• Oskar’s America

    This article is part of the new issue of Cinema Scandinavia and is free to read online for one week. To read this article (and many other great ones!), please order a copy of our magazine or become a member.  There are at least a couple of foibles to which family films are prone to

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  • King’s Bay

    King’s Bay is a Norwegian theatrical response to the current Nordic Noir climate: politics, conspiracy, corruption; it has it all. King’s Bay is a fictional thriller based on some occurring coincidences that happened around the same time as the Cold War in the 1960’s. The accident in the coal mine in King’s Bay in Spitsbergen

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  • From the Balcony / Fra balkongen

    Ole Giæver is a man of contemplation. Wandering and solitary dreaming plays a big part in his films, and in From the Balcony the Norwegian film-maker and young father offers us a soliloquy on the course of life and his most intimate reflections. Ole Giæver presents himself as one minuscule dot in the expanse of

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