweden)
“My Secret Forest”, Niina Brandt, 2016, 56 min, (Finland)
“Neverland”, Håvard Fandrem, 2016, 19 min, (Norway)
“Ouaga Girls”, Theresa Traore Dahlberg, 2017, 84 min, (Sweden, France, Qatar)
“Penelope”, Heta Jäälinoja, 2016, 5 min, (Estonia)
“Road 13″, Paolo Iskra & Kim Sundbeck, 2017, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Sealers – One Last Hunt”, Trude Berge Ottersen & Gry Elisabeth Mortensen, 2016, 99 min, (Norway)
“Shapeshifters”, Sophie Vuković, 2017, 76 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“Walk With Me”, Anita Beikpour, 2017, 28 min, (Denmark)
“When I Hear the Birds Sing”, Trine Vallevik Håbjørg, 2016, 8 min, (Norway)

 

September 2017


Nordisk Panorama in Malmö has officially openedWe have opened the doors for the 28th edition of the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, with the opening film “Hobbyhorse Revolution”. The following première party will go on all night long!
Last year, Nordisk Panorama had 15,000 visitors and this year over 900 confirmed guests from the film industry will be participating. 55 films will be competing before juries for the titles of best Nordic documentary and short films in three different competitions (Best Nordic Documentary, Best Nordic Short Film and Best New Nordic Voice), and the Children’s Choice Award and the Audience Award will also be decided during the festival.In total, 110 Nordic short and documentary films will be shown at 12 venues around Malmö, with Spegeln, Inkonst and Panora as the main cinemas. The full programme is available online and in the Nordisk Panorama app.In addition to all the fantastic films that will be screened during Nordisk Panorama 2017 you will find an inspiring amount of events. Virtual Reality will be playing a central role, occupying the festival’s hub at Inkonst, with free VR experiences.Also on offer are masterclasses, seminars and artist talks, both as public and industry events for guests from the film industry. You can find them all in the festival’s Conference programme.
One thing, among many, that makes the festival unique and intimate is the number of directors and film creators who will take part in the 58 Q&A sessions held during screenings of their films. They add that extra dimension to the film screenings that makes the film festival such a special event.This year, Finland is in focus at the festival. This is very much noticed in the many screening and event present in this years´ Finnish Focus. A number of events within the Finnish focus is also taking place outside the cinemas and are free to the general public, such as Narrative Tremor at Malmö Konsthall and Finnish Line, which is shown at Malmö City Library.
Part of the film festival is also Nordisk Panorama Forum, the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community. It takes place in Malmö, Sweden 24 – 26 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival.
A total of 24 pitch projects have been selected. On top of this, more than 20 observer+ projects have been selected for special access to meetings with decision-makers.
Throughout the week, NP Hangout at Inkonst acts as a social hub where Virtual Reality is interwoven with the art exhibition Bird Requiem and “How We Did It” seminars with film creators. Everything taking place at NP Hangout is also free to the general public.And last but not least are all the great parties that the festival offers this year. In addition to the opening party after Hobbyhorse Revolution, these six days offer “Nordic Nights” – club evenings at Grand Öl & Mat, and happy hours for the film industry, just to name a few.The festival concludes by celebrating this year’s winners at the glittering NP Awards Gala at Malmö Town Hall on Tuesday 26 September.

Press Accreditation

Members of the Press that wishes to attend and report from the festival are most welcome to contact the press department at press@nordiskpanorama.com.

We hope you have the chance to follow the festival here in Malmö, or from a distance!/ The Nordisk Panorama Team
FACTS – Nordisk Panorama Film Festival
21-26 September in Malmö, Sweden
28th edition of the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival
6 festival days, with Finland in focus
110 films will be screened
15,000 festival visitors in 2016
900 film industry guests (in 2016 they came from 37 countries)
562 submitted competition entries
3 main competitions and 5 prizes, including the Audience Award and Children’s Choice Award
250 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 eurosA BRIEF HISTORY
The annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is organised by Malmö Stad, Film i Skåne and Nordisk Panorama. After it began in 1990, the festival rotated between the five Nordic countries, which took turns to be host city. Since 2013, the festival has found a home in Malmö, a city that invests in film and where there is a large audience for short and documentary films.
____________________________THE MAIN COMPETITIONS 2017Best Nordic Documentary
In this section 14 selected documentaries from the Nordic countries are screened. The award goes to the director(s) of the winning film.
Prize: 11 000€ (Sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters: DR, YLE, RUV, NRK and SVT)”Bobbi Jene”, Elvira Lind, 2017, 94 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“Death of a Child”, Frida Matilda Barkfors & Lasse Barkfors, 2017, 79 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“DRIB”, Kristoffer Borgli, 2017, 93 min, (Norway)
“Hobbyhorse Revolution”, Selma Vilhunen, 2016, 89 min, (Finland, Sweden)
“I Called him Morgan”, Kasper Collin, 2016, 92 min, (Sweden, USA)
“Last Men in Aleppo”, Feras Fayyad, 2017, 105 min, (Denmark, Syria, Germany)
“Letters to a Serial Killer”, Manal Masri, 2017, 85 min, (Sweden)
“Liberation Day”, Morten Traavik, 2016, 98 min, (Norway, Latvia)
“Little Yellow Boots”, John Webster, 2017, 96 min, (Finland, Germany, Norway)
“Nowhere to Hide”, Zaradasht Ahmed, 2016, 85 min, (Norway)
“Out of Thin Air”, Dylan Howitt, 2017, 86 min, (Iceland, UK)
“Silvana”, Mika Gustafson & Olivia Kastebring & Christina Tsiobanelis, 2017, 94 min, (Sweden)
“The War Show”, Andreas Møl Dalsgaard & Obaidah Zytoon, 2016, 100 min, (Denmark, Finland, Syria)
“We Were Connecting People”, Arto Koskinen, 2017, 90 min, (Finland)Best Nordic Short Film
In this section 28 selected short films from the Nordic countries are screened. The award goes to the director(s) of the winning film.
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.
Prize: 7 000€ (Sponsored by the Nordic directors’ associations: Danish Film Directors, Directors’ Guild of Finland, Guild of Icelandic Film Directors, Norwegian Film Directors Association and Swedish Film Directors)”A Family Business”, Carina Randløv, 2017, 29 min, (Denmark)
“Angry Hamster”, Antti Heikki Pesonen, 2017, 14 min, (Finland)
“Arr. for a Scene”, Jonna Kina, 2017, 6 min, (Finland, France)
“Because the World Never Stops”, Axel Danielson & Maximilien Van Aertryck, 2017, 12 min, (Sweden)
“Cream”, Lena Ólafsdóttir, 2017, 5 min, (Denmark)
“Fucking Bunnies”, Teemu Niukkanen, 2017, 18 min, (Finland)
“I Will Always Love You, Conny”, Amanda Kernell, 2017, 31 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“I’m Free”, Bendik Mondal & Edvard Karijord, 2016, 20 min, (Norway)
“In a Few Years Everything Will be Different”, Julie Engaas, 2017, 11 min, (Norway)
“Meaningless Conversations in Beautiful Environments”, Lisa Östberg, 2016, 9 min, (Sweden)
“My Gay Sister”, Lia Hietala, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden, Norway)
“Natural Disasters”, Antti Polojärvi, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“Nothing Happens”, Michelle Kranot & Uri Kranot, 2017, 12 min, (Denmark, France)
“P.O.V”, Jonas Selberg Augustsén, 2017, 21 min, (Sweden)
“Piggyolo”, Malte Pedersson, 2017, 16 min, (Denmark)
“Reflection”, Magnús Ingvar Bjarnason, 2016, 15 min, (Iceland)
“Residence”, Lisa Enes, 2016, 8 min, (Norway, Kenya)
“Salvation”, Thora Hilmarsdottir, 2017, 25 min, (Iceland, Sweden)
“Social Connection”, Jan Ijäs, 2016, 13 min, (Finland)
“Sombra”, Kristian Sejrbo Lidegaard, 2016, 25 min, (Denmark)
“Sore Eyes for Infinity”, Elli Vuorinen, 2016, 12 min, (Finland)
“Taking the Floor”, Hannes Vartiainen & Pekka Veikkolainen, 2017, 9 min, (Finland)
“The Burden”, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden)
“The Ceiling”, Teppo Airaksinen, 2017, 15 min, (Finland)
“The Dog”, Aleksander Leines Nordaas & Hallvard Holmen, 2016, 11 min, (Norway)
“The World”, Mika Taanila, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“ÜBERMENSCH”, Jesper Dalgaard, 2017, 23 min, (Denmark)
“Wide Sargasso Sea”, Anna Juhlin & Kim Ekberg, 2017, 8 min, (Sweden)Best New Nordic Voice
The New Nordic Voices Competition introduces promising new Nordic filmmakers. The filmmakers’ works have not previously been in the Nordisk Panorama competition programme, and selected films are among the first releases by the filmmaker. The Best New Nordic Voice Award is divided in a documentary prize and a short fiction prize presented by the New Nordic Voices jury. The award goes to the director(s) of the two winning films.
Films: 13
Prize: 3 500€ (Sponsored by Film i Skåne)”Dream Empire”, David Borenstein, 2016, 73 min, (Denmark, China, USA)
“Fantasy on Sarabanda”, Guðbjörg Hlín Guðmundsdóttir, 2016, 6 min, (Iceland)
“Genderness”, Anders Ramsell, 2016, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Loving Lorna”, Jessica Karlsson & Annika Karlsson, 2017, 61 min, (Sweden)
“My Secret Forest”, Niina Brandt, 2016, 56 min, (Finland)
“Neverland”, Håvard Fandrem, 2016, 19 min, (Norway)
“Ouaga Girls”, Theresa Traore Dahlberg, 2017, 84 min, (Sweden, France, Qatar)
“Penelope”, Heta Jäälinoja, 2016, 5 min, (Estonia)
“Road 13″, Paolo Iskra & Kim Sundbeck, 2017, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Sealers – One Last Hunt”, Trude Berge Ottersen & Gry Elisabeth Mortensen, 2016, 99 min, (Norway)
“Shapeshifters”, Sophie Vuković, 2017, 76 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“Walk With Me”, Anita Beikpour, 2017, 28 min, (Denmark)
“When I Hear the Birds Sing”, Trine Vallevik Håbjørg, 2016, 8 min, (Norway)Nordisk Panorama Audience Award
To win 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 as well as any of the new Nordic films in the special programmes.
Prize: 2 500 € (Sponsored by the City of Malmö)

