In March, The Norwegian Short Film Festival decided to go digital, and today we can finally present the result! In addition to an updated website, we have a brand new streaming platform.
Our goal is to recreate and translate the festival feeling digitally, and present the strong program in a user-friendly way. As usual, we offer you the best of Norwegian and international short films, virtual meetings and interactions with established and emerging filmmakers, exciting and informative discussions and events.
This year’s filmmaker in focus is Swedish director Amanda Kernell,known for her feature film Sami Blood, as well as her many shorts. We are proud to screen her wonderful shorts and host a special master class. Our special programs include shorts from international star directors, films about architecture, alternative pornography, and Norwegian shorts inspired by the Cocid-19 lockdown. We also have a special industry section, with masterclasses, seminars on digital distribution, talks with some of Norway’s most prominent filmmakers – and, as usual, Sundance and Toronto
International Film Festival present a selection of their best films.
How the festival works:
Festival passes are now available for purchase for a reduced price of only 200 NOK!
Anyone can access and explore the program, but you must have a festival pass in order to view. Festival passes can be purchased here.
The films will be available to view from Wednesday June 10th at 12.00 to Sunday June 14th at 23.59 (CEST). Many events will be streamed live, but the recording will also be made available afterwards.
On our daily planner you will find the screening times of all live events.
Further information is available in our FAQ-fane on our website.
Welcome to the 43rd Norwegian Short Film Festival 2020!
Institut francais de Norvege
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