Reports and videos on the Nordic audio-visual industry.
A major part of the material has been produced during the Fund´s theme years:
Nordic Green (2023), 20-Something (2022), Documentary Year (2021).
This webinar is produced as part of New Nordic Narratives & supported by Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Nordic Council of Ministers & Nordisk Kulturfond and was featured on the industry platform of Gothenburg Film Festival 2023.
The webinar "A Day In The Life Of A Public Broadcaster" co-organised by Nordisk Panorama and Nordisk Film & TV Fond intends to facilitate the dialogue between independent filmmakers and public broadcasters, and improve mutual cooperation, at a time when the gap between the two parties seems to be widening.
Viaplay, HBO Max Nordic, VGTV Norway and Síminn in Iceland have unveiled their doc strategy at the webinar "Meet the Doc Players" held May 2022, co-organised by Nordisk Film & TV Fond and Nordisk Panorama.
In early March 2022, two former Input TV colleagues talked about Russia's attack on Ukraine.
On Friday 21 January 2022 the Fund invited key decision-makers to discuss the ‘Future of Film at a Crossroads’, and possible ways forward to strengthen the indie film sector.
The brainstorming session "Beyond Best Practices" September 24 2021 on environmental sustainability in the Nordics was co-organised by the Finnish Film Affair and Nordisk Film & TV Fond as part of the Fund's initiative Audiovisual Collaboration 2021.
The Town Hall professional forum returned to Nordisk Panorama September 19 2021, its stated aim to work out how best to overcome obstacles and embrace opportunities within the ever-changing documentary landscape. The event was presented in collaboration with Nordisk Film & TV Fond as part of its Audiovisual Collaboration 2021 industry meet up.
The “Status Quo-Diversity” panel held in Haugesund August 25 2021 was co-organised by New Nordic Films and Nordisk Film & TV Fond as part of its Audiovisual Collaboration 2021 industry meet-up. The session was meant to spur dialogue between decision-makers and filmmakers, at a time when global movements such as Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, and audiences ‘hunger for different stories, are prompting structural change in the audiovisual industry.
March 27 2021 webinar “From Pre-Pandemic flashback to post-pandemic visions of documentary distribution” was held as part of CPH:DOX’s CPH:CONFERENCE and Nordisk Film & TV Fond’s initiative Audiovisual Collaboration 2021.
The webinar ‘The EU Meets the Nordics’ was held 15 March 2021 within the frame of the ‘Audiovisual Collaboration 2021’ initiative, co-organised by Nordisk Film & TV Fond and the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. The bridge-building session was the opportunity for EU and the Nordic Industry to create a dialogue about the Media and Audiovisual Action Plan (MPPA) and Creative Europe.