WWII drama 'Max Manus' to get $3 million
STOCKHOLM — The Norwegian Film Fund has earmarked 31.7 million kroner ($5.6 million) for three films.
WWII drama “Max Manus,” helmed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg, will receive $3 million toward its $9 million budget. The fact-based actioner is produced by Filmkameratene with John M. Jacobsen and Sveinung Golimo producing.
Matias Armand Jordal will make his feature debut with the drama “Sammen,” which gets $1.4 million toward its $2.3 million budget. Pic is produced by Mirmar Film Prods. with Tom Rysstad producing.
Rune D. Langlos will make his feature debut with the road movie “Nord,” which will get $1.2 million, just over half of its $2.2 million budget. Pic is produced by Motlys with Sigve Endresen and Brede Hovland as producers.