Film

On 7 January (Saturday), a film screening focusing on exploring humans, nature, and bonding, was hosted at Himalayas Art Museum in Shanghai, organized by the Business Ecology magazine. Read more

For the second consecutive year the arctic film festival Beyond Frozen Point is taking place in Beijing between October 29 and November 6. Read more

Photo: ISFVF - Beijing.

The film “Mustang”, made by students at the Norwegian Film School, has been chosen as one of the finalists for this years’ International Student Film and Video Festival of Beijing Film Academy. The director, Jon Carlstedt will be in Beijing for the festival runs from 16 to 23 October. Read more

China Women’s Film Festival (CWFF) is being held for the 4th time in Beijing this weekend. The festival will run from the 17th until 25th of September and features screenings of both Chinese and international films which portray women's lives and the broad range of issues women face. At this year's festival Norwegian actress and director Linda Steinhoff will screen her debut documentary “Raped”. Read more

Photo: STB.

A virtual reality (VR) media-sharing event was held at Hao Space in Beijing on June 15 for representatives of Chinese travel media to promote Norway as a tourist destination. The event was jointly arranged by the VisitNorway and the Cultural Section of the Royal Norwegian Embassy. Read more

Beyond Frozen Point Film Festival returns back in June. Read more

The 2016 Beyond Frozen Point– Change as in Climate Change is ready to kick off this June. Read more

Last Tuesday (5 April), The Nordic Centre at Fudan University held an event where they showed the Norwegian film “Kon-Tiki” (2012) which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2013. Read more

The sun mirrors at Rjukan. 
Photo: Innovation Norway.

Rjukan is a small but remarkable town in the southern part of Norway. Despite having only 3000 inhabitants, the town has played an important part in Norwegian history. Read more

For those of you that missed out on the BEYOND FROZEN POINT Film Festival screenings at China Film Archive in December, there is now a second chance to explore the Hight North! Read more

Photo: Munch Museum/ Munch-Ellingsen Group/ BONO, Oslo 2014.

Let the Scream be Heard at China Art Museum, Shanghai Read more

Photo: SF Norge AS. 
Photo: http://p3.no/filmpolitiet/2014/12/the-imitation-game/.

Norwegian film is making its mark on the international film industry as of lately, with several prestigious nominations and, best of all, an Oscar-award! Read more

Sørfond Logo. 
Photo: Carsten Aniksdal.

SØRFOND – The Norwegian South Film Fund, supporting film productions from developing countries, will have its next deadline on February 27, 2015. The application form is now available on SØRFOND website. Read more

Tromsø International Film Festival. 
Photo: Ingun A. Mæhlum.

Tromsø International Film Festival (TIFF), the biggest film festival in Norway, will take place 12-18 January for the 25th time. Read more

The picture shows Henrichsen, director of Munch Museum in Oslo, during his visit to China Art Museum fall 2014.

The documentary “Let the scream be heard” gives a portrait of Edvard Munch: man and artist. The film will be screened every day between January 6 and 11 at China Art Museum. Read more

Photo: www.mask9.com.

The Nordic Documentary Film Festival (NORDOX) will celebrate its 9th anniversary this year. This time the festival will take place in Beijing and Shanghai successively in the month of November. Read more

All pictures are from Morten Rustad's film

Norwegian photographer Morten Rustad has made a breathtaking five-minute short film out of tens and thousands of images taken on a 15 000 km long trip in Norway. Read more

Photo: Kalle Fürst.

While Norwegian TV producer Kalle Fürst was making a documentary film about missionary Johan Tidemann Johansen and his childhood in Ankang, he came across 16-millimetre colour film recordings from 1947 China. Read more

Ballet Bloys

The Norwegian documentary Ballet Boys, which portrays three young and hopeful male ballet dancers, will be screened in Hong Kong on the 16th and 22nd of August. Read more

Photo: CG/Shanghai.

The classic 1927 silent movie Pan Si Dong (“The Cave of the Silken Web”) was screened for approximately 300 attendees at the Shanghai Film Museum during Shanghai International Film Festival on 20 June. Read more