2023 was a year of new co-production alliances, green collaboration models, and astonishing Nordic productions.

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The annual report summarises Nordisk Film & TV Fond’s activities during 2023 through reflections, facts and figures.

The report also analyses industry challenges and highlights Nordic productions. Productions supported by the Fund made a strong impact internationally in 2023. The Swedish documentary And the King Said, What a Fantastic Machine by Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January, winning the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Creative Vision. At Prix Italia, the Danish Prisoner (Huset), created by Kim Fupz Aakeson, won the award for Best Series. At Prix Europa, the Swedish series Blackwater (Händelser vid vatten), directed by Mikael Marcimain, was awarded the Best Miniseries prize. The Norwegian series Power Play (Makta) by Johan Fasting, Kristin Grue and Silje Storstein received prizes in Berlin and Cannes. The Danish film The Promised Land (Bastarden) by Nikolaj Arcel won a number of prizes nationally and internationally.

The winners of the annual events organised by the Fund in 2023 were the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize winner Kenneth Karlstad for Kids in Crime; the Nordic Council Film Prize winners Frederikke Aspöck, Anna Neye, Pernille Munk Skydsgaard, Nina Leidersdorff and Meta Louise Foldager Sørensen for Empire (Viften); and Marlene Emilie Lyngstad, Carl Olsbæk Adelkilde and Las Dyhcrone were the winners of the two prizes at Nordic Talents.

The Fund allocated a total amount of NOK 123,624,736 in 2023, granting top up financing to 74 productions, in addition to distribution and/or dubbing support to 64 films, as well as support to 23 industry initiatives.

The annual report is available in English and Norwegian.
To read the Annual Report 2023: CLICK HERE.