Nordisk Panorama Forum is the main funding event for the Nordic documentary community and has been a vital part of Nordisk Panorama since 1994.It takes place Sunday-Wednesday 25-28 September and welcomes independent documentary projects in all stages from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland, The Faroe Islands, Åland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
Up to 24 projects will be selected for public pitching Monday and Tuesday. Producers looking for meetings with decision-makers can also apply with a project as observer+. A maximum of 24 observer+ projects will be selected. Individual meetings between selected projects and decision-makers will be scheduled by the forum team and take place in the afternoons.
Check out the NP Forum guidelines for more information on how to apply with a project.
Work in Progress is part of Nordisk Panorama Market. It presents 6 nearly finished documentary projects, almost ready to make it onto the world stage.
The projects are presented to international and Nordic decision makers in a tailor made event, created to make sure that each project benefits the most from the presentation. The presentations are followed by consecutive one-to-one meetings in the afternoon.
The Work in Progress presentations follow up on former Nordisk Panorama Forum pitches and pitches at fora around the world. All projects presented are looking for a last push to be finalized, a sales agent/distributor or festival premiere.
Check out the Work in Progress guidelines for more information on how to apply with a project.
Applications for Nordisk Panorama Forum and Work in Progress are submitted through the same application form.
Projects fitting the eligibility criteria are welcome to apply to both Nordisk Panorama Forum and Work in Progress.