NFI’s Dahle bows out

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Erling Dahle, managing director of the Norwegian Film Institute, will leave his position after six years due to an ongoing illness. He will be succeeded by acting director Vigdis Lian, the chief of the institute’s film museum and cinematheque.

Dahle will continue to work for the Cultural Ministry in an advisory capacity.

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