 

August 2017


Get A Taste of Nordisk Panorama 2017-
Programme Launch

Your Friday After Work plans for tomorrow in Malmö just got confirmed!Join us Friday 1 Sept at 18:00-20:00 at Grand Öl&Mat in Malmö to Get A Taste of Nordisk Panorama and the rich programme we have prepared for you come 21-26 September!Last chance to get your Filmpass 2017 at 300kr (-25%) with code: preNP2017 is 1 September, but
-also on sale at 200kr (-50%) at the event tomorrow.
Get Filmpass

Murder, jazz, Syria and screaming Finnish people in the 2017 Nordisk Panorama film programme

The complete programme for Nordisk Panorama 2017 film festival has been released on the Nordisk Panorama website. This year we have a steaming programme, which includes a sauna cinema, a “hobbyhorse revolution”, letters to a serial killer and the rise and fall of Nokia – to just mention a few.We will start off with a Finnish hobbyhorse fever on Thursday 21 September screening “Hobbyhorse Revolution” as the festival opening film, and it will also kick start this year’s focus on Finland. It will quite likely get audiences madly googling “hobbyhorse riding + filmfestival + malmö”.
Syria plays an important part in this year’s festival and so do music. We have several music documentaries lined up such as “Silvana”, about the charismatic Swedish female rapper Silvana Imam and “I called him Morgan”, which tells the story about the jazz legend Lee Morgan’s murder that sent shockwaves through the jazz community. Murder and serial killers are also among the topics in this year´s selected films with documentaries such as “Letters to a serial killer” where the sister of a victim of the Malmö serial killer contacts the killer to get answers. And if you like a murder mystery don’t miss “Out of Thin Air” about the disappearance of two men on Iceland in the early 1970s.To follow up the Finnish focus we invite you to throw your clothes and join our “Sauna Cinema”, let out your inner primal scream and join the “Scream Along Cinema” and dive into the world of Mika Taanila at his “Masterclass: Cameraless Excursions”. Virtual Reality is this year again having a central place in the film festival with numerous VR works and experiences open and free to the public to try out at this years Festival Hub – NP Hangout @ Inkonst.So come, scream along, sweat, fright and dance it off!Keep in mind: This year the grand opening is already on Thursday. We invite you all to come visit Malmö for six packed days so get ready for an intriguing beginning of the fall in Malmö 21-26 September!
We look forward to seeing you in Malmö!
/ The Nordisk Panorama Team

 

August 2017


September is closing in which means Nordisk Panorama is around the corner. Register here before 15 August to get your accreditation with your early bird discount!We will start off with a Finnish hobbyhorse fever on Thursday 21 September screening “Hobbyhorse Revolution” as the festival opening film, and it will also kick start this year’s focus on Finland. It will quite likely get audiences madly googling “hobbyhorse riding + filmfestival + malmö”.
To follow up the Finnish focus we invite you to throw your clothes and join our Sauna Cinema, let out your inner primal scream and join the Scream Along Cinema and dive into the world of Mika Taanila at his Masterclass: Cameraless Excursions. Further more, we are again inviting VR Experiences to have a central place in the film festival.For our celebrated industry guests we this year enfold our industry sessions, master classes and talks in a Conference Programme where you can learn from and deepen your knowledge of the industry together with renowned experts and colleagues. Be the first to catch the 2017 dok.incubator Previews, get closer to how to use Dance choreography for cinematic storytelling and further challenge your documentary storytelling.And these are just the teasers. Come late August and we will have a Program Launch revealing it all.Keep in mind: This year the grand opening is already on Thursday. We invite you all to come visit Malmö for six packed days so get ready for an intriguing beginning of the fall in Malmö 21-26 September!

Last chance for Early Bird accreditation

Register here before 15 August to get the early bird discount on a festival accreditation.
The Nordic people are all about being on time and Nordisk Panorama therefore offers an early bird discount.

Join the fantastic community of international and Nordic short and documentary representatives attending the 28th edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival, 21-26 September 2017 in Malmö, Sweden.

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

NP Festival Accreditation

Press Accreditation

Members of the Press that wishes to attend and report from the festival are most welcome to contact the press department at press@nordiskpanorama.com and fill out this form for help with press accreditation.

Nordisk Panorama Forum Selection

More than 100 new documentary projects were submitted to the 24th edition of Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries by some of the very best producers and directors the Nordic region has to offer.

A total of 24 pitch projects have been selected. On top of this, more than 20 observer+ projects have been selected for special access to meetings with decision-makers.

Nordisk Panorama Forum is the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community. It takes place in Malmö, Sweden 24 – 26 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival.

The deadline to fill in the Forum accreditation and apply for a forum seat was 1 August.

dok.incubator preview 2017
Save the date – 24 September at 10:00

Nordisk Panorama is very happy to once again be hosting the dok.inkubator Preview. This year it will take place on Sunday 24 September at 10:00 at Inkonst.

Two Nordic films and six international projects will be presented at the final professional audience presentations dok.incubator preview. Be sure to save this date!

The third and last session of the dok.incubator mentoring workshop takes place in Ystad during the week leading up to the film festival where they will share the fresh out-of-the-cutting-room projects at the dok.inkubator Preview. Read More.

Jing Haase, Market Manager, leaves Nordisk Panorama

Jing has been a highly valued member of the Nordisk Panorama team for little over 10 years and for the past 7 years she has been in charge of the Market at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival. During August Jing Haase will begin her new job at the Swedish Film Institute.It is under her watch the successful concept of Work in Progress was developed to facilitate the most successful completion of almost finished documentary films, just as she has played an essential role in creating and maintaining Nordic networks such as the network of short film commissioners and the Nordic Short Film Festival Network.Maria Stoianova takes over Jing’s responsibilities as Market Manager at the festival in September. Read more

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2017

Nordic short films and documentaries are winning awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017 here. If your film receives an award this year, we would love to hear about it.

Dates & Deadlines Coming Up

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

 

July 2017


The official Nordisk Panorama Film Festival Competition Programme 2017 released.

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival takes place between 21-26 September in Malmö, Sweden, this year starting with a grand opening on Thursday evening. Out of 562 submitted titles, 55 films have now officially been selected as nominees to Nordisk Panorama Awards 2017.

In three jury-decided competition (Best Nordic Documentary, Best Nordic Short Film and Best New Nordic Voice) renowned representatives from the international film industry will award the best of the best. In the fourth competition (Nordisk Panorama Audience Award, sponsored by the City of Malmö) the power is in the hands of the filmgoers to appoint the winner of this year’s honouring audience award.

