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Den islandske produsenten Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson i samtaler etter presentasjonen av sitt filmprosjekt (Foto: Helge Hansen)

Call for projects

New Nordic Films invites producers to submit their film project for this year’s edition of Nordic Co-Production and Finance Market.

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Den danske filmskole og Den norske filmskole på plass under Den norske filmfestivalen i Haugesund i 2012 (Foto: Helge Hansen)

Student film competition in Haugesund

The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund will launch a new competition programme for graduation films from the Nordic film schools. The competition programme is a result of a long-standing co-operative effort with the film schools of Scandinavia.

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FILMFESTIVAL EXHIBITION 2013 – MARI SLAATTELID

15.08-15.09.2013

“Sky Centre” - paintings
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Optimistene avsluttet fjorårets filmfestival (foto: Norsk filmdistribusjon/Skofteland film)

The Optimists concludes the film festival in Haugesund Tuesday 20 August

Programme manager Håkon Skogrand thinks there will be laughter and tears of joy when the movie The Optimists concludes this years festival, on Tuesday 20 August: Not since Heftig og Begeistret have I seen a documentary with such a potential to succeed with the masses, he says.
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Aksel Hennie og Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games) i Pionér, årets åpningsfilm (Foto: Erik Aavatsmark)

Buy a Festival Pass and see the movies first!

Watch as many Norwegian and foreign film premiers as you please. Many of them have film guests attending. You can buy festival passes and tickets at Edda Kino, Festivitaten in Haugesund and www.filmfestivalen.no.

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Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins opens Cinemagi Saturday: Oscar winning director comes to Haugesund

It's a great pleasure to open Cinemagi with a legend within Norwegian children's culture- the great Alfie Atkins, says Tonje Hardersen, programme coordinator for Cinemagi. -Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins is a cultured animation which I am sure will entertain both newer and older generations of Alfie Atkins fans. Torill Kove, who won an Oscar in 2007 for Best Animated Short Film, will be coming to Haugesund Saturday 17 August with her newest film Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins.
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Pioneer opens the Norwegian Film Festival!

Erik Skjoldbjærgs's diving thriller Pioneer will be opening the 41 Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund, Thursday 15 August. Watch the trailer here.
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