The 15th Nordic Co-Production and Finance Market takes place Wednesday August 19. This year, the event will be both on site and online. At the event, films looking for a Nordic co-producer or co-financing, or to shoot in one of the Nordic countries, will be presented in 7-minute pitches for producers, investors, film funds, sales agents and others with a professional interest in co-productions. In addition, one to one meetings with interested industry delegates for each project are arranged after the pitches.  

The 16 selected projects were:

  • Cop Secret (Pegasus Pictures, Iceland)
  • Dogborn (Memento Film, Sweden)
  • Friday (Citizen Jane Productions, Finland)
  • Kalak (Manna Film, Denmark)
  • Loss (Spellbound Productions, Iceland)
  • Malecón (Beacon Isle Films, Norway)
  • Mister (Eaux Vives Productions, France/Germany/Luxembourg/Norway)
  • Norwegian Dream (Spætt Film, Norway/Poland)
  • Ravengirl (Filmbin, Norway)
  • Resistance (Mer Film, Norway)
  • Room for Travelers (GötaFilm, Sweden)
  • The Scars of Ali Boulala (Sisyfos Film Production, Sweden/Norway)
  • Snot and Splash (It’s Alive Films, Finland)
  • The Squirrel (Citizen Jane Productions, Finland)
  • Tiger Martindale’s Survival Experts (Baltic Pine Films, Latvia)
  • Tuesday Club (Anagram Sweden, Sweden)


Last year’s winner of the Best Project Award, as voted by the participants, was Let the River Flow directed by Ole Giæver and produced by Maria Ekerhovd, Mer Film.