Over six days the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival venues are filled with screenings and narratives from all over the world. Directors and filmmakers will be present in Malmö during the festival to participate in Q&A-sessions in after the screening of their respective films. Apart from film screenings the festival will offer thought-provoking seminars, talks, parties and master classes accessible for everyone as well as business events specially designed for the 900 registered delegates from the documentary and short film business around the world.

Films in the three competitions of Nordisk Panorama Awards 2017:

Best Nordic Documentary
(Sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters)

“Bobbi Jene”, Elvira Lind, 2017, 94 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“Death of a Child”, Frida Matilda Barkfors & Lasse Barkfors, 2017, 79 min, (Denmark, Sweden)
“DRIB”, Kristoffer Borgli, 2017, 93 min, (Norway)
“Hobbyhorse Revolution”, Selma Vilhunen, 2016, 89 min, (Finland, Sweden)
“I Called him Morgan”, Kasper Collin, 2016, 92 min, (Sweden, USA)
“Last Men in Aleppo”, Feras Fayyad, 2017, 105 min, (Denmark, Syria, Germany)
“Letters to a Serial Killer”, Manal Masri, 2017, 85 min, (Sweden)
“Liberation Day”, Morten Traavik, 2016, 98 min, (Norway, Latvia)
“Little Yellow Boots”, John Webster, 2017, 96 min, (Finland, Germany, Norway)
“Nowhere to Hide”, Zaradasht Ahmed, 2016, 85 min, (Norway)
“Out of Thin Air”, Dylan Howitt, 2017, 86 min, (Iceland, UK)
“Silvana”, Mika Gustafson & Olivia Kastebring & Christina Tsiobanelis, 2017, 94 min, (Sweden)
“The War Show”, Andreas Møl Dalsgaard & Obaidah Zytoon, 2016, 100 min, (Denmark, Finland, Syria)
“We Were Connecting People”, Arto Koskinen, 2017, 90 min, (Finland)

Best Nordic Short Film
(Sponsored by the Nordic directors’ associations)

“A Family Business”, Carina Randløv, 2017, 29 min, (Denmark)
“Angry Hamster”, Antti Heikki Pesonen, 2017, 14 min, (Finland)
“Arr. for a Scene”, Jonna Kina, 2017, 6 min, (Finland, France)
“Because the World Never Stops”, Axel Danielson & Maximilien Van Aertryck, 2017, 12 min, (Sweden)
“Cream”, Lena Ólafsdóttir, 2017, 5 min, (Denmark)
“Fucking Bunnies”, Teemu Niukkanen, 2017, 18 min, (Finland)
“I Will Always Love You, Conny”, Amanda Kernell, 2017, 31 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“I’m Free”, Bendik Mondal & Edvard Karijord, 2016, 20 min, (Norway)
“In a Few Years Everything Will be Different”, Julie Engaas, 2017, 11 min, (Norway)
“Meaningless Conversations in Beautiful Environments”, Lisa Östberg, 2016, 9 min, (Sweden)
“My Gay Sister”, Lia Hietala, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden, Norway)
“Natural Disasters”, Antti Polojärvi, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“Nothing Happens”, Michelle Kranot & Uri Kranot, 2017, 12 min, (Denmark, France)
“P.O.V”, Jonas Selberg Augustsén, 2017, 21 min, (Sweden)
“Piggyolo”, Malte Pedersson, 2017, 16 min, (Denmark)
“Reflection”, Magnús Ingvar Bjarnason, 2016, 15 min, (Iceland)
“Residence”, Lisa Enes, 2016, 8 min, (Norway, Kenya)
“Salvation”, Thora Hilmarsdottir, 2017, 25 min, (Iceland, Sweden)
“Social Connection”, Jan Ijäs, 2016, 13 min, (Finland)
“Sombra”, Kristian Sejrbo Lidegaard, 2016, 25 min, (Denmark)
“Sore Eyes for Infinity”, Elli Vuorinen, 2016, 12 min, (Finland)
“Taking the Floor”, Hannes Vartiainen & Pekka Veikkolainen, 2017, 9 min, (Finland)
“The Burden”, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, 2017, 15 min, (Sweden)
“The Ceiling”, Teppo Airaksinen, 2017, 15 min, (Finland)
“The Dog”, Aleksander Leines Nordaas & Hallvard Holmen, 2016, 11 min, (Norway)
“The World”, Mika Taanila, 2017, 7 min, (Finland)
“ÜBERMENSCH”, Jesper Dalgaard, 2017, 23 min, (Denmark)
“Wide Sargasso Sea”, Anna Juhlin & Kim Ekberg, 2017, 8 min, (Sweden)

 

Best New Nordic Voice
(Sponsored by Film i Skåne)

“Dream Empire”, David Borenstein, 2016, 73 min, (Denmark, China, USA)
“Fantasy on Sarabanda”, Guðbjörg Hlín Guðmundsdóttir, 2016, 6 min, (Iceland)
“Genderness”, Anders Ramsell, 2016, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Loving Lorna”, Jessica Karlsson & Annika Karlsson, 2017, 61 min, (Sweden)
“My Secret Forest”, Niina Brandt, 2016, 56 min, (Finland)
“Neverland”, Håvard Fandrem, 2016, 19 min, (Norway)
“Ouaga Girls”, Theresa Traore Dahlberg, 2017, 84 min, (Sweden, France, Qatar)
“Penelope”, Heta Jäälinoja, 2016, 5 min, (Estonia)
“Road 13″, Paolo Iskra & Kim Sundbeck, 2017, 7 min, (Sweden)
“Sealers – One Last Hunt”, Trude Berge Ottersen & Gry Elisabeth Mortensen, 2016, 99 min, (Norway)
“Shapeshifters”, Sophie Vuković, 2017, 76 min, (Sweden, Denmark)
“Walk With Me”, Anita Beikpour, 2017, 28 min, (Denmark)
“When I Hear the Birds Sing”, Trine Vallevik Håbjørg, 2016, 8 min, (Norway)

 

FACTS ABOUT THE COMPETITION SECTIONS

Best Nordic Documentary
Information: In this section 14 selected documentaries from the Nordic countries are screened. The award goes to the director(s) of the winning film.
Films: 14
Prize: 11’000€ (Sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters: DR, YLE, RUV, NRK and SVT)
Jury: TBA

Best Nordic Short Film
Information: In this section 28 selected short films from the Nordic countries are screened. The award goes to the director(s) of the winning film.
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.
Films: 28
Prize: 7’000€ (Sponsored by the Nordic directors’ associations: Danish Film Directors, Directors’ Guild of Finland, Guild of Icelandic Film Directors, Norwegian Film Directors Association and Swedish Film Directors)
Jury: TBA

Best New Nordic Voice
Information: The New Nordic Voices Competition introduces promising new Nordic filmmakers. The filmmakers’ works have not previously been in the Nordisk Panorama competition programme, and selected films are among the first releases by the filmmaker. The Best New Nordic Voice Award is divided in a documentary prize and a short fiction prize presented by the New Nordic Voices jury. The award goes to the director(s) of the two winning films.
Films: 13
Prize: 3’500€ (Sponsored by Film i Skåne)
Jury: TBA

Nordisk Panorama Audience Award
Information: To win 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 as well as any of the new Nordic films in the special programmes.
Prize: 2’500 € (Sponsored by the City of Malmö)
Jury: The Audience

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ABOUT NORDISK PANORAMA FILM FESTIVAL

The Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017 will take place in Malmö, September 21-26. Over six days the festival venues as well as the streets are filled with screenings and narratives from all over the world, seminars and business events alongside parties for the young and old.
The festival is the biggest film festival for Nordic documentary and short films, and provides a unique platform for partaking films to be noticed and scattered around the world.
Nordisk Panorama Film Festival will make sure that Malmö, by the end of September, is full of festival spirit for all of those with either an interest in, curiosity for or profession in documentaries, short films and filmmaking.

The annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is hosted by the City of Malmö, Film i Skåne, and Nordisk Panorama. Since the start back in 1990, the festival has been touring around the 5 Nordic countries. From 2013, however, the festival has been permanently located in Malmö – a city that puts a lot of interest and effort into the film industry and is home to a large short and documentary film audience. The festival 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 producers, and to discover new promising and aspiring Nordic talents.

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

 

June 2017


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 but until then we can tell you it is going to be a whole lot of NAKEDNESS.
Our Nordic filmmakers undress truths in numerous ways. The naked stories. The vulnerabilities and the human relationships which find their way to an audience on the big screen.
And to top it all off, this year´s Finnish focus could lead you to imagine skinny dipping and steaming saunas. So Malmö – LET´S GET NAKED!

