This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
This is a list of the one hundred and one films listed in the book "100 norske filmer du må se" (100 Norwegian films you must see), edited by Gunn E. Schmidt, published in 2008.
The list is first and foremost a presentation of lots of evidence that Norwegian film is better than it's reputation.
This is a list of all the films that have come out of the Dogme95-movement.
I've used the list on the Danish wikipedia-article as source.
Eight of the films are not registered on IMDb and is therefore not included in this list. These missing films are the reason for the wrong numbering from #27 and on. The eight missing ones are as follows:
Dogme # 27: Come Now (USA)
Dogme # 36: Amateur Dramatics (Anja Laumann, England/Danmark)
Dogme # 38: Mere Players (Vaun Monroe, USA)
Dogme # 39: el ultimo lector (Sergio Marroquin, Mexico)
Dogme # 40: Lazy Sunday Afternoons (Joe Martin, England)
Dogme # 42: DarshaN (Travis Pearson, USA)
Dogme # 43: 11:09 (Adam Wolf, USA)
Dogme # 44: Jagten på det gode liv (Faaeteamet, Danmark)
The Icelandic Film and Television Academy (IKSA) was founded in 1999 and gave its first awards ("Eddan" or the "Edda Award") the same year. The awards ceremony is broadcast live each year and has always maintained huge ratings (usually well over 60% of the entire population watches the show).
The Nordic Council Film Prize is an annual film prize administered by the Nordic Council. The first award was handed out in 2002 to celebrate the Nordic Council's 50th anniversary.Since 2005 the prize has been annual. One winner is chosen from submissions from the five Nordic countries.
This is a list of all the films that have been nominated to The Nordic Council Film Prize.
This is a list of all the films that have been awarded the Norwegian Film Critics Award (Filmkritikerprise), since it was first awarded in 1950.
The award have mainly been tied to a person (or sometimes two) that have contributer to Norwegian film in the previous year. People that have worked behind, or in front of, the camera. But the award have always been awarded for the work in a specific film (or in a few chases two films). With the only exception in 1956, when the award was given to Ivo Caprino for his animated short films based on fairy tales.
The 23 Best Scandinavian Movies of the 21st Century as composed by Evan Davies, a filmmaker and video archivist from New York, and posted on [url=http://www.tasteofcinema.com/2015/the-23-best-scandinavian-movies-of-the-21st-century/]Taste of Cinema[/url].