Nordisk bows pic plan

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Nordisk Film TV is to launch a package of low-budget features in an effort to turn red figures black.

company, in the middle of shooting Scandinavia’s most expensive pic, the $10.6 million “I Am Dina,” generated a $2.5 million deficit last year, which prexy Soren Jacobsen put down to a stagnating TV market and two flop pics.

Company axed half of the 200 staff in its TV division last year, including the managing director.

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