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Missed the Nordics in Cannes?

Here is your chance to catch up on our insightful Webinars from last week, get the overview of films screened at the market as well as Who is Who in Scandinavian Films.

 
 
 
• Pandemic Production: Lessons Learned in the Nordics
• Going Green
• Reaching Audiences in 2020 and Beyond
• Fresh Flesh: The Rising Nordic Genre Talents
• Getting Your First Feature off the Ground
• Nordic Films at Marché du Film
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Learning from the Nordic Experts about Pandemic Production

The world’s film and TV producers are closely watching the Nordic countries, as they have resumed production during COVID earlier than most other parts of the world.

During the Scandinavian Films webinar on June 22, Pandemic Production: Lessons Learned in the Nordics, producers, filmmakers and executives discussed lessons learned and best practices in restarting film shoots during the pandemic, working across all kinds of shoots and budget levels. Read more...

 
 
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Going Green, from Reusable Bottles to skipping Planes

Filmmakers and green experts from across the Nordics called on the industry to be more mindful of environmental issues as they plan their productions, especially regarding air travel.

The Going Green webinar, presented on June 23 from the Scandinavian Films umbrella group, welcomed six experts. Read more...

 
 
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Nordic Audiences Show Confidence Returning to Cinemas

Nordic distributors and exhibitors are adapting to the unprecedented times of 2020, using innovative approaches for reaching audiences, from VOD partnerships to outdoor screenings.

During the “reaching audiences” Scandinavian Films webinar on June 24, experts from across the Nordic countries shared lessons safely reopening and what they expect for the future. Read more...

 
 
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Fresh Flesh: Meet the Rising Nordic Genre Talents

Meet the new voices in Nordic genre filmmaking. We talk to rising genre talents about their upcoming projects, and also about trends in genre filmmaking. How are they exploring new ideas with genre and what’s so special about genre storytelling in the Nordic countries?

A Scandinavian Films Cannes 2020 webinar, Fresh Flesh, on June 25, we spoke to six rising genre talents from across the Nordic territories about their upcoming films and what makes the region’s genre films so unique. Read more...

 
 
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Feels like the First Time – How to get your First Feature off the Ground

It can feel like a big leap to get your first feature made – from finding the right producer and financing, to protecting your artistic vision, and reaching audiences.

During a Scandinavian Films webinar on June 26, six directors from across the Nordic countries talked about the lessons they have learned while making their debut features. Read more...

 
 
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Wendy Mitchell is the moderator of Scandinavian Films' webinars

 
 

Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Wendy Mitchell is a contributing editor and the Nordic correspondent for Screen International and is the editor of the European Film Academy’s Close-up magazine. She is also the Nordic and UK delegate for the San Sebastian International Film Festival and a consultant for the International Film Festival Rotterdam and Zurich Film Festival and Zurich Summit.

 
 
 

Nordic Films at Marché du Film Online 2020

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Nordic market screenings for buyers and other industry experts include festival triumphs such as Rotterdam Big Screen winner A Perfectly Normal Family, Berlinale hits Wildland and First and Last Men, Sundance selections Charter and The Painter and the Thief, and Venice buzz title Beware of Children. Other films on offer include MIka Kaurismaki’s comedy-drama Master Chang, Finnish feminist omnibus film Force of Habit, Danish horror film Breeder, Swedish musical A Piece of My Heart, Icelandic documentary A Song Called Hate and Norwegian historical drama The Spy, amongst dozens more.

 
 
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