Keep in mind – This year we start already Thursday with the grand opening. We invite you all to come visit Malmö for six packed days – Get ready for 21-26 September!

Any film festival Early Birds out there?

Register here before 15 August to get the early bird discount on a festival accreditation and join the fantastic community of international and Nordic short and documentary representatives attending the 28th edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival, 21-26 September 2017 in Malmö, Sweden.

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

More than a 100 Submissions to Nordisk Panorama Forum

For the 24th edition of Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries we have received no less than 104 eligible projects from the Nordic and Baltic countries.

The selection process is now in progress and the selected projects will be notified 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 24th NP Forum takes place in Malmö, Sweden, 24-26 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival.

dok.incubator preview 2017
-Save the date for 24 September 10:00 Presentation

The climax of dok.incubator 2017 will take place in the middle of this years festival on Sunday 24 September at 10:00. The final professional audience presentations of the eight chosen 2017 documentary projects – dok.incubator Preview – are to be held. Be sure to book your calendar in order not to miss out!

The second session of the dok.incubator mentoring workshop is about to happen from 26 June to 1 July in Slovakia. Two Nordic films together with six international projects get the exclusive opportunity to get feedback and further develop their rough-cuts with the mentorship from international film industry experts. Read More.

Submit your film to Nordisk Panorama Market

You can still submit your films completed in 2017 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 2017 to the market is 1 August.
Click here for regulations and online submission.

 

Find Co-Production Partners at Producers Meet producers

Nordisk Panorama Forum will kick off with the popular networking event Producers Meet Producers Sunday 24 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 French delegation arranged in co-operation with Sunny Side of the Doc. 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 French 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 French delegation.

The French 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 2017

Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017 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!

 

 

May 2017


Dear Nordisk Panorama friends!

The summer is getting closer and so is our film festival in September – an essential annual platform and meeting place for audience, filmmakers, producers, financiers, distributors and decision-makers striving to bring more and better Nordic films to the world.

We invite you all to come visit Malmö for six packed days.
This year we start already Thursday with the grand opening. Get ready for 21-26 September!

Less Than 1 Week to Submit Your Projects for Nordisk Panorama Forum

The deadline for submission of projects for the 24th Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries is coming up in less than one week on 24 May.

Nordisk Panorama Forum is the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community, taking place 24-26 September during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden.

Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes independent Nordic documentary projects in all stages. As a new thing this year, the forum is open to documentary series. The forum is also open to cross-media documentary projects with a film or television component.

To apply for Nordisk Panorama Forum, read the full calhere and make sure you have everything ready and submitted online by the project submission deadline 24 May.

The deadline for Forum accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Forum is 1 August.

24 May 2017: Submission of forum projects

Accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is Now Open

Register here before 15 August to get the early bird discounton a festival 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.

You can still submit your films completed in 2017 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 2017 to the market is 1 August.Click here for regulations and online submission.

The 2017 Nordisk Panorama Film Festival Programme Team!

The planning of this year’s Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is at full speed in all departments, aiming to give you all a tremendous festival in september.

New for this year is that Sam Groves steps in as Festival Short Film Programmer and joins forces with Festival Programme Manager Maja Lindquist and her team. 2017 is Maja’s third year in the position, together with Festival Programme Coordinator Andrea Arvidsson who is also back for the third year.

After 10+ years as a curator and programmer within short film, exhibitions and mixed arts events, Sam Groves is a perfect fit for the Nordisk Panorama programme team. You might have run into his programming skills if you have attended Flatpack Film festival in Birmingham anytime during the last couple of (many) years, his curation of the moving image strand at the big UK free arts festival Artsfest or anything made through his own exhibition organisation KINO 10.
A warm welcome to the team, Sam!

Films are now being watched, selections are being made, partnerships formed and both industry and public events are being planned. What will be this year’s screening or event that everyone will be talking about?
Stay tuned on website and Facebook for 2017 content sipping out!

Where’s the Finnish Party?
Co-Host a Party or Session at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival!

At last year’s Nordisk Panorama, the strong Norwegian production company Indie Film hosted a successful happy hour as part of our Norwegian Focus and with this year’s focus on Finland we are passing on the torch to the Finns.

Want to pick up the mantle or nominate a great candidate to host a Finnish happy hour or party? Don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Why only the Finns!? 
Don’t worry, we want to hear from everyone. Write us with ideas for parties, seminars or events you’d like to see happen or want to co-produce in 2017.

Send an email to cecilie@nordiskpanorama.com straight away and let that be the start of our possible future collaboration. Read more here.

Kiitos!

Meet the French Delegation at NP Forum

This year, Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes a specially invited French delegation arranged in co-operation with Sunny Side of the Doc, to facilitate connections outside the Nordic countries. See the list of French producers selected for the delegation here.

Big Nordic Delegation at Sheffield Doc/Fest

Forum manager Christina Jul Gregersen and forum coordinator Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be at Sheffield Doc/Fest with an impressive Nordic delegation10 Nordic projects have been selected for this year’s MeetMarket and 18 films with Nordic involvement can be enjoyed in the official selection.

Nordics in Sheffield, don’t miss our Nordic dinner on Monday 12 June 7:30 PM at Cubana Tapas Bar. We have booked a table and a set menu at 19,50 GBP excl. tax and beverages. Pre-booking needed! Sign up by sending your name to forum_assistant@nordiskpanorama.com before Thursday 8 June.

On Tuesday 13 June we will once again be hosting our infamous Nordic Vodka Hour at 22:00 during the ‘Guilty Pleasures Party’ at PLUG. All accredited guests are invited to meet the Nordic delegation over a shot (or two) of vodka! Don’t miss it!

Christina and Lea are in Sheffield 11-14 June. To set up a meeting with us, please find our contact details here.

Nordic Delegation with Discount to Sunny Side of the Doc

Partnering with Sunny Side and EDN, we are coordinating the Nordic delegation to Sunny Side of the Doc 19-22 June 2017 in France, securing Nordic film professionals value-for-money access. Get a unique opportunity to join Sunny Side’s worldwide network and save up to €225 on your 4-day accreditation! 

Sunny Side of the Doc is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 commissioners and high-level buyers, 100 distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 60 countries.

There will be a number of activities for the Nordic producers taking place at the EDN stand. See which Nordic producers have already signed up and read more here.

Twelve for the Future & NP Forum Join Forces

Twelve for the Future, a project driven co-production workshop for young Nordic documentary producers and directors organized by EDN, has joined forces with Nordisk Panorama Forum. The workshop aims at developing projects for international co-production, establishing a professional network for the participants as well as connecting Nordic talents and relevant financiers.

The workshop programme is divided in 2 parts. The 1st part takes place 21-24 September in Southern Sweden, right before this year’s Nordisk Panorama Forum.

As Twelve for the Future has joined forces with NP Forum, an observer seat has been reserved for all interested workshop participants for the two pitching days on 25-26 September. Furthermore a discount on the observer seat will be available for all Twelve for the Future participants who are newcomers to the Forum.

Click here for more information on Twelve for the Future. Deadline for applying for Twelve for the Future is 1 June.

Meet Us at Hamburg International Short Film Festival

Market Manager Jing Haase is attending Hamburg International Short Film Festival 8-12 June. Jing 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 Jing by email or at +45 3132 0212.

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2017

Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017 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!

 

 

April 2017


 

Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs to Nordisk Panorama by 1 May!

Submit your short and documentary films for Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017 by 1 May and be in the running for the Best Nordic Documentary Award (Euro 11.000), the Best Nordic Short Film Award (Euro 7.000) and the Best New Nordic Voice Award (Euro 3.500).

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 today!

Submission for Festival Competitions:
Films completed in 2016: 15 February – closed
Films completed in 2017: 1 May

Submission for Market:
Films completed in 2016: 1 May
Films completed in 2017: 1 August

Read our regulations and submit your film here.

Call for Projects for the 24th Nordisk Panorama Forum

The 24th 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 24-26 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. As a new thing this year, the forum is open to documentary series. The forum is also open to cross-media documentary projects with a film or television component.

To apply for Nordisk Panorama Forum, check out the guidelines and make sure you have everything ready and submitted online by the deadline 24 May. The deadline for accreditation to Nordisk Panorama Forum is 1 August.

