"Being a part of EFP is something we find very valuable. When we go into new markets, we are more powerful as a group than individually."
Facts & Figures (2016)
Population 5.3 million
Norwegian feature-length premieres (of which 19 fiction films and 6 documentaries) 25 (or 30, with 5 minority co-productions)
National Market Share in cinemas 23.9 % (not including the minority co-productions)
Screens total 439
National Market Share on TV 4.7% (for films), 11.1% (for drama series) and 43.5% (for documentaries)
National Market Share on Video on Demand 7.8% (for films) and 14.9% (for drama series)
For more information, please have a look in the NFI annual report or in the annual report from FILM & KINO.
The Norwegian Film Institute is the executive body for Norwegian film and audiovisual policy, operating under the auspices of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Culture.
The Norwegian Film Instituteadministers government financial support and other support mechanisms for the development, production and distribution of Norwegian audiovisual productions. The Institute is the national centre for the development of talent and idesas in the Norwegian film, television and games industry, and is working actively to promote film culture and the Norwegian film heritage among a wide audience.
The Norwegian Film Institutecomprises departments for Development and Support, Promotion and International Relations, and Audience, as well as Administration and Information.
Scandinavian Films, the umbrella organisation of the 5 Nordic Film Institutions, is one of the 10 founding members of EFP. The Norwegian Film Institute became an individual EFP member in 1998.
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