Nordisk Panorama Market

Sat – Tue 17-20 Sept 2016 / Scandic Triangeln

Welcoming international film festivals, distributors and buyers from all over the world, Nordisk Panorama Market offers a comprehensive overview of the newest independently produced Nordic short and documentary films.

Below you can see the events, projects and films of NP Market 2017.

Opening Hours:

17 Sept 09:00-19:00

18 Sept 09:00-19:00

19 Sept 09:00-19:00

20 Sept 09:00-18:00

NPM Work-in-Progress

Giving nearly finished films the final push

Work-in-Progress presents 6 nearly finished documentary projects, almost ready to make it onto the world stage. The projects are presented to international and Nordic decision makers in a tailor made event, created to make sure that each project benefits the most from the presentation.

The Work-in-Progress presentations follow up on former Nordisk Panorama Forum pitches and pitches at fora around the world. All projects presented are looking for a last push to be finalized, a sales agent/distributor or festival premiere.

The Work-in-Progress projects are therefore not selected through an open call, projects will be invited to submit.


Selected Projects 2016


Photographer of War

Good Copmany Pictures (Dir. Boris Benjamin Bertram, Prod. Katrine A. Sahlstrøm), Denmark

Hobbyhorse Revolution

Tuffi Films Oy (Dir. Selma Vilhunen, Prod. Venla Hellstedt, Elli Toivoniemi), Finland

69 Minutes of 86 Days

Sant & Usant (Dir. Egil Håskjold Larsen, Prod. Tone Grøttjord-Glenne, Anita Rehoff Larsen), Norway

Big Time

Sonntag Pictures (Dir. Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Prod. Sara Stockmann), Denmark


Story AB (Dir. Sophie Vukovic, Prod. Tobias Janson), Sweden

Post-Punk Disorder

Mouka Filmi Oy (Dir. Jukka Kärkäinen, J-P Passi, Prod. Sami Jahnukainen), Finland

Closed Market Screenings 2016

Introducing brand new films to people who can get them out into the world.

Brand new Nordic shorts and documentaries, yet to premiere internationally, will be screened in programmed slots Saturday through Tuesday during Nordisk Panorama. Curated in cooperation with the Nordic film institutes. Access only for selected market guests.


Saturday 17 September

11:00 DOC
Inside a Volcano – the Rise of Icelandic Football, Sævar Guðmundsson (Iceland)

12:45 DOC
Shooting Ourselves, Christine Cynn (Norway)

14:45 DOC
Who We Were, Sine Skibsholt (Denmark)

16:30 DOC
Cause of Death: Unknown, Anniken Hoel (Norway)


Sunday 18 September

11:00 DOC
The Nature of My Heart, Jaakko Ruuska (Finland)

12:15 DOC
Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas, Joakim Demmer (Sweden)

14:00 SHORT 1
Cold Shivers, Marius Myrmel (Norway)
Meaningless Conversations in Beautiful Environments, Lisa Östberg (Sweden)
Retrett, Itonje Søimer Guttormsen (Norway)

15:45 DOC
Dream Empire, David Borenstein (Denmark)


Monday 19 September

11:00 SHORT 2
The Dijon Story, Mikko Myllylahti (Finland)
Baby, Lovisa Sirén (Sweden)
My Sweet Runner, Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel (Norway)
Mixteip – the Greatest Tape Ever Told, Teemu Åke (Finland)

12:15 SHORT 3
Anatomy, Patrik Eklund (Sweden)
Autobiography, Mari Mantela (Finland)
Intruders, Thea Hvistendahl (Norway)
Beta Male, Marja Pyykkö (Finland)

13:30 DOC
My Secret Forest, Niina Brandt (Finland)

15:00 DOC
Tutti a Casa – Power to the People?, Lise Birk Pedersen (Denmark)

16:45 DOC
Kayayo, Mari Bakke Riise (Norway)


Tuesday 20 September

11:00 SHORT 4
Generation Mars, Alexander Armas Kereklidis Turpin (Norway)
In the Dark Room, Anna Maria Helgadottir (Denmark)
Cold Storage, Thomas Freundlich (Finland)

12:15 DOC
After Inez, Karin Ekberg (Sweden)

14:00 DOC
Waiting for the Sun, Kaspar Astrup Schröder (Denmark)

15:45 DOC
Into the Forest I Go, Anu Kuivalainen (Finland)

Nordic Short Film Meet Up

The aim of the Nordic Short Film Meet Up is to make short filmmakers from the Nordic countries meet, exchange experiences and find partners for potential future collaborations and co-productions.

The initiative is created in close co-operation with the short film commissioners at the Nordic film institutes and public service broadcasters and takes place during Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden.

Selected Participants

1606 / Pelle Folmer & Kira Richards Hansen

Ape & Bjørn / Ruben Thorkildsen & Bobbie Peers

Askja Films / Harpa Fönn Sigurjónsdóttir

Kamikaze Film cph / Malthe Koch

Napa Films / Liisa Juntunen & Minna Långström

Norwegian Toolbox / Kristin Günther & Pjotr Sapegin

Pop! Media / Caroline Drab & Caroline Ingvarsson

[Sic] film / Siri Hjorton Wagner & Bahar Pars

Goldspoon / Hend Aroal & Jessica Laurén

Tack Films / John Lundsten & Melli Maikkula