24 May 2017: Submission of forum projects
1 August 2017: forum accreditation

NP Forum Opens Up for Series – Deadline for the New EDN Online Documentary Series Workshop Today

This year, as a new thing, Nordisk Panorama Forum will be open to submission of documentary series. To make sure the projects have the best possibility to develop their potential as a series, we are proud to announce our strategic partnership with EDN who are launching a new online workshop for the development of documentary series.

The online workshop takes place 9-10 May 2017, just 2 weeks before the submission deadline to NP Forum: 24 May, so this is a great opportunity to explore your project’s potential as a series before submitting it to our forum.

The workshop is open for Nordic directors & producers. It will focus on a case story as well as a discussion and analysis of the participating projects. For more information about the workshop and how it works, please check out the EDN website.

Submission deadline for projects: 20 April 2017

Meet the Nordic Delegation at Hot Docs

Many great Nordic docs have been selected for the 2017 edition of Hot Docs, North America’s top doc event, taking place in Toronto, Canada, 27 April-7 May 2017 and lots of Nordics will be there.

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 Hot Docs Forum or just around.

If you are Nordic, join us for Nordisk Panorama’s Nordic pay-your-own-way dinner Tuesday 2 May at 19:30. Sign up no later than Wednesday 26 April to christina@nordiskpanorama.com.

Forum Manager Christina Jul Gregersen will be present at the festival 29 April-3 May. Reach Christina by email or contact her at +45 6131 8539.

Nordic Delegation Discount to Sheffield Doc/Fest

Nordisk Panorama is arranging the Nordic delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest again this year. Join the delegation to get a special rate on your access to UK’s premier documentary marketplace, festival and conference, taking place 9-14 June 2017! Reduced rate delegate pass: GBP 209 + VAT against the standard price GBP 299.

Read more about the delegation here. To sign up for the Nordic delegation, please send name, email and company for all participants to forum@nordiskpanorama.com by the deadline 27 April at noon.

Special Nordic Offer for Sunny Side of the Doc

Sunny Side of the Doc is calling for projects for the 28th edition taking place in La Rochelle, France 19-22 June 2017. Sunny Side is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 commissioners and high-level buyers, 100 distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 60 countries.

As part of a special cooperation with Nordisk Panorama this year, Sunny side of the Doc will gather a selection of 10-12 Nordic producers under the EDN umbrella stand, who will benefit from low registration rates and will be proposed the a number of activities. Get info on how to take advantage of the Nordic offer here.

Nordics, submit your projects by tomorrow’s deadline 21 April to access this year’s special benefits.

dok.incubator Selection Announced with 2 Nordic Projects

We are excited to continue our partnership with dok.incubatorand the 2017 Nordisk Panorama Film Festival will host the final presentation of the films developed at this year’s dok.incubator at the dok.incubator Preview.

For the 2017 edition of dok.incubator eight projects have been selected out of 81 applications. We are happy to see that two of the eight selected projects are Nordic. A big congratulations to the the Nordic projects that made it through: the Norwegian project Golden Dawn Girls by Håvard Bustnes, previously presented at Nordisk Panorama and to the Swedish project Events in Ydre by Per Bifrost and Alexander Runéus!

dok.incubator is a well-established rough-cut stage workshop, offering individual mentorship for the selected documentary projects focusing on dramaturgy, distribution and audience building. Read more about the NP – dok.incubator partnership here

Where’s the Finnish Party?
Co-Host a Party or Session at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival!

At last year’s Nordisk Panorama, the strong Norwegian production company Indie Film hosted a successful happy hour as part of our Norwegian Focus and with this year’s focus on Finland we are passing on the torch to the Finns.

Want to pick up the mantle or nominate a great candidate to host a Finnish happy hour or party? Don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Why only the Finns!? 
Don’t worry, we want to hear from everyone. Write us with ideas for parties, seminars or events you’d like to see happen or want to co-produce in 2017.

Send an email to cecilie@nordiskpanorama.com before 8 May and let that be the start of the discussion for our possible future collaboration. Read more here.

Kiitos!

Hacking History at Bohus Fästning 22-24 April

Nordisk Panorama​ is a proud partner of the Common Shores VR Hackathon​ at Bohus Fästning​ in Kungälv, north of Gothenburg, Sweden. 30 Nordic participants from film, games and museums gather to create Virtual Reality experiences inspired by the historical setting of the fortress.

You are very welcome to join the open presentation at Mediatec​, Kungälv, Sweden on Monday 24 April, at 14:30 – 18:00.

After the presentations from the Hackathon, there will be a networking event with food and beverages, and the possibility to try out the VR prototypes. To join us, please email cecilie@nordiskpanorama.com 

The project, initiated by Kultur i Väst​, was kicked off at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2016, and received 150+ applications from hack-hungry creators. Read more about the event

Names in the News

Who is where now:

Agneta Mogren Leaves Tempo Documentary Festival
Annika Gustafsson Leaves her Position as Director at Boost

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2017

Already from the beginning of the year, Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017here. 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!

 

March 2017


French Producers, Join the Delegation to Nordisk Panorama Forum

Every year, Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes a small delegation of selected producers from a guest territory to facilitate connections outside the Nordic countries. This year, Sunny Side of the Doc will lead a delegation of 10 producers from France to Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries in Malmö, Sweden 24-26 September.

This year’s specially invited delegation from France will be a key ressource for French producers with a creative documentary project in all stages, linear and/or cross-media, who would like to co-produce with a partner from the Nordic region or get unique access to decision-makers from the Nordic market.

If you know just the right French producer to be part of the delegation to Nordisk Panorama, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as soon as possible.

If you are interested in joining the French delegation, please send your contact details and a short motivation to Irem Couchouron, International Development via email international@sunnysideofthedoc.com no later than 26 March. The selected producers will be notified early April.

NP Forum Opens Up for Series in a Partnership with EDN Launching New Online Documentary Series Workshop

This year, as a new thing, Nordisk Panorama Forum will be open to submission of documentary series. To make sure the projects have the best possibility to develop their potential as a series, we are proud to announce our strategic partnership with EDN who are launching a new online workshop for the development of documentary series.

If you have a documentary project with potential to be developed as a series, this is the workshop for you. The workshop is open for Nordic directors & producers. It is a 1½-day workshop which will focus on a case story as well as a discussion and analysis of the participating projects.

Workshop dates: 9 & 10 May 2017
Submission deadline for projects: 20 April 2017

About the EDN Online Documentary Series Workshop

On the first day producer Sigrid Dyekjær (Danish Documentary) and sales agent Salma Abdalla (Autlook Film Sales) will share their experiences with the documentary series Bugs and other doc series. The participants will present their doc series projects and get short feedback from Sigrid and Salma.

On the second day director Andreas Johnsen will share his experiences from the director’s perspective.
Finally, the participating projects will be analysed by Sigrid Dyekjær, with a focus on production and financing strategies.

The workshop is organised by EDN in collaboration with Nordisk Film & TV Fond and the Creative Europe desk in Norway.

For more information about the workshop and how it works, please check out the EDN website.

Submit Your Doc Series to NP Forum

The workshop takes place 2 weeks before the submission deadline to NP Forum: 24 May, so this is a great opportunity to explore your project’s potential as a series before submitting it to our forum.

Project submission to NP Forum will open late April.

Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs to Nordisk Panorama by 1 May!

Submit your short and documentary films for Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017 by 1 May and be in the running for the Best Nordic Documentary Award (Euro 11.000), the Best Nordic Short Film Award (Euro 7.000) and the Best New Nordic Voice Award (Euro 3.500).

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 today!

Submission for Festival Competitions:

Films completed in 2016: 15 February – closed
Films completed in 2017: 1 May

Submission for Market:

Films completed in 2016: 1 May
Films completed in 2017: 1 August

Read our regulations and submit your film here.

Special Nordic Offer for Sunny Side of the Doc

Sunny Side of the Doc is calling for projects for the 28th edition taking place in La Rochelle, France 19-22 June 2017. Sunny Side is an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 commissioners and high-level buyers, 100 distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 60 countries.

Nordics, submit your projects by 21 April to access this year’s special benefits.

As part of a special cooperation with Nordisk Panorama this year, Sunny side of the Doc will gather a selection of 10-12 Nordic producers under the EDN umbrella stand, who will benefit from low registration rates and will be proposed the following activities:

  • Full access to all sessions, seminars and networking events.
  • Pre-organized P2P co-production meetings with producers who have automatic access to public funding and looking into co-productions with the Nordic countries, for Nordic projects, to come out to the international market.
  • Presentation of a few of the main TV channels and funding bodies (CNC, Procirep, ARTE etc) to understand better the funding and co-production possibilities for Nordic producers.
  • Selection of 2-3 Nordic projects with international appeal across 7 main pitch sessions to showcase the best of factual creativity – one to one meetings organized with interested Decision Makers following the pitch.
  • Sunny side will invite one film commissioner from each institution to accompany producers, participate in the pitch sessions and P2P meetings, and meet with his/her peers at CNC for co-productions.

