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Kids in Crime

2022
  • Director: : Kenneth Karlstad
  • Writer: : Kenneth Karlstad
  • Producer: Einar Film Drama, Brede Hovland, Teodor Sven Bø, Pål Kruke Kristiansen
  • Country: Norway
  • Original title: Kids in Crime
Winner 2023

Kids in Crime

Nominated writer: Kenneth Karlstad

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The Nominees 2023

Kids in Crime

Nominees

Kids in Crime / 2023 Norway

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Carmen Curlers

Nominees

Carmen Curlers / 2023 Denmark

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The Invincibles

Nominees

Rosvopankki / 2023 Finland

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As Long as We Live

Nominees

Evo lengi sem vi∂ lifum / 2023 Iceland

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Blackwater

Nominees

Händelser vid vatten / 2023 Sweden

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About Nordic Film & TV Fond Prize

Purpose
Nordic Film & TV Fond Prize's purpose is to strengthen Nordic drama series internationally and put the spotlight on the scriptwriter's important role in Nordic drama series.

The competition is part of Göteborg Film Festival's focus on TV-drama. The nominated scriptwriters are usually invited to GFF to participate in e.g. seminars and meet the festival audience in connection with the screenings. The plans for 2023's hybrid edition of GFF is still to be announced.

The prize-winning drama series
The winner will be announced during TV Drama Vision, 1 February 2023. The winner receives NOK 200,000 (approx.€ 20,000) and the winning script writer(s) will during the year be invited to various festivals by GFF.

Previous winners are Gísli Örn Gardarsson, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson and Mikael Torfason (Blackport), Maja Jul Larsen (Cry Wolf), Sara Johnsen (22 July), Merja Aakko & Mika Ronkainen (All the Sins), Adam Price (Ride Upon the Storm) and Mette M. Bølstad & Stephen Uhlander (Nobel).

Criteria for nomination
A selection group will shortlist a number of series, from that list five series will be chosen to compete for the Nordic Film & TV Fond Prize. One from each Nordic country. First seasons will be prioritised.

The jury
The jury will consist of minimum three experienced professionals (e.g. journalists, script writers and bestselling authors). At least one of them of non-Nordic origin. The jury's decision will be based on the script and at least 2-3 episodes of the series.

Event Dates

Award Ceremony
1 February 2023

Göteborg's old opera house, Stora Teatern. Read more and get an accreditation here.

Contact: Cia Edström
cia.edstrom@goteborgfilmfestival.se
https://goteborgfilmfestival.se/tv-drama-vision/

Nordisk Film & TV Fond

CEO
Liselott Forsman
liselott@nftvfond.com

Göteborg Film Festival

Head of TV Drama Vision
Cia Edström
cia.edstrom@goteborgfilmfestival.se

Göteborg Film Festival

Head of Communication
Andreas Degerhammar
andreas.degerhammar@goteborgfilmfestival.se