See the nominees for the Nordic Council's film award
All films for the Nordic Council's film award are shown 01.-03.09 at Ringen kino.
Oslo Pix Film Festival has a particular focus on promoting Nordic film, and we are proud to be able to show the six nominated films for the Nordic Council's film award from Greenland, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden and Norway respectively. This is the very first time Greenland is participating in the prestigious competition.
The winner of the prize will be announced on Tuesday 31 October 2023, during the Session of the Nordic Council in Oslo. The prize is awarded to an artistically significant, Nordic- produced full-length feature film with cinema distribution. The film must have had its cinema premiere between 1 July 2022 and 30 June 2023. The DKK 300,000 prize will be shared equally among the screenwriter, director, and producer, underscoring how film as an art form is brought about by the close collaboration of these three main contributors.
The nominated films must have deep roots in Nordic culture, be of high artistic quality, distinguish themselves by their artistic originality, and combine and elevate the many elements of film into a compelling and holistic work of art.
The screenings during the Oslo Pix Film Festival are made in collaboration with Nordisk Film & TV Fond.
The Edge of the Shadows
Greenland 2022, Malik Kleist, 1h 50m
Norway, Germany, Malta 2022, Gunnar Vikene, 2h 30m
Finland 2022, Aleksi Salmenperä, 1h 42m
Iceland 2023, Hilmar Oddsson, 1h 52m
Denmark 2023, Frederikke Aspöck, 1h 33m
Sweden 2023, Milad Alami, 1h 59m