Contact for more information & registration to the delegation: international@sunnysideofthedoc.com

Intern to Nordisk Panorama Forum

Do you want to learn from the best in pitching, matchmaking and financing of documentaries? Do you want to be part of the top professional team behind the best Nordic pitching forum for documentaries?

Then you could be just the intern we are looking for to join our team for the preparations of the keystone event Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries taking place in September 2017.

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

Deadline for application: 30 March. Read the full job ad here.

Nordic Delegation Discount to Sheffield Doc/Fest

Nordisk Panorama is arranging the Nordic delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest again this year. Join the delegation to get a special rate on your access to UK’s premier documentary marketplace, festival and conference, taking place 9-14 June 2017! Reduced rate delegate pass: GBP 209 + VAT against the standard price GBP 299.

Read more about the delegation here. To sign up for the Nordic delegation, please send name, email and company for all participants to forum@nordiskpanorama.com by the delegation deadline 27 April at noon.

Meet us at CPH:DOX, Good Pitch & Go Short

CPH:DOX is taking place this very moment and Director Søren Poulsen is there together with Forum Manager Christina Jul Gregersen and Festival Programme Manager Maja Lindquist. Today you will find Christina and Søren at the forum.

Søren, Christina, Market Manager Jing Haase and Festival Producer Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen will also be attending Good Pitch Europe tomorrow, 24 March 2017 in Copenhagen.

In a few weeks, Jing Haase will be in the Netherlands for Go Short 6-9 April where she will be a panel member for their pitching sessions, New Arrivals – Go Short Campus.

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

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2017

Already from the beginning of the year, Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017 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 2017


Discount to Hot Docs with the Nordic Delegation

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

Sign up for the Nordic delegation now to make sure you get a discounted all access pass for only CAD 600 ex. tax (early-bird price CAD 825)!

The discount is available until the all access passes are sold out. The deadline to sign up is 7 March, but the sooner you register the better the chances. Last year the all access passes were sold out early March.

All access passes are now sold out.

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

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: 2 March) and to the Distribution Rendevouz meetings with top level distributors, sales agents and festival programmers (Submission deadline: 27 March).

Project Consultancy and Drinks at Tempo Documentary Festival

At Tempo Documentary Festival taking place 6-12 March 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden, Nordisk Panorama offers individual project consultancy regarding Nordic and international financing of documentaries again this year.

Filmmakers with new documentary projects will have the opportunity to get feedback on their project’s Nordic/international potential as well as tips for further development and possible financiers. A limited number of projects will get consultancy. The consultations will take place Thursday and Friday 9-10 March according to individual appointments.

Deadline for submission of projects: 23 February 2017 – today! Read more on how to apply here.

Friday 10 March at 17:00 Nordisk Panorama invites guests at the festival to join us for a drink and get the latest updates on Nordisk Panorama at Hornhuset, Långholmsgatan 15B.

To get in touch with Christina, send her an email or reach her at +45 6131 8539

Nordisk Panorama Visits Tampere Film Festival

During Tampere Film Festival you can put your film to the test and find out about it’s distribution potential at the “Who Would Buy This?” session Friday 10 March at 11:00. The session is moderated by Nordisk Panorama’s Jing Haase.

If you are in Tampere, don’t miss Nordisk Panorama’s infamous Nordic Vodka Hour. Join Market Manager Jing Haase and our programme manager Maja Lindquist for a drink Friday 10 March at 18:00 at the festival centre.

Jing is in Tampere 9-12 March. To set up a meeting with her, send an email or contact her at +45 3132 0212. Reach Maja at +46 70 361 5144 or by email.

NP Partners with Sunny Side to Strengthen Co-Production Ties

Every year, Nordisk Panorama Forum welcomes a small delegation of producers from a guest territory to facilitate connections outside the Nordic countries. This year, Sunny Side of the Doc will lead a delegation of 10 producers from France to Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries in Malmö, Sweden 24-26 September.

The collaboration will see the two factual events facilitate targeted business opportunities for both French and Nordic producers, looking for new creative and financial partnerships.

This year’s specially invited delegation from France will be a key ressource for French producers with a creative documentary project in all stages, linear and/or cross-media, who would like to co-produce with a partner from the Nordic region or get unique access to decision-makers from the Nordic market.

If you know just the right French producer to be part of the delegation to Nordisk Panorama, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as soon as possible.

After 27 years, Sunny Side of the Doc has become an important international marketplace for documentaries and a gathering point for 300 commissioners and high-level buyers, 100 distributors and 2,000 professionals from around 60 countries.

Sunny Side of the Doc is calling for projects for the 28th edition taking place in La Rochelle, France 19-22 June 2017. Nordics, submit your projects by 21 April.

Also as a part of the cooperation, Sunny side of the Doc will gather a selection of 10-12 Nordic producers under the EDN umbrella stand, who will benefit from low registration rates and will be proposed the following activities:

  • Full access to all sessions, seminars and networking events.
  • Pre-organized P2P co-production meetings with producers who have automatic access to public funding and looking into co-productions with the Nordic countries, for Nordic projects, to come out to the international market.
  • Presentation of a few of the main TV channels and funding bodies (CNC, Procirep, ARTE etc) to understand better the funding and co-production possibilities for Nordic producers.
  • Selection of 2-3 Nordic projects with international appeal across 7 main pitch sessions to showcase the best of factual creativity – one to one meetings organized with interested Decision Makers following the pitch.
  • Sunny side will invite one film commissioner from each institution to accompany producers, participate in the pitch sessions and P2P meetings, and meet with his/her peers at CNC for co-productions.

Contact for more information & registration to the delegation: international@sunnysideofthedoc.com

Intern to Nordisk Panorama Forum

Do you want to learn from the best in pitching, matchmaking and financing of documentaries? Do you want to be part of the top professional team behind the best Nordic pitching forum for documentaries?

Then you could be just the intern we are looking for to join our team for the preparations of the keystone event Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries taking place in September 2017.

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

Deadline for application: 30 March. Read the full job ad here

Nordic Films from dok.incubator at Major International Festivals

The Nordic projects from the 2016 dok.incubator rough-cut workshop are premiering at major international festivals including IDFA and Sundance following the partnership between dok.incubator and Nordisk Panorama which was launched last year.

Established Finnish producer Kaarle Aho and director Tonislav Hristov entered the workshop with their rough-cut in spring 2016. After 6 months of intensive editing and project development, they released The Good Postman, screening at several European festivals this spring.

“Because of dok.incubator and their encouragement, we spent two or three more months editing the film,‘ said Kaarle. ‘It was a totally different film, but a better one.”

After a sold-out premiere at IDFA, they competed in Sundance’s prestigious World Documentary Competition as one of only 12 films selected from around the world.

Norwegian director Julia Dahr’s film Thank You For The Rain will begin it’s festival run at CPH:DOX in March and has been picked up by ZDF/ARTE.

Finally, the film Venus by Danish directors Lea Glob and Mette Carla Albrechtsen, which was also pitched at Nordisk Panorama Forum, premiered in IDFA’s First Appearance competition, with screenings at DocPoint Tallin, DocPoint Helsinki and True/False Film Festival. It was nominated for the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Documentary at Göteborg Film Festival alongside The Good Postman.

This year, 10 projects from the Nordic countries have applied to dok.incubator. The final selection will be announced on 25 March.

Meet us at The Financing Forum for Kids Content, CPH:DOX & Good Pitch

Director Søren Poulsen will be present at The Financing Forum for Kids Content in Malmö, Sweden, 14-16 March.

Søren Poulsen will also be at CPH:DOX together with Forum Manager Christina Jul Gregersen and Festival Programme Manager Maja Lindquist.

Finally, Søren Poulsen, Christina Jul Gregersen and Festival Producer Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen will be attending Good Pitch Europe in Copenhagen 24 March 2017.

Get in touch with Søren by email or call him at +45 2636 4408. Contact Maja at +46 70 361 5144 or by email. Reach Christina by email or at +45 6131 8539 and contact Cecilie by email or at +46 70 868 9966.

