Council Film Prize

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Norwegian Films Of The 2000s - 2000s
... Comedy Entered into the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival Get Ready to be Boyzvoiced Espen Eckbo, Henrik Elvestad and Mathis Fürst Espen Eckbo, Henrik Elvestad, Linn Skåber ... of Odd Børretzen The Norwegian entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2001 ... Sven Nordin Nominated to Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film You Really Got Me Pål Sletaune 2002 All About my Father Even Benestad Documentary Winner of the "Best Film ...
Nordic Council Film Prize
... The Nordic Council Film Prize is an annual film prize administered by the Nordic Council ... The first award was handed out in 2002 to celebrate the Nordic Council's 50th anniversary ... Since 2005 the prize has been annual ...

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