Check out the wonderful films from all over the world that will compete for the Golden Chair for International Shorts in Grimstad this year!
Meet the panel of programmers who have curated the international short program this year.
The preselection comitee has been working hard and has selected the competition program for 2018!
A great place for fun in the sun, old and new friends and lots of exciting short films and events!
After a few years of only having films that have been specifically invited in our International Competition Program, we are opening up for international submissions!
Screen Talent Europe, Mediefabrikken and the Norwegian Short Film Festival invite emerging producers, directors and screenwriters from Northern Europe to pitch new short film projects.
This years nominated international shorts at The Norwegian Short Film Festival. Complete overview!
The complete liste of the nominated shorts, documentaries and music videos
We welcome all with Norwegian shorts, documentaries and music videos to enter their film for this years competition. We look forward to seeing all the talent we know we have in Norway these days! 2016 had a record amount of entries: 468 Norwegian films.
This year’s Golden Chair, Best Norwegian Short Film goes to Bird Hearts by Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel.
In cooperation with Oslo iFusion, The Norwegian Short Film Festival screens seven queer, international short films.
In cooperation with the famous Norwegian beer company Nøgne Ø we invite participants of the festival to a tour and beer tasting at the local brewery.
The Norwegian Short Film Festival are proud and excited to announce that we have been granted status as an Oscar qualifying festival!
This years festival team is a perfect mix of people who love film. We look forward to welcoming you to Grimstad from the 8th to the 12th of June 2016!
This year’s Golden Chair, best Norwegian Short Film, went to Small Talk, with a local producer from Grimstad, Jon M. Puntervold. Director Even Hafnor is also from the south of Norway, the city of Kristiansand. This is an historic award, as it is the first time a filmmaker from Grimstad has won the main prize in the festival’s 38 year long history.
Never before have we received so many Norwegian films, all of 438 films were submitted! 316 of these were short films. This is an increase of 20% from the average from 2010 – 2014.