Nordic Delegation Discount to Sheffield Doc/Fest

Nordisk Panorama is arranging the Nordic delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest again this year. Join the delegation to get a special rate on your access to UK’s premier documentary marketplace, festival and conference, taking place 9-14 June 2017! Reduced rate delegate pass: GBP 209 + VAT against the early bird price GBP 259.

Read more about the delegation here. To sign up for the Nordic delegation, please send name, email and company for all participants to Forum Manager Christina Jul Gregersen by the delegation deadline 27 April at noon.

The deadline for submissions to Sheffield Doc/Fest’s MeetMarket and the Alternate Realities Market, open for documentary filmmakers & interactive media-makers to pitch innovative projects to the key funders and experts is 16 March 2017 @ 17:00 UK time. Read more & submit here.

Finland Introduces Cash Rebate

Finland is introducing a new lure for international filmmakers looking for co-production opportunities or shooting locations. The 25% cash rebate aims to make production and post-production in Finland financially lucrative.

Tekes (the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation) administrates the incentive program and Tekes’ product manager Merja Salonen says: “Comments have been very positive and encouraging.” Salonen adds: “The simplicity of the online application and the fastness of the application and payment process have been key factors to attract production companies to look at the Finnish cash rebate. Tekes is prepared to disburse also during production which is a great benefit.”

You can find more information about the Finnish 25% cash rebate here.

Names in the News

Who’s where now:
New Head of Programme at DOK Leipzig

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2017

Already from the beginning of the year, Nordic short films and documentaries are taking home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2017 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!

 

 

January 2017


 Submit Your Nordic Shorts & Docs From 2016 to Nordisk Panorama 2017!

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 28th edition of Nordisk Panorama in Malmö, Sweden, 21-26 September 2017!

Submission for Festival Competitions:
Films completed in 2016: 15 February
Films completed in 2017: 1 May

Submission for Market:
Films completed in 2016: 1 May
Films completed in 2017: 1 August

Click here for more information and to submit.

NP Nomadic Office: Project Consultancy at Tempo Documentary Festival

At Tempo Documentary Festival taking place 6-12 March 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden, Nordisk Panorama offers individual project consultancy regarding Nordic and international financing of documentaries again this year.

Filmmakers with new documentary projects will have the opportunity to get feedback on their project’s Nordic/international potential as well as tips for further development and possible financiers. A limited number of projects will get consultancy. The consultations will take place Thursday and Friday 9-10 March according to individual appointments.

Deadline for submission of projects: 23 February 2017. Read more on how to apply here.

dok.incubator Calls for Feature Docs in Rough-cut Stage – Deadline 1 February

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 rought-cut stage will be selected to participate. During 3 workshops in April, June and September teams of producer-director-editor will focus the film’s topic and sharpen the storytelling, get a wider perspective to see the film in the international market and concrete tools to effectively approach their future audience. Intensive editing, distribution and audience building work upgrades the rough-cut to a high-end film to meet a worldwide interest.

Nordic projects from the 2016 edition of dok.incubator include Sundance nominee ‘The Good Postman’, IDFA-competitor ‘Venus’, and ‘Thank You For The Rain’, which has been picked up by ARTE.

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 1 February. Find more info and apply here.

Curious about VR? Apply for Common Shores by 1 February

Are you curious to learn how to use VR and 360 video to create innovative stories and experiences? Then this is a weekend for you!

Common Shores is a Nordic collaboration that aims to bring together passionate and creative people from different backgrounds to create and tell stories in VR. Nordisk Panorama is a part of this collaboration.

Together you will develop VR prototypes using the breathtaking and historical setting of Bohus Fortress as inspiration. An experienced facilitator will guide you through the innovation process where you and your group will brainstorm an idea, figure out how to make it, and discover new ways to solve storytelling problems. The process is the important part, not the product.

Join us for an immersive and exciting weekend at the Bohus Fortress in Sweden 22-24 April 2017. During the weekend you will live, work, and socialize with your peers and it will all be rounded off with the opportunity to present the prototypes to potential financiers.

Deadline for applications is 1 February. Apply using this link.

The event is free for all participants who are selected and open to those residing in the Nordic countries. There are no prerequisites other than a curious mind and excitement to work with new people. For more information about the event please visit the Common Shores website.

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 2017.

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 job ad here.

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.

Registration will open late January, but you can already sign up for the Nordic delegation now to make sure you get a discounted all access pass for only CAD 600 ex. tax (early-bird price CAD 825)!

The discount is available until the all access passes are sold out. The deadline to sign up is 7 March, but the sooner you register the better the chances. Last year the all access passes were sold out early March.

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

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: 2 March) and to the Distribution Rendevouz meetings with top level distributors, sales agents and festival programmers (Submission deadline: 27 March).

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

Director Søren Poulsen is visting DocPoint – Helsinki Documentary Film Festival 25-28 January to meet with Finnish industry professionals and scout for interesting opportunities for our Finnish focus at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017.

Søren will also attend the Berlinale 11-15 February to have meetings with partners and promote Nordisk Panorama to market professionals.

Market Manager Jing Haase will be in Clermont-Ferrand 5-9 February for Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Market. Besides promoting Nordisk Panorama to an ever expanding network of professionals, Jing 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 8 Nordic films are selected for competition in Clermont-Ferrand. See the list of films here.

To reach Søren, send him an email or call him at +45 2636 4408. To set up a meeting with Jing, send her an email or contact her at +45 3132 0212.

Names in the News

Who’s where now:
New CEO at The Why Foundation

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2016

Nordic short films and documentaries take home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2016 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!

November 2016


Lots of Nordic Docs at IDFA – Meet Us There

At IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, (16-27 November) more than 30 films from the Nordic countries can be enjoyed in the different sections of the festival and we are proud that half of them have been part of Nordisk Panorama as a project or finished film!

The Nordic countries are also very well represented at the IDFA Forum with 12 Nordic projects + 5 minor Nordic co-productions out of a total of 60 projects in the official selection, which means that no less than 28% of the projects have Nordic input. This goes to show that Nordic docs are thriving! We are proud to say that 8 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. The Nordisk Panorama team will be in Amsterdam promoting Nordic docs. We are available as your Nordic point of contact, so don’t be a stranger.

Director Søren Poulsen, programme manager Maja Lindquist, forum manager Christina Jul Gregersen and forum coordinator Lea Maria Strandbæk Sørensen will be at IDFA. Christina will work as a matchmaker, facilitating interaction between forum participants. Please find our contact info here, to set up a meeting if there’s anything we can help you with.

Check Out the Photos from this Year’s Festival & Save the Date for 2017

Nordisk Panorama Film Festival took place during six intense days in September. If you just can’t wait for next year’s Nordisk Panorama or you want to look back on great times at the festival, then check out our selection of photos on Facebook to enjoy some of the golden moments of Nordisk Panorama 2016!

Don’t forget to save the date for 2017: 21-26 September. As a new thing in 2017, we will kickstart the festival a day earlier with our grand opening taking place already on Thursday evening the 21st of September, giving more room for the many great films and activities during the festival. Join us in Malmö in 2017.

We Would Love to Hear Your Input for Nordisk Panorama

This year’s Nordisk Panorama Film Festival was a great succes. We had a rise in audience attendance in the cinemas of 37 % and our financing forum as well as our market place experienced a huge interest from industry professionals.

We already got some very valuable feedback from many of you who attended the festival through our surveys. Getting your input of things you loved about us is always very encouraging and we deeply appreciate that so many of you take the time to tell us. Thank you for that.

Getting your critical comments and brilliant ideas for Nordisk Panorama in the future is of the utmost importance to us and it is of great value to the hard work we do for your benefit.

From now until Christmas we will be scrutinizing our operations looking for ways to improve what we do and increase the value it may create for you. So please come forward with your thoughts to soren@nordiskpanorama.com.

Meet Us in Winterthur

Nordisk Panorama’s Market Manager Jing Haase has been invited to Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur to moderate the seminar “How Does a Film Market Work?” on Friday 11 November 15:15 at Alte Kaserne. The seminar is part of the Industry Lab and this year’s theme is Work in Progress.

On the panel will be: Stephanie McArthur / Hot Docs International Documentary Festival (CAN), Sylvain Vaucher / Swiss Films (SUI), Roger Gonin / Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival (FRA).

Jing will be in Winterthur 10-13 November.

NP Promotes Nordic Shorts in China

Market Manager Jing Haase will attend the International Short Film Market at China International New Media Short Film Festival in Shenzhen, China. She will join Jukka-Pekka Laakso and Tampere Film Festival at a stand on the market to promote and market Nordic short films and the Nordic Short Film Festival Network.

