The 15th Nordic Co-Production and Finance Market took place Wednesday August 19. The event was 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)


The winner of the Best Project Award 2020, decided by a jury of Wendy Mitchell, Silje Nikoline Glimsdal and Linde Fröhlich, was Dogborn directed by Isabella Carbonell and produced by Farima Karimi, David Herdies and Erik Andersson, Momento Film, Sweden.