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Joachim Trier og Eskil Vogt på rød løper før norgespremieren på Oslo, 31. august i Haugesund (foto: A. K. Stave Ytreland)

Festival closing and award winners in Haugesund

The 39th Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund tonight closed with the premiere of Joachim Trier's Oslo, August 31st. The film also won the The Norwegian Film Critics Award in Haugesund during the closing ceremony. Director Joachim Trier was present in Haugesund together with screenwriter Eskil Vogt.
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Gunnar Johan Løvvik og Hariton Pushwagner

Pushwagner took control in Haugesund

Monday, things were finally ready for the premiere of the documentary about Pushwagner, as directed by Even Benestad and August Baugstø Hanssens. The protagonist himself turned out to be in great form already during the unveiling of the Pushwagner wall at the Rica Maritim Hotel in the morning.
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"Sons of Norway" opened the Norwegian International Film Festival

It was a great atmosphere in Haugesund sunday, when Sons of Norway opened the 39th Norwegian International Film Festival. The filmmakers and the actors drove on to the red carpet using the hippie van from the film – to great applause from the onlookers.
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Nordic opening in Haugesund

Thursday the Nordic audience programme Fokus Norden during the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund is opened. The opening film is Jannicke Systad Jacobsen's Turn Me on, Goddammit. The director is present in Haugesund together with the author Olaug Nilssen, who wrote the novel behind the film, as well as the actors Helene Bergsholm, Malin Bjørhovde, Matias Myren and Beate Støfring. As a supporting short, there will be a world premiere of Charlotte Blom's Dear Lisa with the director present.
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POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Morgan Spurlock to visit The Norwegian International Film Festival

It is a pleasure to confirm that the American documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock will visit Haugesund with his latest film POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.
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Olaug Nilssen, Nikolaj Frobenius og Christopher Grøndahl er blant forfatterne du kan møte under filmfestivalen (foto: Lars Myren Holand m.fl.)

The writers are coming!

The Norwegian International Film Festival wants to create a bigger space for the writers. To accomplish this, there will be a number of events focussing on this important profession within film production during this year's festival.
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Bram Stoker's Dracula

Master Class with Jim V. Hart: Deconstructing Dracula

The Master Class will explore how award-winning screenwriter Jim V. Hart adapted Dracula for Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s horror classic.
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Synnøve Macody Lund som Diana og Aksel Hennie som Roger Brown i Hodejegerne (Foto/Copyright: Erik Aavatsmark / Friland AS)

Headhunters to the Norwegian International Film Festival

The Norwegian International Film Festival has the pleasure to confirm that Morten Tyldum's Headhunters will receive its Norwegian premiere during the film festival in Haugesund. Headhunters is the first Jo Nesbø novel to be filmed, and it has already been sold to 30 countries.
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Eivind Sander, Morten Tyldum, Synnøve Macody Lund og Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Fotograf: Helge Hansen)

Gala premiere for "The Head Hunters"

There was a full house and a standing ovation when The Head Hunters received its gala premiere in Haugesund on Tuesday night.
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Regissør Anders Øvergaard sammen med skuespillerne fra Til siste hinder (Fotograf: Helge Hansen)

«Coming home» opened Cinemagi

To great applause, the actresses of Coming Home arrived at the red carpet on horseback before the opening of Cinemagi in Haugesund monday.
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Kongen av Bastøy ble kåret til Beste norske kinofilm (Fotograf: Helge Hansen)

The 2011 Amanda winners

King of Devil's Island won Best Norwegian Film in Theatrical Release, Erik Skjoldbjærg won Best Director with Nokas, while the audience award the People's Amanda went to The Troll Hunter during the big evening of celebration in Haugesund for the film industry. With its five Amanda Awards, Limbo became the biggest success.
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Lena Endre og Richard Hobert på Nordic Party i Cannes tidligere i år (foto: Karl Svedung)

Richard Hobert and Sven-Bertil Taube to Haugesund

The Swedish director Richard Hobert will visit the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund together with the famous actor and singer Sven-Bertil Taube in connection with the world premiere of Hobert's new film A One-way to Antibes, where Taube plays the lead. He is accompanied to Haugesund by Lena Endre, who has been nominated for an Amanda for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
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Levis hest er produsert med støtte fra Nordnorsk filmsenter

The entire country on the big screen in Haugesund

The entire country will be reflected on the big screen when the Norwegian International Film Festival is showcasing new, regional short films and documentaries in a brand new programme during this year's festival.
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Jens Liens Sønner av Norge åpner Den norske filmfestivalen 2011

The film programme is ready: Norwegian films dominate the festival

The Norwegian International Film Festival is proud to present this year's film programme, where Norwegian films dominate. As many as seven Norwegian features will premiere during the festival.
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Pushwagner to Haugesund

It is a pleasure to confirm that the documentary about Pushwagner will receive its Norwegian premiere during the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund. The film is directed by Even Benestad and August Baugstø Hanssen. Pushwagner will visit Haugesund with an exhibition in connection with the premiere and will also decorate an entire wall at the festival hotel – Rica Maritim Hotel – as a gift to the people of the city.
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Fjorårets åpningsfilm i Haugesund, Limbo, er nominert i hele ti kategorier. Her er regissør Maria Sødahl sammen med skuespiller Line Verndal under fjorårets festival (foto: Helge Hansen)

The 2011 Amanda Nominations

In connection with the Amanda Awards Ceremony on 20 August in Haugesund, the Amanda Committee today organised a press conference in Oslo, where the 2011 nominations for Amanda, the Norwegian Film Award, were announced.
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