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‘Ambulance’ wins Talent Forum

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A 2003 graduate of the National Film School of Denmark, Danish director Laurits Munch-Petersen, returned several weeks ago from Copenhagen’s Nordic Talent Forum with the first prize of $30,000 for best pitch of a new feature, “The Ambulance.”

“The Ambulance,” follows two criminals who steal an ambulance after a failed bank robbery. It will be made by Danish major Nordisk Film. Some 200 film professionals, including 37 Danish, Swedish and Finnish film graduates, participated in the three-day Nordic Talent Forum, organised by the Nordic Film & TV Fund. The $15,000 prize for Best Documentary pitch went to Michael Noer for “The Earth Under My Feet.”

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