International sales company Versatile has added two titles to its lineup: Catherine Deneuve starrer “Satisfactions” and “Blind,” the feature debut of Norway's Eskil Vogt, co-screenwriter on Joachim…
"Oslo, August 31st" (2011) was his third collaboration with director Joachim Trier and earned Ihre cinematography prizes at the Kanon Awards and the Stockholm Film Festival.
Rene Asch of Berlin-based Films in Motion and Petter Vennerod of Merkur Films in Oslo have teamed up to develop and co-produce a trio of English-language films in Germany and Norway.
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Joachim Trier's "Oslo, August 31st" and plans a late spring release.
New Directors/New Films, the annual festival that teams Film Society of Lincoln Center with Gotham's Museum of Modern Art, has set an initial slate of seven features that includes Cannes Camera d'Or…
Opposites attract to incendiary effect in "Our Own Oslo" but alas, the fire is literal rather than metaphorical in debuting Icelandic director Reynir Lyngdal's romantic comedy.
A confident and beautifully crafted second film from Norwegian helmer Joachim Trier.
"Hawaii, Oslo" proves it's still possible to do exciting work in the sub-genre created by such exceptional pictures as "Short Cuts" and "Magnolia." The story of a bunch of people inter-connecting…
Controlling up to 30% of the theatrical market in Norway, Oslo Municipal Cinemas (OMC) is the jewel of the crown in Norwegian exhibition. The country's largest circuit programs 31 screens in the…
Stein Slyngstad, managing director of Oslo's Onstad Art Museum, was appointed last week CEO of the Norwegian Film Fund, the new state institution that will be responsible for the allocation of the…