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13 articles available in total starting from 22/04/2013. Last article published on 31/10/2018.

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Woman at War wins the 2018 Nordic Council Film Prize

Woman at War wins the 2018 Nordic Council Film Prize

Iceland’s Benedikt Erlingsson has scored his second win at the grandest of the Nordic cinema awards  

31/10/2018 | Awards | Nordic countries

Joachim Trier wins the Nordic Council Film Prize on the third attempt

Joachim Trier wins the Nordic Council Film Prize on the third attempt

The Norwegian director’s English-language Louder than Bombs, starring Isabelle Huppert and Gabriel Byrne, has finally snagged Scandinavia’s biggest film award  

02/11/2016 | Awards | Nordic countries

Scenes from a Dying Town comes to life at Nordic Talents

Scenes from a Dying Town comes to life at Nordic Talents

Kaisa El Ramly won the €27,000 Nordic Talents Pitch Prize at the annual competition organised by the Nordisk Film & TV Fond and the Danish National Film School  

14/09/2016 | Awards | Denmark/Nordic countries

Iceland wins the Nordic Council Film Prize for the second year in a row

Iceland wins the Nordic Council Film Prize for the second year in a row

Dagur Kári’s Virgin Mountain has received the Nordic Council Film Prize 2015 for Best Nordic Film  

28/10/2015 | Awards | Nordic countries

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

August’s Silent Heart, Valkeapää’s They Have Escaped, Kári’s Virgin Mountain, Giæver’s Out of Nature and Marcimain’s Gentlemen have been nominated for the prestigious prize  

31/08/2015 | Awards | Nordic countries

Of Horses and Men picks up the Nordic Council Film Prize

Of Horses and Men picks up the Nordic Council Film Prize

Icelandic writer-director Benedikt Erlingsson's country romance about the human streak in the horse – and that of the horse in the human – is Iceland's first win  

30/10/2014 | Awards | Nordic Countries

Nordic Film Weekend at Oslo’s Film House

Nordic Film Weekend at Oslo’s Film House

The Norwegian Film Institute will present the five nominees for the Nordic Council Film Prize, with introductions by the filmmakers  

23/10/2014 | Awards | Nordic countries

Nymphomaniac nominated for the biggest Nordic film prize

Nymphomaniac nominated for the biggest Nordic film prize

Lars von Trier’s film is competing with Concrete Night, Of Horses and Men, Blind and Force Majeure for the honour and €47,000  

04/09/2014 | Awards | Nordic countries

Eight Nordic winners at the world’s largest children’s film festival

Eight Nordic winners at the world’s largest children’s film festival

Danish director Kenneth Kainz’s Otto Is a Rhino named Best Animated Feature at the 30th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, which screened 240 films from 40 countries  

04/11/2013 | Awards | Nordic countries

The Hunt has been called off: Vinterberg won his second Nordic film prize

The Hunt has been called off: Vinterberg won his second Nordic film prize

Now running for an Oscar nomination, Danish director Thomas Vinterberg became the first filmmaker to take home the Nordic Council Film Prize for the second time  

31/10/2013 | Awards | Nordic countries

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