Jing will be in China 24-29 November. To set up a meeting with her, come by the stand, send an email or contact her at +45 3132 0212.

Names in the News

Who’s where now. Here are some of the headlines about names in the news:

Two New Consultants at The Swedish Film Institute
Tore Tomter to Leave NRK
Mette Hoffmann Meyer has Left DR

Congratulations to the Nordic Award Winners of 2016

Nordic short films and documentaries take home awards all over the world. Check out the Nordic short and doc award winners of 2016 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!

 

 

October 2016 – Festival After Blast


 

The 2016 festival in review, and an invitation to save the dates 21-26 September in 2017 for the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival next year in Malmö, Sweden.

The 27th annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö for the fourth consecutive year exceeded our most optimistic expectations thanks to a continuously growing audience from Malmö combined with film professionals from 39 countries.

This year´s festival audience in cinema increased by 37% compared to 2015, thus surpassing our highly set goal in regards to attract a bigger audience into cinematic experiences. Furthermore, it feels very good to have passed the 15 000 audience count when including all events arranged during the 2016 Film Festival. This is an increase of 13% since 2015 and 43% since 2014.

In the cinemas we screened some of the greatest and most important Nordic short and documentary film productions and narratives produced in 2015 and 2016, and at Forum and Market we provided a platform aimed at the future for funding, distribution, feedback, collaboration and experience exchange.

As previously communicated during the final days of the 2016 festival we proudly announced the Best Nordic Documentary winner Don Juan [Sweden/Finland] directed by Jerzy Sladkowski, the Best Nordic Short Film winner Forgotten Reason [Sweden] directed by Peter Larsson, the Best New Nordic Voice winner Front View of my Father [Denmark] directed by Nicoline Skotte Jacobsen, the Nordisk Panorama Audience Award winner Yarn [Iceland, Poland] directed by Thordur Jonsson, Heather Millard & Una Lorenzen as well as the Children’s Choice Award winner Ruth [Iceland/Poland] directed by Hanna Heilborn.

NP MARKET

The market was buzzing with over 100 international decision-makers from more than 25 countries, making great use of the screening facilities, the closed screenings, one-to-one meetings, Work-in-Progress presentations and Outlook Sessions.

NP FORUM

A record number of more than 300 professionals from 25 countries attended Nordisk Panorama Forum 2016. 24 projects pitched at NP Forum to more than 70 decision-makers while 22 projects were presented in one-to-one meetings. An all time high of more than 570 pre-booked meetings compared to last year’s 510 took place over the two afternoons of the forum. We are looking forward to following the projects, seeing the results and hopefully welcoming back the finished films at Nordisk Panorama Film Festival.

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 2016 Special Programme

The 2016 Special Programme focused on the themes Young Nordics, Special industry programme, Norway in focus, Swedish sin, Digital disruption, Animation and the 24 hour cinematic life puzzle and challenged the norms and spectrums of storytelling by taking the festival to new venues and domains.

To mention a few highlights we, with Pool Cinema, brought the film media to unknown waters by combining the pleasures of swimming and film watching, and in the Malmö streets we attracted more than 150 people to join our “A Wall is a Screen” tour. At Blå Båten we were spell bound listening to Aslaug Holm and Sara Broos at the annual “Our Dinner With…” event, at Spegeln we got the audience into a Knit-A-long screening and at Stadsarkivet we delivered thought provoking out of body experiences through the magic of virtual reality. All of which are covered in our recently published photo albums on Facebook (links below).

Norway in Focus

In 2016 the spotlight was on Norway, a country as diverse and norm challenging as its fairy tale like landscape. Who would have thought that Slow TV and an intense chess drama would attract attention from all corners of the world? It all comes down to dedication, and the belief in what you do and the value of doing it. Aslaug Holm spent 10 years recording her two sons’ childhood, covering every aspect from love to laugh and struggle to sorrow. Long before her, Thor Heyerdahl put his life at risk in an attempt to test his scientific theories by crossing the Pacific Sea. In more modern times, far away from stormy and shark-infested waters, Paul S Refsdal faced another fear while living with suicide bombers in an endeavour to grasp their perception of the world. They all compromised their lives in one way or another to deliver to the society a better understanding of the world – a true testament to dedication and to the love of knowledge and curiosity. Norway, we admire you.

For a full summary Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2016, please visit “2016 in Review”.

 

 

 

September 2016


Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2016 Winners Announced

The 27th annual Nordisk Panorama Film Festival Winners were announced during the spectacular Awards Gala tonight at Malmö Town Hall. For five days the Jury Members and the local audience have selected the best new Nordic Documentaries and Short Films – almost 100 films divided into four categories. The winners are:

 

Best Nordic Documentary

Winner
Don Juan [Sweden/Finland]
Director: Jerzy Sladkowski

Motivation
For its dedication to “pure cinema”, for its honesty and visual beauty a unanimous jury give this award to “Don Juan”. This deeply moving love story was placed on our doorsteps with such a sensitive gaze and care with characters who were compelling and authentic although with rough edges. We all should hope to meet and/or have a Tania in our life. We loved it!

Jury
Grit Lemke, DOK Leipzig [Germany], Chris Hastings, World Channel [USA], Camilla Nielsson, Winner of Best Nordic Documentary Award 2015 [Denmark].

About the Award
The Best Nordic Documentary Award is presented by the documentary jury to one of the 14 films in the Nordic Documentary Competition. The award goes to the director(s) of the film.

14 documentaries competed for the Nordic Documentary Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum is 11,000 € and is sponsored by the Nordic public broadcasters DR, YLE, RUV, NRK and SVT.

 

Best Nordic Short Film

Winner
Forgotten Reason [Sweden]
Director: Peter Larsson

Motivation
A hypnotic journey into the darkest of forests. Within an atmosphere of ambiguity, the phantasmagoric suggestion of figures, faces and ominous sound, in interaction with the landscape, invokes a space for immersive personal interpretation. An unforgettable nightmare.

Jury
Lydia Beilby, Edinburgh International Film Festival [UK], Eva Schweizer, SRF [Switzerland], Einar Baldvin, Winner of the Best Nordic Short Film Award 2015 [Iceland].

About the Award
The Best Nordic Short Film Award is presented by the short film jury to one of the 26 films in the Nordic Short Film Competition. The prize-winning film will qualify for consideration in the Short Film Category of the Annual Academy Awards® without the standard theatrical run, provided that the film otherwise complies with the Academy rules. The award goes to the director(s) of the film.

26 short films competed for the Nordic Short Film Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum of 7,000 € is sponsored by the Nordic directors’ associations Danish Film Directors, Directors Guild of Finland, Guild of Icelandic Film Directors, Norwegian Film Makers Association and Swedish Film Directors.

 

Best New Nordic Voice

Winner
Front View of my Father [Denmark]
Director: Nicoline Skotte Jacobsen

Motivation
The award for Best New Nordic Voice goes to a distinct artistic voice which, interestingly, creates a very intimate and tender atmosphere through a staged setting. This methodology adds an honesty to the project, which maybe feels more real than a conventional realistic approach. With a subtle playful seriousity the director approaches a subject of lost and longing for intimacy in a brave and innovative manner. The jury is happy to see a father-daughter relationship in focus, something we seldom see in film. We award a film that draws on performance tradition and process based film, but moves it forward. The winner leaves the jury with tears in our eyes and makes us want to call our fathers – the winner of Best New Nordic Voice is “Front View of My Father”.

Jury
Birgitte Weinberger, Odense Film Festival [Denmark], Oscar Eriksson, Folkets Bio [Sweden], Ane Hjort Guttu, New Nordic Voice Special Mention 2015 [Norway].

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

The Best New Nordic Voice Award is presented by the New Nordic Voices jury to one of the 10 films in the New Nordic Voices Competition. The award goes to the director(s) of the film.

10 films competed for the New Nordic Voices Award.

Sponsored by
The prize sum is 3,500 € and is sponsored by regional film centres.

 

Nordisk Panorama Audience Award

Winner
Yarn [Iceland, Poland]
Directors: Thordur Jonsson, Heather Millard & Una Lorenzen

Jury
The Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2016 audience by voting

About the Award
To win the prize of the audience of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival is among the finest appreciation a filmmaker can get.

The audience can vote for any of the Nordic short films and documentaries competing in the main competition programme and the new Nordic films in the special programmes using the voting cards handed out after the screenings.

Sponsored by
The NP Audience Award prize sum is 2,500 € and is sponsored by the City of Malmö.

 

Thank you to all the competing films, jurys and audience.

/ The Nordisk Panorama Team